Wednesday October 7th, 2015 3:41PM

Football notebook: Gaudlock, Sosebee soaring for GHS; Little playing big for Trojans

By Morgan Lee Sports Editor
GAINESVILLE -- Judging by the results on the field so far it's hard to believe Gainesville football had legitimate concerns entering the 2013 season.

Yet Red Elephants coach Bruce Miller says he and his staff spent the summer worrying about at least two issues: wide receiver and defense.

Miller and his staff aren't losing much sleep these days, however, thanks in no small part to the play of two standouts.

Jay Gaudlock has developed into the team's leading receiver, while JD Sosebee is leading the team in tackles, the duo allying with teammates on each side of the ball to help Gainesville on a domineering start to the Region 8-AAAAA campaign
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