Oak Glen Football
Oak Glen, a young football team, wrapped up its 2022 season with a 2-8 record. While the overall win-loss ratio may not reflect their progress, the season was marked by valuable lessons, growth, and two notable victories over Toronto Ohio and Berkeley Springs.
Offensively, the team struggled to find consistency, averaging 13 points per game. However, their determination and perseverance were evident in the few close games where they battled fiercely until the final whistle. On the defensive end, Oak Glen faced challenges, surrendering an average of 38 points per game. The team encountered some tough opponents, such as Weir and Cameron. Nevertheless, these games provided valuable learning experiences for the young players, highlighting areas that needed improvement and motivating them to work harder in the future.
The victories over Toronto Ohio and Berkeley Springs showcased the potential and talent within the team. These wins were the result of the players’ commitment and the coaching staff’s dedication. They served as milestones for Oak Glen, instilling confidence and proving that the team had the capability to triumph against formidable opponents.
As the final whistle blew on the 2022 Oak Glen football season, it was clear that this was just the beginning of a journey. The team’s dedication and resilience, coupled with the valuable experience gained throughout the season, will undoubtedly fuel their growth and success in the upcoming years. With continued hard work and determination, Oak Glen is poised to rise to new heights and make their mark on the gridiron.
Oak Glen High School’s Golden Bears football team is eagerly preparing for the upcoming 2023 season under the leadership of head coach Doug Taylor, who enters his second season at the helm. With the objective of growth and maturity, the Golden Bears are determined to make this year one to remember.
One of the key players to watch this fall is linebacker Wesley Molish. Known for his exceptional speed, agility, and relentless pursuit of the ball carrier, Molish is expected to be a defensive force to be reckoned with. His ability to read plays and make crucial tackles will undoubtedly have a significant impact on the team’s success.
In addition to Molish, running back Anthony Burt is poised to shine on the field. Burt’s explosive speed and elusiveness make him a formidable threat in the backfield. With a keen eye for finding gaps and breaking tackles, he has the potential to lead the Golden Bears’ ground game and contribute significantly to the team’s offensive success.
The Golden Bears’ schedule for the 2023 season presents both challenging matchups and winnable games, providing an exciting mix of competition. Teams such as Weir, Robert C. Byrd, and Roane County are expected to pose significant challenges for Oak Glen. These games will test the team’s resilience and determination, providing valuable opportunities for growth and improvement.
The Weir High School rivalry promises to be a fiercely contested matchup, filled with passion and intensity. Oak Glen will need to bring their A-game to secure a victory against this formidable opponent. Robert C. Byrd and Roane County, renowned for their strong football programs, will also pose significant challenges. These matchups will test the Golden Bears’ mettle and serve as a benchmark for their progress throughout the season.
As the players continue to train and hone their skills, the anticipation for the season builds among fans and supporters. The Oak Glen community eagerly awaits the opportunity to cheer on their team and witness the growth and progress that Coach Taylor and his players have worked diligently to achieve.
With Wesley Molish anchoring the defense and Anthony Burt spearheading the offensive attack, the Golden Bears have the foundation for success. The team’s focus, resilience, and determination will undoubtedly be put to the test throughout the season, as they strive to make 2023 a memorable year for Oak Glen High School football.
2023 Oak Glen Football Roster
Senior Football Roster
- Class: AA
- City: New Cumberland
- County: Hancock
- Superintendent: Mr. Dan Enich
- Principal: Frank Crain
- Assistant Principal: Michelle McHaffie, Scott Wiley
- Athletic Director: Julie Zoellers
- Head Coach: Doug Taylor
- Assistant Coaches: Scott Pryor, Ray Pernell, Dan Rovira, Josh Weltner, Joe Petrovich, James Smith,
- Sports Medicine Staff: : Jordan Connor
- Cheerleading Coaches: Debbie Fish,
- Nickname: Golden Bears
- Band Director: Wendy Zinn
- Team Doctor: Dr. Kevin Kelly
- Head Coach Information
# Pos. Name Gr Ht Wt Avg
2 RB/DB Logan Murray 10 6’1 175
3 TE/DE Alex Dennis 12 6’3 230
4 QB/LB WESLEY MOLISH 11 6’3 210
5 RB/FS Aiden Flowers 12 5’7 135
7 WR/DB CAMERON CARTER 9 5’10 135
8 TE/LB Tyler Mozingo 12 5’11 180
9 RB/LB Greg Sauers 11 6’0 205
11 RB/DB Ethan Haenke 12 5’9 175
13 WR/DB Matthew Lancaster 12 5’8 155
18 RB/LB JOSHUA MAHER 9 6’1 175
21 TE/DE Christian Cremeans 9 6’1 195
22 TE/LB Lucas Zoellers 10 6’1 190
23 WR/DB Devan Jusczcak 10 5’8 155
24 QB/DB GLENN ADAMS 11 5’9 170
32 FB/LB Burt Anthony 12 5’8 160
34 WR/DB Xavier Sell 9 5’8 125
50 OL/LB Sam Wright 11 5’9 180
51 OL/LB Evan Clouston 11 5’9 190
53 OL/DL Nathaniel Edmonds 11 5’9 205
54 OL/DL Cameron Hebrock 10 6’2 225
56 C/DT Xavier Howard 12 5’11 220
57 OL/DL Jacob Minger 11 5’9 190
64 OL/DL Brenden Friend 10 5’9 245
65 OL/DL Gage Groetzinger 12 5’11 230
66 OL/DL JOHN MCAVOY 9 5’10 165
70 OL/DL Noah Schmidt 10 6’3 240
74 OL/DL Michael Barnhart 11 5’9 260
Oak Glen Team Photo 2023
Team Photo – Newbrough Photo – Jason Exner, photographer
Photograph #2 – Jennifer Molish