It wasn't the best way to open as a head coach, but Jeremy Ketchum and the West Muskingum Tornadoes do have some excitement coming into this season. The Blue and Gold were just 1-9 a season ago but found a way to get in the win column in the season finale last year.
With the excitement of their win over Claymont, West has been working hard in the weight room this offseason. The only problem is that the Tornadoes don't have many bodies. West M only has 24 kids out for the team...
Its been four years since the Morgan Raiders have had a winning season, but for fans in McConnellsville it seems like an enterinity. Last year gave Raider fans hope with a 2-8 season, and that the future could be bright.
Morgan has a second year head coach, a team that is hungry for wins, and new coaches who know how to win. To see the complete story click the video link listed below.
Rosecrans has had plenty of success on the gridiron in recent years, with back-to-back trips to the OHSAAplayoffs, and, last season, earning the school its first-ever home playoff game. Now, the bishops have had to adjust a little during this offseason. With graduation and a new head coach, just to name a few. But, there is one thing that the rosecrans faithful hope won't be changing anytime soon. Our own Dan Wolfgang has more.
The 2009 season ended early for the Sheridan Generals. The Red Rage who are perennial MVL contenders, went 8-2 and missed the playoffs in a loaded Region 11. This season the Generals return main of their key offensive weapons from a year ago and will once again look to compete in the League for a title. For more on the Red Rage click the watch video link as JT Raymond reports
Two years ago when Whit Parks took over as the Maysville head coach, he knew that he was going to have a tough road ahead. Year one saw the Panthers lose all ten games, but in year two Parks and the Panthers saw a dramatic turn around. Maysville won six games but it is not the end result Parks wants. He wants to take that next step, and have the fans in South Zanesville hoping for maybe the schools first ever playoff berth.
Somewhere between blowing out Sheridan and crushing New Lexington, the MVL was well aware of a storm the Tornadoes were brewing in 2009. However, with the loss of several key players in key positions.There is cause for concern at West Muskingum in 2010. But as Jeremy Rauch reports, it's not the first time the 'nadoes have heard this song.
In his senior year at Rosecrans, Scott Moyer lead the Bishops to their first ever playoff berth while playing quarterback. Now Moyer is back at it again. This time though he is leading the Bishops as their head coach. Moyer is one of the youngest head men in the state of Ohio and will look to guied Rosecrans to the Playoffs for the third consecutive year. Jeremy Rauch caught up with the new coach during a practice recently. For more on the story click the video link.