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Team # 2 Class 5A – Wyoming Valley West (2)

Written by: on Thursday, August 25th, 2016. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

Head Coach: Pat Keatingwyoming_valley_west_a

Assistant Coaches: Jack Baranski (DC) Ted Jackson Jr. (OC), Ted Jackson, Ryan Mahovich, Doug Mucha, George Simms, Paul Patara, Josh Brody

Team Name: Wyoming Valley West Spartans

2015 Record: 12-1

2016 Schedule

Key Starters lost:
Bill Davison FB/LB
Devon Weidman WR/DB
LJ Wesnseki TE/DE
Chris Reese TE/DE
Kris Wolfe OL/DL
Jason Wall OL/DL

Offensive Starters Return: (4)
Sr. ATH Sean Judge 5’8″ 170
Sr. QB Aaron Austin 6’1″ 180
Sr. WR Jake Shemo 6’1″ 175
Jr. OL Chris Bleich 6’6″ 300

Defensive Starters Returning: (5)
Sr. DT Brydon Rukstalis 6’1″ 240
Jr. ILB Zach Davies 5’11” 195
Sr. OLB Nick Mooney 5’9″ 170
Sr DB Sean Judge
Sr DB Jake Shemo

Special Team Starters Returning: (1)
Jr. K Jake Gurtis

Key newcomers: (12)
Sr. RB Chris Melovitz 5’7″ 160
Jr. TE Rob Dwyer 6’2″ 205
So. WR Darrien Tyson 5’11” 165
Jr. OL Dom Alunni 6’5″ 310
Jr. OL Brandon Steidinger 6’0″ 265
Jr. OL Mike Saracino 6’0″ 210
So OL Connor Mikovitch 6’0″ 205
Jr DT Cortes Adams 6’3″ 240
Fr DE Sammie Solomon 6’3″ 250
JR ILB Sean Mikovitch 6’0″ 185
Sr DB Logan Myers 5’11” 160
Sr DB Raphael Zbysheski 5’11” 165

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

Offensively our production will lie solely on how our offensive line develops. We were hit hard by graduation up front and we will be young. Besides Bleich and Rukstalis everyone else will be new up front. Athletically we have a lot of options. Our QB returns as does All State ATH Sean Judge. We also have some new faces that can make big plays.

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

Defensively we have the potential to be good. I would say the strength of the unit is speed and athleticism. We have some decent size up front and our LB’s and DB’s can run.

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