Quarterback Sam Tumilty, who also plays safety, is a star, passing for 2,125 yards and 26 touchdowns. Tumilty is a threat to run, evidenced by his 1,241 and nine games of over 100 yards rushing.
Batavia's gameplan will start there, but it'll have to pay attention to Deandre Holliday (31 receptions, 669 receiving yards, 10 touchdowns) and C.J. Harris (22 receptions and 440 yards and six touchdowns).
Defensively, sophomore Moe Ayesh has been all over the field with 107 tackles.