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2022 Team Preview: Pennsbury Falcons (1)

Written by: on Sunday, August 21st, 2022. Follow David Mika on Twitter.


Head Coach: Galen Snyder

Assistant Coaches:
Matt Ott (OL)
Jackson Fagan (RB)
Robinson Gautier (SE)
Bill Ferrara (QB)
Luke Snyder (LB)
Tony Checchia (DB)
Cliff Stout (DL)
David Howe (Special Teams)
Dave Crocker (K & P)
Mike Cantrell (Strength)

Team Name: Pennsbury Falcons

2021 Record: 0-10

District: District 1


League: Suburban One League, National Conference

Key Starters Lost:
Brady Burgfechtel, K
Colin Hoffmaster, DB
Walter Maule, DB
Danny Miller, LB
Dan Neumann, OL
Alexander Phipps, DL
John Schmitt, DB
Joe Shuster, DE
Kymir Thompson, DL

Offensive Starters Returning: (6)
Jr. RB Nathan Beighley, 6′, 175
Sr. C Donovan Frascella, 5’11”, 220
Sr. G Bailey McDonnell, 5’11”, 225
Sr. QB Shane McGurrin, 5’10”, 180
Sr. RB Galamama Mulbah, 6’1″, 205
Sr. SE Jayce Secoda, 6’3″, 175

Defensive Starters Returning: (3)
Jr. DB Eric David, 5’11”, 180
Sr. LB Cade Gabbatt, 6′, 200
Sr. LB Patrick O’Neill, 5’11”, 190

Special Team Starters Returning: (2)
Sr. P Shane McGurrin, 5’10”, 180
Sr. LS Donovan Frascella, 5’11”, 220

Key Newcomers:
Sr. DB John Beighley, 5’10”, 175
Jr. OT Dylan Biddle, 6’1″, 230
Sr. K Elizabeth Burnell, 5’7′, 115
Jr. DB Jordan Czerniak, 5’9″, 185
Sr. DE Ryan D’Aversa, 5’11”, 185
Sr. DB Claude Francois, 5’9″, 185
Sr. G Fabian Francois, 5’10”, 225
So. OT Rocco May, 6’2″, 260
Jr. SE Aiden Parker, 6’1″, 185
Jr. DL Ben Primich, 5’10”, 180
Jr. DL Chris Rausch, 6’1″, 230
Jr. DB Noah Rice, 5’10”, 170
Sr. DB Markis Rodgers, 5’9″, 170
Jr. DB Shawn Seacrest, 5’9, 170
Sr. LB Chamar Wade, 6′, 200
Sr. G Thatcher Wilhelm, 5’10”, 175
Jr. TE CJ Wisor, 6’1″, 190

2022 Offensive Outlook: “Our team will be installing a new offensive scheme but has some key returning players. It may take a little time for the players and scheme to gel but we should eventually be fairly strong on the offensive side of the ball.”

2022 Defensive Outlook: “Our big challenge will be to improve the defense relative to the team’s performance over the last couple of seasons. We will have a new scheme and plenty of new faces.”

2022 Special Teams Outlook: “We have experience returning at the punter and long snapper positions.”

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