Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Laubach says Piranha have "a nice problem" with three capable QBs
The Central Penn Piranha managed to defeat the Albany Metro Mallers at home on Saturday despite losing their starting quarterback, Mark Jarmon, early in the game due to a thumb injury. Central Penn improved to 4-0 on the season and first place in their division following their 51-32 victory.
Now ranked second overall in the GDFL power rankings, the Piranha haven't missed a beat.
When Jarmon injured his thumb last weekend, the Piranha turned to second-year quarterback Jeff Campbell and later subbed in Bo Thompson after the contest had seemingly been decided. After the game, Piranha co-owner and head coach Tom Laubach said all three QBs are capable of leading the team.
"We have three tremendous quarterbacks, which is a good problem to have, but one that we’ll get worked out," Laubach said.
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Photos provided courtesy of Samuel Getty and Krystal Heath.