Coach: Dick Mynahan (12th year)

Class: Western D

Last year’s record: 4-5, lost in Western C quarterfinals

Returning letter-winners: Seniors — Kyle Bourget (QB), Dale Crafts (G/DE), Jordan Glover (WR/DE), Quincy Thompson (RB/DB), Jordan Torres (RB/DB); Juniors — Joe Philbrick (FB/LB), Darren Ward (OL/DL).

Key losses: Nick Collins (OL/DL), Ryan Brewer (OL/DL),  Casey Garrison (OL/DL), Mason Haley (RB/LB), Brandon Hovey (TE/DB), Kyle Sheehan (FB/LB), .

Promising newcomers: Seniors — Robert Wood (T), Alex Bennett (C), Brett Gravel (T), Brandon Laurelez (WR/LB); Junior — Josh Collier (NG); Sophomore — Henry Adams (E/DB).

Season outlook: Anyone who has had Lisbon on their schedule in recent years knows that they’re a lot better off catching them early in the season. Plan on this team getting tougher as the weather turns colder, too. Facing Thompson, one of the most versatile, dynamic and determined athletes in Class D, is no picnic regardless of the date. He and Torres give the Greyhounds plenty of speed in the backfield, and Mynahan expects to have some freshmen contributing by the end of the year. He also believes Bourget can build off the improvement he showed last year to provide more consistent balance through the air. The interior line is a work in progress, but there is good size and depth in the trenches. 

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