August 19, 2009
Northeast Suburban Life
Dietz brothers set to lead CCD By Anthony Amorini
All things offense will once again revolve around the brothers Dietz for the Cincinnati Country Day Indians. Senior running back Max Dietz is the “focal point” of the Indians’ offense after taking Division VI All State honors in 2008, head Dunn coach Tim Dunn said. Max received handoffs, pitches and passes from his older brother Alex Dietz, a 2009 graduate, last fall. Sophomore Jake Dietz takes over at quarterback for Alex and gives Max yet another sibling delivering the ball. “We think our skill guys are good enough to make us a threat, but Alex was very effective,” Dunn said of shifting to a sophomore Dietz at quarterback rather than a senior. “We hope we can pass a little to keep some balance, but we’ll see how it goes with a sophomore quarterback.” Judging from Alex’s and Max’s successes in 2008, Dunn hopes Jake hits the ground running, he said. Max led CCD with 1,163 yards rushing and 21 touchdowns last fall. He also accounted for 627 yards receiving. Alex threw for almost 1,200 yards and rushed for more than 400 yards as a senior. Senior running back Lawrence Ervin is also a returning starter for the Indians. Ervin scored 36 points for the Indians as a junior. On the offensive line, seniors Matt Lesser and Clint Thomas are the only players returning for Dunn. “We don’t have a lot of size on the line and they are young,” Dunn said. “We will be depending a lot on the young guys on the line.” Defensively, Ervin returns to the Indians’ secondary after tallying 100 tackles including 75 unassisted in 2008. Junior inside linebacker Wyatt Tiffany finished with 74 tackles last fall and returns to anchor the Indians’ defense alongside Ervin, Dunn said. Lesser and Thomas, both defensive linemen, finished
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Mick Abrahamson Chance Aldred Jules Cantor Reed Davis Basil DeJong Jake Dietz Max Dietz Scottie Dillingham Will Duncan Lawrence Ervin Evan Finch Will Fritz Conner Frohm Emmett Gladden Vincent Hardon Devere Highsmith Matt Lesser Matthew Mack Anthony McDaniel Arjun Minhas Robert Park Jordan Patterson Russell Patterson Jon Strickland Clint Thomas Wyatt Tiffany Ben Valido Jack Victor Hawkins Warren Trevor Yates
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with 45 tackles and 40 tackles, respectively. Thomas also produced nine sacks for CCD. “I think we still have to grow a lot as a team,” Dunn said while looking forward to games against 2008 playoff teams including North College Hill, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy and Lockland. “We have to have a good night to beat any one of those three teams, but it would be nice,” Dunn added.
Aug. 28 @ Clermont Northeastern Sept. 4 Oyler Sept. 11 @ Taylor Sept. 17 @ Clark Montessori – 6:30 p.m. Sept. 25 @ Summit Country Day – 7 p.m. Oct. 2 @ North College Hill Oct. 9 Dayton Christian Oct. 16 Lockland Oct. 23 @ New Miami Oct. 30 Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy All games at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
Cincinnati Country Day linebacker Wyatt Tiffany charges toward the line on a blitz during a scrimmage Friday, Aug. 14, against Mariemont.
Cincinnati Country Day running back Max Dietz, right, takes a handoff from Lawrence Ervin during a scrimmage Friday, Aug. 14, against Mariemont.
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