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Written by: on Monday, July 13th, 2020

 

Wissahickon Trojans

Head Coach Bruce Fleming

Assistant Coaches
Pete O’Connor,
John Flanigan,
Will Crawford,
Bryan Haire,
Jamil Farrar, Sr.,
Jamil Farrar, Jr.,
Brandon Gilliard,
Vince Yasenchek,
Mike Borkowski,
Jim Wick,
Steve Aubertin,
Varney Dassin

2019 Season Record 2-8

2020 Schedule

DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

TIME/SCORE

08-22 Frankford  Frankford (SCR) 10:00 am
08-28 Upper Dublin  Upper Dublin (0-0) * Upper Dublin Stadium 7:00 pm
09-04 Owen J Roberts  Owen J Roberts (0-0) Henry J. Bernat Stadium 7:00 pm
09-11 Methacton  Methacton (0-0) Trojan Stadium 7:00 pm
09-17 Upper Moreland  Upper Moreland (0-0) * Trojan Stadium 7:00 pm
09-25 New Hope-Solebury  New Hope-Solebury (0-0) Lions Stadium 7:00 pm
10-02 Springfield-Montco  Springfield-Montco (0-0) * Trojan Stadium 7:00 pm
10-16 Cheltenham  Cheltenham (0-0) * Cheltenham HS Stadium 7:00 pm
10-23 William Tennent  William Tennent (0-0) Claude Lodge Field 7:00 pm
10-30 Plymouth-Whitemarsh  Plymouth-Whitemarsh (0-0) * Trojan Stadium 7:00 pm

BOLD – denotes home game
* – denotes league game
(SCR) – denotes scrimmage

Key Starters Lost
Jack Dougherty,
Jalen Smalls,
Raejon Benjamin (Cal. U of PA)

Offensive Starters Returning
OT Kevin Pineda, Sr., 6’4 305;
C/G Michael Fath, Sr., 6’3 300;
G Kareem Roberts, Sr., 5’10 270;
WR Jackson Intrieri, Sr., 6’2 170;
WR EJ Schreiner, Sr., 5’10 170;
QB Nick Santo, Sr., 6’3 180;
QB Aiden DeFeo, Jr., 5’10 175

Defensive Starters Returning
CB Brandon Gilliard, Sr., 5’10 160;
FS EJ Schreiner, Sr., 5’10 170;
DT Shayne Lynch, Sr., 6’3 310;
DT Kareem Roberts, Sr., 5’10 270;
DE Shamir Wilson, Sr., 5’10 190;

Special Team Starters Returning
KR Marice Johnson, Sr., 5’10 170,
K Nate DeVincent, Jr., 6’1 160,
P Bobby Hassz 6’3 190,

Key Newcomers
RB Kyle Lehman, So., 5’9 160;
LB/RB Jeremiah Clark, Jr., 5’10 180;

What does your offense need to improve on from last year?
Towards the end of the 2019 season the offense started to develop a consistency on what our identity will be. Look to continue with that development of that identity and become a consistent unit that produce points in the red zone. To many opportunities left on the field in 2019 where we did not score once we was in the red zone.

What does your defense need to improve on from last year
We have a lot of players returning that played defense last year. Look to develop a level of consistency in our tackling and understanding responsibilities.

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