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3 Minute Magic sponsors farragutpress How the West Was Won for fourth year Five westside teams battle for Division I prize Christian Academy of Knoxville is hungry for a double repeat in 2012, having claimed the farragutpress How the West Was Won, presented by 3 Minute Magic Carwash championship en route to a Class 3A state football title last season. With last season’s powerpacked Warriors offense returning almost intact, that might happen. However, four other TSSAA Division I westside high schools will compete for farragutpress HWWW, a unique and popular West Knox County contest rewarding the best regular season record. Farragut, Hardin Valley

Academy, Bearden and Knoxville Catholic — four Division I programs all larger than CAK — are vying to grab HWWW annual rotating award, a bronzed Stetson cowboy hat. HWWW contest has been made possible in recent seasons thanks to Jim Rooney, 3 Minute Magic Carwash owner/operator. “I think it’s just a fantastic sponsorship, being connected to the young people in our community is vital to the growth of our business,” Rooney said. “I’ve been involved in youth sports for the last 15 years. It’s hard to break away from that. “I’m looking forward to

another great year of football in West Knox County and being the sponsor for How the West Was Won,” Rooney added. “It’s a great honor and we look forward to doing it for many years to come.” Among Division I’s five 3 Minute HWWW teams, CAK is the only one that doesn’t play any of the other four. However, with this contest, “It’s a way to compete against all the other teams in the area without actually playing them,” Warriors head coach Rusty Bradley said. “Kinda keeps us competing against each other. “Knowing the caliber of the teams that we’re competing against for that award, obvi-

ously it’s a huge challenge but it’s something that we’re excited about,” Bradley added. Eddie Courtney, FHS head coach, also expressed enthusiasm for HWWW contest. “I think the How the West Was Won rivalry is certainly a very positive thing for West Knox County,” Courtney said. “There’s a lot of great football programs in West Knox. It just adds a little bit more to what Friday night football’s all about.” If two or more of the five Division I teams end in a tie for best regular season record, most points scored would be used as the tie breaker. If that number also was the same,

then most points given up would be considered. The other HWWW Division I head coaches — HVA’s Wes Jones, Bearden’s Brad Taylor and Catholic’s Scott Meadows — also have expressed strong support for the contest. Courtney also pointed to “bragging rights, and kids get to recognize their accomplishments for having a successful season” as contest incentives. About CAK capturing its first-ever HWWW crown and winning its first-ever state title last season, “It was exciting to watch,” Rooney said. “I would love to see a state championship come out of the West Knox community.”

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2C • FARRAGUTPRESS THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 2012

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2012 FOOTBALL FRENZY All High School Games Played At 7:30 PM Unless Noted Farragut 08-17 08-24 09-01 09-07 09-14 09-28 10-05 10-11 10-19 10-26

Dobyns Bennett Oak Ridge Catholic McMinn Co. West Heritage Bearden Maryville Lenoir City William Blount

Bearden A H A H H A H A H A

08-17 08-24 08-31 09-07 09-14 09-28 10-05 10-12 10-19 10-26

Christian Academy of Knoxville 08-17 08-25 08-31 09-06 09-14 09-21 09-28 10-12 10-19 10-25

Anderson Co. Darlington (7:00 pm) Stone Memorial Grace Christian (7:00 pm) Loudon Gibbs Scott County Kingston LaVergne Alcoa (7:00 pm)

08-17 08-24 09-01 09-14 09-21 09-28 10-05 10-12 10-19 10-26

Knox Central Cleveland Farragut William Blount Webb Lenoir City Maryville West Heritage Bearden

Hardin Valley Morristown William Blount Rhea County Lenoir City Maryville Farragut Heritage West Catholic

H A H A A H A A H H

Hardin Valley

A H H H A A A H A A

08-17 08-24 09-07 09-14 09-21 09-28 10-05 10-12 10-19 10-26

Knox Catholic

Bearden Heritage Clinton Campbell Co. Central Powell Halls Oak Ridge Anderson Co. Karns

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Webb H A H A H H A A H A

08-18 08-25 08-31 09-07 09-14 09-21 09-28 10-05 10-19 10-26

UT Volunteers 08-31 09-08 09-15 09-22 09-29 10-13 10-20 10-27 11-03 11-10 11-17 11-24

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4C • FARRAGUTPRESS THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 2012

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Admirals

FARRAGUT HIGH SCHOOL

When the Farragut High School football team finally takes the field the Admirals will hope to culminate an offseason of labor. The Admirals made an early exit from the 2011 playoffs and went 7-5 last season. Farragut didn’t sit around brooding over a disappointing campaign. “We started working as soon as we could,” Admirals senior center Patrick Doucette said. “Making an early exit from the playoffs is not something that we’re used to.” The Admirals, who open the season Aug. 17 with a tough road test against Kingsport Dobyns-Bennett, hit the weight room in January in preparation for one of East Tennessee’s toughest schedules. The Ads compete in Tennessee’s toughest Class AAA district: District 4-AAA features the likes of Bearden, Knoxville Catholic, two-time defending Class 6A champion Maryville, twotime Class 5A semifinalist West, Bearden, Heritage, William Blount and Lenoir City. “Our district is one of the toughest in the state,” senior offensive lineman Brett Dockery said. “It’s a great district and we play really good competition. “I love playing against those guys on Friday nights. It’s a great atmosphere and you get chill bumps.” Farragut’s 2012 squad features a bevy of talented veterans. Top returners include: Jackson Fain (senior, running back); Josh Gbendah (senior, running back); Bryan Phillips (junior, quarterback); Jake Bruce (senior, free safety); Franklin Bruce (senior, wide receiver); Aaron Suadi (junior, wide receiver); Billy Williams (junior, tight end); Jonathan King (senior, kicker/punter/quarterback); Christian Jetton (junior, outside linebacker); Blake Farmer (junior, wide receiver); Mitch White (junior, line-

backer); Charvis Coffey (junior, cornerback); Taylor Hunt (senior, cornerback); Java Rodriquez (junior, linebacker); Cody Reinke (senior, cornerback); J. Bo Partin (sophomore, outside linebacker); Chris Farner (junior, linebacker); Justin Brabson (junior, cornerback); Anwar Al Hussein (junior, defensive end); Doucette; Dockery; Nick Henningsen (senior, linebacker); C.T. Leavell (senior, noseguard); Andrew Saah (junior, offensive guard); Justin Mowery (senior, offensive tackle); and Mason Taylor (senior, offensive tackle). The Ads have the experience and talent to possibly make a deep playoff run but a tough slate of opponents will stand in the way —- as always. In addition to the rigorous conference schedule and an opener in Kingsport, Farragut also has home non-conference tilts against Oak Ridge Aug. 24 and McMinn County Sept. 7. Longtime head coach Eddie Courtney said

“These guys have been working hard and they’re ready to go.” - Eddie Courtney Admirals head coach

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that he routinely schedules some of the state’s best teams. “We take pride in our schedule,” Courtney said. “We want people to respect us. “We play in the toughest district and we have three tough non-district opponents in Kingsport, Oak Ridge and McMinn County. In high school, you get the opportunity to play 10

games. Last year, nine of the 10 teams we played made the playoffs.” Courtney said his team’s biggest strength is experience. He’s also commended his veteran team’s work ethic. “We had a great spring and a great summer,” he said. “These guys have been working hard and they’re ready to go.”

