Coach: Dave Cesky, 15th year.
Assistants: John Hammond, Joe Kropkowski, Chris Cook.
Last year's record: 3-7.
Returnees: Brian Yeager (sr., DT), Mike Kropkowski (sr., DE), Jason Alford (sr., LB), John Roeseke (sr., DE), Jimmy Grant (sr., S), Nick Gesell (sr., TE), Bill Miller (sr., OT), Jeff Hall (sr., TE), Ryan Caldwell (sr., WR), Brian Austin ( sr., RB, LB), Brian Coyne (sr., FB, LB), Mike Sharff (sr., TB), Jason Sealy ( sr., QB), Todd Benson (sr., QB), Keith Hunsinger (sr., OG), Ivan Rodrigues (sr., OG).
Top Newcomers: Craig Rhoten (jr., OG, LB), Chris Harrison (so., OG, NG), Mike Weaver (jr., RB, DB), Pat Grant (jr., S), John Perez (jr., FB, LB), J.C. Waller (jr., OT), Mike Carter (jr., OT).
Coach's outlook: We have more coaches than we've had in the last few years. Last year, I almost did it by myself and that is just about impossible. We are looking a lot better than we did (last year) already. The kids have more confidence.
Harford County Sun's outlook: Fallston hasn't had a winning season for the past five years, but the Cougars have all the ingredients to be this season's leaguespoiler. Combining the confident new talent up from the 8-2 JV with the strength of 16 senior veterans makes Fallston a dark horse in thecounty title race. Fallston's greatest asset is its line, anchored by Division I prospect Yeager (6-5, 275). Yeager's story over the pasttwo years has mirrored the team's. Injuries have kept Yeager on the sideline much of the past two years, and they have kept the Cougars out of contention. The key for the Cougars will be staying healthy.