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’25 OL/DL prospect looks to make the “Beringer” name known for more than just wine

Charles Beringer goes by “Dylan.” Beringer didn’t get any play on the varsity club but got plenty of run on junior varsity in ’23. After a heavy defection of graduates, there will be plenty of playing time to distribute to new blood in the Fall of ’24, particularly along the offensive and defensive fronts. This two-way lineman, who also runs track and cross country looks to be the type versatile athlete programs covet at that position. He has the height, he has the length, and the bulk can be added this offseason.

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This prospect’s name formally is “Charles Beringer.” His father is also named “Charles,” so to distinguish we will call this particular Beringer, “Dylan.”

Charles “Dylan” Beringer, ’25, OL/DL

Beringer is an iconic name in the Napa Valley and has a pristine history spanning some 130-years of great winemaking. Beringer has continuously operated in Napa Valley since 1876. Beringer wines have appeared on the Wine Spectator’s Top 100 list more times than any of its competition.

Jacob Beringer, pictured below, founded Beringer Vineyards with his older sibling, Frederick, in 1875. The Beringer family sold the name and winery to Nestlé in 1971, which sold the same to a group led by Texas Pacific Group in 1996 which took the company public in 1997. From 2000-2011 it was owned by Foster’s Group and since 2011 it has been owned by Treasury Wine Estates.

Dylan Beringer is looking to build his surname into the same dynamic and excellent brand the name has become in the winery business

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It has a delicious Cabernet Sauvignon. It will set you back about $42.00 a bottle, but I digress.

Dylan Beringer is looking to build his surname into the same dynamic and excellent brand the name has become in the wine business. This Beringer is focusing on athletics and not spirits.

Dylan is listed as both an O-Lineman and a D-Lineman on the team’s roster. He is entering his senior season and the need for him to arrive has never been any more pressing.

Central was 4-6 a year ago but a few scores away from 8-2

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Central was 4-6 a year ago but a few scores away from 8-2. The team is graduating a bunch of roster talent and will need some fresh blood to step up and take the reins. Judging from what Beringer was able to do on JV a year ago, he may just be what the doctor ordered.

Beringer has a long, tall frame with plenty of wingspan and reach. His is slightly built but that will change this offseason. Beringer runs very well and has a varied, and well developed, athletic skill set.

Beringer is looking to become an icon along the offensive and defensive lines. Will Beringer succeed? We don’t see why not; the surname tackled the Napa Valley, surely Morton’s Gap won’t be too daunting of an obstacle.

This is Friday Night Fletch, reporting for KPGFootball, reminding you to PLAY THROUGH THE WHISTLE!

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