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Jackson Fain Josh Gbendah Brad Russell Billy Williams Aaron Suadi Justin Brabson Jake Bruce Bryan Phillips Cameron Urevick Jake Rees Davis Dardaman Grant Valeriano Franklin Stooksbury Jordon Williams Thomas Barnett Spencer Ferguson Jonathan King Christian Jetton Blake Farmer Mitch White Ryan Glittenkamp Charvis Coffey Taylor Hunt Ishmael Colon Javi Rodriquez Derek Williams Jeremiah Partin Cody Reinke Roy Mata David Yousif Alex Gilliam Khahn Nguyen Noah Webb Evan Prislovsky Ben Dunn Jackson Bowdle

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Jerome Diaz Preston Kahrs Josh Cloud Jacob Yerkes J. Riley White Chris Farner Jaames Willett Briar Brickhouse Dylan Craze Anwar Al-Hussein Ben Mead Juan Aranda Caleb Smith Nick Henningson Charlie Larrimore Patrick Doucette C.T. Leavell Drew Arnett Ben Arnett Alex Lutheran Andrew Saah Justin Mowery Jimmy Hillencamp Brett Dockery John Marley Mason Taylor Andrew Permberton Nate Gilliam Cole Abernathy David Garabrandt Josh Cullota Christian Lopez Matthew Eggert Chase Beifeldt Micah O’Sullivan

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Admirals

2012 ROSTER

PRESENTING SPONSOR: TURNER ORTHODONTICS

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Jackson Fain Josh Gbendah Brad Russell Billy Williams Aaron Suadi Justin Brabson Jake Bruce Bryan Phillips Cameron Urevick Jake Rees Davis Dardaman Grant Valeriano Franklin Stooksbury Jordon Williams Thomas Barnett Spencer Ferguson Jonathan King Christian Jetton Blake Farmer Mitch White Ryan Glittenkamp Charvis Coffey Taylor Hunt Ishmael Colon Javi Rodriquez Derek Williams Jeremiah Partin Cody Reinke Roy Mata David Yousif Alex Gilliam Khahn Nguyen Noah Webb Evan Prislovsky Ben Dunn Jackson Bowdle

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NAME NAME

YEAR

POS. YEAR

Jerome Diaz Preston Kahrs Josh Cloud Jacob Yerkes J. Riley White Chris Farner Jaames Willett Briar Brickhouse Dylan Craze Anwar Al-Hussein Ben Mead Juan Aranda Caleb Smith Nick Henningson Charlie Larrimore Patrick Doucette C.T. Leavell Drew Arnett Ben Arnett Alex Lutheran Andrew Saah Justin Mowery Jimmy Hillencamp Brett Dockery John Marley Mason Taylor Andrew Permberton Nate Gilliam Cole Abernathy David Garabrandt Josh Cullota Christian Lopez Matthew Eggert Chase Beifeldt Micah O’Sullivan

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6C • FARRAGUTPRESS THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 2012

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Hawks H ARDIN V ALLEY A CADEMY

When Hardin Valley Academy opens the 2012 football season it must replace the bulk of its offensive production. Running back Dorian Eskridge graduated and took the Hawks’ biggest offensive weapon with him. Expectations at Hardin Valley are high as always but some younger players must step up if the Hawks are to make the playoffs for the third consecutive year. Hardin Valley went 6-5 in 2011 and dropped a 24-21 heartbreaker to Sevier County to end the season. Hardin Valley graduated its first-ever fouryear class after last season and head coach Wes Jones and the Hawks are eager to begin the 2012 season. “We’re ready to go,” Jones said. “We had spring practice in January because we had our whole secondary run track.” The Hawks lost several talented players but the cupboard is far from bare as this year’s squad aims to build on the team’s recent success. “We’ve grown as a team and a family,” said senior linebacker Matt Rabren, who was the Hawks’ leading tackler. “I’m looking forward to being coached by coach Jones and coach [Paul] Maynard [defensive coordinator].” The Hawks will open the 2012 campaign at Bearden Aug. 17 in a game that has become one of Knox County’s rivalry tilts. The two teams will meet for the third time. The Bulldogs routed the Hawks in the 2010 playoffs before Hardin Valley returned the favor in the season opener last season. “The team’s really looking forward to it [the season opener against the Bulldogs],” said Hawks senior running back Morgan Knight, who along with Demonte Felton, will see significant

time at running back. “It should be a great game. It will be fun.” HVA certainly had fun against Bearden last year. The Hawks opened the 2011 campaign with a 32-0 victory over the Bulldogs. Last season, Hardin Valley found its identity and the squad is looking to build on 2011’s success. “When we first started, kids came in here from everywhere,” Rabren said. “Last year, we became Hardin Valley Hawks.” One thing the Hawks couldn’t find was a consistent passing game. “In the six games we won last year, we completed one pass,” Jones said. “We threw the ball but we only completed one pass.” Hardin Valley enters the 2012 season looking for a quarterback as junior Joseph Underwood and senior Jon Beatty will compete for the starting job. Beatty made one start last season. “One of our team weaknesses will be lack of experience,” Jones said. “This may be the

“We’ve grown as a team and a family,” - Matt Rabren

most athletic team we’ve had. “We’ll have some guys playing in different positions. Morgan and Demonte are probably faster than Dorian but they just don’t have a lot of experience.” Top returners include: Rabren; Knight; Felton (a junior who started in the secondary last season); Isaiah Burum (junior, defensive back); Nolan Blevins (senior, defensive end); Garrett Curtis (sophomore, defensive tackle); Jack DeFur (junior, wide receiver/ H-

back); Peyton Miles (sophomore, offensive lineman); Torey Rice (senior, fullback); Evan Hall (senior, offensive lineman) and Xavier Dumay (senior, offensive lineman). The Hawks, after winning just one game in 2009, have had two consecutive winning seasons and have made two straight playoff appearances. Hardin Valley, however, has yet to win a postseason game. This senior class is looking to change that.

Game Day 1

Matt Rabren

SR

DB/WR

55

Andy Hamilton

SR

OL/DL

3

Chris Thomas

JR

WR/DB

56

Hayden Bright

JR

OL/DL

4

Demonte Felton

JR

CB/WR

57

Peyton Miles

JR

OL/DL

7

Travis Roberts

SR

WR/DB

58

Garnett Curtis

SO

OL/DL

8

Joe Underwood

JR

QB/DB

59

Charlie Mubarak

JR

OL/DL

11

Zach Best

JR

WR/DB

60

Alex Ogle

JR

OL/DL

12

Jon Beaty

SR

DB/QB

61

Tyler Ruth

JR

OL/DL

13

Isaiah Burum

JR

WR/DB

62

Nick Allison

JR

OL/DL

15

Issac Smith

SR

WR/DB

63

John Gleason

JR

OL/DL

17

Mason Hugdins

SR

WR/DB

65

Matt Brewer

JR

WR/LB

18

Jared Collard

JR

WR/DB

67

Adam Clapp

JR

OL/DL

20

Tory Rice

SR

LB/HB

68

Evan Hall

SR

OL/DL

23

Clondre Porter

SR

RB/DB

71

Alex Vander Sluis

SR

OL/DL

28

Colin Hughes

SR

RB/LB

72

Dakota Toney

SR

OL/DL

30

Matt Pirro

SR

TE/DE

73

Xavier Dumay

SR

OL/DL

31

Troy Farmer

SR

TE/LB

76

Darius Thomas

JR

OL/DL

32

Morgan Knight

SR

HB/FS

78

Patrick Williams

SR

OL/DL

34

Jordan Jackson

JR

RB/DB

80

Conner Walters

JR

WR/DB

36

Kevin Ransom

SR

RB/DB

81

AJ Moreland

JR

WR/DB

37

Jacob Smiley

SR

WR/DB

82

Jonathan Stair

SR

WR/DB

40

Sam Bisese

JR

TE/DE

83

Zach Hamlin

SR

DE/TE

41

Trey Branum

JR

WR/LB

84

Alex Hamlin

SR

DE/TE

42

Lucas Brown

SR

WR/LB

85

Brandon Lee

JR

TE/DL

47

Jack Defur

JR

TE/LB

86

Jayden Tookes

JR

WR/DB

51

Nate Broemmel

JR

OL/DL

87

Tommy Cunningham JR

WR/DB

52

Brandon Allen

JR

OL/DL

89

Elijah Crosswhite

JR

WR/DB

54

Durant Richardson JR

OL/DL

92

Sam Pendergrast

JR

K/P

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Jon Beatty 12

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Hawks

2012 ROSTER

PRESENTING SPONSOR: ENRICHMENT FEDERAL CREDIT UNION

No.

