Harrison, Traylor transfer to Centerville

Jacob Harrison has decided to transfer to Centerville for his senior season

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In a somewhat surprising move Chaminade Julienne quarterback Jacob Harrison and classmate tight end/linebacker Tyler Traylor are packing their bags and heading to Centerville for their senior season. Centerville head coach Rodney Roberts confirmed the move with TriStateFootball.com on Thursday afternoon. "All the paperwork is OK and the pair will be officially e ... (MORE)

2015 Snapshot: Milton-Union

At first glance of the 2015 Milton-Union squad one thinks there are a ton of holes to fill and lots of unproven players at the varsity level to try and fill them with. That may sound daunting but the Bulldogs have the talent to step up be a pleasant surprise this fall. It will be all up to them to make plays and their ability to do so will be the difference in Milton- ... (MORE)

Milton-Union C Jacob Hill will be called upon to be a leader for the Bulldogs in 2015.

2015 Snapshot: Waynesville

Day by day, inch by inch the Waynesville football program just continues to get better and better under head coach Brandon Philpot. The Spartans churn out senior class after senior class of winners and this fall will be no different. The members of the Waynesville Class of 2015 will enter their final go round having been a part of 15 wins at the varsity level. They ... (MORE)

Brandon Philpot is 41-14 in five seasons as the head coach at Waynesville.
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2015 Snapshot: Dixie

Last season was a forgettable one for Dixie, which did not win a game and enters this season riding a 13-game losing streak. But fourth-year coach Sam Watson is optimistic about the wave of players that will be freshmen and sophomores and also believes the juniors and seniors gained valuable experience in 2014. The Greyhounds lost just four starters on offense a ... (MORE)

Dixie coach Sam Watson has a young team looking to rebound from an 0-10 season.

Player Spotlight: Chase Struewing

Waynesville finished second in the Southwestern Buckeye League in points allowed last season, and a key reason for the Spartans' success was defensive lineman senior-to-be Chase Struewing. Struewing, 6-feet-1 and 230 pounds, recorded 64 tackles including 3½ sacks as a junior. He also found the end zone on his lone fumble recovery, which opened the scoring in Wayne ... (MORE)

Waynesville senior-to-be DL Chase Struewing has recorded 139 tackles the past two seasons.
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