2. What happened in the game that won it for you? "Defense. The defense played lights out. The offense has been averaging 30-something all year and scored at will, but the defense Friday had that we're-not-losing mentality. The game ball goes to the entire defense. They stuck their head in it and grinded it out. Jefferson County was 8-6 [ahead] in the fourth quarter. We got a turnover and drove the ball to the 1. We had a fourth down and gave it to Quintavious Lockett, and he made one of those NFL-longest-yard runs. He bounced off them. They hit him again, and he used his God-given ability and got across the line. They got the ball, and the defense came through and got a turnover. We got a first down, and the rest is history. We're celebrating now."
3. What should people know about your team? What would you tell a fan coming to watch? "Of course, offensively, you're going to come watch Quintavious Lockett. He's 6-1, 235-240 pounds with over 1,800 yards rushing and 32 touchdowns. He's the part of the engine that makes our offense move. Carlos Allen is the senior leader off the offensive line at left tackle. We've got two good running quarterbacks [Quandarius Sterling and DeAndre Watson]. Defensively, it's a collection of people. Isaiah Washington along with Carlos Allen, Keyon Coley, Rodney Davie, Kevon Godard. Those are seasoned kids. They are seniors. They're the ones saying, 'We've got to make an impact this year.' They're the ones pulling those young kids in. We're not the most 5-star, 4-star team. We've just got kids that want to put the work in and get something out of it."