Ready for a rematch: Olathe looking forward to showing Florence what has changed

The ability of Keifer Wollert to throw the ball has given the Olathe Pirates a different look heading into their rematch with Florence on Saturday. The Huskies won the first matchup 35-14, but Olathe has made some changes and are a different team, coach Ryan Corn said.



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The ability of Keifer Wollert to throw the ball has given the Olathe Pirates a different look heading into their rematch with Florence on Saturday. The Huskies won the first matchup 35-14, but Olathe has made some changes and are a different team, coach Ryan Corn said.

Ryan Corn knows all about winning football programs. The seventh-year Olathe High School coach has not only turned the Pirates into one — Olathe is making its fifth consecutive…




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