Crete-Monee even better than expected
CHAMPAIGN – For 14 weeks, Brad Seaburg threw an array of schemes at his Cary-Grove scout team offense, asking a group of reserves to replicate what the Trojans’ starting defense would have to stop that week.
The final week of practice, simulating Crete-Monee's spread offense, proved to be the biggest challenge of the season.
Going in, Seaburg knew Crete-Monee would present offensive obstacles C-G hadn’t seen before Saturday’s Class 6A state championship. He was also well aware the Warriors would operate the offense at a speed the Trojans weren't used to. But in Saturday’s 33-26 victory at Memorial Stadium, Crete-Monee's playmakers – starting with Laquon Treadwell – were too much.
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