PLEASANT VIEW -- What do the Warriors do after their most successful season in five years? From all indications, they will improve on it, and they have the horses to do it. "They're not young anymore," said sixth-year head coach Rich Murray. "They're all seniors now, and we're expecting big things from these guys." And who exactly are "they?" Eighteen experienced seniors (nine on each side of the ball) that helped lead Weber to a three-win season, its best since the 2003 season when it won four games. Among their three wins, the Warriors defeated Davis 9-7 on Sept. 26, and Viewmont, 20-17 on Oct. 10. That alone shows that Weber is capable of competing against anyone in arguably the toughest region in the state that now boasts nine schools. Murray is cautiously optimistic about the outcome of this year's slate. "I think we will be as competitive as we've been since I've been here. It's every team's goal to go out and win the region title, but it is such a tough region. I think we're sitting pretty solid, including our depth, and I like where we're sitting to compete throughout the year." So, who will the Warriors look to for leadership? No one in particular according to Murray. It's hard to find a weakness with this year's squad. Offensively Weber has a skilled line that will pro vide the protection it will need to put points on the board, and defensively, its quickness and speed will cause opponents fits. "We're going to run a spread offense this year," Murray said. "The running and passing games are a real strength for us. I think we have the skill and talent to be a balanced team, and that's a plus." The Warriors will rely heavily on senior quarterback Dallin Adams, who has a solid corp of receivers to throw to including Bo Thomas and Jake Oberg. When Adams isn't busy going to the air, running backs Cody Van Buren and David Daines will get a bulk of the carries. Branson Tingey. Ben Layne and Mitch Child will anchor an offensive line that should be among the best in the region. Defensively, it's hard to find any weaknesses in the Weber armor. The Warriors will line up in a 3-3-5 defensive to take advantage of their overall team speed led by linebackers, Mason Moore and Shawn Shaw. Spencer Wuthrich has been a pleasant surprise from his nose tackle position, and Spencer Buswell and Connor White will lead a solid group in the secondary. Another cause for optimism is the attitude of the players. "I think we are in better shape coming into this year. They have been working hard in the off season. These kids have put the time and effort in on their own to be a better team. They know what they are capable of and it's been watching them come along," Murray said. Murray is not one to make bold predictions, but those close to the Weber program have reason to feel good about the outcome of the season which could include a post-season appearance for the first time in recent memory. The Warriors will get a good idea on what to expect when they play host to Box Elder Friday night at 7 p.m.