Chris Morral - Head Coach

Although wins and losses most often indicate winners and losers, I see all our senior athletes as winners. To most of them, being a part of a team was more important to them than choosing to pursue other opportunities.

In life, there will be days when winning seems impossible and losing seems inevitable. During those times I encourage you to keep pushing forward and never give up. It is always during those times of adversity when great things can happen.

Individually, each of you will be faced with times of adversity. I want each athlete to remember one thing. "You're always working to play a perfect game, but you're never going to achieve it and play that perfect game. Out on the field you never know which play is going to be that one that can change the complexion of the game. You've just got to play every play to the best of your ability. You should look back, even though you didn't win every game and everything didn't go your way, still having no regrets about how you performed and how hard you worked at it."

I wish these young men the best of luck in all future endeavors and wish them the best of luck in the most important game of all, LIFE!

And remember, you will not always play that perfect game, but play every play to the best of your ability and you will have no regrets.

Senior Football Players

Brett Heichel - OL/DL

Brett Heichel
 
Brett proves that with hard work and a good attitude, anything can be accomplished. Two years ago, Brett set this mind to becoming a better football player and that is what he did. In the off-season, Brett spent many hours in the weight room and worked diligently at becoming a better football player. In 2005, Brett started 7 games at center and played solid football. Besides hard work, Brett showed a great attitude on and off the field. Many times, Brett was the vocal leader on the sidelines and on the field. To our younger athletes, look at Brett as to the results from hard work and dedication. Never settle for anything less than your best. Remember, with hard work and determination anything can be accomplished. Good luck in all that you do and if you continue to strive for excellence in all that you do, you will have great success in your life. Good luck!

Brett Heichel - OL/DL

Brett Heichel
 
Brett proves that with hard work and a good attitude, anything can be accomplished. Two years ago, Brett set this mind to becoming a better football player and that is what he did. In the off-season, Brett spent many hours in the weight room and worked diligently at becoming a better football player. In 2005, Brett started 7 games at center and played solid football. Besides hard work, Brett showed a great attitude on and off the field. Many times, Brett was the vocal leader on the sidelines and on the field. To our younger athletes, look at Brett as to the results from hard work and dedication. Never settle for anything less than your best. Remember, with hard work and determination anything can be accomplished. Good luck in all that you do and if you continue to strive for excellence in all that you do, you will have great success in your life. Good luck!
 

Cameron Hubbard - WR/DB

Cameron Hubbard
 
Attitude and determination are two words I would use to describe the play of Cameron Hubbard in 2005. Cameron thrived on making "big plays" and always seemed to come through. Cameron proved to be one of the best receivers in the league with great catches in key situations. I look back at the Canton game where Cameron had 3 catches for 84 yards, none more important than the winning touchdown with 4 seconds remaining on the clock. In my mind, Cameron brings something to the game that is not teachable and is very important, that is very soft hands and great athleticism. On many occasions, I had no idea how he could make the catch, but he always seemed to bring it in. What I liked most about Cameron was that he always wanted the ball. Each time he came off the field he would say, "I can take that guy, he is nothing." Cameron, I hope you can carry this attitude on with you in the future. Your attitude is great and you have served as a great role model for young athletes within our program. I wish we could have had you for 4 years. Good luck!

Cameron Hubbard - WR/DB

Cameron Hubbard
 
Attitude and determination are two words I would use to describe the play of Cameron Hubbard in 2005. Cameron thrived on making "big plays" and always seemed to come through. Cameron proved to be one of the best receivers in the league with great catches in key situations. I look back at the Canton game where Cameron had 3 catches for 84 yards, none more important than the winning touchdown with 4 seconds remaining on the clock. In my mind, Cameron brings something to the game that is not teachable and is very important, that is very soft hands and great athleticism. On many occasions, I had no idea how he could make the catch, but he always seemed to bring it in. What I liked most about Cameron was that he always wanted the ball. Each time he came off the field he would say, "I can take that guy, he is nothing." Cameron, I hope you can carry this attitude on with you in the future. Your attitude is great and you have served as a great role model for young athletes within our program. I wish we could have had you for 4 years. Good luck!
 

Tom Miller - OL/DL

Tom Miller
 
Being a football manager isn't easy and being dedicated is very important. For the past two seasons, Tom has played an important role to the Wellsboro Football Program. Whenever the coaching staff needed something done, we could count on Tim to get it done. On many occasions, I would notice Tom doing duties above and beyond what was expected of him. For this reason, I have no doubt that Tom will be successful in life. Keep working hard and remember to never give up. Good luck!

