— Brian Hall (@bhallwfmy) October 28, 2017
(10-28-17) The following three coaches all have coached in the Western Buckeye League, Jared Rolfes and Mike Fell both were at Celina and Hall of Fame Coach Mike Mauk was at Kenton. All three of these coaches now coach out of state in North Carolina, Arizona and Missouri.
In North Carolina, Coach Jared Rolfes and his Page Pirates looked impressive again on Friday night beating Grimsley 42-0.
Page defense has now shut out three of its last five opponents and on the year is giving up an average of just 11 points a game.
Despite the offense scoring 42 points last night Coach Jared Rolfes told greensboro.com that its all about the defense:
“We know that our strength is our defense, so sometimes I get conservative because of that. We just want to win, that’s the bottom line.”
The Pirates Cody King (WR) had a big night on the ground rushing for 116 yards on just 7 carries and 3 TDs, 2 on the gound and one via the pass.
The Pirates (9-1, 3-0) will be tested next Friday when they travel to # 9 Ragsdale for the Metro 4-A Conference championship
In Missouri, Mike Mauk and his Glendale Falcons 2017 season came to an end in the Class 5 District semifinal playoff game losing to Ozark 55-34. It also marked the end of Alex Huston’s record-breaking career after he transferred his Sophomore season from Kenton.
The Falcons end the season at 5-5.
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Final Ozark 14 14 14 13 55 Glendale 12 16 0 6 34
In Arizona, Mike Fell’s Mountain View (6-4, 3-2) Toros beat Mesa 36-14.
After the game Fell told MyNewsMesa.com:
“They played well on Senior Night and we have won three games in a row. It is a good feeling to finish strong in the regular season. We will see what happens from here.”
Today the #14 Toros got the good news, they will play #3 Chandler this Friday night (Nov 3) at 7:00 PM.