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Tom Preaskorn
Season: 8th

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Tom Preaskorn begins his eighth season as the Allegany head football coach, having directed the Campers to 59 wins, 25 losses and a Maryland Class 1A state championship in 2005. His career win total is tied with that of Walter L. Bowers for the fourth highest in school history, while his .702 winning percentage is also fifth highest among coaches who have coached at least five years at Allegany. He is the third-winningest coach in Keyser football history at 54-24 .692), giving him a career coaching mark of 113-49 for a winning percentage of .698. The Campers’ 49-6 win over Hampshire in 2009 was the 100th victory of Preaskorn’s head coaching career, while Alco’s 41-20 win over Northern that season was the school’s 600th all-time victory. Preaskorn returned from a 10-month tour of duty in Iraq to lead the Campers to the state playoffs in 2008. All but two of Preaskorn’s teams have reached the postseason. Preaskorn became the 13th head coach in Allegany history on Monday, Jan. 5, 2004, and on Saturday, Dec. 10, 2005 the fourth head coach to lead the Campers to a state championship. A 1982 graduate of Allegany and a 1987 graduate of Shepherd University, Preaskorn was the head coach at Keyser for seven seasons, leading the Golden Tornado to the West Virginia state playoffs five times. His return to Allegany saw the Campers go 10-3 and advance to the state 1A semifinals. In 2005, the Campers ran the table to win the state title, becoming the first team in West-

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Jack Gilmore 12 102 Edward Schwarz 13 79 James Refosco 8 76 Tom Preaskorn 7 59 Walter L. Bowers 11 59 Herman Ball 7 54 Tim Kane 5 40 George Stimmel 6 40 Robert Pence 6 34 Roy Lester 4 23 Tim Foley 1 13 Bert Herbert 2 12 Dave Merrill 2 12 Chester Payne 2 7 Coach Yrs. W 34 45 11 25 33 13 16 19 21 10 1 7 8 11 L T Pct. 0 6 0 0 9 1 0 0 5 3 0 1 0 1 .750 .637 .874 .702 .641 .806 .714 .678 .618 .697 .929 .632 .600 .389

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Tim Foley Assistant Coach

Jeff Campbell Assistant Coach

COACHING STAFF

A veteran area coach, Tim Foley is back for his ninth season at Allegany, serving as the defensive coordinator after coaching at Frankfort and Southern, then at Keyser FOLEY under head coach Tom Preaskorn. In 2007, Foley served as Allegany’s interim head coach while Preaskorn served his military obligation in Iraq for the West Virginia Army National Guard and guided the Campers to a 13-1 record and a berth in the Maryland Class 1A state championship game, being named Area Coach of the Year by the Dapper Dan Club. Foley has had other head coaching experiences during his career, having been the head boys basketball coach and baseball coach at Frankfort, where he was also the long-time defensive coordinator for the Falcons.

Jeff Campbell coaches the varsity offensive line and defensive backs. He played on Allegany’s state championship teams of 1988 and 1989.

Joe Mullan Assistant Coach/Trainer

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Scott Bauer Assistant Coach

Joe Mullan, first team All-Area linebacker (1979) and running back (1980) for Allegany, enters his seventh year as an assistant coach and will coach MULLAN the varsity running backs and defensive backs, as well as serve as the Allegany trainer. Mullan played on the Campers’ 1978 and 1980 state championship teams and went on to play at Glenville State.

Scott Bauer coaches the varsity quarterbacks and defensive line. He quarterbacked the Campers to back-to-back Maryland Class 2A state championships (1988-89) BAUER under head coach Jack Gilmore, and his senior season was Area Offensive Player of the Year. Bauer is also the head coach of the Allegany baseball team.

Anthony Rumgay Assistant Coach

Anthony Rumgay returns for his second season on the Allegany staff, having assisted in the late 1990s, and will coach varsity offensive and defensive lines. Rum- RUMGAY gay graduated in 1987 and played under Jack Gilmore.

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Dave Lancaster Assistant Coach
Dave Lancaster enters his second season on the Allegany staff and will be the head junior varsity coach. He played on the 1980 state championship team under Jim Refosco LANCASTER and was first team AllArea and All-City defensive lineman. He also played semi-pro football.

