Windsor off to fast gridiron start

Windsor looks plenty good, opening the prep football season with three wins – including two shutouts on the road.

With a balanced offense and stingy defense, the Jaguars are strong on both sides of the football.

First-year varsity players Jerad Leon, at running back, and quarterback Christian McAlvain lead an offense that averages 320 yards per game – 195 rushing and 125 passing.

Backs Darrian Roman and Dalton Mathia, who didn’t play a year ago, also give Windsor multiple options to move the ball. Kyle Smith tops the receivers in catches.

Anchoring the defense is senior Kevin Brown, averaging more than 12 tackles a game at linebacker. Brady Stibi, a varsity newcomer at linebacker, is another standout with 11 tackles per contest and a pair of interceptions.
Windsor entertains Maria Carrillo at 7:30 p.m. Friday.