2022 Team Preview: York Suburban Trojans (3)
Written by: David Mika on Tuesday, August 23rd, 2022. Follow David Mika on Twitter.
Head Coach: Josh Fry
Team Name: York Suburban Trojans
2021 Record: 3-6
District: District 3
League: York-Adams, Division 2
Key Starters Lost:
Offensive Starters Returning: (7)
Dakota Shue, TE/, 5’9″, 170, Sr.
Mikey Bentivegna, RB, 5’8″, 190, Sr.
Rylan Bratton, QB, 6’2″ 175, So.
Brandon Haywood, OL, 6’0″, 200, Sr.
Jalen Lee, OL, 5’10”, 250, Jr.
Dylan Hopwood, OL, 5’9″, 280, Jr.
Alex Kefauver, WR, 5’10”, 170, Sr.
Defensive Starters Returning: (6)
John Glennon, OLB, 5’10”, 180, Jr.
Jahki Beatty, S, 5’9″, 150, Jr.
Dakota Shue, ILB, 5’9″, 170, Sr.
Mikey Bentivegna, S, 5’8″, 190, Sr.
Brandon Haywood, DL, 6’0″, 200, Sr.
Alex Kefauver, DB, 5’10”, 170, Sr.
Special Team Starters Returning: (1)
Damien Yepez, K, 5’9″ 160, Jr.
Clarence Cashour, OL/DL, So.
Jack Rudacille, WR/DB, Jr.
Cole Jones, RB/ILB, Sr.
CJ Rissmiller, RB/S, Fr.
2021 Returning Player Stats:
1169 All-Purpose Yards
threw for 906 yards in 8 games
43 solo tackles
37 solo tackles
2022 Offensive Outlook: “We are going to look for creative ways to get the ball to our skill players in space. We have a few very dynamic players, led by Mike Bentivegna, that have the ability to turn ordinary plays into big ones. Our offensive line brings back several key players and looks to be much improved this year. Our returning sophomore quarterback, Rylan Bratton, has the ability to make throws to all parts of the field.”
2022 Defensive Outlook: “We return several starters to this side of the ball. Dakota Shue, Brandon Haywood, and John Glennon look to lead our group this year. We look to improve against the run this year and prevent big plays.”
2022 Special Teams Outlook: “We look to return two-year starter Damien Yepez at kicker. He provides are a team with consistency for extra points and field goals. Mike Bentivegna gives us a very dynamic player in the return game. His ability to see lanes and explode into open space gives us opportunities to start with great field position.”
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