Crooksville to Keep Tradition Alive

by Chase Evans on August 28, 2013 at 11:50 am

For years, Crooksville football has prided itself with some of the best tradition in Perry County. But recently, the Ceramics haven’t lived up to their winning ways of old. Second year head coach Brent Gorby is determined to turn that around this season when he tries to lead Crooksville to its first winning season in three years.

The Ceramics return an experienced group of upperclassmen, including ten senior, that hope to give them an advantage this season. Senior quarterback Austin Ebert and running back Ty Slayton lead a quick offense with skilled big men on the front line.

Crooksville will try to set the tone early in their schedule. They kick off their season Thursday night under the lights against Maysville at Village Park in Crooksville.