All-TSF: Offensive Line Primer

Lakota West OL George Asafo-Adjei was a Division I First Team All-Ohio selection in 2014.

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They may not get the spotlight or all of the press clippings come Saturday morning but you can be certain that the area’s top offensive linemen are being seen and recognized for their hard work. College coaches are reaping the benefits from the local talent of big men and this year and years to come will be no different. The depth and quality of the TriState’s men in  ... (MORE)

All-TSF: Punter Primer

Having good special teams play is usually a bonus for the majority of high school teams. It can make good teams great and bad teams respectable. Getting a boost out of the kicking game is not an easy task but the group below sure made life easier for their coaches and squads this past fall. Here is a look at the punter nominees for the 2014 Postseason All-TriStateF ... (MORE)

Alex Craft from Alter led all TSF punters with 44.2 average in 2014.

LaSalle hires Hilvert

LaSalle wasted little time in finding their man to replace Nate Moore as they named Jim Hilvert as the school's new head football coach. Moore gave his resignation on Sunday as he took the athletic director and head football coach positions at Massillon Washington. Just three days later Lancers AD Dan Flynn pulls the trigger and hires Hilvert. Hilvert resigned from ... (MORE)

Jim Hilvert will become the next head coach at LaSalle
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Dayton OPOY Finalists:

The theme for the finalists for the TriStateFootball.com Dayton offensive player of the year should be the “Usual Suspects.” Three of our seven nominees are back from a year ago – D’Mitrik Trice, Jacob Harrison and Trent Yeomans followed up great junior campaigns with stellar senior seasons. That trio is joined by a quartet of players who are also well-deserving of  ... (MORE)

Springboro's DL Knock was named the GWOC South OPOY in 2014.

Moore moving on

After just two seasons as LaSalle head coach Nate Moore has resigned to take the athletic director and head football coaching positions at Massillon Washington. Moore led the Lancers to a 14-1 record and the Division II state title in 2014. "I will have a little part of LaSalle with me everywhere I go" he told TriStateFootball.com on Tuesday morning. In ... (MORE)

Nate Moore led LaSalle to the Division II state title in 2014.
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