Looking To Rebound

<p>After being ranked as one of the top class 5-A teams in the state in preseason, the Farmers have dropped three straight and are looking for some answers as they prepare for Coppell this Friday.</p>

We've had quite a few distractions, Lewisville tight end/defensive end Tremayne Standberry told HR on Wednesday night. "But we're going to get it back together this week."

The main distraction Standberry is referring to is Farmer offensive coordinator Alan Perrin suffering an apparent heart attack at halftime of Lewisville's game with Midland Lee on Friday.

"We've been told that coach Perrin is going to be OK and we're all thankful for that," Standberry said. "And Tony (Cade) suffered a second degree shoulder separation and missed with game with Lee. But he should be back this week."

Standberry was asked if he's had any action come his way at tight end in the first games.

"You know I haven't caught a single pass yet," he said. "But I'd love to get the ball in my hands on offense. At defensive end, I do have one interception and six sacks."

What about his recruiting activities? Any changes there?

"I'm getting real close to scheduling a visit to Nebraska," he continued. "I just haven't set the date up yet. "I'm also looking to schedule LSU and Texas A&M."

After the difficult three weeks that Lewisville's gone through, the only real thing Standberry and his teammates are looking for is a win.


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