La Crosse, Wis. (WXOW) Logan is used to contending for the playoffs year-in and year-out.
They’ve qualified for the postseason 14 of the last 15 years.
With that said, the Rangers are changing things up a bit under longtime head coach Casey Knoble.
The team lost 22 seniors from last year.
So with a lot of new faces, this seemed to be a good year to throw in some new wrinkles, particularly on offense.
“We’ve changed quite a bit of our team here. We did some things in our off season. We’ve changed the way we run our offense. We’re just trying to be more efficient in everything we do. We’re just trying to get guys in the right spots so that they can be the best players they can be.” Knoble said.
“Feeling pretty confident. These first couple weeks of practice, getting a feel of it with the guys, getting into the flow of the offense and getting familiar with everything. We want to be comfortable by the time the first game starts,” said quarterback Julian Erickson.
Logan was 4-6 overall last season.
They will open this season at home against Eau Claire Memorial.