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Warriors heading into bye week on two game losing streak

WHS football suffered their second consecutive loss on Friday, losing 52-14 against the Calabasas Coyotes.

After starting off the year with five straight wins, the Warriors have struggled without starting quarterback Jake Kaplinski, who is out with a concussion. However, head coach Tim Kirksey said that his team’s injuries aren’t excuses for the losing skid.

“Every team deals with adversity,” said Kirksey. “We had our own set of adversities with some injuries. We had a good gameplan going in, but we didn’t execute on offense which put us behind.”

The Warriors opened up the scoring in the first quarter, as Kamren Fabiculanan returned a fumble for a touchdown on the Coyotes’ first drive. However, WHS didn’t get a first down on offense until 2 minutes were left in the first half.

“He’s just an unbelievable football player,” said Kirksey regarding Fabiculanan. “We could put him in just about any position on the field, and he would be the dude.”

The bye week is crucial for the Warriors, as they have two weeks to rest, heal and prepare for their next game against St. Bonaventure.

“We have to heal up,” said Kirksey. “We have to take care of our bodies, get really healthy, get a few guys back and go back to work.”

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