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Burghers look ahead to 2010 after season that disappoints their coach

Despite Leonbruno's gloomy review of the season, the players had fun.

"The players enjoyed it, but they would have enjoyed it a lot more if we won as many games as we should have," the coach said. "It was a frustrating season."

Among the promising players for next year, Leonbruno said, are Sophomore Lucas Nelson as running back and utility receiver, Freshman Adam Langworthy as starting tackle anchoring the line, and Sophomore Seth Woods on both sides of the ball.

All the players, he said, will need conditioning.

"One of best things of the 2009 season was that the Seniors admitted they lost out by not getting in weight room as much as they could this year," he said. "Hopefully by letting our underclassmen know this fact will inspire then to get in the weight room and work out."

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