Kremlin-Hillsdale Football Feature – Presented by Farm Credit of Enid

Kremlin-Hillsdale Broncs

COACH: Tyler Severin

2018 – 0-10

2017 – 7-4

2016 – 8-4

2015- 3-7

2014 – 4-6

2013 – 5-6


Offensively, Kremlin’s first task will be to lock down a quarterback. The two names in the running right now are freshman Maddox Myers and junior Trinton Ritz. Whoever wins the job will look to spread people out and use quick throws and quick-hitting run plays to utilize the speed and hard-running abilities of running backs Logan Baker (5-9, 160, Jr.) and Nic Snodgrass (5-8, 160, Jr.). The passing game gives tight end David Schrader (6-3, 170, Sr.) plenty of opportunities to use his good hands and size to make big plays. Schrader is a tough player who last season came back from a cracked sternum and broken ribs to help the team. Karter Dehdezi (5-10, 170, Jr.) and Kadence Stewart (5-10, 190, So.) are assets on the line with Dehdezi also at tight end. Andrew Wheeler (5-10, 160, Jr.) provides another good rushing or receiving option.


Many of the same offensive starters will be counted on at defense. This 3-2 defensive scheme counts on good team quickness and being aggressive to make up for what they might lack in size on the line. Schrader leads from his corner position. Snodgrass, who led the team in tackles last year with 118, and Baker, who followed with 54, also are counted at linebacker or safety. Stewart and Dehdezi are key players at linebacker or defensive end as well. The Broncs had a rough 2018 season that left them disappointed, but they are using that to fuel their motivation going into this fall. “The guys we have out right now seem to be all-in and want to go prove themselves,” head coach Tyler Severin said. 


9-6 – at Pond Creek-Hunter

9-13 – at Timberlake

9-20 – vs. Canton

9-27 – OPEN

10-4 – vs. Seiling

10-11 – at Garber

10-17 – vs. Pioneer

10-25 – at Cherokee

11-1 – vs. Waukomis 

11-8 – at Ringwood