I'm basing this just on observations during the Loudon/CAK game as that's the only time I've seen the Redskins this year. First of all, NICE upgrades to the stadium--the new concession stand/fieldhouse/bathrooms are nice--field looked good too.
Now, as to the team, Loudon has some very good players in my opinion, just not enough right now to be competitive against most of the other teams in the district. The QB has a good arm and is accurate on roll-out passes, which is rare in high school. Some good skill players. The big deficit from what I saw against CAK was on the line.
Loudon simply did not have anybody who could come close to blocking CAK's big DT or linebackers.
On defense, even though CAK's OL didn't have a very good game, Loudon still struggled to mount any meaningful pass rush or stop the run whenever CAK put in its bigger back to pound out some needed first down yardage. I assumed the line is young but didn't look at the roster to check their grade levels.
Unlike some other teams I have seen over the years that were really struggling, I did NOT get the impression that Loudon is poorly coached. I've seen struggling teams that didn't seem to know how to line up on either side of the ball. That was NOT my impression of Loudon's team. They play like they're being coached well and know what they need to do, but just don't have the size or experience yet to execute as well as they need to. I think it's probably just a transition period where there isn't a lot of size and depth and that is a tough combination. Good luck the rest of the way and hang in there.