NAME

YEAR YEAR

POS. POS.

HT. HT.

WT. WT.

No.

NAME

1

Matt Rabren

3

YEARYEAR POS. POS.

HT.HT.

WT. WT.

SR

DB/WR

5´11˝

170

55

Andy Hamilton

SR

OL/DL

5´10˝

220

Chris Thomas

JR

WR/DB

5´8˝

155

56

Hayden Bright

JR

OL/DL

6´0˝

220

4

Demonte Felton

JR

CB/WR

5´10˝

160

57

Peyton Miles

JR

OL/DL

5´8˝

215

7

Travis Roberts

SR

WR/DB

5´5˝

140

58

Garnett Curtis

SO

OL/DL

6´2˝

285

8

Joe Underwood

JR

QB/DB

6´1˝

195

59

Charlie Mubarak

JR

OL/DL

5´9˝

200

11

Zach Best

JR

WR/DB

5´6˝

145

60

Alex Ogle

JR

OL/DL

5´8˝

220

12

Jon Beaty

SR

DB/QB

6´3˝

165

61

Tyler Ruth

JR

OL/DL

5´6˝

195

13

Isaiah Burum

JR

WR/DB

5´11˝

145

62

Nick Allison

JR

OL/DL

5´11˝

170

15

Issac Smith

SR

WR/DB

6´0˝

190

63

John Gleason

JR

OL/DL

5´10˝

160

17

Mason Hugdins

SR

WR/DB

6´0˝

160

65

Matt Brewer

JR

WR/LB

5´10˝

160

18

Jared Collard

JR

WR/DB

5´8˝

140

67

Adam Clapp

JR

OL/DL

6´2˝

195

20

Tory Rice

SR

LB/HB

6´0˝

175

68

Evan Hall

SR

OL/DL

6´2˝

225

23

Clondre Porter

SR

RB/DB

5´8˝

145

71

Alex Vander Sluis

SR

OL/DL

6´2˝

210

28

Colin Hughes

SR

RB/LB

5´8˝

195

72

Dakota Toney

SR

OL/DL

5´11˝

205

30

Matt Pirro

SR

TE/DE

6´0˝

180

73

Xavier Dumay

SR

OL/DL

6´0˝

215

31

Troy Farmer

SR

TE/LB

5´8˝

170

76

Darius Thomas

JR

OL/DL

6´1˝

260

32

Morgan Knight

SR

HB/FS

5´7˝

150

78

Patrick Williams

SR

OL/DL

5´10˝

205

34

Jordan Jackson

JR

RB/DB

6´0˝

185

80

Conner Walters

JR

WR/DB

5´8˝

155

36

Kevin Ransom

SR

RB/DB

5´9˝

150

81

AJ Moreland

JR

WR/DB

5´8˝

155

37

Jacob Smiley

SR

WR/DB

5´5˝

140

82

Jonathan Stair

SR

WR/DB

6´1˝

170

40

Sam Bisese

JR

TE/DE

5´9˝

155

83

Zach Hamlin

SR

DE/TE

6´2˝

175

41

Trey Branum

JR

WR/LB

5´6˝

145

84

Alex Hamlin

SR

DE/TE

6´2˝

175

42

Lucas Brown

SR

WR/LB

5´11˝

175

85

Brandon Lee

JR

TE/DL

6´0˝

160

47

Jack Defur

JR

TE/LB

5´11˝

190

86

Jayden Tookes

JR

WR/DB

6´1˝

160

51

Nate Broemmel

JR

OL/DL

6´1˝

160

87

Tommy Cunningham JR

WR/DB

5´6˝

150

52

Brandon Allen

JR

OL/DL

5´8˝

180

89

Elijah Crosswhite

JR

WR/DB

6´0˝

160

54

Durant Richardson

JR

OL/DL

5´8˝

175

92

Sam Pendergrast

JR

K/P

5´7˝

145

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Bulldogs BEARDEN HIGH SCHOOL

Bearden High School’s football team suffered through a mediocre and streaky season in 2011. The Bulldogs, who were embarrassed in their season opener last year at Hardin Valley Academy, won their next four games and then dropped five out of six to finish the campaign. Bearden went 5-6 last year and had its season end with an opening-round playoff loss to District 4-AAA rival and two-time Class 6A state champion Maryville. The Bulldogs, who were the only team to tangle with the Red Rebels twice in 2011, wasted little time getting ready for the 2012 campaign, which opens at home against the Hawks Aug. 17. Bearden, like many of its district rivals including Farragut and Knoxville Catholic, is a year older and picked up some valuable lessons from a difficult campaign. “Our district poses a huge challenge for us,” said Bulldogs senior fullback/outside linebacker Jake Jolley. “We did a lot of hard work in the weight room and we have a lot of unity.” Bearden’s 2012 squad features five returning starters on offense and 10 on defense and the ‘Dawgs have a swagger this season. “We feel confident because of our experience,” senior quarterback Nicky Frizen said. “We have some new guys, too. “This year, there’s going to be a huge difference. It’s going to be like a difference between a varsity and JV team.” Bearden, which took its share of lumps last season, is obviously looking to turn things around, but it won’t be easy. “We play against good competition

and we know this is not going to be easy,” Frizen said. “This is a tough, tough district and I love playing against this competition.” Bearden’s schedule includes non-league tilts against the Hawks, Morristown East (Aug. 24) and Rhea County (Sept.7) The Bulldogs, who open conference play against William Blount Thursday, Aug. 30, have road games at Farragut, Lenoir City and Heritage. Bearden hosts Maryville Sept. 28. The Bulldogs will close the season with consecutive home games against two-time Class 5A semifinalist West and Catholic, which missed the playoffs last season. “We play in a tough district and that’s the same story every year,” Bearden head coach Brad Taylor said. “We return a lot of guys and we have a lot of experience and hopefully, that will lead to some success.

“We feel confident because of our experience,” - Nicky Frizen Bulldogs senior quarterback

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“Our biggest concern is staying healthy. We feel like we have some potential but everybody has potential at this point.” Top returners include: Frizen; Jolley; Trent Waters (senior, running back/linebacker); Ethan Pollack (senior, wide receiver/defensive back); Kole Matherly (junior, inside linebacker); Seth Grogan (senior, offensive guard); Christian Robinson (sen-

ior, running back/defensive back); Chandler Greer (junior, offensive lineman/defensive lineman); Caleb Bartlett (junior, offensive lineman/defensive lineman); Gage Webb (senior, defensive lineman) and Isaiah McDaniel (junior, defensive back). Taylor also noted that he expects significant contributions from newcomers Griffin DeLong and Josh Walls.

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WR/DB RB/LB WR/DB QB/DB WR/DB QB/DB WR/DB WR/DB WR/DB RB/DB WR/DB QB/DB RB/DB WR/DB WR/DB RB/DB RB/DL RB/LB RB/DB TE/LB RB/LB RB/LB RB/LB RB/LB RB/LB RB/LB WR/DB RB/LB TE/LB WR/LB OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL

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2 3 4 5 6 8 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 31 32 33 34 35 36 40 41 42 50 51 52 53

NAME NAME

YEAR

Eric Graham Trent Waters Fielding Horne Nicky Frizen Matt England Taylor Sosna Hunter Johnson Steven Shell Matthew Marlow Jared Davis Hunter Henry Evan White Josh Walls Jack Shires Emad Aqqad Christian Robinson Wesly Stott Teddy Peabody Tommy Smith Ethan Pollack Jake Jolley Tristin Majors Zack Messing Luis De La Cruz Griffin DeLong Kole Matherly Isaiah McDaniel Kenny Nguyen Evan Maupin Elijah Helton Isaac Hughes Andrew Potter Desmond Goddard Kameron Stewart

POS. YEAR

SR SR SR SR SR SO SR SR SO SO JR SO JR SO JR SR JR SO SO SR SR JR SR JR SO JR JR JR SR JR SO SR SO SO

HT.

