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SPT Fremont St. Joseph football team FROM LEFT:
Row 1: Logan Hartley, Zack Yeckley, Alex Veleba, Jacob
Wurzel, Luke Steirwalt, Jordan Sessler
Row 2: Lucas Michael, Jaeden Sherman, Sean Vasquez,
Matt Fox, Ryan Williams, Jacob Widman, Corey Durbin,
Bennett Weickert, Mitchell Gonya, Marcus Kerr
Row 3: Alexander Hicks, Nolan Smith, Bobby Mancha,
Grant Mercer, Nick Militello, Hunter Harrison, Nick
McNair, Travis Cook, Zack Florino, Jacob Hyde
Row 4: Tyler Drown, Parker Steirwalt, Kyle Veleba, Jake
Yeckley, Brock Schultz, Nick Magro, Cameron Wasson,
Kyle Meyer, Ben Wonderly
FROM LEFT: Row 1: Logan Hartley, Zack Yeckley, Alex Veleba, Jacob Wurzel, Luke Steirwalt, Jordan Sessler Row 2: Lucas Michael, Jaeden Sherman, Sean Vasquez, Matt Fox, Ryan Williams, Jacob Widman, Corey Durbin, Bennett Weickert, Mitchell Gonya, Marcus Kerr Row 3: Alexander Hicks, Nolan Smith, Bobby Mancha, Grant Mercer, Nick Militello, Hunter Harrison, Nick McNair, Travis Cook, Zack Florino, Jacob Hyde Row 4: Tyler Drown, Parker Steirwalt, Kyle Veleba, Jake Yeckley, Brock Schultz, Nick Magro, Cameron Wasson, Kyle Meyer, Ben Wonderly Enlarge
Published: Wednesday, 8/22/2012

NW OHIO

Fremont St. Joseph Streaks

Coach: Scott Knisely, third year

Last season: 4-6, 3-4 Midland Athletic League

Returning letter winners: 18

Returning starters: Offense 11, defense 9

Schemes: Spread/4-2-5

Top players: Seniors Zach Yeckley, 5-11, 190, QB; Luke Stierwalt 6-1, 200, LB; Jordan Sessler, 5-7, 145, WR/DB. Juniors Corey Durbin 6-1, 245, G/DE; Mitchell Gonya 5-11, 190, RB/CB; Grant Mercer, 6-4, 220, OT/DE; Nick Militello, 6-4, 320, NT.

Outlook: The entire offense returns, headed by the quarterback-receiver combination of Yeckley (1,771 yards passing, 17 TDs) and Sessler (51 receptions, 808 yards).

Sessler was All-MAL first team, while Yeckley was second team. First-team selection Stierwalt (185 tackles) headlines a defense that includes second-team picks Gonya, who is moving from linebacker to cornerback, and Mercer.

The Crimson Streaks look to reach the playoffs for the third time in four years. Former Lake defensive coordinator Steve Hankish takes over in the same role and will employ a 4-2-5 scheme. Helping him is former North Baltimore head coach Chip Hollenback. With a roster of only 38, depth will be a concern.

"The maturity of the team is something that can be seen," Knisely said. "A lot of that comes from last year. We were a young football team. The one plus we saw is we continued to get better each week.".

 

2012 FREMONT ST. JOSEPH SCHEDULE

Aug. 25-Liberty-Benton

Aug. 31-Sandusky St. Mary

Sept. 7-at Gibsonburg

Sept. 14-at Seneca East

Sept. 22-Carey

Sept. 28-at Lakota

Oct. 5-Hopewell-Loudon

Oct. 13-at Tiffin Calvert

Oct. 20-North Baltimore

Oct. 26-at Mohawk



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