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Western Hills 2010


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Western Hills had its most successful season in school history in 2009, but lost a great deal to graduation. Hills lost 4 out of 5 offensive linemen; as well as FB/LB Justin Wright, TE/DE Cody Hecker, and QB/LB (and UL signee) Dylan Curry. The good news for WH is that they do return most of their skill players and the majority of their defense. Besides the loss of talent, it might be even harder to replace the loss of leadership. Defense will have to carry WH until the offense gets up to speed. Hills returns leading tackler LB Arie Slone, DT Ken Holbrrok, LB Quentin Martin, DB Bobby Clay, S Chris Pugh, S Jacob Sharp, and DB Dakota Miley on defense. The offense has more holes to fill, but has the skill players to overcome inexperience. Christian Wilkins returns as a 2 year starter at center, but is the only offensive lineman with Varsity experience. Pugh, Clay, and Miley return at WR; while Logan Curry (6'4", 235 lbs) returns as a big target at TE. Martin will try to replace Wright's 1000 yards and 12 TDs at FB. The other big question mark on offense will be at QB. Dylan Curry was a 3 1/2 year starter at QB, as well as having a big arm and running ability. Slone will take over at QB. Slone has decent size (6'3", 210 lbs) as well as good football IQ (calling plays on both offense and defense). Coach Don Miller has done a great job of building Western Hills into a competative program, and this team will be well coached. As long as Hills is able to limit injuries, they should be able to compete for a district title in one of the most balanced districts in the state.

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