Rising Star: Nykwaun Presswood

Taft RB Nykwaun Presswood is one of the top returning players in the SWOPL in 2015.

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Before the 2014 season started no one knew who Taft running back Nykwaun Presswood was. That all changed in Week 4 when Presswood ran for 413 yards and four touchdowns as the Senators won at Troy Christian, 33-7. It was the 27th highest rushing yardage total in a game, in Ohio history. That impressive showing was the middle of a three game stretch in which Presswood a ... (MORE)

TSF at 10: Those fabulous Falcons

Getting to the top is one thing, sustaining that success from one season to the next another story. Clinton-Massie has figured it out. The Falcons have been truly amazing over the last 10 years. The program racked up some stunning accomplishments since 2005 as they have gained the reputation for being relentless in every phase of the game. TSF at 10 looks at Clint ... (MORE)

Dan McSurley will be in his 20th season as head coach at Clinton-Massie in 2015.

2015 Snapshot: Clinton-Massie

Year after year, class after class the winning continues at Clinton-Massie. The will be the 20th season for Dan McSurley as the Falcons head coach. He has built quite the program over the past two decades. As each season passes the bar gets raised a little more and it was a bar that was set high the moment McSurley took over the reins. This fall will be no differen ... (MORE)

Hunter Fentress is back for his third season as Clinton-Massie's starting quarterback.
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Rising Star: Jerron Cage

Two years ago as a freshman Jerron Cage stood in the Winton Woods library and watched his older brother Daniel sign his National Letter of Intent to play football for the University of Notre Dame. Admiring the fruits of his brother’s work at the high school level Jerron wasted little time carving out his own niche for the Warriors. Last fall, Cage emerged as one of So ... (MORE)

Last fall Winton Woods DL Jerron Cage emerged as one ot the top linemen in the Class off 2017.

2015 Snapshot: Wilmington

Going 8-2 and not making the playoffs was a tough pill for Wilmington to swallow in 2014 but that only motivates the Hurricane returnees to get to the promise land. Despite the loss of 13 seniors to graduation the ‘Canes have plenty of talent coming back to make another run at the post-season. Head coach Scott Killen injected an exciting brand of football into the  ... (MORE)

Wilmington QB Matt Creditt accounted for 31 touchdowns as a junior in 2014.
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