TribLIVE

| Sports


 
Larger text Larger text Smaller text Smaller text | Order Photo Reprints

Daily Courier Q&A: Connellsville's Logan Miller

TribLIVE Sports Videos

Jason Black | Daily Courier
Connellsville's Logan Miller, a senior left guard, is in his second season on the varsity squad.
Top high school sports
Thursday, Oct. 17, 2013, 12:01 a.m.
 

Connellsville's Logan Miller is a senior left guard for the Falcons. Miller is in his second season on the varsity team.

Q: What has been the reason for Connellsville's struggles this season?

A: Definitely the turnovers have been the hardest thing, but I think that we have limited those in the last few weeks.

Q: Despite the struggles, what have you enjoyed the most about this season?

A: We are definitely coming together as a team. Compared to last year, we are a lot closer.

Q: Why is it important for you to finish this season on a strong note?

A: People remember what you do toward the end of the year rather than at the beginning. If we can finish strong, that would be better for us.

Q: Are you confident the team will finish strong?

A: I think we will because we are close and we've worked hard in practice to make our coach proud.

Q: How long have you been playing football?

A: Eleven years. I started with the ICV Mountaineers (in the Connellsville Booster League).

Q: What do you enjoy doing when you're not on the football field?

A: I like hunting and hanging out with my friends.

Q: Do you have any pregame superstitions?

A: I always wear the same undershirt. It's got a huge tear in it, but last year, I got my first start against Hempfield, and I was wearing that shirt. I've worn it since then.

Q: What's your favorite food?

A: Pizza

Q: What music do you like to listen to?

A: Garth Brooks

Q: If you could meet anybody, who would it be and why?

A: Garth Brooks because I love his music

Q: Do you have a favorite pro or college sports team?

A: Penn State

 

 
 


Show commenting policy

Most-Read Football

  1. Gorman: McKeesport’s Hudson has name brand
  2. HSFB preview by position: WPIAL is stacked at last line of defense
  3. Highlands WR serves as speedy complement to his RB brother
  4. Perry looking to return success to Keystone Oaks football
  5. Brentwood looks for skill players to push squad to postseason run
  6. South Allegheny hoping to reverse course, start winning
  7. Gateway football preparing for a season of change
  8. Baldwin’s outlook bolstered by 16 returning starters
  9. Karns City RB sets sights on playing full season
  10. HSFB preview by position: Transition to defensive line no easy task
  11. Freeport’s Hochbein twins bring experience on both sides of ball
Subscribe today! Click here for our subscription offers.