POS.WT.

WR/DB RB/LB WR/DB QB/DB WR/DB QB/DB WR/DB WR/DB WR/DB RB/DB WR/DB QB/DB RB/DB WR/DB WR/DB RB/DB RB/DL RB/LB RB/DB TE/LB RB/LB RB/LB RB/LB RB/LB RB/LB RB/LB WR/DB RB/LB TE/LB WR/LB OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL

No.

54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 70 71 72 75 76 77 78 79 81 82 84 85 86 87 88 90 93 95

NAME NAME

YEAR

Chandler Greer Jason Montoya Caleb Bartlett Jeremiah Hinton Tyler Atkins Alex Murphy Christian Alderman Josh Williams Brandon Fitzpatrick Justin Ross Sean Grogan Christian Ironside Drew Coleman Josh Biggerstaff Luke Hopkins Zac Adams Kenny Bowers Demetrius Robinson Musab Henderson Gage Webb Ethan Griffin Pete Brodnax Logan Prater Graham Pritchett Austin Turner David Edmundson Jackson Stewart Logan Bruggen Graham Rooke Coby Ligdis Taylor Blaine Ben Kelly Malick Samba

POS.YEAR

JR SO JR JR SO JR SR SO JR SO SR JR JR JR SR SO SR SO SR SR JR SR SO SO JR SO JR JR SR SO SO SO JR

HT.

POS.WT.

OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/LB OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL OL/DL WR/DB WR/DB WR/DB WR/DB WR/LB P/K WR/DB WR/DB WR/DB WR/DB

• Brad Taylor, Head Coach • Hunter Fendley, Offensive Line • Morgan Shinlever, Running Backs • Brian Tanner, Defensive Ends / Defensive Coordinator • Chuck Rouse, Linebackers • Reed Lindsey, Defensive Back Coach • Andre’ Caballero, Quarterbacks • Matt Stevens, Freshman Coach • Tommy Campbell, Team Chaplain • Katherine Catterall, Athletic Trainer • Mitch Carter, Freshmen Coach • Leon Daugherty, Defensive Tackles • Reggie Epps, Defensive Tackles


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Christian Academy of Knoxville left the football field as Class 3A State Champions in 2011 and unlike most defending champs, the Warriors have the majority of their team back this season. Nobody, however, is talking about a repeat, but CAK would like nothing more than to return to Cookeville in 2012 “We’re not really thinking about that,” Warriors senior quarterback Charlie High said of the possibility of winning consecutive state championships. “We have 10 of our 11 starters back on offense and we’re just going to take things one game at a time. “We’re ready to go and I’m ready to get things started.” CAK went 13-2 in 2011 and culminated its campaign with a 42-14 rout of Milan in the Class AAA State Championship at Tennessee Tech. Two of the Warriors victories came against District 4-AA foe Alcoa. CAK snapped Alcoa’s run of multiple district titles. CAK’s second victory over Blount County’s Class AAA powerhouse came in the state semifinals and ended the Tornadoes string of seven consecutive state championships. Now, the Warriors are the hunted —- not the hunters. “Every time we play a team, it’s going to be their Super Bowl,” Warriors head coach Rusty Bradley said. “We’re circled on everybody’s calendar. “We’ve got a chance to repeat but we have to stay healthy. We were relatively healthy last year and our

goal is to take care of each day.” CAK returns its entire offensive line and that has High, one of Knox County’s most prolific quarterbacks, feeling pretty good about things early. “I feel good going into this year,” said High, who averaged 346.1 passing yards per game last season and set six records. “I feel even better than I did last year.” The Warriors’ potent aerial attack shouldn’t miss a beat in 2012 as High has many of his wide receivers back including seniors Josh Smith, Davis Howell and Frank Murchison. Senior fullback Corey Rathbone returns along with a quintet of offensive linemen, which includes: Brent Kendrick (senior, offensive tackle); Zach Jenkins (junior, offensive guard); William Gass (senior, center); Alec North (senior,

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will also look to be an impact player. CAK returns one of the deepest squads in East Tennessee but the Warriors must answer a few questions. “A lot of things are up in the air,” Bradley said. The Warriors will begin their quest for a second consecutive state title Aug. 17 at Anderson County.

Game Day 2

Ryan Long

SO

DL/LB

37 Camden Winzenburg

SR

FB/ILB

3

John Sharpe

SO

QB/DB

39 Derek Sokolowski

SR

FB/DL

4

Drew Jost

JR

TB/DB

41 Mack Winzenburg

SO

FB/LB

5

Franklin Murchison

SR

WR/DB

42 Dylan Powers

SO

FB/LB/DE

6

Whitaker Cunningham JR

WR/DB

7

Caleb Dillon

8 9

43 Spencer Starke

SO

FB/DL

JR FB/TB/ILB/OLB

45 Michael Thompson

FR

TB/WR/LB

Chris Morgan

JR

WR/DB

50 Zac Haga

JR

OL/OLB/DE

Sam Cagle

SO

TB/DB

52 William Gass

SR

C

JR

QB/DB

53 Zach Jenkins

JR

LG

11 Baylor Caughorn

FR

WR/DB

54 Jon Key

JR

OT/DE

12 Charlie High

SR

QB

55 Sean Wagner

SR

OL/ILB/DE

13 Craig Carter

FR

QB/LB

56 Mitchell Kolinsky

SO

OL/DL

14 John Broyles

JR

WR/DB/K

57 Matthew Bell

FR

OL/DE/OLB

58 Reagan Matlock

SR OL/ILB/OLB/DE

10 Michael Sanderson

“Every time we play a team, it’s going to be their Super Bowl,” - Rusty Bradley Warriors head coach

offensive guard) and Patrick Dalton (junior, offensive tackle). On defense, the Warriors have five returning starters including seniors Regan Matlock (defensive end/inside linebacker); Camden Winzenburg (inside linebacker); Russell August (outside linebacker) and Cody Bailey (outside linebacker). Junior cornerback Billy Spencer is also back. Newcomer Derek Sokolowski (senior, fullback/defensive end)

15 Phillip Nichols

FR

WR/OLB

16 Davis Howell

SR

WR/DB/OLB

17 Jake Morgenstern

JR

QB/DB

19 Adam Lovejoy

JR

QB/WR/DB

20 Trey Hinton

FR

FB/ILB

21 Coby Campbell

JR

WR/OLB/DB

22 Chad Jenkins

JR

23 Billy Spencer

JR

24 Cody Bailey

SR

25 Josh Smith

SR

26 Conner Amburn 27 Gabe Love 28 John Richardson

SR

DB

30 Jake Newton

FR

RB/LB

31 Scott Sizemore

JR

32 Corey Rathbone 33 Russell August

59 Guyer Smith

FR

OL/DL

61 Jim Hahn

SO

OL/DL

62 David VanderSteeg

FR

OL/DL

63 Brett Kendrick

SR

LT

68 Alex Parham

SO

OL/DL

TB/LB

70 Patrick Dalton

JR

RT

WR/DB

71 Ben Buchanan

FR

OL/DL

TB/OLB

72 Alec North

SR

RG

WR/DB

77 John Graham

FR

OL/DL

JR

ILB

78 Scott Walker

JR

OL/DL

JR

WR/DB

79 John Zavracky

FR

OL/DL

80 Stephen Pardue

SO

WR/DB

81 Reece Duncan

SR

K

FB/OLB

82 Ethan Cage

FR

WR/DB

SR

TB/ILB

83 Davis Hatmaker

FR

WR/DB

SR

FB/DE/OLB

84 Ben Williams

FR

WR/OLB

34 Cole Welch

FR

TB/LB

88 Blake Shuler

SO

WR/DB

35 Bo Layton

FR

FB/LB

90 Austin Taylor

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No.

