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2019 Team Preview: Ligonier Valley Rams @LVRamsFootball

Written by: on Friday, August 23rd, 2019

 

2018 Season Record
12-1

2019 Schedule: http://pafootballnews.com/ligonier-valley-rams/

DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

TIME/SCORE

08-17 Berlin-Brothersvalley  Berlin-Brothersvalley (SCR) Snyder Sports Complex 10:00 am
08-23 Homer-Center  Homer-Center (0-0) * 7:00 pm
08-30 Penns Manor  Penns Manor (0-0) * 7:00 pm
09-07 United  United (0-0) * Laurel Valley Stadium 1:00 pm
09-13 Saltsburg  Saltsburg (0-0) * 7:00 pm
09-20 West Shamokin  West Shamokin (0-0) * 7:00 pm
09-27 Purchase Line  Purchase Line (0-0) * 7:00 pm
10-04 Marion Center  Marion Center (0-0) * 7:00 pm
10-11 Northern Cambria  Northern Cambria (0-0) * 7:00 pm
10-18 Blairsville  Blairsville (0-0) * 7:00 pm
Head Coach
Roger Beitel
Assistant Coaches
Corey Turcheck
Adam Foust
Scott Lewandowski
Karl Petrof
Dave Shannon
Brandon Rensko
Brett Marabito
Denny Henderson – Head Jr High
Adam Storey – Assistant JH
Tyler Foust – Assistant JH
Key Starters Lost
Aaron Tutino
John Caldwell
Zach Beitel
Blake Bridge
Andrew Kuzemchak
Sullivan Schueltz
Offensive Starters Returning
Sr WR John Beard 5’11 165
Sr RB Kyrie Miller 5’9″ 170
Sr QB Sam Sheeder 5’11 180
Sr TE Cage Dowden 5’11 220
Sr OL Christian Jablonksi 6’5″ 260
Sr OL Mike Petrof 6’2″ 280
So OL Jude Grzywinski 6’3″ 270
Sr OL Wylie Spiker 6’3′ 265
Sr OL Alex Torrance 6’0″ 250
Sr OL Gabe Gonda 6’0″ 248
Defensive Starters Returning
Sr DB John Beard 5’11 165
Sr LB Kyrie Miller 5’9″ 170
Sr DB Sam Sheeder 5’11 180
Sr DL Christian Jablonksi 6’5″ 260
Sr DL Mike Petrof 6’2″ 280
So DL Jude Grzywinski 6’3″ 270
Sr DL Wylie Spiker 6’3′ 265
Sr LB Ayden Kelley 5’8″ 215
Sr LB Ethan Boring 5’8″ 170
Special Team Starters Returning
Long Snapper – Mike Petrof
Key Newcomers
Sr.Athlete – Kyle Silk – 6’1″ 210
So WR/DB – Matthew Marinchak – 6’2″ 185
So Slot/DB -Nick Beitel – 5’7″ 160
Sr DB – Joe Ersick – 5’8″ 165
So DB – Khorter Drury – 5’7″ 160
So DB – Grant Dowden- 5’11” 160
What does your offense need to improve on from last year?
The offense will need to be able to pass the ball downfield and make up for the loss of Aaron Tutino.
The key for our offensive success is to rely on the large and talented offensive line.
What does your defense need to improve on from last year
Losing the majority of the secondary to graduation is a major concern heading into the season. The development of a young and inexperienced secondary is a priority. Having a talented front 7 should help out the secondary.
What are your overall thoughts on this years team?
This is a very old (18 seniors) and experienced team. They have a career 39-3 record where their only losses have been in the state playoffs. We have high expectations that will be a result of tremendous work ethic and great depth at many positions.

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