The Zanesville football team has alot to be thankful for this November. The Devils have rolled off 13 straight victories, captured an ECOL championship, and advanced to the State Final Four for just the second time in school history. Despite all the hype, the Devils are business as usual this week, and most of all, thankful for the opportunity.
The success of Zanesville football transcends the field of play this season. Everyone has played a part....from the players, coaches, parents, and even new technology. Recently, a high tech website has helped the process of distributing game footage from schools each week. JT Raymond has more on this handy invention.
The Blue Devils success this season has been built on their versatility, and no player better symbolizes that than senior JT McFarland. Whether he's punting, receiving, returning kicks, or anchoring the defense, Zanesville's "do-it-all" man really does it all, and he does it with a smile.
The Devils will need a team effort to get by New Albany (11-1) Friday night at Columbus Desales High School at 7:30 p.m. Zanesville (12-0) has already made history this season, with the...
The Bobcats arguably had more to play for Tuesday, but the Golden Flashes went out strong in their final game this season. Ohio took a 6-3 lead, but Kent State outscored them in the final three quarters to win 44-13 at Peden Stadium.
The Bobcats (6-5, 3-4 MAC) postseason hopes took a major hit, but they are still alive for a bowl bid with a win next week against UMass at home. Kent State's (4-8, 3-5 MAC) season came to a close with their second straight victory.