“Jayton runs a tight formation but they throw the ball half the time,” Lee said. “They do a good job of a 50-50 balance on offense between the pass and run.
“They have a good quarterback who makes good decisions. From what we have seen on film he rarely forces the ball.”
The Greyhounds, however, especially this early in postseason play, are more concerned with how they are playing and what they need to do offensively and defensively to win the game.
The ‘Hounds proved they are capable of also earning points on special teams as placekicker Jacob Trujillo connected on eight PAT kicks to for an additional 16 points on the Strawn side of the scoreboard.
“I like where we are at right now,” Lee said. “We feel we are peeking upward at the right time, and we are fairly healthy.
“The key for us (today) is to control the ball and keep it away from Jayton’s offense. And, of course,we have to take care of the football.
“Turnovers can be the difference in the game.”