2015 football preview: Sweet Springs looks to year two under Conley


The Sweet Springs defensive line waits for a play during a 2014 game at Windsor.


Trevor Phillips carries the ball in a game at Windsor in 2014.


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The Sweet Springs defensive line waits for a play during a 2014 game at Windsor.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DSC_5839.jpgThe Sweet Springs defensive line waits for a play during a 2014 game at Windsor.

Trevor Phillips carries the ball in a game at Windsor in 2014.
http://sedaliademocrat.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/web1_DSC_5739.jpgTrevor Phillips carries the ball in a game at Windsor in 2014.

Head Coach: Kris Conley, second year

Last Season: 2-8

Top Players Returning: Austin Knipemeyer, Justin Mitchell

Top Players Lost: Austin Boland, Trevor Phillips, Andrew Krause

Offense: The Greyhounds offense had its ups and downs in 2014, scoring eight points in the first three games before going off for 63 Week 4 against Wentworth Military Academy and 40 the following week in a shutout win over Orrick.

This fall, they will have to get the offense going without Trevor Phillips, lost to graduation and now suiting up for Missouri Valley.

Defense: They Greyhounds earned shutouts in the two wins last season but in the other eight games allowed an average of 41 points.

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