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Danny Evix Assistant Coach

Danny Evix, an Allegany graduate, is in his second season on the coaching staff and is the head freshman coach.

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Bryan Hansel is new to the Allegany staff, but hardly new to Allegany football, having led the Campers to a 14-0 record and the 2005 Maryland 1A state championship HANSEL under Tom Preaskorn. A tight and linebacker, Hansel was named Area Player of the Year his senior season and went on to play football and graduate from Shepherd University. Hansel will coach the receivers and linebackers on varsity and assist the jayvee.

Brian Miller returns to the Allegany staff and will coach the freshman team. Miller previously served on the Camper staff under Jack Gilmore, whom he played for in 1988 when he was an AllCity and All-Area end, helping Allegany to a 13-0 season and the Maryland MILLER 2A state championship. Miller also coaches basketball at Allegany.

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Quick start turns into unlikely long season
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Allegany won its first two games then stumbled the rest of the way, going 1-7 to finish with a rare losing season and out of the playoffs for the second year in a row.

OAKLAND — Allegany held off a late Southern rally in the final minute to defeat the Rams in the season opener for both teams at Rams Stadium. The Campers saw their 24-14 halftime lead cut to 24-21 in the final minutes on an 83-yard Southern scoring drive, but were able to run out the clock after Southern’s unsuccessful onside kick attempt. Madison Wolford scored two of Allegany’s four touchdowns, one on a 15-yard run and the other one covering 65 yards. Wolford led the Campers ground game with 122 yards

Allegany 24, Southern 21

Allegany 42, MATHS 20

on 15 carries, while fullback Ryan Morgan rushed for 61 yards on nine carries. Quarterback Carter Imes was 5 for 13 passing for 89 yards and a touchdown covering 51 yards to Chris Fram. Just as it appeared the second half would go scoreless, the Rams stopped the Campers just short of a first down at the Southern 17 and got back into the game with a seven-play, 83-yard scoring drive, highlighted by a 43-yard completion to Colaw to put the ball on the 10. Two plays later, Sislo scored from five yards out with 1:03 left in the game and Wyatt McBee’s kick brought the Rams to within 24-21. Southern’s onside kick attempt went out of bounds and Allegany took possession and ran out the clock.

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Fram and quarterback Carter Imes connected twice for touchdown passes and the Allegany Campers met little resistance on the path to their second straight win to start the season as they handled the Maryland Academy of Technology and Health Sciences (MATHS) Panthers of Baltimore at Greenway Avenue Stadium. Imes was 5-of-6 passing for the Campers, for 114 yards. Ryan Morgan rushed for 67 yards on eight carries.

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The Campers accounted for just 161 yards of offense.

CUMBERLAND — The explosive Mountain Ridge Miners scored points quickly and in almost every way possible in a victory over Allegany on a crisp night for the school’s first victory in Cumberland’s Greenway Avenue Stadium. Madison Wolford accounted for a big chunk of the Allegany yards with an 80yard run in the first quarter and finished with 123 yards on 17 carries. Quarterback Carter Imes had a 63-yard touchdown pass to Calman McKenzie and scored on a oneyard sneak. Allegany put together a time-consuming 18 play, 74-yard drive that Imes finished with his one-yard sneak with 1:17 still left in the half. Strietbeck then connected with Harper on a 45-yard pass that just missed going for a touchdown and Logue booted the field goal for the 23-14 lead as the half ended. The final Allegany score came on a 53yard pass from Imes to McKenzie with 7:03 left in the third quarter.

Mountain Ridge 55, Allegany 20

KEYSER, W.Va. — After the first 20:51 of the game went without a point blemishing the scoreboard, Keyser unleashed a 34point onslaught to dust off Allegany at Alumni Field at Tornado Alley, handing the Campers their first shutout since late November 2004 when Joppatowne defeated Allegany, 30-0, in a Maryland Class 1A semifinal. Keyser used a variety of ballcarriers and a variety of receivers in piling up 434 yards of total offense, most notably Brandon Clay, who caught six passes for 118 yards and a touchdown. Quarterback Cody Eversole completed 7 of 12 passes for 152 yards with two touchdowns and no interceptions. The Golden Tornado rushed for 282 yards, led by Jamison Jones with 76 yards on six carries, J.R. Flint with 69 yards on 14 carries, scoring a touchdown on the ground and on a pass, and Danny Fife who rushed for 55 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries.

