Class A Football: Knopik embracing dual-threat role for Dickinson Trinity

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After beating Beulah for the second-straight season, Dickinson Trinity football locked up a second place finish in Region 4.

The Titans’ veteran backfield of Kaden Kuntz and quarterback Aric Knopik have the athleticism to give any defense headaches in the postseason. Head Coach John Odermann says Knopik has lately been able to display more of his dual-threat ability.

“Last year he became a really great dual-threat quarterback, and I think we’re seeing that emerge again,” Odermann said.

Knopik credits his offensive line for his success on the ground.

“Basically just good blocking,” Knopik said. “Some plays it’s been a bad snap so I have to make it up myself, but otherwise it’s just good blocking and track. Track helps a lot.”

The Titans are off this Friday and will await the release of the Class A playoff bracket.

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