Things Looking Up For Lakemen

Things Looking Up For Lakemen


Things Looking Up For Lakemen


DEPEW, N.Y.-If you think you had a tough season in 2013 put yourself in Bill Atlas’s shoes. His Wilson Lakemen didn’t win a game all season, finishing with an 0-9 record. Ouch. Atlas told Two On Your Side’s Stu Boyar at the Ad Pro Kensington Lions All Star game that “spirits are high, we only graduated about four or five seniors so we had about eight starters on each side of the ball that were younger so we’re a year older a year stronger and hopefully a year more ready.”

Atlas believes with eight startings coming back on each side of the ball “I believe we’re going to be strong on both sides.”

Hunter Howland will move from wide receiver to running back. Atlas said “we’re running a spread offense so we’re hoping to get him the ball often.”

Wilson’s big rival game against Newfane happens in week five.


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