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2018 Team Previews: Ligonier Valley @LVRamsFootball

Written by: on Thursday, August 23rd, 2018


Head Coach: Roger Beitel

Assistant Coaches:
Corey Turcheck,
Adam Foust,
Scott Lewandowski,
Karl Petrof,
Brandon Rensko,
Matt Hoover,
Dave Shannon,
Tyler Foust,
Denny Henderson,
John Vida,
Larry Stormer,
Tim Caldwell

Team Name: Ligonier Valley Rams

2017 Record: 13-1

Key Starters Lost: Jackson Daugherty, Joe Dubics, Aaron Sheeder, Michael McVicker, Avery Arnone, Cole Peters, Nathan Burns, Rob Ray, Ty Courtney

Offensive Starters Returning: Sr WR/DB Aaron Tutino, 5’10” 170
Sr WR/DB Sully Schueltz 6’0″ 170
Sr QB John Caldwell 5’10 160
Sr OT Blake Bridge 5’10” 230
Jr OT Mike Petrof 6’2″ 273
Jr TE Cage Dowden 6’1″ 230
Jr RB Sam Sheeder 5’11” 195

Defensive Starters Returning: Sr DE Blake Bridge 5’10” 230
Jr DE Christian Jablonski 6’5″ 240
Jr DT Mike Petrof 6’2′ 273
Sr DB Zach Beitel 5’11” 165
Sr DB Aaron Tutino 5’10” 170
Sr DB Sully Schueltz 6’0″ 170

Special Team Starters Returning: Sr. LS Zach Beitel
Sr. K Pete Stoll
Sr. P Sully Schueltz
Sr. KR Aaron Tutino

Key Newcomers: Sr DB Andrew Kuzemchak 5’11 170
Jr LB Ayden Kelley 5’8 203
Jr LB /RB Kyrie Miller 5’8″ 180
Jr LB Ethan Boring 5’9 180
Jr OL Alex Torrance 6’0 243

Key Stats: Ligonier Valley returns 13 lettermen from the 2017 team that won 13 games, along with numerous players that earned lots of varsity game experience.

2018 Offensive Outlook: Team looks to replace three starters on the offensive line. The ability to fill those voids is an early key to offensive success. Look for the offense to rely heavily on 2x All State player, Aaron Tutino. Skill players with big play capability will continue to be a staple of this offense.

2018 Defensive Outlook: The team strength going into camp will be the DL and secondary where most starters return in these positions. Development of linebackers will be the key defensive success for the Rams.

2018 Special Teams Outlook: Special teams should be a strong area for the Rams. The return of all key components in the kicking game will make this a solid area for the Rams.


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