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Fall Sports 2014

Fall Sports 2014

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2 - Paulding County Progress Fall Sports Wednesday August 27, 2014
Experience a positive for Panther football
By JIM LANGHAMSportswriter
 PAULDING As Kyle Coleman steps into his second season as head coach of Paulding, he is feeling good about the combination of experience and talent coming into his camp. One of the strong points Coleman likes in building his team this year is four seniors and an experienced junior on his lines, offensively and defensively. The Panthers have 39 players out for this year’s squad, including nine seniors. Four seniors, Bailey Combs, Lorenzo Salinas, Dakota Valdez and Isaac Ludwig, are expected to bring leadership experience into driving the line. In addition, junior Garrett Sitton has been a three-year starter. “We’ve got a lot of guys coming back upfront. The main thing is keeping them healthy,” said Coleman. “If we stay at full health, our lines are going to be very strong.” In the backfield, Coleman likes the good mix of skilled experience and talent to move the ball. “I feel like we have a good array of talent to do what we need to, not just one or two guys,” Coleman said. “We will run the ball when we can, but we’ve also got talent outside that will enable us to open the game up when we need to. “We’ve got some people that can go to the outside to help us keep people honest,” continued Coleman. “We’ll let circumstances dictate what we have to do to  put people in the best situation.” Preston Ingol, a sophomore, has matured and will be one of the go-to guys at taking the ball down the field. Ingol gained
MEMBERS OF THE PAULDING HIGH SCHOOL 2014 varsity football team are, front row from left – Kyle Gardner, Isaac Ludwig, Adam Deatrick, Treston Gonzales, Bailey Combs, Aaron Mock, Preston Gross, Dakota Valdez, Lorenzo Salinas; second row – Nathan Gee, Branson Minck, Corbin Edwards, Jarrett Sitton, Noah Gerschutz, Zach Buchman, Cameron Doster, Preston Ingol; third row – Tyler Spoor, Jacob Rodriquez, Tyler Nichols, Darion Rowe, Preston Johanns, Lupe Martinez, Aaron Horstman, James Mourey, Caleb Ripke, Dakota Diaz; back row – Hunter Powell, Andrew Yates, Hunter Vogel, Noah Nicelley, Zaine Craig, Colton Lloyd, Austin Howell, Isiah Theobold, Blake Bussing, Ben Estle, Tycen Proxmire, Anthony Garcia, Coach Kyle Coleman, Coach Derrick Baksa, Coach Tyler Arend, Coach Jeff Price. (Photo courtesy Matt Arellano)
 Defensively, Coleman goes back to the health factor. With a large number of players going both ways, strength and tolerance are going to be key factors. “We have a lot of guys playing both ways,” observed Coleman. “With a couple of younger guys coming back, I feel that  both lines, offensive and defensive can be good up front. We have some linebackers experience his freshman year but has gained strength over the year. At the quarterback slot, Zach Baughman is expected to call the signals while Corbin Edwards will be one of his go-to individuals along the sidelines as a wide receiver. “The biggest thing we need to work on is to be more consistent,” said Coleman. “We’ve had our good times and bad times. That’s something we’re talking about a lot in camp so far.”
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and a little bit of depth on the outside.” One of Coleman’s biggest challenges is building depth for the team. With 30 underclassmen as a plus, the coach believes that depth charts will improve early in the season. “We’re trying to build depth. We have a lot of young players,” Coleman said. “The main thing is getting the freshmen to adjust to varsity ball. It’s quite a change going from junior high ball straight to varsity. They don’t have a freshmen team to help them to adjust. They have to learn how we  play and how we practice. “The freshmen and sophomores have good numbers. The sophomore class is extremely talented,” continued Coleman. As for the special teams, Coleman said that decisions are still being made. “We’ve got a couple of guys that do a nice  job kicking, but we’re still in preseason,” stressed Coleman. “We have some good experienced snappers. We have a number of good athletes that can help out in this area.” One thing Coleman is certain of, it is going to be a solid year in the Northwest Conference. The coach likes Crestview, last year’s conference champion, with lots of returning talent as a major factor in league play. “Delphos Jefferson has 60 players out for their team and they have lots of talent,” observed Coleman. “You’ve got to put them near the top. “But there are a lot of teams that are going to be just plain solid, Bluffton, Ada, Allen East , Spencerville and Columbus Grove all have talent that is going to make them good  programs. The whole conference is tough this year. This is going to be a year that is really good for the Northwest Conference,” noted Coleman.
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