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2020 Team Previews: Crestwood Comets (2)

Written by: on Wednesday, August 19th, 2020. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


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Head Coach: Ryan Arcangeli

Assistant Coaches:
Kyle Kutney
Chris George
Jason Majeros
John Centak
Vinny Genoble
Jim Shedlock
Jeff Savakinas
Randy Swank
Tim Lindner
Martin Bibla
Scott Rozitski
Jay Popson

Team Name: Crestwood Comets

2019 Record: 7-5

Key Starters Lost:
Brandon Niemenski
Derek Petrochko
Garret Swank
Ryan Miller
Tyler Cesario
TJ Kulak
Evan Burleson

Offensive Starters Returning: (6)
SR. OT Matt Dean, 6’0 235
Soph. G John Jones, 6’0 265
SR. H-Back Logan Arnold, 6’1” 215
SR. FB Ryan Harding, 6’0 205
SR QB Ryan Petrosky, 6’2” 185
SR WR Brenden DeMarzo, 5’11” 180

Defensive Starters Returning: (7)
SR DE Ryan Harding, 6’0 205
SR DT Matt Dean, 6’0 235
SR OLB Logan Arnold, 6’1” 215
SR LB Jimmy Hawley, 5’9” 190
Soph LB Cole Kakalachik, 6’0 205
SR Safety Brenden DeMarzo, 5’11” 180
JR. Safety Ethan Stoltz, 6’0 175

Special Team Starters Returning: (2)
SR. PK Alex Romanoski, 5’8” 190
JR. Punter Ethan Shudak 5’11 200

Key Newcomers:
Fr. Safety Logan Rolles, 5’9” 170
Soph. RB/DE Kaleb Benjamin, 5’11” 220
Soph. OT Aiden Jardine, 6’2” 260
Soph. C Chris Smolensk, 5’11” 225
Soph. DB Noah Shultz, 6’0 170
Soph DT Wyatt Urbanovich, 5’11” 220

2020 Offensive Outlook: Two year starting QB Ryan Petrosky will have to lead a Senior group of skill players early until our young but talented offensive line gets their feet wet. If we can establish a ball control offense and limit turnovers our depth can take control late in games and will allow us to finish.

2020 Defensive Outlook: Have to limit explosive plays, which hurt us in 2019. We have 7 talented returning starters with up and coming sophomores and Juniors who got a lot of playing time last year that will give us depth that will keep us fresh late in games. We did well in the turnover margin last year but interceptions weren’t part of it, have to improve our pass defense.

2020 Special Teams Outlook: 1/3 of the game that is often on back burner, For us it has to be a part of our game that helps us win. With a great PK back in Alex Romanoski and P in Ethan Shudak we feel great about our special teams. Team speed will also allow us to have great coverage teams this year.


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