_Not_e: Fremont finished with a 6-4 overall record in 2017 and was tied for second in Region 1 with a 4-2 record. It lost to Herriman 45-14 in the 6A first round.
Fremont’s 2017 Offensive and Defensive Stats
PLAIN CITY — After 20 years at Fremont, as a part of the coaching staffs of both Blaine Monkres and Kory Bosgieter, Ross Arnold took over the Silver Wolves football program last season.
Coaching change or not, however, expectations — win and win some more — remained the same, something Arnold more than understood.
“I think that’s the plan,” Arnold told the Deseret News prior to the season. “I’ve been able to learn from one of the best in the business, working side by side with Kory. We are hoping that we can keep developing kids and just keep right on going. That’s our expectation.”
With the first year of the Arnold tenure in the books, it is safe to say that Fremont football is in good hands.
The Silver Wolves finished 6-4 overall last season, 4-2 in Region 1. They once again qualified for the playoffs, making it to the postseason in eight of the last nine seasons.
Players like Jay Scott, Dawson Sanford, Cade Hadley, Heston Hobbs and Trevor Hahn had standout years, as Fremont was once again considered one of the best teams from Davis/Weber counties.
And yet, for all the success, Arnold’s inaugural campaign wasn’t perfect. The Silver Wolves lost to Syracuse and they lost to Weber. Rather than picking up yet another playoff victory — a win that would have made it seven consecutive postseason appearances with a victory for Fremont — the team was walloped by eventual 6A semifinalist Herriman in the opening round.
All of which is to say that the Silver Wolves have work to do and they know it.
Fortunately, with 10 …read more
Source:: Deseret News – Sports News