Ken Schriner will have to do some position shuffling with his Titans

After the devastating loss of star QB Jay Kaufman this summer, the Titans’ HC Ken Schriner had to do some major shuffling with his team. Kaufman’s presence on both sides of the ball will be missed, but Schriner says it’s Continue reading →Read More »

Jeff Richards says his Bluffton Pirates are ahead of schedule

Heading into his second season at the helm of Bluffton, HC Jeff Richards says that his team is developing nicely and is farther along than they were last year heading into the season. With numbers up for the Pirates, Richards Continue reading →Read More »

Bill Garland bleeds Blue & Gold and he wants to get his Wildcats back on track

The Bath Wildcats had some high expectations entering the 2016 season, and what they found was a lot of disappointment. HC Bill Garland is Bath guy to his core, and he says that his team didn’t roll over when things Continue reading →Read More »

Fackler says that injuries have plagued the off-season, but his Wildcats will be a better team this fall

It hasn’t been easy for HC Brent Fackler after taking over the Kenton football program and his team has also been fighting a lot of injuries this off-season. Despite all that, Fackler says that his team is improving daily, and Continue reading →Read More »

Youth is the main issue for Findlay this season

It was a playoff season last year for the Trojans, but HC Mark Ritzler is concerned with the amount of talent that they lost to graduation. The entire defensive line is gone, and Ritzler says this is the biggest question Continue reading →Read More »

Minster's Eli Wolf Awarded Scholarship at Tennessee

Minster grad Eli Wolf has spent the past two seasons as a walk-on at the University of Tennessee. That changed Tuesday, as Head Coach Butch Jones awarded Wolf a scholarship during practice. .@EliWolf16 scored a BIG WIN in today’s Circle Continue reading →Read More »

Coach Arend says that changing the culture at Paulding has been difficult

It has be a difficult run for the Paulding football program lately. The Panthers have not seen a winning season since 2011, and have not had a winning record within the conference (NWC) since 2008. Three years ago, Head Coach Continue reading →Read More »

Losing in the State Championship game left a bitter taste in the mouths of the Cavaliers

It has been a dominant run for the Coldwater football program. Since 2000, the Cavaliers have played in the State Championship game 11 times winning 6 state titles in that span, including four-in-a-row from 2012-2015. In fact, you have to Continue reading →Read More »

Some things may have changed for Jared Owens, but expectations remain high for Crestview

Crestview has a tradition of success when it comes to athletics, and the football team is no exception. Coming off another trip to the Regional Finals, HC Jared Owens knows some things have changed for himself and the team, but Continue reading →Read More »

New Spencerville Head Coach Chris Sommers says his new team is transitioning well

The rivalry between Jefferson and Spencerville is no secret to anyone in the NWC. Following the 2016 season, there was some extra fuel added to that rivalry with the announcement that Chris Sommers would be leaving the Jeffcats to take Continue reading →Read More »

There will be some big holes to fill at Indian Lake this season

Coming off the most successful season in Laker football history (11-1; 1st undefeated regular season in school history), Head Coach Dave Coburn says there will be a lot of holes to fill on his team. One of those holes includes Continue reading →Read More »

Pride and experience isn't a problem for LCC, but learning how to win is

It’s been a rapid fall from grace for the LCC football program. Coming off a 2-8 season, Head Coach Scott Palte says they had to reevaluate a lot of different aspects with the team. The positive take away from last Continue reading →Read More »

Doug Frye says it's time to see if his Roughriders can reload

Coming off a share of their first WBL Title since 2008, the St. Mary’s Roughriders are going to have to test the depth of their program this fall. Head Coach Doug Frye says that losing a big class of seniors Continue reading →Read More »

The new Perry football regime will have a smash-mouth approach

After the devastating loss of Head Coach Herb Lane Jr. in March, the Perry Commodores had to recover quickly and find a new front man. Instead of looking for a top coaching prospect, the Board of Education decided to bring Continue reading →Read More »

Speed Kills and LSH HC Andre Griffin Says it's time to speed up his Spartans

Entering his second year as the Spartans head coach, Andre Griffin says it’s time to start speeding up his team. Whether it’s play calling or getting to the line, Griffin wants his team to play faster and use their tempo Continue reading →Read More »

Speller says his Elida Bulldogs could be a WBL contender

Entering only his second year at the helm of Elida, Head Coach Bill Speller thinks that despite losing some key defensive players, his Bulldogs could be battling at the top of the WBL this season. Continue reading →Read More »

Brent Niekamp says the next step for Ft Recovery football is a MAC Title

Two years removed from their first football state championship in school history, the Indians of Fort Recovery have had to learn how to play as the hunted instead of the hunter. Head Coach Brent Niekamp says winning a state title Continue reading →Read More »

DSJ Blue Jay's will face an unfamiliar foe to start the 2017 campaign

The Blue Jays know all about success on the gridiron, and they also know all about having to think outside the box to schedule non-conference opponents. This year, Todd Schulte’s squad will make the long trip up I75 to Toledo, Continue reading →Read More »

Columbus Grove has to focus on the NWC this year, says HC Andy Schafer

A program known for it’s football success has fallen onto hard times as of late, recording only one winning record in the last 5 season (2011-State Semifinals). Grove HC Andy Schafer said this week on Koza in the Morning that Continue reading →Read More »

Allen East HC Mike Abbey says having football back will help the healing process

It’s been a heart-wrenching summer for the entire Allen East community. AE Football Coach Mike Abbey says that finally getting back to football is good for everyone, and will help the community begin to heal. Continue reading →Read More »

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