Gunnar Gray is back behind center for University City, and he’s poised for a big year. Here’s an inside look at the 2019 Centurions.
2018 IN REVIEW
5-7 (0-4) CIF Division 3 quarterfinalist
Ryan Price, 5th season; 30-18 overall record
Offense – 5. Defense – 5.
QB Gunnar Gray 6-4, 200, sr.
WR Skip Waltower 5-11, 175, sr.
WR Matt Lising 5-9, 175, sr.
OL Josh Rodgers 6-3, 320, jr.
RB/WR Fred Jenkins 6-1, 185, sr.
DL Andrew Dorvillier 6-2, 190, sr.
LB Hunter Harrison 6-0, 215, sr.
LB Hezekiah Pavich 5-11, 185, jr.
DB Corey Bennett 5-10, 165, sr.
DB Kaleb Chang 5-11, 165, sr.
THREE TO SEE
Gunnar Gray, quarterback
The county’s leading passer in 2018 begins his senior season primed to move up the San Diego record books in career yards, completions, and touchdown passes.
Skip Waltower, wide receiver
Transfers in from Grossmont for his senior season where he averaged 15.7 yards per catch and had two touchdown receptions a year ago.
Andrew Dorvillier, defensive lineman
With 50 tackles and 4 sacks last season, he’ll be relied on to lead an inexperienced defense.
Having a quarterback with the talent and experience of Gray, University City’s offense should continue their successful ways in 2019.
The Centurions don’t return any running backs from last season and will need someone to step up to complement Gray’s aerial attack.
University City went winless in the Eastern League in 2018 but with several questions marks attached to every team, that should change this season.
Aug 23: at Valhalla, 7pm
Aug 30: Bishop’s, 6:30pm
Sep 6: at Mission Bay, 6pm
Sep 13: Mater Dei Catholic, 6:30pm
Sep 20: at Kearny, 6:30pm
Oct 5: at Christian, 6:30pm
Oct 11: Point Loma, 6:30pm
Oct 18: Mira Mesa, 6:30pm
Oct 25: La Jolla, 6:30pm
Nov 1: at Morse, 6:30pm