With the Vikings’ record at 5-5 at the halfway point of the season, the team has improved dramatically after last season’s 5-15 showing. But Dullea says his teammates are not happy to rest on their laurels, they have a long way to go in the next month.
“I am never satisfied with any season until it is over,” said Dullea, who has an interest in a career in law enforcement. “You can be happy with the win, but once it is done, you have to move on and get ready for the next one. You can’t just be happy with where you are at, you’ve always got to push yourself. That is how you improve.”
And if the Vikes stay on the path they are on now, they should be able to qualify for the state tournament.
“I’m excited,” said Dullea of his possible first tournament appearance. “If we do scratch that, when we make it, there will be no better feeling. Because I know I have the confidence in my team.”