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2020 Whippany Park Wildcats Preseason Football Preview

The 2020 Preseason Football Previews are sponsored by the County College of Morris, offering an an outstanding education at an affordable price with Division II and III athletics. Go to www.ccm.edu right now to learn more about this amazing educational institution that is right in our backyard in Randolph, NJ.

The Staff

Head Coach:  Don Morgenroth

Years on the Job:  5th year at WP, 14 as a head coach and 26 total years coaching

Assistants:  Jason Isza, Anthony Egidio, Dave D’Addozio, Mike DelleDonne, Scott Schiller & Ian Proctor

Returning Starters:  John Brulato 12th RB/LB, Cooper Dimmick 11th OL/OLB, Aiden Melian 11th OL/DL, Max Oswald 11th WR/OLB, Thomas Ung 11th RB/DB, Teddy Ciamillo 11th OL/LB & Robbie Ramundo 11th OL/DL

Player’s Expected to Step Up:  Dylan Yacat 12th WR/DB, Kyle Berkowitz 12th OL/DL, Matt Bretz 11th RB/DB & Jake Dodson 11th OL/DL

From the Coach

What This Team Does Better than Anybody:  They are a team and they put each other first and look after each other. They have learned how to push each other through the tough times.

Biggest Surprise of the Off-season:  The commitment level from every player from 9th to 12th.  CJ Conte and Jake Honl are two upcoming sophomores that seem like they will be contributing to our success this season.

Team Goal:  To get back the Wildcat WAY and play physical football that will ultimately give us success in the win column.

Final Thought:  We have several players like juniors Jordan Eaton, Andy Sieradzki and Chris Feula that we believe will could help us stay healthy by them stepping up and being able to come on the field to give our two way plays a blow at times.

George Muha’s Take

George Muha’s Take is sponsored by Parisi Speed School of Morristown. Reach out to Parisi today to get bigger, faster and stronger because champions are made in the off-season.

This current junior class had a lot of success at the peewee levels and I’ve been following them as they’ve come up to high school.  Now that many in this group will be playing at the varsity level, we are going to see them start to re-kindle that success they were used to.  I like how some of these players have been maturing too.  As an example, junior QB Hunter Morganroth has gotten bigger and stronger but also seems to really take ownership of his leadership role.  Prediction:  Whippany Park will compete very well against this schedule and has the ability to make a massive turn around from their 0-9 2019 season.   And nothing gives a team confidence like dubs and you can expect the ‘Cats to enjoy those this season!

Schedule

10/3 @ North Warren
10/9 vs. Boonton
10/16 vs. Sussex Tech
10/23 @ Hopatcong
10/31 @ Wallkill Valley
11/6 vs. Kinnelon

Roster

# Last Name First Name WT HT Grade
1 Hunter Morgenroth 145 5’10” 11
2 Dylan Yacat 160 5’11” 12
3 Riley Barnet 140 5’7 10
4 Andrew Deehan 120 5’4” 9
5 Nick Keenan 150 5’8” 10
6 John Ehrhardt 135 5’7” 9
8 David Farrel 180 6’1” 10
10 Christopher Krentz 150 5’11 11
11 Sean Molnar 150 5’10” 9
13 Chris Feula 150 5’5 11
14 Jordan Eaton 165 6’0” 11
15 Dylan Ditore 119 5’3” 10
16 Jake Gillespie 150 5’8 10
17 Kevin Graham 130 5’10” 9
18 Christian Conte 150 5’0 10
20 AJ Erhardt 150 5’7 11
22 John Brulato 195 5’10 12
23 Lucas D’Addozio 130 5’7” 9
24 Matthew Bretz 185 5’10 11
26 Cole Montano 135 5’8” 9
28 Thomas Ung 145 5’5 11
29 Devon Ferrante 125 5’7” 9
30 Michael Faime 145 5’5” 9
31 Joshua Young 130 5’5” 9
32 Brian Mchugh 145 5’9” 11
33 Jarred Marcus 160 5’10 11
# Last Name First Name WT HT Grade
40 Caden Burkhard 130 5’8” 9
42 Connor McFarland 140 5’7” 11
43 John Ehrhardt 135 5’8” 9
44 Cameron Getsinger 155 5’7 10
51 Teddy Ciamillo 150 5’6 11
52 Michael Cefolo 185 5’9 11
53 Robbie Ramundo 200 5’8 11
54 Nicholas Knauss 185 5’10 11
55 Kyle Berkowitz 175 5’7 12
57 Andy Sieradzki 195 5’8 11
63 Carmine Freeman 165 5’8” 9
64 Christopher Berardino 155 5’6 10
65 Julius Hienatenk 225 5’10” 9
66 Peter Urato 165 5’5” 9
68 Deniz Tuncay 165 5’11” 9
70 Russel Menoni 190 5’6 10
72 Jake Honl 210 5’10 10
74 Ajani Dempster 200 5’7” 10
75 Aiden Melian 275 5’8 11
76 Jake Dodson 215 6’1 11
77 Martin Abdelmessih 285 5’9” 11
78 Cooper Dimmick 175 5’9 11
79 Jacob Berrecki 130 5’3” 9
85 Brendan Quinn 155 5’10 11
88 Max Oswald 170 5’11 10

George Muha has been covering high school sports since 2006. He feels high school scholar-athletes are the most important part of the community and highlighting their achievements on the field, in the classroom and within the community is his personal mission.

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