Mendon climbed to 3-0 this season after pounding Ohio’s Edgerton Friday night 41-6 at Schwartz Field. The blowout gave the Hornets a chance to test its rookie quarterback’s arm on a regular basis for the first time this season. Prior to the Week 3 contest, Mendon had attempted only seven passes.
Jordan Medich (6-foot, 185 pounds)
On his overall performance:
“Well, my line did a great job pass and run blocking for me and my backs. The receivers ran great routes. I just had to get them the ball. After the game I realized I need to work on my awareness and decision making while passing. But I believe as the season goes on, and with the coaches help, I will improve.”
On getting a chance to air it out:
“Yes, it was a good game to get that experience throwing the ball. The more we throw the more confidence I get in the passing game. I am feeling really good about our Week 4 game and hope to keep improving.”
On teammate Mitchell Coler’s (running back) season-ending knee injury:
“Yeah, it’s awful. It’s a big loss to this team. It happened to me in 7th grade, so I know his pain. He will be back next year even better.”