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2018 Team Previews – Crestwood (2)

Written by: on Saturday, August 4th, 2018. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 
TEAM NAME CLASSIFICATION PREV RECORD Return O-players Returning D-players Rank COACH
Crestwood AAAA 5-6 8 6 75 Greg Myers
KEY RETURNING PLAYERS
NAME JERSEY # HT WT POS GRADE COMMENT
Chase Passman 6′ 180 QB/SS 12 team leader, only played 4 games last season
Patrick Rother 5’10 185 W/SS 12 4 year player, team captain
Brandon Nieminski 1 6’5 205 WR/FS 11 Big, tall receiver, expect a nice season out of him
Nick Grosek 5’10 190 RB/C 12 only played half of 2017, leading rusher
Sean Foley 6’6 255 OT/DE 12 3 year starter, leader, college prospect with a good senior season
Garrett Swank 5’10 170 QB/C 11 started 7 games in 2017 at QB, will contribute as WR & Corner
Logan Arnold 6’1 210 FB/LB 10 solid young player, 2 way starter
Adam Gegaris 6′ 225 TE/DE/LB 12 returning starter, good edge pass rusher
Ryan Petrosky 6’1 170 WR/FS 10 good young receiver, great athlete, will play a few positions
Kevin Frisbie 6′ 265 OL/DT 12 returning starter
Please try and list only KEY players – space is limited
Assistant Coaches: Don Flynn, Kyle Kutney ryan Arcangeli Jim shedlock Tony Marranca John Centak Walt Stets
Team Name:
2017 Record: 5-6 2018 Schedule:
Key Starters lost: kevin Klusewitz, shane o’rourke
Offensive Starters Returning: (number) Example: Sr. OT John Smith, 6-5, 320 see above
Defensive Starters Returning: (number) Example: Sr. DT John Smith, 6-5, 320
Special Team Starters Returning: (number) Example: Sr. DT John Smith, 6-5, 320 garret Swank – kicker
Key Newcomers:  Example: Fr. DB John Smith, 6-1, 170
D1 (FBS & FCS) Prospects: Sean Foley Brandon Nieminski
Key Stats:
2017 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? Staying healthy at key positions
Offense: Control the ball and clock
Defense: Be able to stop the run effectively
Special Team:

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