Greenfield football

 Dumping an offense that had existed since -- well since the Bruins program set foot on earth 17 years ago -- seemed like a risk.
 In the mind of head coach Ryan Bravo, what did he have to lose? Three wins in Greenfield's last 30 games warranted change.
 A lot of questions were answered Friday. Would the personnel work with an aerial attack? Could a new system be taught in a short time? Can you throw a football in a strong south county wind?
 Rodrigo Frias shook off a shaky first game with a brilliant second game, completing 12 consecutive passes at one point while tossing his first two touchdowns.
 Yet, it was his legs that won the game when the quarterback bolted through a seam and ran 94 yards for a touchdown in a come-from-behind win over Alisal.
 Oh yeah.
 Life is back in the Greenfield program.
 It's one thing to be excited about the change in systems. It's another to see it come to fruition for the Bruins.
 Bravo reminded his squad it's just one game.
 Make no mistake. It was important for moral. Success erases doubts. It creates energy and a belief that a new era of football is unfolding in a small south county town looking for positives.

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