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2021 Team Preview: Manheim Central Barons

Written by: on Wednesday, August 4th, 2021. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

 

Head Coach: Dave Hahn (27 years, 7th as HC 60 – 15)

Assistant Coaches: Tom Waranavage (28) Defensive Coordinator, Mike Williams (53) Special Teams, Frank Barton (36) Tight Ends, Caleb Walton (5) QB’s, Kevin Krause (13) OL/DL, Troy Smith (19) ILB’s, Nick Cascarino (2) Corners, Blake Kreider (6) Assistant OL/DL, John Phillips (12) Kickers

Team Name: Manheim Central Barons

2020 Record: 3-5

District: 3

Class: AAAAA

League: Lancaster-Lebanon League, Section 2

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Offensive Scheme: Multiple Spread

Defensive Scheme: 4-2-5

NUMBER OF STARTING PLAYERS LOST TO GRADUATION FROM LAST SEASON: Offense– 3 / Defense- 4

Key Starters lost: Owen Pappas, Nate Reed, Logan Shull, Jeremy Knight, Josh Moore, Wes Borden, Devynne Neville, Kade Kegarise

NUMBER OF STARTING PLAYERS RETURNING FROM LAST SEASON: Offense – 9 / Defense – 7

Offensive Starters Returning:

#8         Sr.         WR                   Owen Sensenig, 5-9, 175  *ALL-STATE*

#3         Sr.         QB                    Judd Novak, 6-0, 165   *EPA ALL-STATE*

#14       Jr.         WR                   Brady Harbach, 5-10, 185

#6         Jr.         HB                   Rocco Daugherty, 5-10, 180

#35       Jr.         TB                    Jaden Weit, 6-0, 195

#72       Jr.         OL                    Wyatt Kupres, 6-1, 225

#68       Jr.         OL                    Cole Groff, 5-11, 260

#74       Sr.         OL                    Ryland Fittery, 5-11, 240

#50       Sr.         OL                    Jeff Hauser, 6-3, 325

 

Defensive Starters Returning: (number) Example:

#70       Sr.        DT                    Tyler Fahnestock, 6-0, 200

#85       Sr.        DE                    Logan Saunders, 6-0, 190

#6         Jr.         HB                   Rocco Daugherty, 5-10, 180

#26       Jr.         LB                    Justin Heffernan, 5’10”, 170

#8         Sr.        C                      Owen Sensenig, 5’9”, 175

#24       Sr.        SS                    Mason Weaver, 5’10”, 175

#35       So.        FS                    Landon McGallicher, 5-10, 165

 

Top Returners/Key Newcomers:

#44       Sr.        DL                    Landon Watson, 6-2, 205

#13       Sr.        TB-WR/C          Larry Marley, 5-10, 175

#2         Sr.        WR                   Luke Lastinger, 5-9, 160

#86       Jr.         TE/OLB            Kahlen Watt, 5’10”, 180

#57       Jr.         LB                    Nick Haas, 6-1, 190

#40       Sr.        TE/DE               Logan Hostetter, 6-1, 180

#10       So.        RB/LB              Brycen Armold, 5’9”, 170

#4         So.        QB                   Zac Hahn, 5’11”, 185

#22       So.        WR/C               Aaron Enterline, 6-2, 160

#17       So.        WR/SS              Bode Sipel, 5-9, 160

 

D1 (FBS & FCS) Prospects: Owen Sensenig

D2 & 3 Prospects: Landon Watson, Logan Saunders, Judd Novak, Tyler Fahnestock, Mason Weaver, Ryland Fittery

Key Stats from 2020: 

Judd Novak completed 97 of 179 passes for 1,580 yards and 21 touchdowns. He rushed for 3 touchdowns.

Owen Sensenig caught 31 passes for 676 yards and 11 touchdowns. He had 46 total tackles and 3 interceptions.

Brady Harbach caught 16 passes for 179 yards and one touchdown

Rocco Daugherty had 46 total tackles.

Jaden Weit rushed for 281 yards and two touchdowns.

Tyler Fahnestock had 63 total tackles and 3 sacks.

Logan Saunders had 25 total tackles and 2.5 sacks.

Justin Heffernan had 29 total tackles.

Mason Weaver had 41 total tackles.

Landon McGallicher had 51 total tackles.

2021 Outlook:

Offense: We have eight returners starters with plenty of game experience to come out of the gate strong this year.  We also have a number of young skill talent to provide competition and depth.  We need to find an every-down TE and an OT to settle in on.

Defense: We have seven returning starters, a couple of which are key signal-callers.  This should help with making in-game adjustments and setting a tone for our defense early in the season.

Special Team: Our kicking game should be a huge factor for us this coming season.  We have 2 kids with unbelievable range for field goals and have the ability to put the ball in the endzone on kick-offs.  We must make take an advantage of this during the season.

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