Keyser 34, Allegany 0

CUMBERLAND — The St. Albans of Washington, D.C. defense held Allegany to only 33 yards total offense as the Bulldogs took a 13-0 lead in the first half and the offense came up with big plays to hold off the Campers’ comeback attempt to come away with a victory in front of a sparse crowd Greenway Avenue Stadium. It was the third straight loss for the Campers. Junior quarterback Mike McCurdy completed 6-of-12 passes for 122 yards and also ran for 86 yards and a pair of touchdowns as St. Albans lifted its record to 4-1 with its fourth straight victory. Charles Cato carried the ball 14 times for 91 yards and scored the other two touchdowns. The Bulldogs had 188 yards on the ground and did a good job of controlling the ball by taking off most the 25 seconds second on the time clock on almost every play. Finding something that wasn’t there in the first half, the Campers went the 98 yards on 13 plays behind some tough running by junior Madison Wolford, who finished with 84 yards on 15 carries. Carter Imes completed a 26-yard pass to Christian Thomas and went over on a oneyard sneak on the first play of the fourth quarter. After a St. Albans penalty on a failed kick attempt, Wolford scored two points to cut the lead to 13-8. Ryan Morgan, who had an outstanding game on defense for the Campers, broke through to sack McCurdy twice for a pair of 12-yard losses that had the Bulldogs backed up at their own two. The punter then stepped out of the end zone for a safety with 4:03 left. “St. Albans is a really good team fundamentally and well-coached,” said Allegany coach Tom Preaskorn. “We played better in the second half in getting it to 13-8, but they made the big plays. We improved but are not playing very intelligently. We have some big games ahead and have just keep plugging to improve.”

St. Albans 28, Allegany 10

CUMBERLAND — Christian Thomas and Ryan Morgan scored three touchdowns and Calman McKenzie caught a pair of TD passes from Carter Imes as Allegany snapped a three-game skid with a 21-point victory over Frankfort on a warm, calm and rather defenseless night at Greenway Avenue Stadium. Thomas ran 17 times for 202 yards, Mor-

Allegany 57, Frankfort 36

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gan had 15 carries for 104 yards and Imes completed 8 of 14 passes for 148 yards for the Campers (3-3). McKenzie had four catches for 80 yards. Cole Smith had a 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown, Jeremy Leedom ran 14 times for 77 yards and a pair of touchdowns, and Damian Morgan and Ben Watson also scored for Frankfort (0-6). Even the defenses had rather offensive performances. Allegany had scored 10 points in its last two games. Frankfort averaged 10 points per game in its first five games. Together, they combined for 93 points and, unofficially, 875 yards of offense Allegany had 568 of the yards, 420 on the ground and 148 in the air. Frankfort rushed for 243 and finished with 307, and also got several big kick returns, including a 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown by Cole Smith. “We’ve been working on this all year. We knew we had some weapons out there and it just finally clicked,” said Allegany coach Tom Preaskorn of his offense. “We got all the pieces of the puzzle together tonight. “Carter Imes really stepped up, Calman McKenzie stepped up and when Madison Wolford got hurt, Christian Thomas came in and played a heck of a ball game,” Preaskorn added. “The offensive line performed well. We knew we had the capabilities. Great group of kids who work hard. They didn’t quit and they deserve this win.” Allegany scored on 58- and nine-yard touchdown runs and a 27-yard TD pass from Imes to McKenzie for a 21-0 lead after the first eight minutes.

