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Nelsonville-York High School named their new football coach for the 2016 season: Rusty Richards. After 48 applications, one being from India, the N-Y School Board believed Richards to be the best fit for their historic program. Over 45 seasons, the Buckeyes have only employed three full-time coaches, all three falling in the same family tree. Dave Boston Sr…. Read More
Alexander head coach Alex Penrod guide his team to its best season in school history, earning him Gridiron Glory coach of the year honors.
After making his presence felt on both sides of the ball for an extremely successful Alexander team, Mason Chapman took home Gridiron Glory’s player of the year trophy.
After making it to their first ever regional final, the No. 2 Zane Trace Pioneers season fell at the hands of No. 1 Wheelersburg 31-0. Wheelersburg was able to control the clock through a hard-nosed running game, powered by running back Jordan Howard and quarterback Kyle Davis. The duo combined for 166 yards and four… Read More
With two defenses that allowed less than 10 points per game all season, people expected the Division 3, Region 9 championship to be decided by a field-position battle. Zanesville changed that. No. 4 Jackson turned the ball over four times and failed to force a single turnover as No. 3 Zanesville made big plays when… Read More
When the scoreboard read 0:00, Alexander’s senior football players lined up hand in hand, stretching from goal line to goal line. They walked down the field they have called home for the last 4 years, reminiscing on the good times they have had together, as the crowd cheered them on. For senior Mason Chapman, it… Read More
Gridiron Glory reporter Dani Dean talked to the Jackson Ironmen’s most dominate members of the backfield to see where their intensity comes from.
Logan quarterback Lane Little pieced together one of the finest seasons in school history, throwing for a school record 2,140 yards and 30 touchdowns. With Little at the helm, the Chieftain offense averaged a whopping 34 points per contest. Tune in to WOUB on Friday, Nov. 20 at 11:30 to find out if Little takes… Read More
The Jackson Ironmen (11-1) are posed to be momentous in more than one way this Friday night when they face the Zanesville Blue Devils (11-1) in the Divison III, Region 9 final. It is the second time in Jackson history they will play for a regional championship; the last time Jackson did not win the… Read More