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2017 Team Preview – Springfield-Delco Cougars (1)

Written by: on Monday, August 14th, 2017. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

School: Springfield (Delco)

Head Coach: Chris Britton

Career coaching record: 30-8

Team record last year: 12-2

Team nickname: Cougars

2017 Schedule:

Please list any returning two-way starters with their name, position, height, weight, grade and list any all-star honors from last year and any statistics.

Justin Shields DT/OL 5’11 230LBS SR

Dan Pennestri DT/OL 6’1 240 LBS SR

Ja’Den McKenzie RB/OLB   6’1 195 LBS SR

Phil Shovlin   RB/S   5’11   185LBS SR

Derek Strain   DE/OL 5’11 220 LBS SR

Kevin Deal     DE/TE 6’3 245 LBS SR

Jack Spence     WR/DB 5’11 175 LBS JR

 

List any other players who started one way with their name, position, height, weight, grade, and any stats.

Chris Finizio DE/TE 6’3 235 LBS SR

Kyle Long   DB/WR   5’10 175 LBS   SR

Pat Clemens LB/FB   5’11 195 LBS   JR

Jack Coary     K   6’1 185 LBS SR

Alex Pinto OL/DT 6’0 230 LBS SR

 

Please list your top three promising newcomers, with their grade, height, weight, position. (You can include more if you feel they will make an impact). Could you also tell me if the newcomer is coming from the JV, freshman team or is a transfer and if so, where did he transfer from.

Jack Psenicska QB 6’0 180 LBS   JR

Liam Difonzo   CB/WR 170 LBS JR

Max Difonzo     DT/TE 210 LBS SR

Cory Brotschul   DT/OL   225 LBS SR

Ian Deal     WR/OLB   185 LBS   JR

Frankie Durham WR/CB 5’10 175 LBS SR

Frank Bullock WR/DB 6’0 185 LBS JR

Jeff Biancanello OL/LB 195 LBS   JR

Ben Konah QB/ LB 6’2 210 LBS JR

Chris Ringwalt DB/WR 5’9 175 LBS JR

Geo Dotsicas RB/OLB 5’10 180 LBS JR

Matt Nolan OL/LB 5’10 180 LBS JR

Jake Shane DE/OL 6’2 245LBS SR

 

2017 Outlook:

Offense: Being balanced and limiting turnovers

Defense: Playing good team defense, playing as a unit.

Special Team: Being consistent and having a solid foundation in all special teams

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