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2016 Team Preview – Pequea Valley (3)

Written by: on Sunday, August 14th, 2016. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Head Coach: Michael Choipequea_valley_a

Assistant Coaches:
Stewart Ford – Offensive Coordinator, RB’s & QB’s
Rob King – Defensive Coordinator & DL
Mike Woodward – Offensive Line & Linebackers
Mike Lane – Special Teams Coordinator, WR’s & DL
Jay Shelton – Outside Linebackers
Ed Lapp – Quarterbacks

Team Name: Pequea Valley High School Braves

2015 Record: 6-4

2016 Schedule:

Key Starters lost:
Gabe Allgyer RB & LB
Chad Mullen WR & CB
John Lindquist OL & DL
Austin Fisher RB & S
Jason Stoltzfus RB & CB
Donnie Broomell FB & DE

Offensive Starters Return: (6)
Jr. QB Jordan Lapp, 6-4, 180
Sr. OL John Gregson, 6-5, 290
Sr. OL Tommy Coblentz, 6-0, 250
Sr. WR Brandon Hooper, 5-8, 150
Jr. OL Nate Kovalick, 5-11, 215
Jr. OL Austin Sage, 5-3, 171

Defensive Starters Returning: (4)
Sr. DL John Gregson, 6-5, 290
Sr. LB Connor Horst, 6-1.5, 215
Jr. LB Nate Kovalick, 5-11, 215
Jr. LB Jrue Gray, 6-0, 185

Key newcomers: (18)
Jr. RB Tim Malloy, 5-10, 197
Sr. RB Grant Gaynor, 5-10, 185
Sr. WR Anthony Davido, 6-0, 175
Sr. WR Joey Liney, 5-9.5, 155
Sr. WR Nick Patrone, 5-10.5, 150
Sr. OL Jared Bitts, 6-2.5, 236
So. RB Dylan Jackson, 5-7, 160
Jr. LB Ryan Smith, 5-10.5, 188
Sr. WR Carly Hall, 5-9, 167
Jr. S Brody Mann, 5-10, 170
Sr. DL Matt Buczynski, 6-2, 208
Sr. OL Logan Ford, 6-4, 233
Sr. DB Nate Shantz, 5-10, 170
Jr. LB Eddie Chilcote, 5-5, 170
Jr. DL Ray Chilcote, 5-9, 210
So. OL Sean Gray, 6-3, 255
So. S/QB Zack Shaw, 5-9, 180
Sr. OL Jonathon Erickson, 6-2, 225

Key Stats: Last season was the first winning season in Pequea Valley school history.

2016 Offensive outlook: (Please let us know the keys about your team on offense. What are your keys to having a successful year?)

A two year starter at QB returning for his third year in our offense combined with an offensive line that we have a lot of confidence in makes us optimistic that we will be able to run our offense in an effective and efficient manner.

2016 Defensive Outlook: (Please let us know the keys about your team on defense. What are your keys to having a successful year?)

Our defense has had a pretty good track record over the past two seasons. As always, pursuing the football and tackling are areas that we aim to be very good at. While we do not have a lot of returners we do feel very good about the kids that have stepped into the roles left behind by some good seniors that graduated.

2016 Special Teams Outlook: (Please let us know the keys about your team on special teams. What are your keys to having a successful year?)

We have put an emphasis on our special teams over the summer and will continue that into our season. We want to take pride that our special teams are well prepared and impact the football game in meaningful ways.

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