Tom Miller - OL/DL

Tom Miller
 
Being a football manager isn't easy and being dedicated is very important. For the past two seasons, Tom has played an important role to the Wellsboro Football Program. Whenever the coaching staff needed something done, we could count on Tim to get it done. On many occasions, I would notice Tom doing duties above and beyond what was expected of him. For this reason, I have no doubt that Tom will be successful in life. Keep working hard and remember to never give up. Good luck!
 

James Reese - OL/DL

James Reese
 
In 2004, James found himself struggling in the classroom. In an attempt to continue to be a part of the football team, James decided to take the year off from participation in order to better meet the challenges in the classroom. His participation as a manager in 2005 was greatly appreciated by the players and the coaching staff. Thank you for your dedication to the program and I wish you luck with all that you do in the future. Good luck!

James Reese - OL/DL

James Reese
 
In 2004, James found himself struggling in the classroom. In an attempt to continue to be a part of the football team, James decided to take the year off from participation in order to better meet the challenges in the classroom. His participation as a manager in 2005 was greatly appreciated by the players and the coaching staff. Thank you for your dedication to the program and I wish you luck with all that you do in the future. Good luck!
 

Jon Ringler - OL/DL

Jon Ringler
 
Jon is what I consider the true definition of a "scout team hero." Week in and week out, Jon played every single play on the scout team and dedicated himself to being a part of the team. For this reason, Jon was given the honor of being game captain on two different occasions. What Jon did each week was not easy. Quite often, Jon found himself going against our best offensive and defensive linemen two or three times each week. This isn't and easy task, but Jon never gave up and always showed a great attitude. In fact, on many occasions we found Jon even wanting to tackle his own teammates. Jon, we appreciate all that you did for Wellsboro Football. You attitude is second to none, and I hope you continue to have a good attitude with a good ethic throughout life. Good luck!

Jon Ringler - OL/DL

Jon Ringler
 
Jon is what I consider the true definition of a "scout team hero." Week in and week out, Jon played every single play on the scout team and dedicated himself to being a part of the team. For this reason, Jon was given the honor of being game captain on two different occasions. What Jon did each week was not easy. Quite often, Jon found himself going against our best offensive and defensive linemen two or three times each week. This isn't and easy task, but Jon never gave up and always showed a great attitude. In fact, on many occasions we found Jon even wanting to tackle his own teammates. Jon, we appreciate all that you did for Wellsboro Football. You attitude is second to none, and I hope you continue to have a good attitude with a good ethic throughout life. Good luck!
 

Jeb Weaver - OL/DL

Jeb Weaver
 
When it comes to playing the game of football, attitude is very important. When I think of Jeb Weaver, I think of a guy that has an attitude that is second to none. In games, during practice, and on the sidelines, Jeb never displayed negative emotion. Jeb was always very positive with other players and was always the first player to encourage younger players. For this reason, Jeb proved to be a valuable asset to our program in 2005. In addition to being very positive, Jeb always showed a great attitude and never gave up. Jeb, I hope that you can continue on in life with this attitude and remember to be yourself because you are an outstanding individual. Good luck!

Jeb Weaver - OL/DL

Jeb Weaver
 
When it comes to playing the game of football, attitude is very important. When I think of Jeb Weaver, I think of a guy that has an attitude that is second to none. In games, during practice, and on the sidelines, Jeb never displayed negative emotion. Jeb was always very positive with other players and was always the first player to encourage younger players. For this reason, Jeb proved to be a valuable asset to our program in 2005. In addition to being very positive, Jeb always showed a great attitude and never gave up. Jeb, I hope that you can continue on in life with this attitude and remember to be yourself because you are an outstanding individual. Good luck!
 

Senior Manager(s)

Tom Miller

Tom Miller - 2005 Senior Manager

Being a football manager isn't easy and being dedicated is very important. For the past two seasons, Tom has played an important role to the Wellsboro Football Program. Whenever the coaching staff needed something done, we could count on Tim to get it done. On many occasions, I would notice Tom doing duties above and beyond what was expected of him. For this reason, I have no doubt that Tom will be successful in life. Keep working hard and remember to never give up. Good luck!

Tom Miller

Tom Miller - 2005 Senior Manager

Being a football manager isn't easy and being dedicated is very important. For the past two seasons, Tom has played an important role to the Wellsboro Football Program. Whenever the coaching staff needed something done, we could count on Tim to get it done. On many occasions, I would notice Tom doing duties above and beyond what was expected of him. For this reason, I have no doubt that Tom will be successful in life. Keep working hard and remember to never give up. Good luck!