Venice aims to be the Western League football team to beat

Angelo Gasca from Venice is the quarterback whisperer. He develops top quarterbacks, and his youngest student is 6-foot-5 senior Paul Kessler, who rushed for 1,561 yards and 16 touchdowns as a junior.

Combine him with talented returning running back Robert Lamar and outstanding receiver Rashawn Jackson, and Venice has the makings of an offense that can score big.

The Gondoliers aim to win the Western League. Her experience makes her a co-favourite, alongside Hamilton.

Gasca begins his 23rd season as Venice head coach and his 33rd year at Venice. This kind of stability has helped Gondoliers remain competitive and a program to be admired in the community.

Lamar will also be a key player on defense at Linebacker.

Venice opens the season on August 26 at home to Harvard-Westlake and has non-league games against San Pedro, Crespi and Paramount before starting with a league game against Fairfax on September 30. Venice aims to be the Western League football team to beat

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