2014 Snapshot: Princeton

Princeton WR Elijah Ball was a Second-Team All-Southwest District selection as a junior in 2013.

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Trust, care, commitment. That is the rallying cry for the Vikings this year, both on and off the field, and in his first year at Princeton, head coach Calvin Johnson insists that his players embrace all three of these virtues. While it’s been awhile since the Vikings were serious postseason contenders, Johnson is quick to remind his team that Princeton is a s ... (MORE)

Preview: Ryle at Cooper

The 2014 season starts off with one of Northern Kentucky’s hottest new rivalries. Things will be heated in the (ironically named city) Union as bordering Boone County school district teams Cooper and Ryle square off in the opener on Friday night. These two geographical rivals are separated by 4.28 miles, but that’s where the closeness ends for the two programs. Co ... (MORE)

Alex Brownell will play strong safety for Ryle in 2014.

Preview: Campbell County at East Central

The 2014 U.S. Marines Backyard Battle series kicks off as a new interstate rivalry is being born. From deep in Alexandria, Ky., the Camels from Campbell County will bust their hump and head west over the Ohio River into the Hoosier state to St. Leon, Ind., to face off against East Central. It is an unlikely pairing but one well worth some “kudos.” No matter ... (MORE)

A healthy Brandon Koch returns to play quarterback for East Central this fall.
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Rising Star: Hunter Krause

There are some high school players out there that dream about playing football for their father, but Fairfield junior quarterback Hunter Krause actually gets to experience it every time he steps on a football field. Each and every Friday night Fairfield head coach Jason Krause is standing on the sideline getting the opportunity to watch his son, Hunter, grow as a f ... (MORE)

Fairfield QB Hunter Krause threw for 1,021 yards and nine touchdowns as a sophomore in 2013.

2014 Snapshot: Lakota East

After a 2-0 start last season, a four-game losing streak essentially put an end to Lakota East’s hopes of a second consecutive playoff appearance. But with three wins followed by a seven-point loss to 9-2 rival Lakota West to end the season, the Thunderhawks – who lost 10 total starters – have reason to be optimistic. Lakota East makes no secret about wanting to ... (MORE)

Rick Haynes is trying to get Lakota East to the postseason for the second time in three years.
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