Row 1: Brooks Miller (manager), Carson Meyer (manager), Caleb Ranzau (manager), Quinton Ranzau, Jacob Wagner, Lee Klinger, Evan Wyse, Lincoln Parsley, Jase Grosjean, Travis Jaramillo, Shane Eicher (manager), Dawson Liechty (manager), Mason Miller (manager)
Row 2: Justin Lovejoy, Matt Petersen, Blake Baden, Isaac Burkholder, Skylar Gericke, Levi Wyse, Zach Belknap, Logan Baynes, Aaron Zimmerman, Tristan Penrod, Nathaniel Ballmer, Ethan Warncke, Hayden Galvan, Brandon Goering, Stephan Manahan
Row 3: Isaac Petersen, Alex Weaver, Mitchell Hogrefe, Seth Mayer, Garrett Grime, Jacob Rodriguez, Lukas Rodriguez, Lukas Rufenacht, Oran Humbert, Collin King, Will Collins, Derek Walker, Derek Humbert, Benny Gomez, Ben Bucklew
Row 4: Jaryd Hobbs, Andrew Wyse, Jacob Montes, Elijah Esquibel, Isaiah Esquibel, Brennen Kruse, Bryce Huber, Austin Wilson, Toby Walker, Camden Warncke, Elijah Alvarado, Levi Carmody, Sean Rocha, Noah Quintanilla
Row 5: Coaches Brett Cordy, Jake Downey, head coach Bryan Miller, Dan Grime, Cody Ruffer, David Dominique, Baldo Quintanilla, Todd Ranzau, Ryan Sell
ABOUT THE TEAM
Coach: Bryan Miller, fifth year
Last season: 8-3, 6-2 NWOAL
Returning letter winners: 17
Returning starters: Offense 6, defense 5
Top players: Seniors Evan Wyse, 6-0, 190, QB-LB; Jase Grosjean, 5-8, 135, WR; Lee Klinger, 6-0, 240, OL-DL; Lincoln Parsley, 6-0, 175, WR-S. Juniors Levi Wyse, 5-10, 160, WR-S; Isaac Burkholder, 6-0, 180, OL-LB.
Outlook: The Blue Streaks are one of the most talented teams in the NWOAL, and will likely to challenge for the championship.
Quarterback Evan Wyse completed 153 of 255 passes for 2,446 yards, including 19 TDs last season, while rushing for 917 yards and scoring 17 TDs.
Parsley accounted for 35 catches for 655 yards, including five TDs. Levi Wyse recorded 24 catches for 313 yards (four TDs), and Grosjean pulled in 14 catches for 328 yards (two TDs).
The Blue Streaks are also talented on defense. Parsley had 49 tackles and two interceptions last season. Grosjean made 41 tackles and had three interceptions.
"We have a lot of potential," Miller said. "As always, we will need to stay healthy and must have our young guys step into their new varsity roles."
Aug. 30-at Hicksville
Sep. 20-at Evergreen
Oct. 4-at Montpelier
Oct. 11-at Delta
Oct. 18-Patrick Henry
Oct. 25-at Wauseon
Nov. 1-Liberty Center