Coach: Darren Hartley (fourth year)

Last year’s record: 9-2 (lost in PTC final)

Returning letter winners: Seniors — Brandon Vye (TB/OLB), Wade Colon (G/DT), Jake Goulette (G/DE), Zac Henry (WR/DE), Alex Clark (WR/CB), Ben Denison (C/DT), Dylan Gagnon (T/DT), Christian Mitchell (T/DT), Devin Jackson (TE), Justin Landry (FB/ILB), Fred Reed (QB/CB); Junior
— Teven Colon (QB/CB), Cory Spruill (TB/DE).

Key losses:  Cody Goddard (QB), Dylon Therrien (RB/LB), Buddy Foss (RB), Sean Daigle (TE/DE), Grady Burns (G/NT), Shane Ciriello (WR/FS), Bruce Gerry (C/LB), Dominique Bailey (WR).

Promising newcomers: Seniors — Jimmy Foss (WR/FS), Ryan Arnold (TE), Derek Higgins (WR/CB); Juniors
— Kenny Treadwell (QB/TB/WR), Alexander Lee (T/NT), Ben Bellevue (OLB), Ryan Farrissey (FB/OLB), Ray Grady (CB), Alex Smith (C/MLB), Cody Meserve (T/DT), Garrett Weldon (WR/CB), Mike Lucas (WR/FS), Zack LeBlond (TE), Zach Earle (TE), Avery Jackson (T/DT); Sophomores — Josh Delong (QB/TB/WR), Luke Farrago (FB/MLB), Darnell Hairston (TB).

Outlook: The high-powered passing game may be a thing of the past, but the Red Eddies should still be able to move the football with new skill players and a big, experienced offensive line. Colon brings speed and athleticism under center, and Hartley will take advantage with some option in their spread offense. Vye and Spruill will split most of the carries and may even line up in the backfield together. The key will be the line of scrimmage, though, where the Eddies have the potential to be dominant on both sides of the ball.  

Coach’s comment:

“We have to be very good defensively, not make too many mistakes offensively and be better on special teams so we can hang around.”  —
Darren Hartley

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