|County boys soccer capsules (08-16-13)|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune|
|Friday, 16 August 2013 07:40|
County boys soccer capsules
Body: BOWLING GREEN
Coach: Tim Memmer, 16th season.
2012 record: 9-7-1 overall, 2-5 in the Northern Lakes League (sixth).
Returning letter winners: Seniors Kevin Connell, Steven Gerdeman, Brian LeGalley, Judson McDaniel and Nathan Sell; Juniors Michael Murphy, Josiah Nichols, Chance Bailey and Jacob Schultz; and sophomores Lucas Bouzat, Clark Mayerry and Tony Reisberg. Senior Kassie Memmer has joined the boys team after lettering on the girls team last season.
Coach's comment: "I am very excited about this year's team. We have a talented group with very good balance of depth throughout all positions. The seniors have done a wonderful job of incorporating the younger players into our system as we have prepared for the start of the season."
Coach: Joe Montag, first season.
2012 record: 10-4-4 overall, second in the Northern Buckeye Conference.
Returning letter winners: Senior Joey Salinas, Andrew Davidson, Steven Bradley and Chris Mercer; and sophomore Lucas McCullough.
Coach's comment: "We are looking forward to a productive winning season as we look to our seniors for their continued leadership and mentoring to our younger classmen. The keys to our success will be to maintain a good work ethic during training and a strong discipline during matches. Our defensive maturity, combined with our offensive creativity, will provide us with the opportunity to be a contender for the league title."
Coach: Chad Lillich, sixth season.
2012 record: 8-10-1 overall, fourth in the NBC.
Returning letter winners: Seniors Jeremy Likes, Vince Askins and Danny Patel; and sophomores Damon Plummer and Cody Sutter.
Coach's comment: "We have a young team looking to build from last season. They will have to pick up the new system we are running this year and avoid injuries to have a successful season."
Coach: Johan Svanberg, 13th season.
2012 record: First in the Northwest Ohio High School Soccer League, sixth in the NBC.
Returning letter winners: Seniors Diego Martinez, Josh Tremonti, Max Miller, Alex Ayala, Austin Thomas and Jacob Miller; and juniors Josh Horseman and Andrew Michaelis.
Coach's comment: "We lost some valuable players to graduation, so quite a few returning players will play in new positions from last year. The key to our success will be how fast we can come together as a unit and accept our roles and responsibilities on the team."
Coach: Mike Timbrook, 12th season.
2012 record: 8-8-2 overall, 4-2-1 in the NLL (third).
Returning letter winners: Seniors Michael Bosworth, Stephen Beaujean and Aaron Davis; juniors Chris Beluska, Kyle Rowan, Tyler Wenzelman, Tommy Corcoran, Albert Damsi, Kyle Wyrick, Jacob Kirby and Adam Dunkel; and sophomores Zak Miller and Logan Giesige.
Coach's comment: See related story.
Coach: Dave Kidd, first season.
2012 record: 11-5-2 overall, third in the NBC.
Returning letter winners: Seniors Levan Gubeladze, John Hotz, Cameron Karavas, Todd Kitzler and Alek Wood; juniors Hector Aguirre, Justin Klocko and Spencer Kobylak; and sophomore Justin Groom.
Coach's comment: "We have a mix of veteran and new players. Our team goal will be to win the NBC and make a strong playoff run in the state tournament. We have also been working on expanding our youth programs and we will have our first junior high season this fall. My goal and vision is to put Rossford soccer on the map as a consistent contender in the NBC and state tournament. The key to our success will be to play an attacking and indirect style of soccer with possession of the ball as our primary focus. We have enough experienced players to be a serious threat to the NBC title and I am excited about the opportunities and challenges of this upcoming season."
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