Calvert Football Cavalier Spot Light, Fifth Edition

Over the deration of the 2021 season and through the direction of Calvert Football’s Life Coach, Brian Berger, our coaches will share why our Cavaliers are Uncommonly Great through the Weekly Cavalier Spotlight.

Gold Team

#68 Frank Farrall Jr.

Why he is uncommonly great…

“Frankie greatly cares about the program and regularly puts his personal interest and discomfort to the side for the sake of his teammates.  He has a can-do attitude and is always willing to help others.  He isn’t afraid to step up and step out.”

-Coach Rick Sneade (CHS football head coach)

“When you see Frankie, you can always count on a smile being on his face.  Frankie strives to lift up his teammates and make them better Cavaliers.”

-Coach Luis Garcia (CHS football offensive line coach)

“Frank aka Mullet Man has been a joy to coach the last two years.  (He is an) extremely hard worker who this season has become a leader both on and off the field.  (He is) a true Cavalier.”

-Coach Scott Purcell (CHS football defensive line coach)

#54 Brayden Goumis

Why he is uncommonly great…

“Brayden’s early impression of high school football was, ‘I have played football almost all my life and I thought I worked hard, but this is a different level.  It’s tough but I love it!’ Like his freshmen teammates who were new to Calvert football, Brayden worked hard and displayed a can-do attitude on offense and pressed hard to perform well in the classroom.”

-Coach Rick Sneade (CHS football head coach)

“Brayden Goumis is a freshman that is starting to see what it takes to be a high school football player and student.  He did a lot of growing up this football season.  I am looking forward to coaching and mentoring him over the next few years.  If he keeps doing what he is doing, he will become a great football player and student.  He is a great young man.”

-Coach Sean Coleman (CHS football offensive line coach)

“Brayden Goumis was a very good addition to our D Line.  He (is) a big kid who could plug up gaps and make some tackles as well.  When the playoffs started and he got pulled up, he helped on (the) scout (team) wherever he was needed.”

-Coach Dom Pasch (CHS football defensive line coach)

#8 King Jones

Why he is uncommonly great…

“King has just scratched the surface on how great he could be both on the field and in the classroom.  He has learned a new level of work ethic and has accepted the challenge.  He is learning each and every day to change the standard and grow towards Uncommon Greatness.  I am excited for the future that King has in our program.  He will do great things.”

-Coach Rick Sneade (CHS football head coach)

“King Jones has made some really big steps from the beginning of the year until now.  The beginning of the season he had to learn what high school football was about.  He has learned how to be a good teammate and to work hard in school and on the football field.  His attitude has changed and working hard to be a better student and player.  With that being said, he moved to (the) Blue squad (for the playoffs) and getting some playing time.  Just shows hard work does pay off.”

-Coach Barry Moomau (CHS football linebackers coach)

#53 Joseph Thomas

Why he is uncommonly great…

“Joe came out for football to honor his family.  Although there were times that greatly tested Joe, he always bounced back because he didn’t want to let his family and teammates down.  When Joe understands how to fully be the best version of himself on the field and in the classroom, he will excel beyond his own expectations.  I look forward to watching him grow towards Uncommon Greatness.”

-Coach Rick Sneade (CHS football head coach)

“Joseph Thomas is a freshman that has struggled a little bit this season.  However, I have seen flashes of how good he can be on and off the field.  If Joseph keeps working hard, he will become a great Cavalier.”

-Coach Sean Coleman (CHS football offensive line coach)

“Joe Thomas is a kid who even though didn’t have the best athletic ability, he never quit and pushed through the whole season and never gave any attitude.”

-Coach Dom Pasch (CHS football defensive line coach)

#44 Logan Roush

Why he is uncommonly great…

“Logan started the season off really catching on quickly.  He is a great student-athlete and although an injury set him back and prevented him from suiting up for most of the season, he was seen at many practices and all the games.  He only missed practices for his therapy and doctor appointments.  I am excited to see Logan healthy and watch him play sports this spring and return to football next year as a sophomore.”

-Coach Rick Sneade (CHS football head coach)

“Logan suffered an injury early in the season but demonstrated (what) it means to be a Cavalier by continuing to support his teammates at practice and games.  He dedicated himself mentally and will return from his injury a better football player, teammate, and leader.”

-Coach Kent Uber (CHS football tight ends coach)

“Roush unfortunately got injured early this year and wasn’t able to get on the field.  But he was at all the practices and stayed fully engaged with his teammates.  (We are) looking forward to getting him on the field next season.”

-Coach Scott Purcell (CHS football defensive line coach)

Blue Team

#65 Jimmy Grey

Why he is uncommonly great…

“Jimmy is a Cavalier that has developed the respect and admiration of his teammates.  He never complains and always gives his best effort.  Whether it be on the field, in the classroom or weight room, he gives 100% of everything he has.  He just shows up each and every day and inspires us all with his heart and passion to be Uncommonly Great.”

-Coach Rick Sneade (CHS football head coach)

“If you look up Calvert Cavalier, Jimmy’s picture is what should pop up on a Google search.  Jimmy exemplifies what a Calvert football Cavalier (should be).”

-Coach Luis Garcia (CHS football offensive line coach)

“Jimmy is a Cavalier through and through.  I just love this kid.  (He is) one of the hardest workers in the weight room who has become much stronger.  (He) always has a huge smile on his face.  You rock Jimmy!!”

-Coach Scott Purcell (CHS football defensive line coach)

#12 Easton Schaible

Why he is uncommonly great…

“I remember being introduced to a brand new student-athlete in his first few weeks in Calvert County after moving here from out of state.  It was at our Calvert Football Camp that I realized we had a special young man coming to us because he had a positive attitude and a strong desire to find the best version of himself through trying a new sport and at a new school.  He embraced challenges with an attitude of excellence and his cumulative 4.00 GPA demonstrates Uncommon Greatness.”

-Coach Rick Sneade (CHS football head coach)

“Easton has been a Cavalier for four years.  It’s been my pleasure to coach Easton the past three years.  Easton is a great teammate and ambassador of how a Cavalier should carry themselves on and off the field.  Easton excels in the classroom and competes at a very high level athletically.  His mild mannerisms and understanding of our football schemes makes Easton a very easy player to coach.  We will miss Easton as he moves on to the next stage in life.”

-Coach Chevy White (CHS football wide receivers coach)

#25 Domaine Wallace

Why he is uncommonly great…

“Domaine is a great young man who has such a positive attitude.  He has an old soul that speaks of his maturity and makes him a lot of fun to have conversations with.  He is very supportive of his family and that is also reflected in his care for his teammates.  He works hard on the field and I got the opportunity to see him make great decisions in the classroom and earn great grades in Geometry.  Domaine has a very bright future and his Uncommonly Great character encourages us all.”

-Coach Rick Sneade (CHS football head coach)

“LD (is) only a sophomore and has made huge steps in his game.  He knows how to keep things light on and off the field.  He plays defense and offense and is a big contributor to both sides of the ball.  He puts the work in all year around.  He will do and play any position that helps our team.  The future is bright for this young man because he understands what hard work means and he wants to be better and make the team better.  (It) has been a pleasure to be able to coach him!!”

-Coach Barry Moomau (CHS football linebackers coach)

Cavalier Weekly Spotlight Provided by Brian Berger


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