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2021 Team Preview: Springfield-Montco Spartans

Written by: on Tuesday, August 24th, 2021. Follow David Mika on Twitter.



Head Coach: Chris Shelly

Assistant Coaches:
Rob Bond
BIll Krewson
Wes Sheffer
Kevin Clancy
Brian Picknally
Brian Finn
Ray Ebner
Matt Krewson
Malik Ball
Brendan Doyle

Team Name: Springfield-Montco Spartans

2020 record: 3-2

Stadium: Spartan Stadium

District: 1

Class: AAAA

League: Suburban One League, American Conference

Key returners:
Ben Cooney (SR captain- QB 6’3 180)
Ethan Rudnick (SR captain- Center 6’1″ 255)
John Adams ( SR DB and WR 6’2″ 185)
Dylan McKenzie (JR DB and WR 6’2 185)
Will Conlin (SR TE and DE 6’3″ 180)
Owen Hussie ( SR DT 6’0 185 all league sub. one)
Will Shapley (JR Guard and LB 6’1 210)
Danny Mathews (SR DB 6’0 185)
Tim Saiber (JR FS 5’9 170)
Ryan Stewart (SR WR 5’11 165)
Joey Scott (SR Guard 5’11 210)

2020 Returning Player Stats:

John Adams caught two passes for 49 yards. 

Dylan McKenzie caught 20 passes for 325 yards and 6 touchdowns and rushed for 40 yards. 

Will Conlin caught 5 passes for 34 yards and three touchdowns. 

2021 Outlook: Our goals are consistent every year- we look to contend for the league title and get into the AAAA playoffs to compete for a district title. It will be a “tough go” in the very competitive Sub. One league but we hope to stay healthy and build something special this year!

Strengths: include a great senior class and tremendous leadership- those seniors have experienced a lot of success over the last 3 years (several AAAA playoff appearances and several Sub. One wins vs. 6A opponents). We return virtually our whole defense and several key components on offense. Toughness and high football IQs will be our trademarks.

Weaknesses: include some inexperienced players on offense as we need to replace several key starters on the Offensive line, along with an all-state receiver and a 2-year starter at QB who broke school records.

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