2013 Fostoria Redmen
Team photo from left:
Row 1: Amani Seaburn, Courtney Gillian, Kaitlyn Gonyer, Alex Hersch, Brianna Nowicki, Hannah Nye, Cierra Medina, Mackenzie Nelson, Morgan Bernal
Row 2: Head coach Jim Kelly, assistant coach Doug Shaver, Allen Heacock, Caleb Peace, Deante Lincoln, Keegan Green, Deandre Bunley, Micah Randall, Michael Barchus, Kaleb Danko, assistant coach Julian Magallanes, assistant coach Dante Johnson
Row 3: Assistant coach Shane Parsons, Jordan Fuller, Eric Struble, Jimmie Cooper, Juan Mendez, Deandre Cannon, Dom Fuller, Maurice Haskins, Alex Navarro, Rayshawn Yarn, Isaiah Brough, Malik Slaughter, assistant coach Jeremy Robbins
Row 4: Assistant coach Paul Shoemaker, Carl Wilson, Jordyn Mathias, Brystan Baeder, Kyle Kreh, Gabe Thompson, Rolando Silva, CJ Twining, Jalin Williams, assistant coach Sam Meek
Row 5: Assistant coach Bryan Bernal, Tony Velazquez, Darien Tey, Donovan Vogel, Jarrett Lorenzen, Dae’Mier Johnson, Jayden Stanton, Xavier Galvan, Ryan Phillips, Chad Spangler, assistant coach Jon Ottney
Row 6: Assistant coach Sam Meek, Tysen Lata, Zack Jimmison, Gage Scott, Marcose Esquivel, Trent Dukes, Skyler Cramer, Tyrone Taylor, Bobby Melton, assistant coach Kurt Gilts
ABOUT THE TEAM:
Coach: Jim Kelly, second year
Last season: 0-10, 0-7 NBC
Returning letter winners: 9
Returning starters: Offense 5, defense 4
Schemes: Pro Style/50 Front
Top players: Senior Micah Randall, 6-1, 240, OT-DT. Juniors Dom Fuller, 6-0, 155, QB-CB; Deandre Cannon, 5-11, 155, WR-CB; Alex Navarro, 5-11, 220, FB-LB.
Outlook: Kelly is in his second season at Fostoria after spending four years as head coach at Lakota.
The Redmen have 45 players, but just seven are seniors.
“We have a few experienced juniors, and 18 freshmen that show a promising future,” Kelly said.
But he said the seniors are inexperienced except for Randall.
“We have a junior class that is athletic but, as a team, developing depth with a talented freshmen class is a key,” Kelly said. “We must develop depth and have our kids and stay healthy.”
Sep. 6-at Bowling Green
Sep. 13-at Sandusky Perkins
Sep. 20-at Elmwood
Oct. 4-at Genoa
Oct. 18-at Woodmore