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2017 Team Preview – Tri-Valley Bulldogs (11)

Written by: on Friday, July 21st, 2017. Follow David Mika on Twitter.

 

Head Coach: Mike Ulicny

Assistant Coaches:

Brian Bowman
Richie Dunkelberger
Brynn Bowman
Jason Eby
Marty Shade
Rick Otto
Kevin Scheib

Team Name: Tri-Valley Bulldogs

2016 Record: 8-3

2017 Schedule:

Key Starters Lost: (4)

Bryon Rusinko (OL/DL)
Jake Kroh (TE/DE)
Tyler Dalton (DB)
Dawson Boltz (DB)

Offensive Starters Returning: (10)

Sr QB Logan Yoder 6-1, 185
Sr FB Danny Scheib 5-11, 240
Sr HB Dawson Schwalm 6-1, 185
Sr SE Ashton Buchanan 6-2, 175
Sr OL John Lindenmuth 5-10, 230
Sr OL Darren Young 6-5, 280
Sr OL Josh Kroh 6-1, 240
Jr OL Kolt Schaeffer 6-0, 195
Jr HB Ike Lucas 5-9, 165
Jr SE Nick Ziegmont 6-1, 175

Defensive Starters Returning: (8)

Sr LB Cole Rothermel 5’10 185
Sr LB Danny Scheib 5-11, 240
Sr LB Dawson Schwalm 6-1, 185
Sr DB Ashton Buchanan 6-2, 175
Sr DL Darren Young 6-5, 280
Sr DL Josh Kroh 6-1, 240
Jr DE Kolt Schaeffer 6-0, 195
Jr LB Ike Lucas 5-9, 165

Special Team Starters Returning: (4)

Sr Punt Returner Ashton Buchanan 6-2, 175
Sr Kick Returner Dawson Schwalm 6-1, 185
Sr Extra Point Kicker John Stiely 5-10, 150
Jr Punter Ike Lucas 5-9, 165

Key Newcomers: (5)

Sr LB Bailey Ruch 5-10, 175
Sr OL Quinn Wiest 5-11, 190
Jr DB Dalton Leedy 6-1, 165
Jr OL Stone Clouser 6-1, 220
Fr DB Chase Herb 5-11, 175

Key Stats: Backfield of Scheib, Scwhalm and Lucas combined over 2500 rushing yards in 2016

2017 Offensive Outlook: 9 starters return from a decent 2016 group. With the entire backfield and receiving corps returning, TV should be able to put points on the board. Finding a quality tight end and a lineman to compliment four returning starters up front is the team’s main priority.

2017 Defensive Outlook: All four starting linebackers return along with two defensive lineman and two defensive backs. A number of talented underclassmen should be able to fill in the empty secondary slots. Biggest concern is finding help up front from a depleted 2016 front line.

2017 Special Teams Outlook: Should be solid with the return of all special team players from 2016. Still trying to find a kicker who can get the ball deep on kickoffs.

 

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