2015 Breakout Performers

Cole Hannon will be a focal point of the Ross offense this fall.

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As we turn the page and head into the 2015 season there are plenty of players waiting to have their moments and steal the spotlight. Next fall looks to be another banner year but it’s the surprise’s that make the football season so great. We take a look at who might be the next Jarell White of LaSalle with a momentous campaign. There are plenty of candidates to choose ... (MORE)

Challenge, change for Dreyer at Oak Hills

Oak Hills has always been a difficult place in which to coach and win at consistently. The Highlanders have made the playoffs just once in school history and that was back in 1999. This fall the school will look to new head coach Evan Dreyer to take the program to the next level. It is a task that won’t come easy with the obstacles the young leader will face. Dre ... (MORE)

Krause a hot commodity

It won’t be about the sunny skies, warm sand and cool waves that the south offers this Spring break for Fairfield quarterback Hunter Krause. Instead he will opt for the Ivy of the northeast. Krause is off to visit Yale, Harvard and Penn as he has piqued the burning interest of the Ivy League’s elite his father and Indians head coach, Jason Krause told TriStateFootbal ... (MORE)

Fairfield QB Hunter Krause threw 19 touchdown passes as junior in 2014.
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Fun facts: 2014 Season

What a year it was. The 2014 season was loaded with pleasant surprises as well as seeing the usual suspects do what they do best - win games. As we get ready to turn the page and head into 2015 here is one last look at some of the accomplishments from this past year. There are plenty of schools that have great momentum heading into next fall. TriStateFootball will ... (MORE)

Colerain head coach Tom Bolden is 70 games over .500 in his eight years as the Cardinals front man.

Timming gets first offer

Lakota East offensive lineman J.T. Timming has informed TriStateFootball.com that he has received his first offer and it is from Georgia State. The 6-foot-3, 285 pound Timming was a Division I Second Team All-Southwest District selection as a junior in 2014. The affable Timming told TSF that he believes the Thunderhawks have the talent and chemistry to build upon t ... (MORE)

Lakota East OL J.T. Timming has received his first offer from Georgia State.
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