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Clark County returns 14 seniors for the 2023 football season.
Going down the roster are seniors Collin Hunziker, Konner Westerkamp, Jonny Shinn, Lucus Eddleman, Callan Wheeler, Koy Nixon, Brayen James, Drew Holsted, Camden Morss, Luke Plenge, Odie Cook, Josh Davidson, Landen Farmer, and Clint Chamley
“It’s great when you return that many guys. Some of them have been starting for us since they were sophomores, so they’ve played a lot of minutes. They know the speed of the game, and what it takes to win,” said Indian Head Coach Ethan Allen.
“We came up short in a few games last year, and I think we’ve figured out what we need to do better,” he said.
“We’ve absolutely put on a lot of size and strength in the off season,” said Allen. “The work that we’ve put in is going to translate to the field really well, and that’s exciting,”
At the quarterback position, Brayen James will start the season. Allen hopes to have Callan Wheeler back in action by mid- September.
“But that’s not to say that Chayce Webster won’t be taking some snaps,” Allen added.
The experienced backfield of Jonny Shinn and Drew Holsted will be formidable.
“Our backfield is experienced and as top quality as we’ve had. They’re both hard-nosed and have breakaway speed, and they do a good job,” he added.
The offense is also loaded with receivers.
“We have tons of guys we can go to with the ball, and they’re all experienced,” Allen said. “We can use them so many ways.”
The line should be strong, with six big seniors holding down the fort.
So who looks tough this year?
“Centralia is always tough because of numbers. Monroe City always has some top quality guys up front, and Palmyra will be kind of a question mark,” Allen said.
Allen is assisted by Brock Egley, Dennis Dent, Jaden Bethel, Cason Wilt, Ethan Horton, John Weaver, Lance Smith, Layne Sommers, Trevor Schorr and Chayson Kliene.