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Here’s your first look at LL League Section 1 football for the upcoming 2021 season in Pennsylvania

With warm-up routines set to start on August 9 and Week 1 games set to continue on August 27, here’s a pre-camp Lancaster-Lebanon League football primer for Category 2 teams.

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Here’s your first look at LL League Section 1 football for the upcoming 2021 season in Pennsylvania

COCALICO EAGLES

  • COACH: Bryan Strohl (second season; 4-4).
  • LAST YEAR: 3-2 Phase 2; 4-4 overall.
  • 2021 SCHEDULE: 8-21 @ Ephrata (scrimmage); 8-27 Conrad Weiser; 9-2 @ Cedar Cliff; 9-10 Governor Mifflin; 9-17 @ Garden Spot; 9-24 Manheim Township; 10-1 Solanco; 10-8 @ Conestoga District; 10-15 @ Elizabethtown; 10-22 Warwick; 10-29 @ Manheim Central.
  • OFFENSIVE SCHEME:
  • DEFENSIVE SCHEME: 4-3.

MAJOR PLAYERS LOST FROM 2020

OT-DE Ben Bearinger, WR-DB Casey Bernhard, QB Carson Nash.

MAJOR PLAYERS RETURN IN 2021

WR-LB Luke Angstadt, RB-LB Tyler Angstadt, RB-LB Anthony Bourassa, DB Ethan Brown, OT-DT Ryan Brubaker, OG-DT Chuckie Drain, RB-DB Brycen Flinton, RB-DB Steven Flinton, C-DT Jared Stauffer, QB-DB Blayke Taddei, OG-DE Chase Tucker, RB-LB Austin Vang, OT-DE Damien Wolf.

QUESTION MARK

With 18 full-time beginners returning to start camp, there are not many Eagle Country question marks. And that’s a good thing. The biggest is probably the QB area, where pitch man Nash has moved on, so the Cocalico has space in the most important area to call where they are attacked three times. Two words to remember: Taddei took the last few seasons, two years ago after Noah Palm and last year following Nash. You certainly know the difficulty in the Eagles’ pitch system. And ninth-grader Josh Myer, we are told of a ticket to a bright future in the bright and white color of the Eagles. Remember his name; he will not. We are anxious to see if he gets any time behind the institutions in his new campaign. Stay tuned.

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THE SKINNY

Tons of what we will love in Denver, as the Eagles will bring back the talent of the talented and water kids, including O-line brute Brubaker, who recently committed to play in South Carolina for the SEC. He will set up a strong O-line that also brings back Stauffer, Wolf, Drain, and Tucker, so the Cocalico should be A-OK in the trenches. As mentioned, they will block the new QB, but that new Flexbone pilot will have a number of animals around him, such as Bourassa, the Flinton cat brothers, and Vang, who are unable to run through obstacles.

Bourassa had a wildlife season last year. The defense is in terrible hands with all three of the brought-back players – Angstadt tandem and Vang – as well as the second Brown and two strong Drain and Wolf, who are very disruptive and fold and cut in front. If Strohl replaces QB, the Cocalico could very well be the team to beat in Division 2.

CONESTOGA VALLEY BUCKSKINS

  • COACH: Gerad Novak (season 21 second season; 82-90).
  • LAST YEAR: 3-2 Phase 2; 6-2 total.
  • 2021SCHEDULE: 8-21 @ Lebanon (scrimmage); 8-27 @ Penn Manor; 9-3 Garden Spot; 9-10 Lampeter-Strasburg; 9-17 @ Daniel Boone; 9-24 @ McCaskey; 10-1 @ Elizabethtown; 10-8 Cocalico; 10-15 Manheim Central; 10-22 @ Solanco; 10-29 at Warwick.
  • OFFENSIVE SCHEME:
  • DEFENSIVE SCHEME: 4-3.

MAJOR LOST PLAYERS FROM 2020

WR-DB Zach Fisher, DT Spencer Gehman, K Nate Heck, LB Marcus Humphries, DT Charles Janvrin, RB Booper Johnson, RB-LB Kaden Martin, DB Cooper McCloud, WR-DB Keaghan Sweigart, OT- U-DE Simeon Teklu.

