Zanesville marched all that way to the D2 state final four last season before losing to eventual state champ Loveland. The Blue Devils graduated plenty of experience, so it's up to this year's group to reload and prove that they are still a force to be reckoned with. J.T. Raymond has the story.
In all-star games there is no sure way to predict what is going to happen. A group of players on the field together for the first time, it will be a test of will and skill.
Muskingum County head coach Chad Grandstaff and his squad are in the final stages of preparing for Friday night's game at White Field. The Muskingum County team lost a season ago and this year's group of seniors are looking to avenge that loss....
It is a game that marks the unofficial start to the football season, or at least it use to do that. The Muskingum Valley vs. Licking County All-Star game is always one last chance for the class of 2014 to show what they have on the football field.
This year the Muskingum Valley squad is loaded with talent across the board and are looking to avenge last years loss. Muskingum is led by Zanesville Head Coach Chad Grandstaff and his squad is full of Blue Devils who were apart of the...
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 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...
Wednesday Zanesville High School the community came together to support the football team with some school spirit at an exciting pep rally.
“We will see you guys on Friday, go blue," said Head Coach Chad Grandstaff.
The Blue Devils continue to head down the road to the state championship with their game this Friday and to show how proud the Y City is of the team. Many came out to a pep rally on a chilly yet a thrilling night.
The Zanesville football team has always been an integral part of the high school, but this year they have taken it to a different level. The Devils capped off just the second undefeated season in school history and routed their first playoff opponent, 38-0.
Up next, Zanesville takes on Worthington Kilbourne (10-1) at Gahanna Lincoln High School this Friday at 7:30 p.m. The students and faculty have been apart of their success all season, and are ready to watch them accomplish...
By many standards, the Zanesville football team had a successful 2012 season. The Devils went 9-1 before falling short to Canal Winchester in the opening round of the playoffs. But evere since, the Devils have had a bitter taste in their mouth.
This season, head coach Chad Grandstaff returns a star studded cast that will stop nothing short of a state championship. The Devils begin their regular season journey Friday night at home against Newark at Sulsberger Stadium.