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Team # 3 Class 1A – Williams Valley (11)

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


Head Coach: Tim Savagewilliams_valley_a

Assistant Coaches: Paul Herb Mike Gunkle Alex Langhans Josh Rodichok Stephen Sedesse Trevor Whelski

Team Name: Williams Valley

2015 Record: 5-6 (1st  Round District 11)

2016 Schedule:

Key Starters lost: Nick Rodichok QB Hero Sasaki G

Offensive Starters Returning: (10) Jr. RB Dylan Rabuck 5-11 185, Soph RB Nick Savage 5-10 195, Soph WR levi Engle 6-0 160, Jr WR allen hand 5-8 150, Jr TE Devon Rabuck 5-11 195, Sr OT Kalin Hoffman 6-3 225, Sr G Ian minnich 5-10 245, Sr OT Daymian Shoop 6-0 225, Jr C Adam Stroup 5-9 185, Sr WR Kenny Reed 6-1 175

Defensive Starters Returning: (10) Dylan Rabuck LB, Devon Rabuck DE, Nick Savage DE, Ian Minnich DL, Daymian Shoop DL, Kenny Reed DB, Levi Engle DB, Jake Wolfgang DB, Dylan Wolfgang LB, Matthew Kemble LB

Special Team Starters Returning: (2) Punter Nick Savage, Holder Nick Ulsh Sr 5-10 155

Key Newcomers: Example: Spenser Diamond soph 6-2 235 OL/DL Liam Costello jr 5-10 150 wr/db Faizan Ali soph 5-11 255 started several games last year Zach Hite Jr 6-5 295 OL/DL also has career starts, Zach Ulsh sr 5-10 155 WR/DB Brady Miller Fr 5-9 155 RB/WR/DB Bryce Miller FR 5-10 205 OL/DL

D1 (FBS & FCS) Prospects: Shoop, Harris, Minnich, Hoffman, and several underclassmen

Key Stats: Sr RB/LB Ryan Harris Returns after losing Jr yr due to Acl. Led team in tackles as Sophmore and Jr Jake Wolfgang moves to QB after all conf 2015 yr at Wr.

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: Keys to a successful season begin with staying healthy across the board at all positions. Team Chemistry will be crucial due the many talented players amongst the skill positions. The overall success depends on the common thought that the team is comprised of no individuals putting personal statistics before that of winning as many games as possible. Leadership at the QB position is vital. The offense goes as the leader goes. 

Defense: Defensively we must play as an 11 makes up 1 unit philosophy and each individual has a job in the grand scheme of the defense.

Special Team: Special teams is very simple just don’t hurt the offense or defense in field position.

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