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2019 Team Previews: Boyertown Bears (1)

Written by: on Tuesday, August 6th, 2019. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Head Coach: T.J. Miller

Assistant Coaches: Joe Terra, Matt Koshinski, Jason Henley, Brett Chambers, Keith Miller, Tony Panarello, Justin Konnick

Team Name: Boyertown Bears

2018 Record: 1-9

Twitter: @bashfootballc

Hudl Highlights:

Key Starters Lost: Dylan Robertson, Ayden Mathias, Brady McFalls, Carson Flint, Blaise Caroselli

Offensive Starters Returning: (7)

Noah Segal, Qb, 5-11, 175, JR
Connor Rohrbach, WR – 5-11, 160 JR
Jaime Moccia – A Back, 6-0, 195 SR
Jeremy Hetrick – G, 5-11, 270 SR
Anthony Bauer – C, 5-11, 220 JR
Joey Dulin, A-Back, 5-10. 180, JR
Zach Davis, B-Back, 5-11, 200 JR

Defensive Starters Returning: (5)

Zach Davis, LB, 5-11, 200, JR
Jon Meyers, OLB, 5-10, 170, JR
Connor Rohrbach, CB, 5-11, 160,JR
Jake Eddinger, DE, 6-4, 240, SR
Aaron Tidd, S, 5-9, 170, Sr

Special Team Starters Returning: (1)

Declan Coyle, K, 5-10, 190, SR

Key Newcomers: (6)

Joe Slowik, T 6-4, 260, Jr
Mason Marinello, ATH, 5-10, 170, SR
Brewer Johnson, LB – 6-0, 180, SR
Tyler McGough, G, 5-10, 230 SR
Rob Wood, T, 6-2, 250, SR
Jimmy Sinclair, TE/LB, 6-0, 195, JR

Key Stats: Jaime Moccia returns after averaging 7 yards per carry last year. He will be moved from B-Back to A-Back to expand our offense. We were very young and inexperienced last year and many sophomores saw the field on Friday nights. Those sophomores are now juniors. We will still be young but will now have some experience. We look to improve upon all facets of the game.

2019 Offensive Outlook: The number key to our success on offense is eliminating turnovers. We look forward to an experienced line to create holes for our backs behind them. We expanded our passing game to compliment our option attack. We have a lot to improve upon in the 2019 campaign.

2019 Defensive Outlook: Defensively we need to be more disciplined. We need to stay within our scheme. Our D-line has to control the line of scrimmage. We spent much of the off-season working with our defensive backs to put them in a better situation to succeed.

2019 Special Teams Outlook: We look forward to returning Declan Coyle. He can flip the field on punts and gives us decent range for field goals.

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