2015 Snapshot: Dixie

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

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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)

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.

2015 Snapshot: Preble Shawnee

The 2014 season was a step in the right direction for Preble Shawnee as the program had its first non-losing season since 2006. The Arrows return a solid nucleus of players from last year’s squad. Head coach and former alum Matt Hopkins has got things moving in the right direction but knows there is still work to be done. Preble Shawnee will be led by an explosive  ... (MORE)

Preble Shawnee QB Joby Williams was a Second Team All-Southwest District selection as a junior in 2104.
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2015 Snapshot: Carlisle

A new era begins in Carlisle as former Summit Country Day head coach Mike Brown takes over. The cupboard is not bare for Brown who has some pretty decent talent returning on offense. The Indians averaged 34.3 points a year ago so scoring points should not be a problem. On the other side of the ball Carlisle must get tougher if they want to make the playoffs for the ... (MORE)

Carlisle RB Ridge Reed ran for 1,100 yards and 18 touchdowns as a sophomore in 2014.

SWBL: Freshmen stepped up in 2014

Several members of the Class of 2018 in the Southwestern Buckeye League (SWBL) – Buckeye Division showed that they were ready for prime time last fall. In a league full of talented underclassmen a group of freshmen rose to the occasion and became important contributors for their teams. Inexperience and the speed of the game at the varsity level did not deter these yo ... (MORE)

Zac Shields had a solid varsity debut as a freshman for Milton-Union.
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