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CUMBERLAND — The Allegany Campers took a chance by going for two points in an attempt to take the lead late in the game. The attempt failed, but it likely didn’t matter in the end as Calvert quarterback Jermaine Hunter broke off a 61-yard

Calvert 28, Allegany 20

touchdown run with 1:53 left in the game to give the Cavaliers a win at Greenway Avenue Stadium. Hunter also scored on a 90-yard touchdown run in the first quarter to finish with 167 yards on 11 carries. In all, the Cavaliers (3-4) rushed for 311 yards on 37 carries in finishing with 327 yards of offense. The Campers (3-4), who were playing without their leading ballcarrier, injured Madison Wolford, used methodical scoring drives to stay in the game after falling behind 14-0 in the first quarter and had a big game from junior wide receiver Calman McKenzie, who caught five passes for 66 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 48 yards on three carries. He also intercepted a pass on defense. Quarterback Carter Imes completed 7 of 13 passes for 91 yards and a touchdown. After the teams exchanged fumbles to start the second half, the Cavaliers put together an eight-play, 64-yard scoring drive, putting together a pair of first downs before Hunter found Cody Cisco for the 31yard touchdown pass, with Hayes’ kick making it 21-7. The Campers then took over at their 32 and put together a 12-play scoring drive of their own to get right back in it. McKenzie picked up 33 yards on a reverse, Morgan 15 on the following play and Imes six on a keeper to put the ball on the Calvert 11. After Imes picked up a first on fourthand-one from the two, Morgan barrelled over the right side for the touchdown at 11:56 of the fourth, with Fram’s kick making it 21-14. The drive covered 68 yards and ate 5:48 of clock. Allegany then forced a three-and-out, thanks to two big stops by Morgan, forcing Calvert to punt from its 17, with Allegany taking over at the Cavaliers’ 40. Imes went to McKenzie for a pair of first downs on a fourth-and-eight and a fourthand-nine, the plays picking up 12 and 14

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yards respectively, to put the ball at the Calvert 11, first and 10. After Morgan picked up five on first down, Thomas swept the right side for the touchdown from six yards out with 4:59 left in the game. to cap the 10-play, 40-yard scoring drive. Allegany then went for the win, going for two points, with Imes handing to Haden Bosley and Bosley pitching back to Imes. Imes’ pass into the end zone, however, fell incomplete. “We have a pretty good two-point play,” said Allegany head coach Tom Preaskorn. “We’ve used it in the past and it’s never not worked, but tonight we ran a wrong route. “We had the momentum at that point and I just felt it was the best time to try to go up on them.”

ACCIDENT — Northern scored on a long run on its very first play from scrimmage, and the Huskies jammed the ball down Allegany’s throat all evening to pick up their first-ever win over the Campers in Accident. Josh Mason and Alex Baker combined for over 360 rushing yards and scored four of Northern’s six touchdowns, while the Allegany passing game was non-existent and

Northern 41, Allegany 12

the running game wasn’t consistent enough as the Huskies improved to 4-4 and the Campers fell to 3-5. Things continued to collapse for the Campers when Rodeheaver stepped in front of a Carter Imes pass and went 15 yards for another Northern touchdown, making it 34-6 for the Huskies. Besides the pick-six, Rodeheaver tied for a team-high eight tackles. The Campers couldn’t complete one pass all night, going 0-for-11, with numerous dropped passes and missed receivers along the way. Allegany got back into the end zone with 8:46 on the clock in the fourth quarter when Wolford finished a 24-yard drive with a run of five yards, cutting the lead to 34-12. The Campers recovered the ensuing onsides kick, but turned the ball over on downs four plays later. Allegany was able to run for 203 yards, but 67 of those came on the first play from scrimmage, and the team had trouble stringing runs together to sustain drives.

Chestnut Ridge 49, Allegany 28

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responsible for six touchdowns and 350 yards as Chestnut Ridge pulled away from Allegany in the second half of a win at Greenway Avenue Stadium. Tied 21-21 at halftime, the Lions outscored the Campers 28-7 in the second half to improve to 6-3. Hengst ran in four touchdowns while gaining 201 yards on the ground, and threw two touchdowns while passing for 149 yards. Allegany was held to 278 yards. Ryan Morgan led all Allegany rushers by gaining 145 yards on 14 carries. Allegany had trouble getting the Lions off the field as Chestnut Ridge gained 28 first downs (20 rushing, eight passing), while the Campers picked up a total of 12.

