While Robinson's injury was perhaps one of the most minor, his cramps persisted during Monday's practice.
"I would say he's day-to-day," Sawyer said. "I look for him to play Friday, I hope."
As the team's experienced players continue to be plagued by injuries, Sawyer said he looks for leadership from his remaining youthful squad.
"All the kids going down are the older kids," he said. "We have a young team, so every time that happens, you're giving up your leadership and it does give the younger kids more chances, because you're going to have to put them into the rotation.
"You lose some leadership, but they get more experience, because they have to play out of necessity."
With Hensley missing in the foreseeable future, sophomore Ty Smith will start and freshman Connor Fields will serve as the backup. At Parkersburg Catholic, Smith completed 5 of 16 passes for 38 yards and one interception. Though there's a drop in experience, Sawyer said he expects the offense to operate its same sets.
Even with so many setbacks, Sawyer said he's not making excuses. After all, 2013 graduate Levi Jordan took over as the school's quarterback early in his freshman year due to an injury to the expected starter. He graduated as the school's all-time leading passer.
"They just have to go play and do what they do," he said. "We don't really stress out. They just need to play harder and work harder. The only thing we're worried about right now is getting better.
"We're young and inexperienced and just trying to get better. The injuries happen. It just means somebody else has to step up when somebody goes down. That's about as far as we go with it on the injury part."