"Touchdown, Bombers!" It's a refrain the denizens of Frederick have heard many times over the last few years and at the center of it all stands senior quarterback Trevor Flores. This season the talented signal-caller has led his team to a 9-0 record and Frederick's first district title since 1999.
"Trevor is a great kid and he carries himself well on and off the field," Frederick head coach Hugh Farmer said. "He's not a me-first guy at all. He leads by example and the guys follow him."
Flores has thrown for 2,913 yards and 35 touchdowns this season as Frederick has averaged a staggering 63 points per game. The quarterback is quick to praise his teammates for his success because when you have players like Marcus Ibarra, Trey Booker, Grant Hoover, Jessie Webb and Blake Cotton at your disposal, it makes life a little easier.
"My job is easy, I don't do much other than get the ball to our playmakers," Flores said. "Our system is pretty easy and the coaches are great. We expect to learn something from them every day. We want to learn and work hard to get better."
Hoover in particular has been a favorite of Flores' through the air. The senior has caught 14 of Flores' touchdown passes and is averaging 105 yards per game. Flores has also rushed for 11 touchdowns and nearly 400 yards.