Sabdo not resting on 2013 accomplishments


Havelock quarterback Travis Sabdo prepares to throw in a passing league game against Pamlico. Sabdo, a rising senior, said he is not resting on his 2013 accomplishments.

Adam Thompson/Halifax Media Service
Published: Sunday, June 29, 2014 at 02:01 PM.

Havelock Rams quarterback Travis Sabdo accomplished a lot in his junior season.

Still, he’s not content.

The 6-foot-1 leader of the Rams’ offense guided Havelock to a state championship last December, was the Offensive Most Valuable Player of that game and threw 36 touchdown passes to just five interceptions.

Still, Sabdo feels he can improve.

“I can’t take anything for granted,” said Sabdo, a rising senior. “We know everybody is going to give us our best shot, and we know we have to play well every Friday night.

“We have to keep getting better, keep staying humble and go out and play how we know how to play.”

Sabdo, entering his second season as Havelock’s starting quarterback, has had a busy offseason in preparation for attempting to bring the Rams a fourth-consecutive state title.

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