I'm glad to see Frankston is off to a good start. I was a member of the '86 team that did so well only to lose to a very good Kerens team on an ice covered field in the third round. (I was also on the 88 team that didn't win a game, but that's a different story.) I know that the team we had then was not picked near the bottom of the district, and as wins kept piling up we recieved very little attention. It wasn't until we beat state ranked Winona in district that we were given any recognition. So my advice to the players is to enjoy the fact that other people think that you have played nothing but pushover teams. It will work to your advantage. The important thing is to keep continue to work hard and approach each game one at a time. It is good to be confident, but be careful and don't let that confidence become arrogance and hurt your preparation. Good luck to the Indians for the rest of the season and I look forward to getting back down to Frankston and watching this team for myself.