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Aurora switches to flexbone offense (MO)

A new head coach brings a new offense for the Aurora Houn’ Dawgs. Craig Weldy, the junior high coach at Aurora since 2002, has been promoted to head coach this fall. “In 2002 a couple of coaches quit late in July,” Weldy said. “I had a construction company here, and Jim Waggoner (former Aurora athletics […]

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Rancho Mirage football team focusing on new squad, not 2016 championship loss (CA)

Possibly two of the most important playmakers for the Rattlers return, though, bringing back some much-needed continuity. Starting quarterback David Talley enters his junior season after starting 14 games for Matthews as a sophomore, where he went 67 for 142 for 923 yards and five scores along with four interceptions. Those numbers don’t necessarily jump […]

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SPARTANS START STRONG (TX)

Going into his team’s first practice of the season, Centennial coach Kyle Geller said he wanted to see great effort, excitement and retention of what the Spartans learned during spring drills. All three were on display for the Spartans who are the District 9-5A defending co-champions after going 6-1 last season and are seeking their […]

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East opens things up in a 42-10 win over Timpview (UT)

The final score East put together during Thursday’s 42-10 romp over Timpview was a typical outcome for the Leopards, although the manner in which they did so maybe deviated a bit from the usual course. Sure, East once again ran its triple-option attack well, but it was a number of big plays, and most notably […]

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Hackettstown looking to take the next step (NJ)

Joey Andes is now entering his fourth year as a starter on both the offensive and defensive lines for Hackettstown without yet being a part of a team that has finished over the .500 mark. The Tigers have been the epitome of decent over that time, finishing right around that .500 level each of those […]

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Winter Comes to Continue Golden Bears’ Upward Swing (GA)

After winning two games each in the 2014 and 2015 seasons, the Holy Innocents’ football team rebounded with a five-win campaign in 2016 and returned to the Class A state playoffs for the first time since 2013. The Golden Bears will be under new leadership in 2017 as the lone head coach in the 11-year […]

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No Look Bulldogs Embrace Change (CO)

Palisade Bulldog’s Head Coach Joe Ramunno says every year of high school football is a rebuilding year, and that statement couldn’t be any truer for Ramunno and his team this year. Last year, the Bulldog’s triple option dominated the Western Slope League, but Palisade loses its stable of running backs along with quarterback and thousand […]

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