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"He's been so good at what he's done for so long that I've just come to expect him to make those throws," coach Ryan Schwiesow said. "There are days that we stand back as a coaching staff and we are grateful that dude is on our football team."
Though the Black Raiders have plenty of starters back, one vacant starting position is at quarterback with the graduation of Nate Zyzda, who passed for 954 yards and rushed for 394 yards last year. He combined for 14 touchdowns.
Mitch Mohr's first two seasons were difficult as North went a combined 1-17, but last season the Stars nudged upward with a 2-7 record. That may not seem like a major accomplishment, but the two wins equaled the Stars' total from 2015 to 2017.
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Though the Chargers had a winning season a year ago, they lost four of their last six. That includes an overtime contest to Dordt and the season finale to Northwestern.
Mollring hopes that leadership translates to the field and that the Beavers are able to close out games better. Three of the Beavers losses in 2018 were by 7 points or fewer, and Buena Vista gave up 22 points in the final quarter of a fourth loss.
The last time the Crusaders had a .500 record was in 1994, and that's the only .500 season in the last 30 years. In the last three decades, Bishop Heelan has only had 10 seasons with more than two losses.
Wide receiver Shane Solberg, quarterback Tyson Kooima and running back Jacob Kalogonis each have a chance for a special season for the Red Raiders.
Head coach Justin Smith has had little trouble filling those open spots in past years, as the Warriors have gone 50-16 in the past six years. It's his 22nd season as a head coach; he's 135-76.
Ponder, who returns after running for 1,683 yards in his sophomore season, set that goal in the preseason. He's the new center of a Mustangs offense without quarterback Trent Solsma and wide receiver Connor Niles, who both graduated.
Panthers coach Jeff VanDenHul says the program has the built the kind of depth he wants over the past few seasons in order to fill those spots, even if his team might not have the same "dynamic" qualities as in years past.