2017 NORTHERN LAKES CONFERENCE FOOTBALL CAPSULES

by | Aug 14, 2017 | Featured, Football Blogs, Headlines, RRSN News | 0 comments

Concord (Craig Koehler, third season): 6-4, lost to Fort Wayne Snider, 56-3, in Class 5A sectional semifinal. Have to replace wide receivers Cedric Mitchell and Anthony Kyle. Top players back include senior quarterback Jack Lietzan and senior running back Dominick DeBroka.

Elkhart Memorial (Scot Shaw, third season): 2-8, lost to Mishawaka, 42-13, in Class 5A sectional opener. Have to replace quarterback Nathan Williams and lineman John Kelly. Top players back include senior wide receiver Nolan Grose and sophomore running back Tyler Brownlee.

Goshen (Kyle Park, fourth season): 8-3, lost to Fort Wayne Snider, 56-16, in Class 5A sectional final. Have to replace quarterback C.J. Detweiler and wide receiver Rummel Johnson. Top players back include senior linemen Steven Worlds and Ian Hostetler.

Northridge (Tom Wogomon, fifth season): 3-8, lost to NorthWood, 44-13, in Class 4A sectional semifinal. Have to replace lineman Jackson Jacobs and defensive back Josh Schlabach. Top players back include senior quarterback Nick Hooley and junior quarterback Julius Graber.

NorthWood (Nate Andrews, fourth season): 14-1, lost to Indianapolis Roncalli, 34-22, in Class 4A state championship. Have to replace quarterback Trey Bilinski and linebacker Drew Minnich. Top players back include junior running back Bronson Yoder and senior wide receiver De’Andre Smart.

Plymouth (John Barron, 14th season): 5-6, lost to East Noble, 40-22, in Class 4A sectional semifinal. Have to replace linebacker Caleb Koss and lineman Jorge Quintana. Top players back include senior defensive back Jeremy Drudge and senior linebacker Nate LaFree.

Warsaw (Phil Jensen, 18th season): 6-5, lost to Homestead, 52-27, in Class 6A sectional final. Have to replace quarterback Michael Jensen and wide receiver De’Andre Street. Top players back include senior running back Will McGarvey and senior wide receiver Zach Riley.

Wawasee (Mike Eshbach, first season): 4-6, lost to Northridge, 21-20, in Class 4A sectional opener. Have to replace quarterback Tyler Smith and running back Phil Mendoza. Top players back include senior running back-defensive back Alec Rosbrugh and senior wide receiver Jacob Hand.

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