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Chaminade Julienne football preview


Outlook: A new home field (Wayne High School), emerging sophomore QB Jacob Harrison and a drop to Division V are just some of the factors that will play into Chaminade Julienne’s football season.

High School: Chaminade Julienne Eagles

Division this season: V

Division last season: IV

Region: 20

League/conference: Greater Catholic League North.

Head coach: Marcus Colvin. Career Record: 15-8 in two years at CJ. 2011 Region 16 Finalist. Assistant coaches: Jason Freshwater, Darrell Howard, Nathan Hyatt, Tyler Koch, Zack Kauth, Jerry Puckett, Jeremy Valentine, Cole Ward, Bob Young, John Zaidain

2012 record: Overall: 6-4; Conference: 4-3.

2012 highlight(s)/notable achievement(s): Defeated Troy 21-14 in Week 1.

5 key returners:

Will Peterson, sr., DB/WR, 6-0, 170

Juleon Elmore, sr., LB/RB, 5-8, 175

Braxton Horton, jr., DB, 5-9, 170

Jacob Harrison, so., QB, 6-0, 175

Tyler Traylor, so., WR/LB, 6-2, 195

Key newcomers:

Zach Burneka, jr., WR, 6-0, 175

Sam Stidham, jr., OL, 6-1, 245

Adam Pendergrass, jr., OL/DL, 6-1, 245

Marvin Radford, jr., OL/DL, 6-0, 235

Josh Simons, so., TE/LB, 6-1, 225

Coach’s comments: “A tough and talented core of sophomores and juniors will see opportunities on Friday night for the Eagles this fall. While young across the board, I am excited about the potential of this football team.”

Schedule:

8/29 TROY @ Wayne, 7 PM

9/6 THURGOOD MARSHALL @ WAYNE, 7:30 PM

9/13 @ MEADOWDALE WELCOME STADIUM, 7 PM

9/20 PURCELL MARIAN @ UC (SHEAKLEY CTR), 7:30 PM

9/27 ROGER BACON @ WAYNE, 7:30 PM

10/5 @ MCNICHOLAS, 1 PM

10/11 BADIN @ WAYNE, 7:30 PM

10/18 FENWICK @ Wayne, 7:30 PM

10/25 @ CARROLL, 7:30 PM

11/1 ALTER @ FAIRMONT, 7:30 PM


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