Don’t get him wrong, Phil Ralston is not complaining. Far from it.
“We’re still trying to find our footing,” the Geneva coach said. “Obviously, we’re happy to be sitting at 7-1, but we can see that we can be better. Being 8-0 wouldn’t be out of the question.”
True, especially with University of Buffalo recruit Nate Navigato playing better than ever.
Ralston’s Vikings have to be one of the co-favorites — along with Neuqua Valley (8-1) — when the 49th annual East Aurora Holiday Tournament opens Friday.