Nashua-Plainfield’s ready to get back on the football field
On further review, Chase Sudol didn’t mind his Nashua-Plainfield football team’s “bye week” as much as he thought he would.
“In a lot of ways, it was good for us,” he said of not playing last week because North Butler forfeited to the Huskies because it didn’t have enough healthy players. “We didn’t have any major injuries, but we healed up the little bumps and bruises and are ready to go. Honestly, I kind of liked it.”
Nashua-Plainfield improved to 3-2 overall and 2-1 in Class A, District 3 play thanks to what goes into the books as a 17-0 victory.
And while the Huskies enjoyed some fun last week, this week they’ve been all business as they prepare for Friday night’s game at West Fork.
More on the story may be founs in the Sept. 27 Reporter.