CUMBERLAND — The Clay brothers ran wild, the defense came up big and the Fort Hill Sentinels, a bit nervous in the early going, beat Allegany in a Homecoming landslide on a sunny Saturday afternoon at Greenway Avenue Stadium. Garrett Clay and Dylan Clay combined for five touchdowns and more than 300 yards rushing as the Sentinels posted a Maryland public school record 14th 10-0 regular season. Fort Hill, which has won

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five of the last six meetings, leads the alltime series 49-32-4. Garrett Clay ran nine times for 155 yards and three touchdowns, while Dylan Clay ran seven times for 153 yards and two scores. Ryan Briner and Lance Fullwood had short touchdown runs, with Briner’s coming on the second play of the game. Garrett Clay’s 86-yard touchdown run in the third quarter set a record for the longest run in Homecoming game history, breaking the previous record of 75 set by Allegany’s Eric Taylor in 1979, and Allegany wide receiver Calmon McKenzie tied a Homecoming record with five receptions. Allegany (3-7) fumbled the opening kickoff, which was recovered by Fort Hill’s Marcus Lee at the 15, and Briner covered the distance in two plays, scoring just 30 seconds into the game. The poor start didn’t faze the Campers, however, who put together a terrific 14-play, 63-yard drive, converting a pair of fourthdown plays, with Christian Thomas scoring on a fourth-and-one. The drive ate up 6:52 of the clock and tied the game 7-7 with 4:38 left in the quarter. Ryan Morgan ran 17 times for 57 yards and Imes ran 14 times for 55 yards for Allegany. McKenzie had five catches for 42 yards.

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That’s the Campers slogan for this season after dealing with two uncharateristic years
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CUMBERLAND — Don’t take the trouble to tell the Allegany Campers the past two football seasons aren’t exactly what the doctor orders at Campobello. In fact, don’t take the trouble to say, frankly, that 12 losses in the past 20 games just will not do. While you’re at it, don’t even bother telling them anything about the wretched 2010 and 2011 seasons that concluded with records of 5-5 and 3-7, respectively; they are keenly aware of the significance of it all. “Our slogan this year is ‘Make It Personal,’ said Allegany head coach Tom Preaskorn, “because the last two years weren’t the best seasons at Allegany. The kids need to take that on their shoulder and take it personal, and take it to every down and every

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game and compete and finish. They have to know they won’t be handed anything.” Despite not having a returning firstteam Times-News All-Area player for the first time since the all-star team was established in 1976 (Ryan Morgan was secondteam linebacker and honorable mention running back last season), the Campers do return an experienced nucleus — an experienced nucleus with talent — and a junior class that has experienced success at the freshman and junior varsity levels. “I think we have all the pieces of the puzzle,” Preaskorn said. “We just have to put that puzzle together, and we slowly are putting it together.” Slowly, in part, because of the loss in practice time due to the state of Maryland’s first-year preseason-practice heat acclimatization policies. “With the limited practice time we’ve had because of the heat restrictions, we’re a little behind,” Preaskorn said, “but we’re fortunate to have experienced players to work with.” Experienced players whom Preaskorn says, “have worked really hard in the weight room during the offseason. They come out motivated ready to listen and

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learn.” Which is a good thing in the veteran head coach’s eyes since the Allegany players have taken the vow and chugged the kool-aid to make it personal this season. “What I like is the competition on the practice field,” Preaskorn said. “We have some players who have been two-year starters, but they’re being pushed by the junior class. There are a lot of skill kids and good athletes, but we’re not handing anything out. They’re going to have to earn it. They’re going to have to compete, and they are.” Returning at quarterback is Carter Imes (6foot-1, 200 pounds, Sr.), who last year completed 45 of 110 passes for 735 yards, eight touchdowns and eight interceptions. He also rushed for 190 yards on 69 carries, scoring a pair of touchdowns. “Carter is a fantastic IMES kid to coach,” said Preaskorn. “He’s everything coaches look for. He’s dedicated himself to the weight room, and he does the little extras to make himself better. You could have seen him

