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2019 Team Previews: DuBois Area Beavers @DuBoisFootball

Written by: on Tuesday, August 6th, 2019

 

2018 Season Record
4-7

2019 Schedule: https://pafootballnews.com/dubois-beavers/

DATE

OPPONENT

LOCATION

TIME/SCORE

08-17 Bradford  Bradford (SCR) Bradford Stadium 11:00 am
08-23 Clearfield  Clearfield (0-0) Bison Stadium 7:00 pm
08-30 General McLane  General McLane (0-0) * Linden Field 7:00 pm
09-06 Warren  Warren (0-0) * War Memorial Field 7:00 pm
09-13 Franklin  Franklin (0-0) * Mansell Stadium 7:00 pm
09-20 Oil City  Oil City (0-0) * Mansell Stadium 7:00 pm
09-27 Erie  Erie (0-0) * Mansell Stadium 7:00 pm
10-04 Fort LeBoeuf  Fort LeBoeuf (0-0) * Mansell Stadium 7:00 pm
10-11 Meadville  Meadville (0-0) * Dr. Albert Bender Stadium 7:00 pm
10-18 Hollidaysburg  Hollidaysburg (0-0) Mansell Stadium 7:00 pm
10-25 Brookville  Brookville (0-0) Brookville HS Football Stadium 7:00 pm
Head Coach
Justin Marshall
Assistant Coaches
Jason Shilala
Todd Stiner
Ryan Benson
Kyle Bish
Randy Marshall
Rob Fay
Bill Clark
Key Starters Lost
Eric Schneider QB/WR/DB
Dylan McCluskey RB/LB/K/P
Blaise Carney FB/DE
Johnny Pendleton OL/DL
Jordan Frano OL/DL
AJ Boyle FS
Dalton Woodrow SS
Coy Donahue CB
Liam Wilderoter DT
Offensive Starters Returning
Sr. Chase Husted TE 6’8 210
Sr. Alex Kovalyak QB 6’3 185
Sr. Nick DiLullo WR 5’8 160
Sr. Michael Eisman RB 6’1 175
Sr. Alex O’Harah G 6’1 240
Sr. Lucas Buchanan C 6’1 275
Jr. Bobby Kennis G 6’4 320
Sr. Nate Barr T 6’1 205
Defensive Starters Returning
Sr. Chase Husted DE 6’8 210
Sr. Michael Eisman LB 6’1 175
Sr. Nate Barr LB 6’1 205
Jr. Lance Henninger LB 5’11 175
Special Team Starters Returning
None
Key Newcomers
Sr. Justin Swauger WR/LB 6’1 180
Jr. Dale Kot WR/SS 6’0 160
Jr. Zach Shilala WR/CB 6’0 155
Jr. Ruben Estrada RB/LB 5’8 165
So. AJ Nicastro T/DT 6’1 235
So. Mitchell Drahushak G/DT 5’10 240
What does your offense need to improve on from last year?
We need to eliminate turnovers and convert in the red zone. We were able to move the ball up and down the field, but left far too many points out there by turning the ball over or failing to score in the red zone. For us to be as successful as we believe we can be, those two areas are key.
What does your defense need to improve on from last year
We have to be better against the run. We stopped the pass fairly well, but gave up too much on the ground, and the short runs turned into big plays later in games.
What are your overall thoughts on this years team?
I believe that we have a chance to really turn the page this year. We have a big senior class coming back, and some promising underclassmen who could really make an impact. Our kids have really bought in this offseason. We have had record numbers in the weight room and at workouts. They are a tight-knit group and they are hungry for success.

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