South Carroll Cavaliers

Central Maryland Conference Outlooks

September 01, 1991

South Carroll


Coach: Ken Parker, 25th year

Assistant coaches: Gene Brown, Joe Foltz, Jerome Ellis, Ralph Goodwin, Joe McCulloh, Kevin Cool, Jim Foster, Bill Merashoff

Last year's record: 4-6, 1-6 in the Central Maryland Conference

Top returnees: Seniors, quarterback Joey Goodwin, flanker/safety Mike Downs, offensive guard/nose guard Chris Logue, center/defensive tackle Bryan Solesha, fullback/linebacker Hank Zuretti

Top newcomers: Seniors, kicker/running back Ronnie Robinson, tight end/defensive end Andy Manley; juniors, running back/linebackerMike Dodd, fullback/linebacker Jeff Weisenborn

Coach's comments: "I'm going to have fun either way. I'm going to enjoy it. We've got agreat coaching staff that can help me. It's just a matter of getting(the players) motivated to execute. It's all up to them. The kids have a great attitude, and they have to have that on every play. For usto be really successful, everybody else needs to do it, to just get it done."

The Carroll County Sun's outlook: Parker knows his SouthCarroll team cannot depend on the pass as it did last year. Quarterback Joey Goodwin is back, but the Cavaliers must find a ground game to balance the offense and make it more effective. Robinson and seniorTroy Jones, along with Dodd, will try to solve the running game's problems at tailback while Zuretti and Weisenborn will share time at fullback. They will run behind an experienced line led by Solesha at center. The Cavaliers' defense must be tougher and not allow teams to push it all over the field like happened at times last year. Logue andSolesha will key the defensive line with Zuretti anchoring the linebacking corps. Success in these two areas, plus a good year with mechanics, could lift South Carroll to a better season.

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