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2014 WJFL FOOTBALL PREVIEW PRINCETON With some tweaks, Princeton could find itself in the win column more often than it was last season. Actually, it would only take one win to call the season an improvement over last year as the Little Tigers were winless in 2013. A victory would be Princeton s first since Nov. 16, 2012 and the first for second year head coach Charlie Gallagher. I think (the players) understood what was taking place last year and obviously we would have liked to get a couple wins, but I think they ve come back with a renewed energy and we re getting back to work, Gallagher said. The guys have kind of looked around and saw the talent level that was on the team and the guys who garnered a lot of experience last year, Continuity is Princeton s greatest strength. With only five seniors graduating from last year s crew, the Little Tigers return the majority of its starter. The leadership core of senior captain Sam Smallzman, the running back and defensive back who returns after missing most of the season with a torn ACL as well as two seniors from Princeton s back to back Mercer County Tournament championship lacrosse team, fullback and defensive lineman Colin Buckley and running back and defensive back Rory Helstrom. (Smallzman has) worked so hard to come back and now he s back in midseason form, Colin Buckley has done an excellent job, he s diligent and is an absolute workhorse in the weight room, Gallagher said. They re guys who are in the right spot who are trying to help us win football games. Under center is junior David Beamer. Helstrom and Smallzman should carry the load in the backfield. Five returning two way lineman are will man the trenches in seniors Tom Moore, Omar Moustafa and Brian Lemus Camey and juniors and Noah Ziegler. On defense, Gallagher is switching from a 5 2 to a 4 2 5. So far he s liked the new look defense in early scrimmages. You throw an extra DB out there and we ll see what happens, He said. It s looked good so far and when we find a serious team that likes to rush the ball at that point you might need to bring another guy up, but overall we ve done well with it and we ll continue to do well with it. Other changes happen away from the roster. Lights will be coming to Princeton in time for its homecoming game and the Little Tigers will play a total of four night games this fall. But the biggest change for Princeton may be its schedule. In theory, not having to play to likes of Trenton, Northern Burlington, Burlington Township, Willingboro and Pemberton thanks to WJFL realignment could me an easier path to a winning season. That group of schools tormented the Little Tigers with blowout losses. Gallagher and his squad will not let its guard down due a perceived softer schedule. We did have a tough schedule, I wasn t na ve about that, but I thought we would be more competitive, Gallagher said. We still have to have to play great football against some great teams with coaches who are also out there trying to prove something.