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2019 Team Previews: Cheltenham @hennigarfundinc

Written by: on Saturday, August 10th, 2019


2018 Season Record

2019 Schedule:





08-17 William Tennent  William Tennent (SCR) Cheltenham HS Stadium 11:00 am
08-23 Council Rock South  Council Rock South (0-0) Walt Snyder Stadium 7:00 pm
08-29 Frankford  Frankford (0-0) 7:00 pm
09-06 Abington  Abington (0-0) Cheltenham HS Stadium 7:00 pm
09-13 Norristown  Norristown (0-0) Norristown Area HS Stadium 7:00 pm
09-14 Norristown  Norristown (0-0) Norristown Area HS Stadium 1:00 pm
09-20 Quakertown  Quakertown (0-0) * Cheltenham HS Stadium 7:00 pm
09-27 Upper Dublin  Upper Dublin (0-0) * Upper Dublin Stadium 7:00 pm
10-04 Plymouth-Whitemarsh  Plymouth-Whitemarsh (0-0) * Cheltenham HS Stadium 7:00 pm
10-11 Hatboro-Horsham  Hatboro-Horsham (0-0) * Hatters Stadium 7:00 pm
10-18 Upper Moreland  Upper Moreland (0-0) * Cheltenham HS Stadium 7:00 pm
10-25 Wissahickon  Wissahickon (0-0) * Cheltenham HS Stadium 7:00 pm
Head Coach
Ryan Nase
Assistant Coaches
Kyle Yeiter – Asst. Head Coach – Defense
Mike Yeiter – Defensive Backs
Paul Bryant – Linebackers
Tauren Barker – Defensive Ends
James Fitzgerald – Defensive Tackles
Robert Carter – Quarterbacks
Ibrahim Fletcher – Offensive Line
Spentley Toran- Wide Receiver
Josh Plenski – Running Backs
Key Starters Lost
Marcus Winfield – OT/DE
Will Felix – TE/DE
Justin Grady – K/P
Mike Emfinger- TE/LB
Ryan Felder – OL/DL
Offensive Starters Returning
Sr. RB Jamir Barnes 5’11 190
Sr. WR Lateef “TJ” Harris 5’10 180
Sr. WR Nate Edwards 5’9 185
Sr. QB Adonis Hunter 5’10 210
Sr. HB Sidiqq Williams 5’11 190
Sr. OT Brendan Canally 6’2 240
Defensive Starters Returning
LB Sam Sykes 5’8 175
LB Zachary Gaffin 5’9 175
LB Jon-Marc Foreman 5’11 205
CB Nate Edwards 5’9 185
CB Jamir Barnes 5’11 190
FS Lateef “TJ” Harris 5’10 180
Special Team Starters Returning
LS Nathaniel Felix 6’2 250
Key Newcomers
Jr. TE/DE Darren Bennett 6’4 225
So. WR/DB Kamden Wyatt 5’11 175
What does your offense need to improve on from last year?
Consistency and Discipline. In 2018 there were too many negative plays that disrupted drives.
What does your defense need to improve on from last year
Our defense in a number of games struggled to stop the run but were able to keep teams out of the end zone. We’d like to see the defense improve in stopping the run in 2019.
What are your overall thoughts on this years team?
We have a number of talented skill position players returning but will be younger and much smaller up front. If our lineman can be successful our team has a chance to improve upon last years success.

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