It’ll continue to be a theme for the Blanchester High School football team, at least for this week when BHS travels to Williamsburg.
“Williamsburg is another team that will have a size advantage on us,” Blanchester coach Jon Mulvihill said.
But the Blanchester offensive line, outsized for sure, held up well in last week’s 19-7 triumph over Clermont Northeastern.
“All things considered they have done well,” Mulvihill said. “I’m proud of their effort and willingness to help the team.”
Christian Stubbs, a senior, has been the one constant member of the line.
After that, it’s been a mix and match lineup.
“Nate Coyle, sophomore, has played three different positions,” Mulvihill said. “Cody Kidd, freshman, and Chasen Allison, freshman, have played two different positions. Zane Panetta, sophomore, is now playing guard for us. Losses on the O-line Jackson Bray, sophomore, Kaleb Goodin,…