Jacob Domer will be a sophomore at Pine-Richland High School in the fall. After playing mostly JV last year he is looking to make an impact on the varsity football team in 2019. He will try to help Pine-Richland win their third straight WPIAL 6A Championship. Check out all of our WPIAL previews to get ready for the 2019 season. To get a look at how Pine-Richland stacks up with their conference opponents this season, check out the Quad-County Conference Preview.
Name: Jacob Domer
Position: Offensive and Defensive Line
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Questions & Answers
What are the expectations for Pine-Richland’s football team in 2019?
Jacob Domer: “To Win the WPIAL 3 years in a row for the first time in school history.”
Michael Dorundo, Michael Katic, and Andrew Kristofic have all graduated high school. Last season, all three of them made a big impact on the offensive line. What did you learn from them, during their time there?
JD: “They brought a certain attitude to practice and I try to replicate that as well as I can.?”
What’s it like playing for head coach, Eric Kasperowicz?
JD: “He’s a great coach on both sides of the ball, and he knows a lot about football. He is also a great coach off the field.”
You have now completed one year of high school. In your first year of high school, what was the biggest thing that you learned?
JD: “You need to play every play like it’s your last, and to never take a play off.”
Pine-Richland is a very big school district. How many students do you think are in your grade at Pine-Richland?
JD: “A lot”
You also play lacrosse. What do you like about lacrosse?
JD: “I actually did not play lacrosse last year. I have played in the past. I liked how it kept me in shape for football season.”
When it comes to sports, which high school do you think Pine-Richland has the biggest rivalry against?
JD: “North Allegheny”
Would you rather have the newest iPhone or the newest Samsung?
JD: “The newest iPhone”
Tell me something that people would be surprised to know about you.
JD: “I’m always ready to play and that I will play anywhere that I am needed.”