Posted On: 03/21/19 12:44 AM

A pair of late-season losses and an offensive switch in philosophy were two of the critical components to the Barnesville Trojans' run to the Prep Bowl in 2018. Another one of the keys to the season was the play and versatility of junior Hunter Zenzen. His nearly seamless move from one position to another not only helped the Trojans' run through the playoffs but also helped his college prospects.
"We had a couple of key players out early in the season, but we got things rolling after the first few games," Zenzen said. "We lost the last two (regular season) games by a total of two points. The losses motivated us, and we got to the Prep Bowl."
Running the ball on offense and the defensive line and linebackers were what Zenzen felt were the team's strengths.
"Our linebackers were unbelievable. We put a lot of film work in, and when we started to put things together on defense, we played well. On offense, later in the season, we went exclusively to a Power T. That offense fit us well."
Later in the season, Zenzen also went through a change and showed his leadership by taking

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