Rising star: Tyler Pilcher

Glen Este QB Tyler Pilcher threw for 19 touchdowns as a sophomore in 2013.

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The days of watching “three yards and a cloud of dust” from the Glen Este offense seem to have flown right by the team's fans. A large reason for the metamorphosis on this side of the ball in 2013 was the big arm of quarterback Tyler Pilcher. In his first year as a starter, Pilcher threw for 1,632 yards with 19 touchdown passes as a sophomore last fall. He beca ... (MORE)

Blast from the past: 2007 Anderson

Just over six years ago, the Anderson Redskins made school history when they took home the Division II state championship. It all happened under the watch of Jeff Giesting, who was in his first year as head coach. Giesting took over the position after being a long-time assistant at the school under the legendary Vince Suriano. The Redskins (13-2) were able to hold  ... (MORE)

Jeff Giesting led Anderson to the Division II State title in his first season as the Redskins' head coach.

2014 Snapshot: Loveland

It was a magical ride for Loveland in 2013 as the program won its first state title. The Tigers looked the part and played it out on the field on the way to a perfect 15-0 record. Things will be different this fall as Loveland will be a “marked man” with plenty of foes wanting to avenge the shellacking that the Tigers administered to them last season. A returning ... (MORE)

Jake Saunders started all 15 games for Loveland as a sophomore in 2013.
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Rising Star: Adrian Baker

The Turpin Spartans by their standards had a sub-par season in 2013, finishing 4-6 overall and 2-4 in a tough Eastern Cincinnati Conference. This was a transitional year after a 12-1 season a year ago. Many underclassmen were tasked at playing significant roles last fall. One of those underclassmen was a sophomore running back, Adrian Baker. The 5-foot-8, 14 ... (MORE)

Turpin RB Adrian Baker is primed for a big junior year in 2014.

Q&A: Ryan Drake, Withrow

For the past seven years Withrow has devoured its competition in the Cincinnati Metro Athletic Conference (CMAC) going a combined 37-5 in league play during that span over foes with lesser resources. This fall the Tigers will take a step up in class and join the Eastern Cincinnati Conference (ECC) under new head coach Ryan Drake. Drake becomes the team’s fou ... (MORE)

New Withrow head coach Ryan Drake looks to lead to great heights entering the ECC in 2014.
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