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2016 Team Preview – Lake-Lehman (2)

Written by: on Wednesday, August 24th, 2016. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Head Coach: Gerald Gilskylake_lehmen_a

Assistant Coaches: Jeff shook, Rich Colorusson, Scott Fertal, Gary Grandenetti, JR Malloy, Brian McDermott

Team Name: Lake-Lehman Knights

2015 Record: 10-2

2016 Schedule:

Key Starters lost:  Connor McGovern, Nick Eury, Joe Vigil, Zach Brucher, Luke Hummel

Offensive Starters Returning: (6) Sr. QB Vincenzo Ferrari, 6′, 175; Sr. WR Noah Gorski, 5’11” 175; Sr. OL Mason Rios, 5’7″ 230; Sr. OL Cole Spencer 6’3″ 260; Jr. RB,Trey Borger, 5’9″ 185; Jr. OL Kaleb Konigus 6’2″ 255

Defensive Starters Returning:  (8) DB Vincenzo Ferrari, 6′, 175; Sr. DB Noah Gorski, 5’11” 175; Sr. DL Mason Rios, 5’7″ 230; Sr. DL Cole Spencer 6’3″ 260; Jr. LB,Trey Borger, 5’9″ 185; Sr. LB, Jake Tomolonis 5’11 175; Sr. DB; Charles Kuschke 5’5″ 160; Sr. DB, Matt Myers 5’11” 165

Special Team Starters Returning: (1) Sr. K, Ian Dawsey 6’1″ 150

Key Newcomers:  (2) Jr. Ol/Lb Jack Symeon 6’1″ 235; Sr. OL/DL Jerimya Stonier,

D1 (FBS & FCS) Prospects: Cole Spencer

2016 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? 

Offense: Continue to be physical on the offensive line and have our running game. Our passing game has improved and will be more of a threat this year with the return with Vince Ferrari from injury in week one last year. Teams will have to respect our passing game this year where we have many players involved with a role to help on offense.

Defense: Continue being aggressive and quick to the ball. With the amount with experience on defense this group work well as a unit.

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