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2015 Team Preview – West Chester East (1)

Written by: on Wednesday, August 12th, 2015. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

Head Coach: Dave Gueriera

Assistant Coaches: Scott Taylor, John Dempsey, Scott Stephens, Jim Boyd, Ben Perlmutter, John Florio, James Wiggins, Chase Gunther, Eric Bowers, Bob McCloskey, Tony Naab, Ethan Williamson

Team Name: West Chester East Vikings

2014 Record: 5-6

2015 Team Schedule

Key loses: Kevin Murphy OL/DL, Steve Borum RB, Kevin Logan OL/DL, Evan Anderson FS, Pat Downey WR/OLB, Nick Corialos WR, Shrey Vyas CB

Offensive Starters Returning: (4) Jon Jon Roberts QB 5-8 170, Emmanuel Creekmur RB 5-10 180, Tom Gormley OL 5-11 275, Tavis Peterson OL 6-0 280,

Defensive Starters Returning: (2) Tom Gormley DL 5-11 275 lbs., Tavis Peterson DL 6-0 280,

Key Newcomers: Example: JD Carroll WR/OL 6-5 200, Matt Erfle TE/ILB 6-1 190; Alex Hirsch WR/FS 5-10 165, Jack Wolov WR/CB 5-10 155; Drew Wahn WR/CB 5-9 150 lbs; Tyrone Richardson WR/FS 6-1 165 lbs; Zae Murrey WR 6-2 180; TJ Gaspard WR/CB 6-3 190; Tom Silva OL/DL 6-0 250; Kenny Pugh OL 5-9 275; Jack Phelan SS 5-11 165 ; Mike Salloum ILB 5-10 170 lbs

D1 (FBS & FCS) Prospects:
Jon Jon Roberts (Navy, Army, Lafayette, Ball St, Princeton, Dartmouth)
Tavis Peterson (Interest from Monmouth and St Francis)
Tom Gormley
Emmanuel Creekmur

Key Stats: Averaged 28 ppg last year and allowed 27 ppg.

Twitter: @wceastfootball

2015 Outlook: Please let us know the keys about your team on offense, defense and special teams. What are your keys to having a successful year?

Our #1 key is staying healthy. We have so many players playing both ways, its important that our core guys stay health for us to have a successful season. We have to be better on defense!

Offense: We return one of the most electrifying playmakers in the state at QB. He has a really good supporting cast around him. Less penalties, and better scoring percentage in the red zone.

Defense: We have a new defensive scheme and culture. We cannot get burned by the big play as we did the year prior. Must force more turnovers and give our offense shorter fields.

Special Team: We should be pretty consistent with our kicking game. Our teams should be similar to last years; decent across the board.

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