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2022 Team Preview: Mid Valley Spartans (2)

Written by: on Wednesday, August 3rd, 2022. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

Head Coach: Stan Yanoski

Assistant Coaches:
Frank Rapoch
George Pachucy III
Jeff Pittsman
Kevin Vest
Corey Mishura
George Pachucy Jr.
Jake Yanoski
Ross Donato
Jason Maceyko
Nick Kazinetz
Bryan Boyd

Team Name: Mid Valley Spartans

2021 Record: 9-3

Key Starters Lost:
Josh Angelo
Devin Ayala
Cam Riccardo
Gavin Shaffer
Luke Ferguson
Kyle Marcinkevich
Jayson Lowe
Aiden Wolak

Offensive Starters Returning:
Sr. OT David Calafut 6’5″ 280
Sr. OT Dean Walsh 6’1″ 300
Sr. FB Jayden Winters 5’10” 180

Defensive Starters Returning:
Sr. DT David Calafut 6’5″ 280
Sr. DT Dean Walsh 6’1″ 300
Sr. OLB Jayden Winters 5’10” 180
Jr. FS Jordan Chmielewski 5’8″ 170

Special Team Starters Returning:
Jr. K Charlie Davey 6’1″ 185

Key Newcomers:
Sr. WR/DB Jaden Carroll 6’1″ 180
Sr. WR/OLB Shamus Lesher 6’1″ 180
So. WR Connor Bartlett 5’10” 175
So. WR/OLB Connor Hughes 5’9″ 175
So. RB/DB Jakob Lesher 6’0″ 170
Sr. RB/DB Zach Popko 5’11” 175
Jr. OL/DL Orion Rosengrant 6’0″ 300
So. OL/DL Mike Wall 5’11” 225
So. OL/DL Kaleb Parry 5’11” 225
Jr. OL/LB Aiden Fedorka 5’9″ 200
So. TE/LB Gavin Rapoch 6’0″ 190
Jr. TE/OLB Charlie Davey 6’1″ 195
Jr. OL/LB David Vosburg 5’9″ 200
So. WR/DB Dylan Henderson 5’10” 170
Jr. RB/DB Ryan Clark 5’7″ 160
Jr. WR/DB Daniel Pimentel 6’0″ 165
Jr. OL/LB Ethan Reid 5’10” 180

2021 Returning Player Stats:
Jayden Winters
Offense:
Rushing:
7 carries
51 yards
Receiving:
6 catches
69 yards

2022 Offensive Outlook: “The quick development of our offensive line and our inexperienced skill players will be the major keys to our success on offense.”

2022 Defensive Outlook: “Overcoming the loss of eight starters on defense and being able to stop the run of our opponents will be the major key to our success on defense.”

2022 Special Teams Outlook: “Finding the right players to perform on special teams that don’t allow our opponents to create big changes in field position will be the key to our success on special teams.”

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