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After missing playoffs the past 2 years, Sehome looking for an energy boost in 2016

Sehome football prepares for 2016

Sehome football coach Bob Norvell and senior receiver/cornerback Marcus Montag discuss what to expect from the Mariners in 2016.
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Sehome football coach Bob Norvell and senior receiver/cornerback Marcus Montag discuss what to expect from the Mariners in 2016.

After advancing to the 2A state playoffs in 2013, the Mariners suffered their second straight losing season, going 2-8 and finishing out of the postseason race last year.

This year, coach Bob Norvell expects to have more than 70 players, but his roster is going to be rather young.

“We’re going to have to go back on some stuff,” Norvell said. “For us, camp is really going to be about working on execution and technique. That’s where we’re going to start – kind of going back to basics and making sure everybody understands the fundamentals of the game.”

Sehome opens its season Sept. 2 with a 5 p.m. game against Mountlake Terrace at Edmonds Stadium.

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