Soarin’ with the Blue Hawks: Ray, Gibson Co-Heading Offense

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The Blue Hawks haven’t lost since August. That’s something not many team do, another thing not that many teams do is split reps at quarterback.

It’s tough when there’s so much much talent on one roster. A freshman, and a senior. Hayden Gibson, a former Demon, has stepped up while senior Kaler Ray is passing off the reigns of the offense.

(Pete Stanton, Head Coach) “We’re going to go with the two quarterback system. You don’t always like to do that, but a couple things. They both have different stregths and Hayden has got a really great presence about him and he throws the ball well. He does a good job of commanding the offense, just does a good job of giving our offense a spark. Kaler on the other hand has been a four year starter for us; he’s been a leader for us. He’s a guy that can run the ball really well.”


(Hayden Gibson, Fresman QB) “Kaler has been 100% great. He’s really been helping me out, but I look at the team the same. It doesn’t affect the locker room in any way and we’re all just trying to get better out here.”

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