Westbrook coach Tony Osborne tells us he is pleased how the spring drills went with his team. But they have some work to do. The coach lost his Quarterback to graduation and is looking for a good play maker to replace him. He mentioned that Jake Kilgo seems to have a slight edge over three others to step into the lead role for the team. Among the others who are vying for the position is a talented 9th grader, who may see some action this season. The coach also lost 4 year starter Ethan Lake on offense. A couple of his favorite receivers were also lost to the graduating class, but the team was deep in that area and there are no worries there. With six defense starters back, the coach hopes to rely on experience and good speed to prop up the offense. The coach is not exactly thrilled to be opening against a Glencoe team that he expects to be a large challenge. But the Yellow Jackets are not in the region, so the outcome won't affect his playoff chances. Osborne says the team is focused and anxious to get the season started. So, why wait, kick the football already.