NAME NAME

YEAR YEAR

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 32 33 34 35

Ryan Long John Sharpe Drew Jost Franklin Murchison Whitaker Cunningham Caleb Dillon Chris Morgan Sam Cagle Michael Sanderson Baylor Caughorn Charlie High Craig Carter John Broyles Phillip Nichols Davis Howell Jake Morgenstern Adam Lovejoy Trey Hinton Coby Campbell Chad Jenkins Billy Spencer Cody Bailey Josh Smith Conner Amburn Gabe Love John Richardson Jake Newton Scott Sizemore Corey Rathbone Russell August Cole Welch Bo Layton

SO SO JR SR JR JR JR SO JR FR SR FR JR FR SR JR JR FR JR JR JR SR SR JR JR SR FR JR SR SR FR FR

POS. POS.

DL/LB QB/DB TB/DB WR/DB WR/DB FB/TB/ILB/OLB WR/DB TB/DB QB/DB WR/DB QB QB/LB WR/DB/K WR/OLB WR/DB/OLB QB/DB QB/WR/DB FB/ILB WR/OLB/DB TB/LB WR/DB TB/OLB WR/DB ILB WR/DB DB RB/LB FB/OLB TB/ILB FB/DE/OLB TB/LB FB/LB

HT.HT.

5´8.25˝ 6´0.25˝ 5´9˝ 5´9˝ 5´11˝ 5´11˝ 5´10˝ 5´9˝ 5´11˝ 5´8˝ 6´0.5˝ 5´8˝ 5´9˝ 5´8˝ 6´1.5˝ 6´1˝ 5´11˝ 5´10˝ 6´2˝ 5´10˝ 5´11˝ 5´10.5˝ 6´1.5˝ 6´0˝ 5´9˝ 6´1.50˝ 5´9˝ 5´8˝ 5´10˝ 5´9.5˝ 5´9˝ 6´0˝

WT. WT.

No.

NAME NAME

YEAR YEAR

164 147 160 149 153 167 143 150 149 145 178 145 160 140 186 164 185 160 169 176 169 165 185 180 160 149 156 170 192 161 150 170

37 39 41 42 43 45 50 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 61 62 63 68 70 71 72 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 88 90

Camden Winzenburg Derek Sokolowski Mack Winzenburg Dylan Powers Spencer Starke Michael Thompson Zac Haga William Gass Zach Jenkins Jon Key Sean Wagner Mitchell Kolinsky Matthew Bell Reagan Matlock Guyer Smith Jim Hahn David VanderSteeg Brett Kendrick Alex Parham Patrick Dalton Ben Buchanan Alec North John Graham Scott Walker John Zavracky Stephen Pardue Reece Duncan Ethan Cage Davis Hatmaker Ben Williams Blake Shuler Austin Taylor

SR SR SO SO SO FR JR SR JR JR SR SO FR SR FR SO FR SR SO JR FR SR FR JR FR SO SR FR FR FR SO JR

POS. POS.

HT. HT.

FB/ILB 6´0˝ FB/DL 5´11˝ FB/LB 5´11.5˝ FB/LB/DE 6´0.5˝ FB/DL 5´11˝ TB/WR/LB 5´10˝ OL/OLB/DE 5´8˝ C 5´10.75˝ LG 5´11.25˝ OT/DE 6´3˝ OL/ILB/DE 5´8˝ OL/DL 6´0.5˝ OL/DE/OLB 5´9˝ OL/ILB/OLB/DE 5´10.25˝ OL/DL 5´10.5˝ OL/DL 5´10˝ OL/DL 5´9.5˝ LT 6´5˝ OL/DL 6´1˝ RT 6´5.25˝ OL/DL 5´10˝ RG 6´3.5˝ OL/DL 5´10.5˝ OL/DL 6´1.5˝ OL/DL 5´11.5˝ WR/DB 5´9˝ K 5´9.25˝ WR/DB 5´11.5˝ WR/DB 5´8˝ WR/OLB 5´11˝ WR/DB 5´11.5˝ OL/DL 6´0˝

WT.WT.

197 218 189 180 216 160 185 235 259 207 170 174 165 174 212 164 193 283 252 318 201 243 175 200 194 135 209 132 150 145 152 300

• Rusty Bradley, Head Coach, Offensive Coordinator, Quarterbacks • Nathan Hoffmeister, Strength & Conditioning • Mark Bradley, Defensive Coordinator, Offensive Line • Taylor Goins, Student Assistant • Kevin Winslett, Outside Linebackers • Billy High, Student Assistant • Roger Toler, Wide Receivers, Inside Linebackers • Chris Cates, Administrative Assistant • Jarvis Reado, Assistant Offensive Line, Assistant Defensive Line • Jay Smith, Defensive Backs, Assistant Wide Receivers • Jeff Hall, Kickers/Punters • Chris Hawkins, Assistant Head Coach, Running Backs, Defensive Line, Special Teams Coordinator

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Fighting Irish KNOXVILLE CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL Knoxville Catholic High School’s football team went 4-6 and missed the playoffs last season. The Irish took some tough losses. The Irish enter the 2012 season eager to turn the page. Catholic, which had one of the youngest teams in Knox County last season, took its share of lumps. “We’ve just got to win our games,” said Irish senior running back/linebacker Nolan Coulter. “My freshman year, we were state champions and my sophomore year, we made the playoffs. We had just as much talent as we did before and we lost to Columbia Central. “Last year, we had our chances against William Blount and Lenoir City and we didn’t get it done. We were inches away. Against William Blount, we had the ball inside the [Governors’] 20.” Despite the heartbreak of last season, the Irish never gave up and head coach Scott Meadows said that his team showed character during the tough times. “We were right there in a lot of our games and I was really proud of our guys,” Meadows said. “We were so young.” Now, the Irish players are a year older and hungry to return to the playoffs. “During the offseason, we came in and put together a little extra effort,” Coulter said. “We didn’t like how [last] season ended.” The Irish, who had just seven returning lettermen last year, return 38 this season. “Our strength is our game experience and we came back really hungry,” Meadows said. “We had a tough six-game stretch but our kids came in and just kept working.”

Key returners include: Jordan Anderson (sophomore, running back/defensive back); Logan Lacey (sophomore, quarterback/running back/inside linebacker); Tanner Sharp (sophomore, quarterback); Joey Cook (senior, wide receiver/defensive back); Coulter; Stuart Smith (senior, running back/linebacker); Cole Lombardo (senior, running back/defensive back); Hayden Varner (senior, tight end/linebacker); Reese Staley (senior, offensive lineman/inside linebacker; Will Easley, III (senior, offensive lineman/noseguard); Theo Sholly (senior, offensive lineman/noseguard); Dakota Raines (senior, offensive lineman/noseguard); Alex Smolens (senior, offensive lineman/defensive end); Tyler O’Brien (senior, offensive lineman/defensive end) and Zach Cole (senior, offensive lineman/defensive

“Our strength is our game experience and we came back really hungry.” - Scott Meadows Fighting Irish head coach

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end). Catholic, which opens its season against Central Aug. 17 at Blaine Stadium, has a savvy group of veterans but a trio of newcomers will also look to make an impact. Juniors Eric White (running back/linebacker), Erik Perfetto (running back/linebacker) and Logan Irwin (offensive lineman/defensive end) will look to make their mark.

The Irish can’t erase the memories of last season fast enough and Cole said that he and his teammates are eager to embark upon a schedule that includes some of East Tennessee’s toughest opponents. “I’m looking forward to the season and I’m looking forward to hitting someone other than us,” Cole said. “We were so close in a lot of games.”

