Seneca Valley Debuts New Air Attack, But with the Same Toughness in 42-0 Thrashing of Rockville
The days of Feliz-Platt left, Feliz-Platt right, and Golston up the middle are over as both Adrian Feliz-Platt and Darius Golston have moved on from Seneca Valley, and new personnel requires the team adapt to the talents of its players.
That is what Seneca Valley’s Head Coach Fred Kim has done for the 2017 season. After missing all of last season because of a knee injury which was suffered in pre-season, the Screaming Eagles quarterback, Michael Kapneck Jr. allows Seneca to change things up.
In Friday’s 42-0 road win over the Rockville Rams, Seneca Valley 21 times. Senior starting quarterback Mike Kapneck was six for 18 for 62 yards. He scored once on a QB sneak from the Eagles first points, and once through the air hooking up with fellow senior Harold Dotson on a seven-yard pass to put Seneca up 14-0.
“Mike Kapneck had a great spring season, and he is ready to roll this season,” said Fred Kim. “We have to be able to throw the ball a little bit more. We obviously don’t have Adrian and Darius anymore. We have some young backs, but we have to be a little more versatile and not so one-dimensional.”