"He's been so good at what he's done for so long that I've just come to expect him to make those throws," coach Ryan Schwiesow said. "There are days that we stand back as a coaching staff and we are grateful that dude is on our football team."
Yes, it’s a small sample size and having an athlete of Hunter Dekkers’ caliber can make any team look good. But judging by the outcome, a 63-35 victory for the high-flying Falcons, there are no kinks in the offensive armor.
Lynott's big game was part of a monster performance for the Falcons, the two-time defending champions who are ranked No. 1 in Class 1A; West Sioux had 564 yards of total offense. "It takes the whole team to get that record," coach Ryan Schwiesow said.