Game Day 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 37 38 39 40 42 43 44

Jake Poczobut Nick Lentz Eric White Elijah Brown Griffin Dishner Jordan Anderson Josiah Ruelas Harrison Huber John Mark Broussard Logan Lacey Briston Maroney Tanner Sharp Joey Cook JD McCollough Stuart Smith Robbie Sampson Chris Pearsall Cole Lombardo Zac Gee Sean Ottaway Tim Quayle Mario Sewell Eric Perfetto Jake Kyle Tristen Callis Brandon LoCascio Thomas Blalock Hayden Varner Jake Staley Augie Fortune Nolan Coulter Nicholas Partilla Jack Erickson Henry Norris Beau Galaher Patrick Kidwell Jay Smolens Timmy Gibbons Jones Albritton

FR JR JR JR FR SO FR JR JR SO FR SO SR SO SR JR SO SR JR JR SO JR FR JR SO SO SR FR FR SR FR SO JR SO FR SO SR FR

Kicker QB RB/ILB WR/DB RB/DB RB/DB QB WR/DB RB/ILB QB/RB/ILB RB/LB QB WR/DB RB/Dog RB/Dog WR/DB TE/ILB RB/DB Punter WR/DOG RB/DOG RB/DB RB/ILB RB/DB TE/ILB WR/DOG OL/ILB TE/ILB WR/DB RB/LB RB/Dog RB/LB WR/DB WR/DOG TE/ILB RB/DB RB/ILB WR/DB/P TE/DOG

45 46 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 87 88 89 98 99

Austin Rowan Nolan McKeown David Hamilton Nathan Teter Reese Staley Will Easley III Sebastian McVay Nicholas Natour Tyler Staley Will Mullally Dwight Jesse Theo Sholly Evan Nelson Corey Patton Dakota Raines Luke Perfetto Alex Smolens Logan Punch Evan Smith Tyler O´Brien Christian Atwater Drew Wells Garrett Depp Brandon Morgan Matt Carroll Ethan Adkins Carter Edmonds Zach Cole Patrick McFall Logan Irwin Luis Soto Caleb Howell Payne McNutt Zach Taylor James Orler Blake Mayo Parker Bevins Chris Jackson

FR FR JR SR SR SR JR JR JR FR JR SR JR JR SR SO SR FR JR SR SO FR SR SO JR SO SO SR JR JR SO FR FR FR FR SO FR SO

FB/LB TE/LB TE/DOG K OL/ILB OL/NG OL/NG OL/NG OL/DE OL/LB OL/DE OL/NG OL/DE OL/ILB OL/NG OL/NG OL/DE OL/DL OL/DE OL/DE OL/DL OL/DE OL/NG OL/NG OL/DE OL/DE OL/ILB OL/DE OL/DE OL/DE OL/DE OL/DL OL/DL WR/DB WR/DE TE/ILB K/P OL/NG


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2012 ROSTER

PRESENTING SPONSOR: KNOXVILLE CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL

No.

NAME NAME

YEARYEAR POS.POS.

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 37 38 39 40 42 43 44

Jake Poczobut Nick Lentz Eric White Elijah Brown Griffin Dishner Jordan Anderson Josiah Ruelas Harrison Huber John Mark Broussard Logan Lacey Briston Maroney Tanner Sharp Joey Cook JD McCollough Stuart Smith Robbie Sampson Chris Pearsall Cole Lombardo Zac Gee Sean Ottaway Tim Quayle Mario Sewell Eric Perfetto Jake Kyle Tristen Callis Brandon LoCascio Thomas Blalock Hayden Varner Jake Staley Augie Fortune Nolan Coulter Nicholas Partilla Jack Erickson Henry Norris Beau Galaher Patrick Kidwell Jay Smolens Timmy Gibbons Jones Albritton

FR JR JR JR FR SO FR JR JR SO FR SO SR SO SR JR SO SR JR JR SO JR FR JR SO SO SR FR FR SR FR SO JR SO FR SO SR FR

Kicker QB RB/ILB WR/DB RB/DB RB/DB QB WR/DB RB/ILB QB/RB/ILB RB/LB QB WR/DB RB/Dog RB/Dog WR/DB TE/ILB RB/DB Punter WR/DOG RB/DOG RB/DB RB/ILB RB/DB TE/ILB WR/DOG OL/ILB TE/ILB WR/DB RB/LB RB/Dog RB/LB WR/DB WR/DOG TE/ILB RB/DB RB/ILB WR/DB/P TE/DOG

HT. HT.

WT. WT.

No.

NAME NAME

5´7˝ 5´8˝ 5´9˝ 5´9˝ 5´6˝ 6´2˝

130 145 170 135 135 185

5´10˝ 5´10˝ 5´11˝ 5´8˝ 5´11˝ 5´11˝ 5´10˝ 6´1˝ 5´5˝ 6˝ 5´9˝ 5´6˝ 5˝11˝ 5´10˝

180 185 190 145 185 185 165 180 125 185 195 130 155 155 135 190 140 185 150 180 210 130 160 190 140 150 145 175 125 145 185 175

45 46 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 87 88 89 98 99

Austin Rowan Nolan McKeown David Hamilton Nathan Teter Reese Staley Will Easley III Sebastian McVay Nicholas Natour Tyler Staley Will Mullally Dwight Jesse Theo Sholly Evan Nelson Corey Patton Dakota Raines Luke Perfetto Alex Smolens Logan Punch Evan Smith Tyler O´Brien Christian Atwater Drew Wells Garrett Depp Brandon Morgan Matt Carroll Ethan Adkins Carter Edmonds Zach Cole Patrick McFall Logan Irwin Luis Soto Caleb Howell Payne McNutt Zach Taylor James Orler Blake Mayo Parker Bevins Chris Jackson

5´11˝ 5´8˝ 6´0˝ 5´9˝ 5´10˝ 6´1˝ 5´3˝ 5´7˝ 6´ 5´8˝ 6´0˝ 5´9˝ 5´10˝ 5´4˝ 5´8˝ 6˝ 6´

YEAR YEAR POS. POS.

FR FR JR SR SR SR JR JR JR FR JR SR JR JR SR SO SR FR JR SR SO FR SR SO JR SO SO SR JR JR SO FR FR FR FR SO FR SO

FB/LB TE/LB TE/DOG K OL/ILB OL/NG OL/NG OL/NG OL/DE OL/LB OL/DE OL/NG OL/DE OL/ILB OL/NG OL/NG OL/DE OL/DL OL/DE OL/DE OL/DL OL/DE OL/NG OL/NG OL/DE OL/DE OL/ILB OL/DE OL/DE OL/DE OL/DE OL/DL OL/DL WR/DB WR/DE TE/ILB K/P OL/NG

HT. HT.

5´9˝ 5´6 5´11˝ 5´11˝ 6´ 6´ 5´8˝ 5´9˝ 6´0˝ 6´2˝ 6´1˝ 6´1˝ 6´1˝ 5´9˝ 5´11˝ 5´10˝ 6´0˝ 5´6˝ 6´ 6´ 5´9˝ 5´11˝ 5´9˝ 6´ 6´1˝ 5´11˝ 6´ 6´3˝ 6´6˝ 6´4˝ 6´ 6´ 5´9˝ 5´ 5´8 5´11˝ 6´1˝ 5´10˝

WT.WT.

190 140 175 170 190 275 175 220 185 180 225 270 225 165 265 185 255 150 185 225 180 185 180 220 210 210 200 240 250 205 240 200 185 110 150 170 230 85

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Spartans WEBB SCHOOL OF KNOXVILLE

Webb School of Knoxville football head coach David Meske makes no secret about his expectations for the 2012 season. “Our expectations are high just because of our five state championships,” Meske said. “Every year our goal is to win the state championship.” Webb, which went 9-3 in 2011, claimed Division II-A state titles in 2009 and 2010. The Spartans, however, are hungry after coming up short last season and for the Spartans, it’s about doing the little things. “Every time we won the state championship, we got better each week and if we do that again this year we should be pretty strong,” Meske said. “We don’t have a lot of depth and a school our size will probably have seven or eight players playing both ways.” Webb will open the 2012 campaign with 12 returning players including: Todd Kelly (a junior tailback and safety who has received a bevy of offers from Division I colleges); Jack Grayson (senior, quarterback and all-state punter); Aaron Blance (a senior running back/defensive back, who returns after leaving the school last season); Matthew Melton (a junior defensive back who was the Most Valuable Player in the 2010 state championship game); Skip Garner (senior, offensive tackle/defensive tackle); Robby Strachen (junior, linebacker and allstate placekicker); Brock Beeler (sophomore, wide receiver); Andrew Campbell (junior, offensive guard/defensive lineman); Kyle Dickson (senior, offensive tackle, defensive lineman); Gage Thompson (sophomore, offensive lineman); Johnny Chun (junior, quarterback/wide receiver/defensive back) and David Matthews (senior,

running back/linebacker). Joining the savvy corps battle-tested veterans is a quartet of newcomers that includes Liam Willougby (sophomore, tight end/ linebacker), Bennett Harrison (sophomore, linebacker), Te-Andre Moore (junior, linebacker) and Christopher Stephens (sophomore, running back). Grayson said that anything less than another trip to the state championship game would be a disappointment for the Spartans. “Obviously, we want another state championship,” Grayson said. “That’s all we’ve been talking about all summer. “This is all anyone wants.” Grayson also noted that Blance’s return to the Webb squad is a plus. “Aaron is a great player and it’s huge for us to have him,” Grayson said. “He wants a state

