2015 Snapshot: Lawrenceburg

Jordan Houze will get his chance to win the starting quarterback job at Lawrenceburg this fall.

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The foundation at Lawrenceburg has been laid under head coach Ryan Knigga. Now it will be up to a new cast of players to keep the Tigers pride moving. Lawrenceburg graduated 14 seniors who all were significant contributors during their careers. Replacing them is a tall order. “We are young at some key spots. We have talent, just not talent with experience” Knigga ... (MORE)

2015 Snapshot: East Central

When the switch finally clicked on for a young group of East Central football players last season it was like a complete transformation in the team. An 0-3 start left the Trojans down but not out. East Central got hot winning eight games in a row before bowing out of the post-season to Columbus East. “The playoff lost to Columbus East has led this group to believ ... (MORE)

Jacob Steinmetz will move to defense after starting the past two years on the East Central offensive line.

2015 Snapshot: Batesville

One would be hard pressed to find a coach in the Hoosier state that gets more out his players, pound for pound, than Batesville’s Eric Heppner. The Bulldogs have thrived on speed and execution for Heppner who enters his 20th season as the front man at his alma mater. This fall expect more of the same out of Batesville as eight starters on each side of the ball return ... (MORE)

Batesville RB Jacob Koehne ran for 494 yards as a junior.
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EIAC 4A notes

From top to bottom the EIAC 4A promises to be much more competitive than it has been in the past few seasons. With a trio of up and coming coaches at East Central, South Dearborn and Connersville and an infusion of excitement brought on by veteran coach Kirk Kennedy at Franklin County the division appears to be on solid footing. The goal remains the same for thr ... (MORE)

Evan Oatman heads into his senior year as a vital cog in the South Dearborn offense.

2015 Snapshot: Trotwood-Madison

There are big shoes to fill at Trotwood-Madison. Gone is a deep core of defensive players and a three-year starting quarterback who transferred to the North side of Dayton. The Rams who have won five straight Regional titles will have more questions marks than at any time during their current run of success that began in 2006. In his first year as head coach Jeff ... (MORE)

Kendall Turner will need to be a leader for Trotwood-Madison in 2015.
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