West Allis Central Bulldogs

Aug. 21, 2012


Player to watch: Senior quarterback Dakota Behrs, who Rodriguez said is strong and fast and who knows the Central offense well, having started a couple of games last season.

Date to circle: Sept. 21 against West Allis Hale at the West Allis Athletic Field. The rivalry game is always a highlight of the season for both Central and Hale.

Strength: Rodriguez likes the size and physical nature of his team, adding that the Bulldogs should be strong and aggressive on both sides of the ball.

Weakness: As always, Central will be severely tested by the Greater Metro Conference, which features rugged opposition almost from top to bottom. It can be difficult to judge just how good a team is when it goes through that type of grinder.

We say: The Bulldogs suffered an unusual number of injuries last season, particularly at the quarterback spot, where they lost their top three starters by the end of the year. As a result, they lost their final three games after starting 3-3. "If we can stay healthy," Rodriguez said, "we can beat these teams at the end of the year. I like our chances to make the (WIAA) playoffs."



Overall: 3-6

Greater Metro Conference: 2-5

Playoffs: none

All-Conference returnees

First team: none

Second team: none

Honorable mention: Adonis Ancira-Murillo (OL), Waige Fischer (RB), Matt Somppi (OL), Josh Neary (DB)

First-team losses: Brian Hoppe (WR)

Coach: Dax Rodriguez


Aug. 24 Watertown
Aug. 31At Brookfield East
Sept. 7At Wauwatosa East
Sept. 14Menomonee Falls
Sept. 21At West Allis Hale
Sept. 28Brookfield Central
Oct. 5At Sussex Hamilton
Oct. 12Marquette

home games in bold


Catholic MemorialL 39-18
Racine HorlickW 34-10
Brookfield EastL 48-13
Wauwatosa EastW 28-21
Menomonee FallsL 28-12
West Allis HaleW 32-7
Brookfield CentralL 36-14
Sussex Hamilton L 52-35
MarquetteL 41-27


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