“Every year our goal is to win the state championship.” - David Meske Spartans head coach

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championship as much as anybody.” Meske said his team’s strengths lie on both the offensive and defensive lines. He also added that Webb will have tremendous speed at the offensive skill positions and in the defensive secondary. “We have great skill kids on offense and they have tremendous speed,” Meske said. “Our offensive line is solid and we have two all-state players in our kicking game. “On defense, our defensive line and secondary are strong.” The Spartans lost all three starting linebackers last season. Meske, how-

ever, doesn’t necessarily consider that a weakness. “We lost all three of our linebackers but I don’t want to say that that’s a weakness [this year],” he said. “We just have a lack of experience there.” Webb begins the 2012 season with a showdown at Alcoa Saturday, Aug. 18. The Spartans opened the 2011 season with a loss at Maryville last season. But Meske said that his squad is eagerly anticipating the season opener against the Tornadoes. “We loved opening up at Maryville last year and the kids are looking forward to playing Alcoa,” Meske said.

Game Day 1

Jack Grayson

SR

QB/LB/P

3

Jackson Lansing

JR

4

Brock Beeler

5

26 Matthew Melton

JR

RB/DB

TE/LB

27 Alexander Berube

FR

RB/DB

SO

WR/DB

30 Hayden Coffman

FR

FB/LB

Aaron Blance

SR

RB/DB

32 Chad Preston

SO

TE/LB

6

Todd Kelly

JR

RB/DB

34 Dave Matthews

SR

RB/LB

7

Alex Lansing

JR

WR/DB

36 J.P. Dakak

SO

TE/LB

8

Johnny Chun

JR

QB/DB

40 Evan Edkin

FR

WR/LB

10 Te'Andre Moore

JR

RB/LB

43 Brant Mitchell

SO

FB/LB

11 Wrinn Alexander

SO

WR/DB

45 Liam Willoughby

SO

TE/LB

13 Michael Dryzer

SO

RB/DB

52 Alec Vetrano

SO

OT/DE

16 Cooper Edenfield

FR

QB/DB

54 Andrew Campbell

JR

OG/DL

17 Robby Strachan

JR

RB/LB/K

56 Kyle Dickson

SR

OT/DT

18 Mason Staten

FR

RB/DB

57 Skip Garner

SR

OC/DT

19 Zac Mathien

JR

RB/DB

60 Gage Thompson

SO

OC/DL

20 Bennett Harrison

SO

FB/LB

65 Carter Thomas

JR

OG/DE

21 Bryan Berube

SR

RB/DB

66 Andrew Craig

FR

OT/DE

22 Akshay Harsh

SO

WR/DB

74 Dustin Nickle

SO

OC/DT

23 Jordan Flickinger

SO

RB/DB

75 Cole Sams

SO

OT/DT

24 Christopher Stephens SO

RB/DB

78 James Moon

JR

OL/DL

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2012 ROSTER

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No.

NAME

YEAR YEAR

POS. POS.

1

Jack Grayson

SR

QB/LB/P

3

Jackson Lansing

JR

4

Brock Beeler

5

HT.

HT.

WT. WT.

No.

NAME

YEAR YEAR

5´11˝

180

26

Matthew Melton

JR

TE/LB

5´11˝

175

27

SO

WR/DB

5´9˝

160

30

Aaron Blance

SR

RB/DB

5´7˝

175

6

Todd Kelly

JR

RB/DB

6´1˝

7

Alex Lansing

JR

WR/DB

8

Johnny Chun

JR

10

Te'Andre Moore

11

POS.POS.

HT.

HT.

WT.WT.

RB/DB

5´9˝

160

Alexander Berube FR

RB/DB

5´9˝

160

Hayden Coffman

FR

FB/LB

5´8˝

165

32

Chad Preston

SO

TE/LB

5´9˝

160

190

34

Dave Matthews

SR

RB/LB

5´10˝

195

5´11˝

170

36

J.P. Dakak

SO

TE/LB

5´10˝

185

QB/DB

5´9˝

160

40

Evan Edkin

FR

WR/LB

5´9˝

135

JR

RB/LB

5´8˝

190

43

Brant Mitchell

SO

FB/LB

6´2˝

230

Wrinn Alexander

SO

WR/DB

5´9˝

150

45

Liam Willoughby

SO

TE/LB

6´2˝

190

13

Michael Dryzer

SO

RB/DB

5´5˝

135

52

Alec Vetrano

SO

OT/DE

5´10˝

195

16

Cooper Edenfield

FR

QB/DB

6´0˝

170

54

Andrew Campbell

JR

OG/DL

6´0˝

210

17

Robby Strachan

JR

RB/LB/K

5´11˝

190

56

Kyle Dickson

SR

OT/DT

6´2˝

220

18

Mason Staten

FR

RB/DB

5´9˝

140

57

Skip Garner

SR

OC/DT

6´3˝

280

19

Zac Mathien

JR

RB/DB

5´9˝

160

60

Gage Thompson

SO

OC/DL

6´0˝

285

20

Bennett Harrison

SO

FB/LB

5´9˝

170

65

Carter Thomas

JR

OG/DE

6´3˝

200

21

Bryan Berube

SR

RB/DB

5´9˝

175

66

Andrew Craig

FR

OT/DE

6´2˝

170

22

Akshay Harsh

SO

WR/DB

5´7˝

155

74

Dustin Nickle

SO

OC/DT

5´11˝

230

23

Jordan Flickinger

SO

RB/DB

6´0˝

150

75

Cole Sams

SO

OT/DT

6´5˝

255

24

Christopher Stephens SO

RB/DB

5´7˝

160

78

James Moon

JR

OL/DL

6´0˝

190

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Knox

County

2012 SCHEDULE Home Games*

Aug.

17

Aug.

24

Aug.

31

Sept.

7

Sept.

14

Away Games

Sept.

21

Sept.

28

Oct.

5

Oct.

12

Oct.

19

Oct.

26

Austin East

West*

Powell*

Fulton

Alcoa

Carter*

Brainerd

OPEN

Union Co.*

Gatlinburg/ Pittman*

Pigeon Forge

Gibbs

Bearden

HVA*

Morristown East

William Blount*

Rhea Co.

Lenoir City

OPEN

Maryville*

Farragut

Heritage

West*

Catholic*

Seymour* Austin-East

SouthDoyle

Pigeon Forge*

Gibbs*

Fulton*

Gatlinburg/ Pittman

OPEN

Anderson Co.

Karns

HVA*

Clinton

Campbell Co.*

OPEN

Powell

Halls*

Grace*

Loudon

Gibbs

Scott County

OPEN

Kingston*

LaVergne

Thurs, Aug. 30

Carter

Grace

Grainger Co.*

Union Co.

Central

Catholic*

William Blount*

Oak Ridge*

CAK

Anderson Co.

Darlington Stone School* Memorial* Sat, Aug. 25

Farragut

DobynsBennett

Oak Ridge*

Catholic

McMinn Co.*

West*

OPEN

Heritage

Bearden*

Maryville

Lenoir City*

William Blount

Fulton

Morristown West

West

AustinEast*

OPEN

Pigeon Forge*

Rhea Co.

