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Glimpse This: Photos from around the Ches-Mont

Glimpse This: Photos from around the Ches-Mont

Take a look at the preseason camps throughout the Ches-Mont through the lens of photographer Nate Heckenberger.

Conestoga’s Riley DeShetler will be used at the tight end and h-back positions for the Pioneers. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Scott Smith gives Conestoga elite athleticism at the tight end and linebacker positions. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Conestoga’s Mitchell Benjamin, left, is expected to be one of the top linemen in the Central League. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Liam Kirk is the man in the backfield for the Pioneers. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Riley DeShetler, right, and Scott Smith, left, gives Conestoga weapons from the tight end position. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Coatesville’s Ricky Ortega has racked up over 10,000 yards of total offense his first three years as a starter and fuels the two-time district champion Red Raiders. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Coatesville’s Ricky Ortega fires a pass in practice (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Coatesville’s Dapree Bryant has established himself as the most explosive playmaker in the Ches-Mont League, totalling over 3,000 yards from scrimmage and 45 offensive touchdowns. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Coatesville’s Jon Meeks will be key on a defensive line that lost a ton to graduation. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Coatesville’s Ricky Ortega has racked up over 10,000 yards of total offense his first three years as a starter and fuels the two-time district champion Red Raiders. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

coatesville’s Ricky Ortega has racked up over 10,000 yards of total offense his first three years as a starter and fuels the two-time district champion Red Raiders. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Coatesville’s Dapree Bryant (2) and Ricky Ortega (1) are as dynamic a duo in all of District 1. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Coatesville’s Dapree Bryant has established himself as the most explosive playmaker in the Ches-Mont League, totalling over 3,000 yards from scrimmage and 45 offensive touchdowns. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Coatesville’s Shamaur Hall will step in and try to help fill the gap left by Aaron Young to graduation at the running back position. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Downingtown East’s Andrew Person gets his shot at quarterback as a senior. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Downingtown East’s Connor Noble’s role on offense will expand as a pass-catcher, while playing linebacker on defense. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

After starting at linebacker as a junior, Spencer Uggla will double as the lead running back for Downingtown East. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Downingtown East’s Connor Noble’s role on offense will expand as a pass-catcher, while playing linebacker on defense. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Downingtown East’s Caelan Krasley appears to be next star lineman in a rich history for the Cougars. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Downingtown West’s Will Howard is back for his third year under center. His big frame and skill set has landed him a committment to play at Kansas State in college. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Downingtown West’s Will Howard is back for his third year under center. His big frame and skill set has landed him a committment to play at Kansas State in college. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Downingtown West’s Tyriq Lewis scored 28 touchdowns as a junior and will shoulder an even heavier load on offense this fall. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Downingtown West’s Sean Pelkisson broke out as a junior at defensive end, and after committing to Georgia Southern, big things are expected out of the two-way star. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Downingtown West’s Sean Pelkisson and Pat Cusack practice a twist during preseason practice. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Downingtown West’s Pat Cusack, left, Max Hale, middle, and Sean Pelkisson give the Whippets and experienced and talented trio on the defensive line. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Graham Muscella returns to his spot at middle linebacker for a Great Valley team looking to rebuild. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Jeff Martin takes over as head coach at Great Valley after years as an assistant. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Great Valley’s Jake Ruppert does an explosion drill during practice. Ruppert will anchor one of the outside linebacker positions. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Great Valley’s James Thompson will inherit carries at running back, while doubling as a cornerback. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

West Chester Henderson’s Jay Pierce takes a handoff from Eddie Smink in practice. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

After an abrupt departure from former coach Stefan Adams, John Lunardi takes over for West Chester Henderson, after coordinating the defense last season. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

West Chester Henderson’s Jay Pierce is a returning running back that will see a lot of action as a senior. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

West Chester Henderson’s Jordan Laudato hopes to take the next step in his progression at tight end and defensive end. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Alex Bilotti gives West Chester Henderson stability on the offensive line at right guard. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Kennett’s Sam Forte launches a pass in front of head coach Lance Frazier during preseason practice. Forte is in his second year as starting quarterback, as a junior. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Kennett’s Garrett Cox leads the Blue Devils from the running back and linebacker positions. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Unionville reps through drills as the sun sets during the preseason. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Unionville brings back Blake Charlton at quarterback and Connor Schilling at running back as the defending American Division champion. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Unionville’s Declan Boyle, left, and Austin Weeber bolster an always-forceful offensive line. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

WC East’s Kyle Cichanowsky is a top returning starter for the Vikings. He will be an impact player on both sides of ball, playing running back and defensive back. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

West Chester East’s John Wileczek is one of the top playmakers at wide out for the Vikings. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

Hugh Lemmon-Kishi is a three-year starter on the offensive line and will be one of the team leaders. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

West Chester East’s Syncere Cooper will anchor one of the defensive end spots as a returning starter for the Vikings. (Nate Heckenberger – for MediaNews Group)

West Chester East’s East’s Kyle Cichanowsky is a top returning starter for the Vikings. He will be an impact player on both sides of ball, playing running back and defensive back. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

West Chester East’s Joey Wileczek gives the Vikings speed out of the backfield. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

West Chester Rustin’s Tom Dougherty is a veteran asset in the defensive secondary. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

West Chester Rustin’s Nick Madonna takes over as the feature back for the Golden Knights after totalling nearly 1,000 yards on the ground last fall. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

West Chester Rustin’s Matt Montgomery is a two-way cog on the lines, playing defensive end and offensive tackle. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

West Chester Rustin’s Nick Madonna takes over as the feature back for the Golden Knights after totalling nearly 1,000 yards on the ground last fall. (Nate Heckenberger – For MediaNews Group)

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