“The best thing about being linebacker is that I’m in the middle of the action and I get a lot of chances to lay someone out”, said Mestre.
The junior has desire for the game and just loves to be out there playing. He is a big component in the Logan defense and is vital to them in stopping the run. Mestre comes up and meets the running backs at or behind the line of scrimmage.
The linebacker is focused and very grateful to his coaches for the way he and his team have been playing as of late. “I think the coaches are doing a good job because this team has gone a long way since we started and a lot of that is thanks to the coaches. As a team we’re just going to take it one game at a time”.
Mestre and the Logan defense have indeed been taking each game one at a time and thus far it has worked very well as the Colts are off to a very impressive 5‑0 start.
They put that perfect record to the test tonight against the Washington Huskies, the Colts toughest Mission Valley Athletic League opponent thus far this season. The Huskies thrashed hapless Mission by the same 65-0 score as the Colts inflicted last week. The game is at TAK field. The Junior Varsity game starts at 4:30 and the Varsity kicks off at 7 p.m.