St. John's Jesuit Titans

Three Rivers Athletic Conference

2013 St. John's Jesuit Titans
2013 St. John's Jesuit Titans

Team photo from left:

Row 1: Keith Pace, Alex Gum, Makai Veasley, Collin Korte, Kevin Butson, Cole Jimerson, head coach Doug Pearson, Trevor Walsh, Matt Dominique, Ben Rubel, Denver Huntermark, Joe Pool, John Granato

Row 2: Bryson Ritchey, Grant Aughenbaugh, Geno DeMarco, Pete Burkett, Evan Yoder, Eddie O'Reilly, Sean Welling, Nolan Silberhorn, Alex Archer, Tony King, Ben Uncapher, Michael Britsch

Row 3: Renzo Cordero, Charles Awls II, Christian King, Larry Glover, Andrew Weber, Ben Schafer, Maxwell McCormick, Craig Mays, Christopher Lepre, Erc Geer, Hunter Brown, Garrett Ward

Row 4: Jeramey Frelin, AJ Macino, Alhajie Dumbuya, Nate Rose, Jonathan Friesner, Ben Dubielak, Jacob Wymer, Dick Anderson, Cameron Kaser, Tyler Kratzman, Jacob Businger

Row 5: Phillip Shook, Charlvon Gaston, James Turner, Brandon Dudley, Corey Pargo Jr., Ryan Rubel, Wyatt Johnoff, Sean Rattay, Max Toerne, Jacob Jeffries, Matt Padanilam, Jacob Newcomer

Row 6: Trevin Dickerson, Ben Roper, Collin Hurt, Harrison Malak, Alex Jewell, Kyle Blausey, Noah Elliot, Bennett Miller, Elijah Pickett, Brad Douglas, Rick Currey

Row 7: Ayami Sato (athletic trainer), Jackson Huang (manager), Greg Wobser (director of football operations), Coaches Shawn Simms, Matt Daniels, Robert Taylor, Corey A. Pargo, Robert Garber, Brandon Carter, Greg Peters, Rick Rattay, Butch Welling



Coach: Doug Pearson, 12th year

Last season: 4-6, 4-3 TRAC

Returning letter winners: 16

Returning starters: Offense 3, defense 4

Schemes: Spread option/​multiple front

Top players: Seniors Geno Demarco, 6-3, 250, OT-DE; Joe Pool, 6-0, 185, WR-DB; Sean Welling, 6-2, 265, OL-DL; Trevor Walsh, 6-4, 214, TE-DE; Collin Korte, 6-0, 195, RB-LB; Evan Yoder, 6-1, 220, OL-LB; Nolan Silberhorn, 6-4, 208, QB; Eddie O’Reilly, 5-10, 220, OL-DL. Junior Craig Mays, 6-3, 215, WR.

Outlook: The Titans look to rebound from a rare losing season, and Pearson is hoping good team chemistry will be a springboard in that process. Lack of depth in the secondary and on the offensive line are the chief concerns entering the season.

“We have to work on developing depth,” Pearson said. “We have some thin areas that we need to address quickly. Overall, the kids are working hard.”



Aug. 29-Cleveland Heights

Sep. 6-at Birmingham Brother Rice

Sep. 13-Hilliard Darby

Sep. 20-St. Francis at UT

Sep. 27-Findlay

Oct. 4-at Clay

Oct. 11-at Lima Senior

Oct. 18-Central Catholic

Oct. 25-at Whitmer

Nov. 1-Fremont Ross