Caldwell was argualbly the area's biggest suprrise in 2005. In his first season as head coach Chad Kauffman pumped life into a fading program, turning a 2-8 team from '04 into a PVC champ and playoff team last season.
The Redskins won't be sneaking up on anybody this year, but they're ready for the challenge.
Buckeye Trail was shocked when Caldwell won the PVC and made the playoffs last year. The Warriors had convincingly beat the Redskins in week two, but ended the season at a different end of the spectrum.
Young and inexperienced, Buckeye Trail had its moments, but in the end youth got the best of them. That won't be an excuse this season.
In 2006, the aged Warriors are out to be the new surprise team of the conference.
No team had more people talking in '05 than the Meadowbrook Colts. After winning only four games in four years, head coach Mitch Bendle finally had his team and the community believing winning was possible.
A 6-4 record wasn't the best, but it set a precedent of good things to come in Byesville. WHIZ's Aaron Spragg has the story in this Coca-Cola Powerade Team Preview.
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Over the last three years Cambridge has solidified its repuation as one of the premier area teams. But with one of the states top backs, Stephen Ford, and a cast of other big time performers the Bobcats are saying this could be their best season yet.
WHIZ's Aaron Spragg has the story in this Coca-Cola Powerade Team Preview.