Monthly Archives: October 2015

Predictions: Where I Was Right, Where I Went Wrong

Back in August, many who follow the game of high school football boldly proclaimed who they believed would be the contenders and pretenders for the upcoming season.  If you follow this space weekly, you may have come across a piece I wrote around this same time.  In hindsight, I should have added the disclaimer the […]

High School Football: The More We Think We Know…..

The high school football season is in a sense concise.  Only eight games decide which teams continue their quest for gold and which squads pack up the gear awaiting the next campaign.  Conversely, the gridiron march can be a long, arduous journey, one filled with many obstacles and pitfalls along the way.  Conventional wisdom is […]

If I were Czar of Maine High School Football….

On Friday nights and most Saturday afternoons I find myself basking in the glow of the field lights or enjoying the fading sunlight and last vestiges of warmth at a football game somewhere in Maine.  Some nights I’ll be working as the public address announcer for the home team but on those off nights I’m […]