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Team # 1 Class 6A – St. Joseph’s Prep (12)

Written by: on Friday, August 26th, 2016. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Head Coach: Gabe Infantesaint_josephs_prep_a

Assistant Coaches: Tim Roken, Thomas Sugden, William Kerrigan, John Costantino, William Morris, Mark Shaw, John Connors, Pat Evans, Keita Crespina, Shawn Stratz, Mike Kehoe, Ray Infante, Tim O’Hara, Charles Hart, Darren Swift

Team Name: St. Joseph’s Prep Hawks

2015 Record: 7-3

2016 Schedule:

Key Starters lost: Ed Mooney, Charles Holsopple, Benny Walls, Joe Dumond, Shaun Harris, Nick Vandevere, Kevin Shaw

Offensive Players Returning: (8) Sr. OG Jackson Evans 6-4, 285; Sr. C Mack Grey 6-1, 275; Sr OT Sal Cinaglia 6-3, 275; Sr. OL Carter Lynch 6-6, 316; Sr. OL Taron Hampton 6-4, 290; Sr. RB D’Andre Swift 5-10, 205; Jr. WR Darryle Simmons 6-3, 200; Sr. WR Terrance Greene 5-11, 178

Defensive Players Returning: (9) Sr. CB Ricky Goodson 5-8, 170; Sr. CB Richard Carr 5-9, 175; Sr. OLB James Johnson 5-10, 205; Sr. DL Chris Lowndes 6-1, 220; Jr. Rayshad Wallace 5-8 170; Jr. DL Ryan Bryce 6-4, 275; Sr DL Sal Cinaglia 6-3, 275; Sr. DL Taron Hampton 6-4, 290; Jr. Phil O’Connor 5-11, 200

Special Team Players Returning: (1) Jr. K Anthony Tigano 5-8, 195

Key Newcomers: (4) Jr. QB Maquez McCray 6-2, 205, Sr. RB Khari Jones 5-9, 175; So. RB Christian Waller 5-8, 150; JR. WR James Cherry 5-7, 155

Key Stats: D’Andre Swift rushed for 1,029 yards on 164 carries and 12 touchdowns. Terrence Greene caught 21 passes for 399 yards and three touchdowns.

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: Our key is quarterback play is real important. We’re very quarterback driven system. We have to find away to distribute the football and be balance. Obviously we have a great talent in D’Andre Swift and people are going to want to take him away in games. We need some of our other players to step up and excel and become weapons in their own right.

Defense: Our key starts with the are ability to stop the run. The question always becomes how many men do you need to commit to stop the run and the less guys I need to commit to stop the run the better we are going to be.

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