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2014-15 Football Preview

April 30, 2014
St. Lukes Episcopal School



Springing forward: St. Luke's preparing to make jump from 1A to 2A

 
Springing forward: St. Luke's preparing to make jump from 1A to 2A
Quarterback Luke Phillips returns to help lead St. Luke's move to Class 2A this year. (Scott Donaldson | preps@al.com)
By Ben Thomas | bthomas@al.com
on April 23, 2014 2:16 p.m.
COASTAL ALABAMA SPRING FOOTBALL PREVIEWS

This is the first in a series of previews looking at Mobile and Baldwin County football teams entering spring practice.

Team: St. Luke’s

Region: Class 2A, Region 1

Last year’s record: 8-4 (Lost to Brantley in second round of 1A playoffs)

Coach: John Beverly

Spring practice starts: May 5

Spring game: None

Three questions entering the spring:
1.) Can we play fast paced and become more physical and aggressive?
2.) Who will emerge as leaders of this year’s team?
3.) Will the players buy into new philosophies and standards that will be set to play 2A, Region 1 football?

Key returners: QB Luke Phillips (6-1, 190), DE Darrian McMillan (6-2, 255), OL Matthew Holland (6-3, 265)

Under-the-radar player: RB/CB Jordan Lipscomb (5-8, 175)

Quote from Beverly: “The St. Luke's 2014-15 team is a veteran group that has played together for the past four years. This class is very deep and will look to compete as we transition from 1A to 2A. Our seniors have to provide the leadership needed to make it through our season. Coaching also plays another huge role in how our team functions on a weekly basis. We have to be creative and innovative in how we game plan against the better coaching and athletes in 2A.”


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