Guts, instinct define play of Stamford’s Bevel

He doesn’t always do things as scripted, but one thing is for certain: Stamford senior quarterback Peyton Bevel will have a major impact on the direction of a game as long as he’s on the field.

Thus far, that impact has been overwhelmingly positive, as evidenced by his helping the Bulldogs to a 10-3 mark last year and a trip to the Region I-2A Division I semifinals. Along the way, he produced more than 2,200 yards in total offense, accounted for 26 touchdowns as a replacement for the injured Noah Horn and helped Stamford to come-from-behind wins over Anson, Hawley and Sundown.

A significant portion of that came through improvisation, though at times, it was difficult for his coaching staff to watch.

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