Chris DeWitt has been enjoying his 10th season as head football coach with the Kellam Knights.&nbsp; They've gotten off to an impressive 3-0 start to the season and he's pretty happy about it.&nbsp;
"It's like playing golf", he says.&nbsp; "We've done enough things to play good and done enough to play bad, but know we've got to continue to come and practice everyday."&nbsp;
Traditionally the Knights have always been able to run the ball.&nbsp; DeWitt has a great 1-2 combo in the backfield of James Taylor and Sean Abrams.&nbsp;
Defensively they're steady, but what's impressed DeWitt the most, has been his team's ability to rise to the occasion when called upon.&nbsp;
"Our kids have hung together.&nbsp; When they face a little adversity, they've recovered.&nbsp; That's a great thing for us."&nbsp;
It's early, but don't be surprised DeWitt's Knights raid the party and cause problems for the upper echelon in the Beach District.