James Terrell Knaules

Senior James Terrell Knaules, seen here last year against Heritage, returns this season to bolster the Wolverines receiving corps.

Four of five Deer Valley High School all-league players from last season’s 4-6 squad have graduated, and now a host of mostly inexperienced returners and promising newcomers will work to push the Wolverines into the future this season.

The squad, which last year picked up its first Bay Valley Athletic League win since 2013 en route to finishing its league slate 1-4, will need to replace its starting quarterback (Joshua Scott), leading rusher (Patrick Robinson), top receiver (Robinson) and best tackler (Logan Fontaine) in 2019, and plenty of candidates have stepped forward.

“They have a lot of potential, but very little playing experience,” said head coach Robert Hubbard.


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