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Ontario Starts Preseason Drills

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  Original Published: 8/2/2014As the Ontario Warrior football team opens preseason drills in preparation for the upcoming season, head coach Scott Kreger will be looking to replace 13 graduated seniors from last year. Kreger will be leaning on players like Nick Rupp, Luke Gorbett, Aaron Baker, Troy Collins, Alex Vrendenburg, who looks to step in at quarterback for the graduated Tyler Boatwright. Also back is Matt Eichelberger and two way starter across the line Bronson Krull. The Warriors will look to improve on last years 5-5 and 2-4 finish in the NOL. Kreger's squad will open 2014 on the road at rival Lexington who Ontario defeated in overtime a season ago 44- 43.
   
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