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any day this summer at the stadium working and preparing for the season. “He’s a super kid, he’s very coachable and we expect big things from him. He’s a three-year starter, but he’s being pushed by Trenton Eirich. Trenton is doing a fine job for us at quarterback.” Eirich (5-11, 157, Jr.) was the starting quarterback on Allegany’s junior varsity team last season. At halfback for the Campers will be Christian Thomas (6-0, 170, Sr.) and Madison Wolford (510, 184, Sr.), both of whom started last year, along with Dalton Golliday (5-9., EIRICH 165, Jr.) and Brady Hillegas (5-9, 145, Jr.). “There’s a lot of competition there,” Preaskorn said of his halfbacks, “and I think competition creates better players. Any four of them could start for us at halfback.” Thomas rushed for 412 yards on 63 carries as a junior, scoring seven THOMAS

can “ Youaboutsay the same thing Christian as you do about Carter. You couldn’t ask for a better kid. He’s positive, he responds well and he’s just a great team player. He’s a player who can make the plays for us.

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touchdowns. He also caught five passes for 72 yards. “You can say the same thing about Christian as you do about Carter. You couldn’t ask for a better kid. He’s positive, he responds well and he’s just a great team player. He’s a player who can make the plays for us.”

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Wolford was the leading rusher for Allegany last year, in eight games picking up 580 yards on 89 carries, scoring five touchdowns. He caught three passes for 52 yards and led the team in all-purpose yards with 854. Battling for the starting WOLFORD fullback position are Wade McGee (5-9, 170, Jr.) and Dylan Shockey (5-8, 197, Jr.). In seven varsity MCGEE FRAM games last year, McGee rushed for 122 yards on 24 carries, while Shockey picked up 22 yards Running back Christian Thomas

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on two carries in five games. At tight end is Chris Fram (5-10, 188, Sr.), who Preaskorn says is being pushed by Colton Sivic (61, 180, Jr.). Fram caught eight passes last year for 175 yards and four touchdowns. The Campers are big SIVIC up front, beginning with starting tackles Antonio Destefano (6-1, 273, Sr.) and William Tevis (6-0, 323, Sr.), who gave Fort Hill fits in the first half of the Homecoming Game last year, lining up in the backfield as an enormous blocking back in an attempt to negate the Sentinels’ speed advanANT. DESTEFANO tage by running directly at it. Cameron Shaffer (5-11, 221, Jr.) is also working at tackle, as is Garrett Maiers (6-1, 294, Sr.). “Unfortunately,” said Preaskorn, “Garrett twisted his ankle, but when he comes back he will fight for the tackle position and maybe move SHAFFER one of the other (tackles) down at guard.” The starting guards are Garrett Bittinger (5-9, 173, Sr.) and Aniellio Destefano (6-0, 178, Sr.). At split end are Hayden Bosley (5-11, 155, Sr.) and Ryan Murphy (5-11, 150, Sr.). Out of the backfield last year, Bosley rushed for 45 yards and two touchdowns on 21 carries. “We have a lot of speed on this team,” said Preaskorn, “more speed than in the past. Our offensive line is big up front and

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we’ll rely on Carter’s experience to mix the ball up with the pass. “If anything, I’d say what sticks out about us offensively would be balance. We have good quality running backs and good balance to take away a lot of keys.” BITTINGER Defensively, Preaskorn says, “I like the way they’re moving to the football. They’re hustling. They bring good quickness in the secondary and at linebacker. We’ve got a nice mixture of size and quickness up front as well.” At inside linebacker are ANI. DESTEFANO Kirk Robinette (6-1, 164, So.), Shockey and Casey McCagh (5-11, 190, Sr.). The outside linebackers are Thomas and Sivic, who are also being challenged by Wolford and Hillegas. At one defensive end is Aniellio Destefano, the leading tackler on the team last season, who also had five sacks and three

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Which, given the way the previous two seasons have gone at Allegany, is one way to keep the point alive to his players that even if they think they were born on third base, it would be incorrect for them to believe they hit a triple. “Winning is contagious and so is losing,” said Preaskorn. “We have to get the attitude straightened out. We MURPHY have to get senior leadership, we have to get the proper mindset. And if the senior leadership comes through, we can have a great seaSHOOK son.”
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