By: John Raffel
New coach for Reese football
Cody J. Reif is Reese's new football coach.
Key athletes that have graduated from last season's team:
Michael Sheridan, Dylan Tetil, Adam Fisher, Sean Novak, Jared Wortman, Owen Galsterer, Trevor Clark, Gabe Robinson, Tanoah Palmreuter
Reif: Every senior had a hand in writing their chapter of Reese Football. They were gamers each and every week and never forgot how to represent Reese with class.
Several athletes who will be key players...name, year in school, position.Expectations from each of these athletes this season.
Bryce Brechtelsbauer (Sr.) - TE & DE
Quincy Davenport (Sr.) - G & DT
Tyler Day (Sr.) - G & DT
Connor Goka (Sr.) - G & LB
Mason Hawes (Sr.) - T & DT
Johnathon Hudson (Sr.) - RB & DB
Deven Jewell (Sr.) - RB & DB
Isaac Johnson (Sr.) - QB & DB
Shaun Krieger (Sr.) - TE & DE
Wyatt Schember (Sr.) - G & DT
Alex Trombley (Sr.) - WR & DB
"I expect these young men to give everything that they have. They are a hard-working, tight-knit group that works very well together. I have had the honor of coaching them for a couple of years and I would do anything for this group of young men. They are definition of what it means to be Rockets.I expect our team to compete against one another week in and week out. I believe that their never-quit, team mentality will help produce a solid foundation for this season and going forward. Our strength is the dedication and commitment that these seniors and juniors have given to our community and school. They are proud to be Rockets and they challenge and encourage one another.
"The Greater Thumb Conference is a very difficult football conference. Every team from top to bottom is always a hard-hitting, all-out battle. I believe that this season the entire field is filled with talented rosters that can produce a team each and every week. I see our team working extremely hard to maintain our long-standing tradition of playing fast, hard-hitting, physical football. I am proud to be apart of the Great Thumb Conference with teams that represent their communities and Thumb well for hard-working, small town football."