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SHUT OUT

Baker Geist
gtsports@greeleytribune.com

latest Power Rankings by the Denver Post. Headed to the playoffs, the defending 4A state champions have areas in which to improve. The biggest hinderance for Windsor at times is penalties. Windsor recorded 12 penalties which took away some big plays by the offense and in the playoffs could prove even more costly.

"Guys just have to be smarter. … There's lots of offensive holding plays on the edge and (the offensive line) has to know that when they lose the battle, they have to let go," Brower said. "We just have to be smarter and we'll work those details this week."

While seeing the need to cut down on penalties, Brower is proud of his team and the 23 seniors headed to the playoffs. While there is certainly more pressure when playing high school football in November, Brower believes Windsor's experience from a year ago will aid the Wizards this year.

"They have experience," Brower said. "Those four games last year will pay dividends because we know what it takes. … We have to be on top of our game and pay attention to details so little things like penalties don't hold us back."

“Senior defensive lineman Storm Fox recorded two sacks in the third quarter to put an exclamation point on a decisive victory for the Wizards.”