By The Numbers: JuJuan Linzy

JuJuan Linzy has 3,119 all-purpose yards heading into his senior year at North College Hill.

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No matter where he lines up on the football field North College Hill’s JuJuan Linzy is a nightmare for opponents to prepare against. Heading into his senior season Linzy has excelled in all phases of the game for the Trojans. His ability to change the game any time he touches the ball makes him one of the premier players in Division V, Regions 18. The Trojans speed ... (MORE)

2015 Snapshot: Batavia

The thing one has to like about this Batavia squad is that they have been through adversity and come through it with flying colors. Last season the Bulldogs saw their young, spirited, first-year head coach Caleb Corrill step down after just two games due to illness. The rattled squad would go on to lose two of its next three affairs under newly appointed head coach Ma ... (MORE)

Larkin Commits to Bearcats

LaSalle running back Jeremy Larkin will stay at home to play his college football. Tom Grosechen of the Cincinnati Enquirer reported on Sunday that Larkin has made his verbal commitment to play for the Cincinnati Bearcats beginning in 2016. Larkin played a large hand in LaSalle winning the 2014 Division II state title. The Lancers went 14-1 as he found the e ... (MORE)

LaSalle RB Jeremy Larkin will stay at home and play his college ball for Cincinnati.
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2015 Snapshot: Western Brown

One of the most intriguing changes this off-season came at Western Brown. The Broncos will turn the reins over to Don Sizer for a second time in program history. He replaces Evan Dreyer as the teams head coach. Dreyer, who took the Oak Hills job in early 2015 compiled a 43-19 record in six seasons including Western Brown’s second and third playoff appearances the last ... (MORE)

Western Brown QB Chaiten Tomlin threw for 42 touchdowns as a junior in 2014.

2015 Snapshot: Clermont Northeastern

Despite back-to-back 1-9 seasons Clermont Northeastern has a legitimate shot to win An SBAAC National title this fall in what appears to be a wide open race. The Rockets are big up front with an offensive line that averages 6-foot-1 and 278 pounds. They will be paving the way for some very capable and experienced skills players in the backfield. The one downfall to th ... (MORE)

Luke Newton was a Second Team All-SBAAC selection as a sophomore in 2014.
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