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2020 Team Previews: Salisbury Falcons (11)

Written by: on Thursday, August 20th, 2020. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

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Head Coach: Andy Cerco

Assistant Coaches:
Chris Kretzman – Special Teams Coordinator, Offensive & Defensive Line
Josh Lake – Defensive Coordinator – Halfbacks & Linebackers
Sean Roth – Run Game Coordinator – Fullbacks & Linebackers
Cory Cesare – Pass Game Coordinator – Wide Receivers & Defensive Backs
James Moore – Offensive & Defensive Line
Rich Simononis – Quality Control 
Jack Repyneck – Middle School & Varsity Offensive & Defensive Line
Fernando Trinidad – Middle School 
Isaac Moodie – Strength & Conditioning 

Team Name: Salisbury Falcons

2019 Record: 6-4 Regular Season, 3A Eastern Conference Runner – Up

Key Starters lost: 
Timmy Buda- Halfback / Defensive Back (Muhlenberg College)
Kyle Killiri – Linebacker, H-Back (Slippery Rock University) 
Kyle Pingarelli – Wide Receiver, Defensive Back
Weston Schaffer – Wide Receiver, Defensive Back
Kade Simononis – Outside Linebacker
Patrick Foley – Wide Receiver, Defensive Back
Aaron Kahn – Kicker, Punter (Susquehanna University)

Offensive Starters Returning: (7)
Sr. Quarterback Quintin Stephens, 6-2” 185 
Sr. Slot Receiver / Halfback Chad Parton – 5’10” 180
Sr. G Matt Butz, 5’10” 190
Sr. OT Gaige Marcks, 6’1” 300
Jr. OT Brandon Brotzman, 6’0” 290
Jr. G Ben Krauss 5’11” 200
Jr. OL / TE Anthony Scarcia, 6’0”, 195

Defensive Starters Returning: (4)
Sr. DB Chad Parton – 5’10” 180
Sr. Linebacker / Defensive Line Matt Butz, 5’10” 190
Jr. G Ben Krauss 5’11” 200
Jr. OL / TE Anthony Scarcia 6’0”, 195

Special Team Starters Returning: (0)
Key Newcomers:  
Sr. RB / DB Gio Hines, 5’7” 160
Sr. OL / DL Travis Spargo, 6’1” 295
Jr. WR / DB Hunter Bleam, 6’4” 185
Jr. Slot Receiver / Halfback, DB Chase Fenstermaker, 5’10” 155
Jr. OL / DL Paul Spann, 5’11” 250
So. Slot Receiver / Halfback, DB Nick Beck, 5’8” 155
So. Wide Receiver, DB Josh Brooks, 5’8” 155
So. Fullback / Linebacker Toby Linn, 5’7” 165

D1 (FBS & FCS) Prospects: 
Quintin Stephens: QB/ DB —Quintin can contribute at the quarterback position at the collegiate level, depending on what you like to see in a QB. Quintin could also play defensive back in college. He is a playmaker wherever he ends up.  You will be able to see that in his film. He gets out of situations in the pocket and is able to find open receivers or run the football. As an individual he exemplifies the characteristics of a complete student athlete; he is responsible, intelligent, cares about his teammates and believes in our program.  He is able to communicate effectively with the coaching staff and demonstrates initiative related to becoming a better student-athlete.

Chad Parton: DB / Slot Receiver — Chad can play either side of the ball at the next level. – Great competitor, he finds a way to win.  In my opinion, he is an excellent athlete and has the potential to fill many different roles in a program.  As an individual, Chad is also a complete student-athlete.  He performs well in the classroom and demonstrates leadership skills within our program.  He takes initiative in our team activities and works to build relationships with his teammates.

Key Stats: 
Quintin Stephens-  1,879 yards passing, 19 TDs, 280 yds rushing, 4.5 yards per carry, 2 TD’s

Chad Parton- 1,685 total yards, 872 yards receiving, 57 Receptions, 259 yards rushing, 4.0 yards per carry, 17 TDs, 5 Interceptions

2020 Outlook

Offense: Offensively, the Falcons will rely on Quintin Stephens and Chad Parton’s experience and production in their senior year.  The Falcons return an experienced offensive line and look to build around that experience.  A newcomer looking to contribute is Gio Hines, a running back who moved into the district from North Carolina. Additionally, recruiting the hallways has been effective in getting Hunter Bleam and Chase Fenstermaker to join the Falcons offensive attack.  Rising Sophomores Nick Beck, and Josh Brooks are having a productive summer and will continue to develop in the Falcon program.  

Defense: Defensively, the Falcons will rely again on returning defensive linemen with experience to solidify the defensive front.  A key loss is Kyle Killiri (Slippery Rock University), who was a top tackler in Pennsylvania last season.  The linebacker corps returns Ben Krauss with experience, so pre-season camp will determine the other contributing linebackers.  At the back end, the Falcons feature athletes in Chad Parton, Quintin Stephens, and Gio Hines.  

Special Team: Special Teams will be an area the Falcons need to fill a large gap in graduating Kicker Aaron Kahn, who will be continuing his football career at Susquehanna University.  

 

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