Gibbs*

Gatlinburg/ Pittman

Carter

Alcoa*

Union Co.

Sat, Aug. 18

Thurs, Sept. 6

Alcoa Thurs, Oct. 25

Gibbs

Scott Co.

Claiborne Co.*

Pigeon Forge*

Grainger Co.

Gatlinburg/ Pittman

CAK*

Fulton

Carter

OPEN

Union Co.*

AustinEast*

Halls

Clinton

Sevier Co.

Powell

Webb*

Oak Ridge*

Anderson Co.*

Karns*

HVA

OPEN

Campbell Co.*

Central

HVA

Bearden

Heritage*

OPEN

Clinton

Campbell Co.*

Central

Powell*

Halls*

Oak Ridge

Anderson Co.*

Karns

Karns

SouthDoyle*

Corbin

Clinton*

Campbell Co.

Central*

Powell*

Halls

Oak Ridge

Anderson Co.

OPEN

HVA*

Knox Catholic

Knox Central*

Cleveland

Farragut*

OPEN

William Blount

Webb*

Lenoir City*

Maryville

West

Heritage*

Bearden

Halls*

Oak Ridge

Anderson Co.*

Karns

HVA

Clinton*

Campbell Co.

Central*

OPEN

Powell

Sat, Sept. 1

Rhea Co.* Austin-East

SouthDoyle

Karns

OPEN

Morristown East*

Heritage

Morristown West

Carter*

Cherokee

Cocke Co.*

Seymour

Sevier Co.*

Jefferson Co.*

Webb

Alcoa Sat, Aug. 18

OPEN

Zion Christian Academy

Halls

Donelson Christian Academy*

Catholic

Ezell Harding*

Wesleyan School*

OPEN

Franklin Road Academy

Davidson Academy

West

Austin-East

Fulton*

Maryville*

Morristown East

Farragut

OPEN

William Blount*

Lenoir City

Catholic*

Bearden

Heritage*

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Volunteers THE UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE

Last season’s ending couldn’t have been much worse for the University of Tennessee football team. The Volunteers closed out the 2011 campaign with a 10-7 loss to Kentucky in Lexington. It was Tennessee’s first loss to the Wildcats since 1984. The season-ending loss left the Vols sitting at home during the holiday season with the program’s third losing season in four years. Two area players who saw significant playing time last season are hoping that the Vols can recapture past glory this season. Devrin Young, a 2011 Bearden High School graduate, enrolled at UT after a stellar career with the Bulldogs. Knoxville Catholic High School product Daniel Hood started eight games on the defensive line last season as a redshirt sophomore. Young saw situational action at tailback and emerged as one of the squad’s top kick returners as the Vols went 5-7 overall and picked up their lone Southeastern Conference victory against in-state rival Vanderbilt at Neyland Stadium. This season both Young and Hood will be looking to expand their roles for Tennessee, which opens its 2012 campaign against North Carolina State Friday, Aug. 31 in the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Young entered camp looking to be one of Tennessee’s feature running backs. Hood, on the other hand, hasn’t quite found a home in defensive coordinator Sal Sunseri’s defense. He’ll play and likely start. The only question is where. “Coach Sal has put me at every position on the [defensive] line,” said Hood, who recorded eight tackles and a sack as Tennessee’s nose tack-

“I strive to play like those players and be like those teams and when we don’t, I feel like I’ve failed.”

- Daniel Hood Vols, Junior DL

le last season. “It has been a challenge for me because you have four different people with different assignments. You also have four different calls. He has no preference of position. “I just want to play,” he said. He also wants, desperately, to see the Vols reverse fortune. “I grew up in the early 90s when it seemed like Tennessee only lost one game a year,” Hood said. “I strive to play like those players and be like those teams and when we don’t, I feel like I’ve failed.” Young, who left the Bearden program as one of East Tennessee’s most decorated running backs, is looking to contribute in 2012. He said, however, that he knows nothing will See VOLS on Page 18C

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10 11 12 13 13 14 15 15 17 17 18 19 19 20 21 22 22 23 24 24 25 26 26 27 28 29 30 30 31 33 34 35 35 36 37 38 39 39 40 40 41 42 43 43

Michael Palardy Alton Howard Michael Williams Byron Moore Tyler Drummer LaTroy Lewis Davante Bourque Vincent Dallas Drae Bowles Corey Alexander Tyler Bray Daniel Gray

JR PK/P FR WR SO DB RS JR DB JR WR FR LB FR TB SO DB FR WR SR DB JR QB FR DB Sam Cranford FR WR Marsalis Teague SR DB Justin Hunter JR WR Nathan Peterman FR QB Naz Oliver RS JR DB Patrick Ashford SO QB Justin Worley SO QB Tyrin Fairman SO DB Marlin Lane Jr. SO TB Joe Stocstill FR QB Brent Brewer JR DB Jason Croom FR WR Tyler Coombes JR DB Devrin Young SO TB Rajion Neal JR TB Da´Rick Rogers JR WR Reggie Juin JR TB Rod Wilks RS SR DB Prentiss Waggner RS SR DB Deanthonie Summerhill JR TB Eric Gordon RS JR DB Quenshaun Watson FR TB Geraldo Orta RS FR DB Derrick Brodus JR PK/P Justin Coleman SO DB Deion Bonner FR DB Tom Smith SO TB Alden Hill FR TB Max Arnold SO DB Tino Thomas FR DB LaDarrell McNeil FR DB Herman Lathers RS SR LB David Page FR TE Jaron Toney JR DB Cody Blanc FR WR Brian Randolph SO DB Justin King FR FB Michael Cantwell SO LB Ben Bartholomew RS SR FB Alex Ellis SO TE Raiques Crump JR LB Dontavis Sapp JR LB Charles Folger FR TE Matt Darr RS SO P Dakota Summers JR TE

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be easy in the SEC. “Me and the coaches talked a lot about what my role will be,” he said. “It depends on how much I improve and that all boils down to how hard I’m willing to work.” He’s pleased to have the opportunity to compete for the starting tailback position this season. “It’s definitely a blessing to be in the mix,” Young said. Young may understand that his work ethic will determine his success as a sophomore. But a running back is usually only as good as the offensive line.

The Vols had one of the nation’s worst ground attacks in 2011. Tennessee averaged a paltry 2.8 yards per carry as the offensive line struggled to keep running backs upright. The offensive line should be improved in 2012, according to Young. “It was just awesome to see how the line plays,” he said. “It’s safe to say that they’ve really improved. “They’ve really come together and bonded well. Our offensive line is just awesome.” Hood and Young are two of seven area players who were in camp for the Big Orange. Four Tennessee players; Austin Bolen (junior, fullback), Jacob Gilliam (junior, offensive lineman), Greg Grieco (junior, linebacker) and Michael Williams (sophomore, defensive back) all played

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Michael Palardy Alton Howard Michael Williams Byron Moore Tyler Drummer LaTroy Lewis Davante Bourque Vincent Dallas Drae Bowles Corey Alexander Tyler Bray Daniel Gray Sam Cranford Marsalis Teague Justin Hunter Nathan Peterman Naz Oliver Patrick Ashford Justin Worley Tyrin Fairman Marlin Lane Jr. Joe Stocstill Brent Brewer Jason Croom Tyler Coombes Devrin Young Rajion Neal Da´Rick Rogers Reggie Juin Rod Wilks Prentiss Waggner Deanthonie Summerhill Eric Gordon Quenshaun Watson Geraldo Orta Derrick Brodus Justin Coleman Deion Bonner Tom Smith Alden Hill Max Arnold Tino Thomas LaDarrell McNeil Herman Lathers David Page Jaron Toney Cody Blanc Brian Randolph Justin King Michael Cantwell Ben Bartholomew Alex Ellis Raiques Crump Dontavis Sapp Charles Folger Matt Darr Dakota Summers

YEAR YEAR

POS. POS.

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