MAJOR PLAYERS RETURN IN 2021

OG Noah Admassu, TE-LB Michael Burnett, QB Macoy Kneisley, DE Josue Marente, C-DT Carter May, OG Kyle McGallicher, WR-DB Jaiyell Plowden, OT Thomas Ripson, WR-DB Avery Tran, RB-DB Nick Tran.

QUESTION MARK

The Bucks have a total of 10 full-time starters back, so Witmer has some holes to fill, including the four positions that All-Star players left: Wideout (Fisher for so long), RB (Johnson for so long, and his incredible Incredibly great nickname), an OT point (such a long Teklu) and a kicker (such a long Heck).

THE SKINNY

Some beginners graduate, it’s true. However, there is still a lot of interest in the CV camp, as the Bucks hope to climb the ladder to eradicate the red-hot 5-0 last year, after a wonky start made by COVID 1-2. Kneisley, who had a good season resting back in the middle of last fall, is back this year under his belt to direct a CV attack. He will be with Plowden, a du player, on the sidelines, and the Tran boys, who are vet O players.

Here’s your first look at LL League Section 1 football for the upcoming 2021 season in Pennsylvania

More good news: Admassu and May are back to stop O-line, and McGallicher is expected to return to the trenches after missing last season injured. That’s a good start up front for the Bucks, who want to keep this mojo going. Category 2 should be a race champion.

ELIZABETHTOWN BEARS

  • COACH: Andy Breault (season 4; 12-17).
  • LAST YEAR: 0-5 Section 2; 2-6 overall.
  • 2021 SCHEDULE: 8-21 Palmyra (scale); 8-27 @ Done; 9-3 @ Mechanicsburg; 9-10 Dauphin below; 9-17 McCaskey; 9-24 @ Cedar Crest; 10-1 Conestoga Valley; 10-8 @ Warwick; 10-15 Cocalico; 10-22 @ Manheim Central; 10-29 Solanco.
  • OFFENSIVE SCHEME:
  • DEFENSIVE SCHEME: 4-3.

FAMOUS PLAYERS MISSING FROM 2020

RB-DB Riley Drager, OG-DE Jett Kelly, OT-DT Billy McNitt, LB Bobby Walters.

MAJOR PLAYERS RETURN IN 2021

WR-LB Brock Belmont, WR-DB Brady Breault, C-DT Brayden Burkholder, RB-DB Cade Capello, WR-DB Braxton Cicero, WR-DB Braden Cummings, TE-DE Brandon Frey, QB – WR-DB Patrick Gilhool, TE-DE Jake Heckman, RB-LB Logan Lentz, OT-DT Zack Lippold, DB Elijah MacFarlane, K Chaz Mowrer, OG-DE Riley Runnels, QB Josh Rudy.

QUESTION MAKE

There are definitely two. First and foremost, the Bears should find a few line stalwarts that will replace Kelly and McNitt, causing extensive damage to the sub-E-town area a few years ago. They were leaders of blood and courage, and their resilience would be lost. Second, the Bears will need someone in the linebacker team to be a new hit-man tackler, now that Walters, who has been working all over the world, has moved on.

THE SKINNY

Yes, the Bears will miss Kelly-McNitt-Walters’ team, and Drager was one of E-town’s most famous players last year. But look at this list of “key returning players”: There is a lot of power to get back to the Bears camp, and after taking the lumps for the final fall – 0-5 in the semi-finals, which is rare in E-town – the team is ready to do some damage.

The motive should definitely be there. It looks like Rudy, who shared QB and Gilhool’s work a few years ago, will be entering the full-time gym behind the center, with Gilhool moving to a wider range, where he will have owners like Belmont, Breault, Cicero, Cummings, and Frey, giving Rudy an experienced team to lead. And definitely remember Lentz’s name, awaiting the rest of the season behind the pitch, with Capello and another catch. Gut Hunting: The Bears are back to being da Bears this fall. You have been warned.

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