Verbatim Interview: Zach Schnabel

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Luke Shkreli, Reporter

The Bethpage Football team unfortunately had a tough season, only winning two games and losing six. This season was their first one missing the playoffs in a few decades. Many questions remain, so The Eagle’s Cry find out what the real issues are. We interview BHS Football’s quarterback, Zach Schnabel.

 

The Eagle’s Cry: What went wrong in your 2019 football season?

 

ZS: Several things went wrong. There was a completely new offense: we switched from wishbone to spread. We couldn’t get a grasp over it until the end of the season. And that’s when we started to play well.

 

The Eagle’s Cry: What was the best part of the season?

 

ZS: Almost beating a very good Wantagh team was a highlight we had.

 

The Eagle’s Cry: Did the roster have enough quality to go the distance?

 

ZS: Yes we did.

 

The Eagle’s Cry: Were the plays good enough? 

 

ZS: Some of the plays, but some of them need work.

 

The Eagle’s Cry: Does the coaching staff need tinkering?

 

ZS:  No, but we all need to work together toward a better season next year.

 

The Eagle’s Cry: Which games should you have won?

 

ZS: Definitely the games against Wantagh, Mineola, and Roosevelt.

 

The Eagle’s Cry: Best case scenario, what should have your record been?

 

ZS: Our record should have been 5-3 Realistically. 

 

The Eagle’s Cry: What positions were the least effective?

 

ZS: Probably corners and sometimes middle linebackers, but not always.

 

The Eagle’s Cry: What positions were the most effective?

 

ZS: Running back and safety played well this season and worked efficiently. 

 

The Eagle’s Cry: Did the locker room ever get negative?

 

ZS: There were a few times when the squad got negative, but at the end of the day we stay brothers.