Posted On: 03/15/20 3:02 AM

Two years ago, Wayzata cornerback Sam Robertson Sam Robertson DB Wayzata | 2020 State MN was not happy with his – or the team’s season. The team finished the regular season 4-4, and Robertson knew he had to step up his game. Both the corner and the team stepped up in a big way in 2019. The Trojans were perfect, and Robertson and the defense dominated.
"We played really good," Robertson said about 2019. "We knew we were going to be a good team ever since we were freshmen. We didn’t like our season last year, so we had to change how we work and change how to look at things. I think Coach (Lambert) Brown did a good job of that. We took every opponent one at a time."
None of those opponents could handle the Trojans all season.
"On offense, our strength was the running game and our offensive line," Robertson said. "We were going to make you put everyone in the box and see if they could stop us. If they tried to stop it, no one could guard Jacob Wildermuth one-on-one, so we would throw it. On defense, we put a lot of trust on the secondary to put

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