Here is an inside look at the Hermiston (Ore.) Bulldogs 2019 football team. The Bulldogs are in their second year in the WIAA since moving over from the OSAA.

Links: Hermiston team page | 2019 schedule | Roster

2018 IN REVIEW

6-4 overall, 5-3 in the 3A Mid Columbia Conference (second place of 3A teams).

COACHING RESUME

David Faaeteete, fifth season (11 years including time spent as assistant coach)

26-17 record

RETURNING STARTERS

Offense – 4. Defense – 4.

TOP OFFENSIVE PLAYERS

OL Chase Bradshaw 6-4, 260, sr.

OL Dustyn Coughlin 6-5, 300, sr.

WR Broc Remmer 6-1, 141, sr.

WR Trevor Wagner 5-10, 165, jr.

WR Garret Walchli 5-8, 165, sr.

TOP DEFENSIVE PLAYERS

DL Chase Bradshaw 6-4, 260, sr.

LB Ryan Arnold 6-0, 170, sr.

DB Trevor Wagner 5-10, 165, jr.

DB Spencer Juul 6-0, 150, jr.

DB D.J. Wilson 5-9, 140, jr.

THREE TO SEE

Chase Bradshaw, offensive lineman

First team all-MCC selection on the offensive line as a junior.

Dustyn Coughlin, offensive lineman

All-MCC honorable mention as a junior.

Broc Remmer, receiver

Among the top targets out wide in addition to being the Bulldog’s kick returner. Logged 11 solo tackles on defense as a junior.

OUTLOOK

Hermiston will be young and relatively inexperienced, but the team feels like they have something to prove. 

That’s after the Bulldogs became the first Oregon high school to compete in Washington high school athletics last season, a year after winning the 2017 Oregon 5A state championship.

In its first season crossing state lines, Hermiston finished second among 3A teams in a tough Mid Columbia Conference, losing to Kamiakin and Kennewick. The Bulldogs suffered a week 10 loss to Central Valley in the district crossover.

The Bulldogs must replace much of its offensive production from last season in quarterback Andrew James (1,391 yards passing, 753 yards rushing) and Wyatt Noland (1,570 rushing yards and 22 touchdowns). Their depth this season will be in the receiving and defensive back corps, where the Bulldogs bring back the likes of Trevor Wagner, Broc Remmer and D.J. Wilson.

2019 SCHEDULE

Sept 6: at Pasco, 7 p.m.

Sept. 13: Richland, 7 p.m.

Sept. 20: at Kennewick, 7 p.m.

Sept. 27: Walla Walla, 7 p.m.

Oct. 3: at Southridge, 7 p.m.

Oct. 11: Chiawana, 7 p.m.

Oct. 18: Eisenhower, 7 p.m.

Oct. 25: Hanford, 7 p.m.

Nov. 1: at Kamiakin, 7 p.m.

*home games in bold

Statewide High School Sports Reporter at SBLive | andy@scorebooklive.com

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