After an 0-2 star, Twin Cedars has won two of its last two football games due in large part to increased depth over the last couple of weeks. Coach Aaron Allspach says with more kids coming back from injuries, the starters can have a break during games that otherwise would have had to play nearly every down. Allspach says that was one key in the win over Harmony this past Friday. One example of that depth is the running game. While Jared Stephens still is far and away the team leader on the ground, the emergence of Dan Williams in the last couple of games with 237 yards and four touchdowns this season has given Stephens some time to rest during games. The Sabers host Seymour this Friday.