The Ronan Chiefs Keys to Victory:
1. Keeping our focus on the next play.
2. Executing our offensive and defensive schemes with attention to
3. Containing the Pilgrims’ Kyler Harris, Chase Bown, and Tyler Powell who
are a formidable set of skill players.
Chiefs Players to Watch:
Justin Krahn QB/FS – Received All-Conference accolades on defense last
year and takes the helm at quarterback this year. He is an accurate
passer and excellent decision maker.
Cole Gerhardt OG/DE – Received First Team All-Conference on offense and
defense last year. He is an athletic lineman that runs like a back.
Cole Snyder WR/CB – Received Second Team All-Conference on offense and
defense last year.
11 receptions for 196 yards 17.8 yards per catch 3 TDs
11 returns for 375 yards
Bryce Cullen WR/SS – Received First Team All-Conference on offense and
defense last year.
36 carries for 193 yards 5.4 yards per carry 1 TD
14 receptions for 263 yards 18.8 yards per catch 3 TDs
Timberlake keys to success
Offensively Timberlake must be successful on first and second down. Timberlake’s wing T offense is not suited for second or third down and long.
Defensively Timberlake has to stop Frenchtown from converting third and long conversions (over 5 yards). This has been a problem with past THS defenses.
Timberlake’s kicking game in the past has been inconsistent. Consistency in punting, and kick off coverage is the key to establishing good field position through out the game.
Salmon High School’s three keys to victory:
- Cover the passing game
- Stop the run
- Limit turnovers
- Quinton Hildreth –
- Games Played 9
- Solo Tackles 51
- Total Tackles 51
- Tackles Per Game 5.7
- Sacks 10.0
- Sacks Per Game 1.1
- Zack Miner –
- Total Receiving Yards 541
- Average Receiving Yards 15.91
- Catches 34
- Receiving Yards Per Game 60.1
- Receiving TDs 4
- Total TDs 4
3 keys to victory v. Ronan
1. No turnovers/get takeaways
2. Stop the run
3. Limit penalties
Break out Players
72 tackles, 6.5 sacks, 1 INT, 3 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery in 2013
54 receptions 784 yards 13 TDs in 2013
Rep Your State, Montana v Idaho
Hamilton (MT) v Salmon (ID) August 29 7pm
Ronan (MT) v New Plymouth (ID) August 30 2pm
Frenchtown (MT) v Timberlake (ID) August 30 7pm
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