Maroa-Forsyth Trojan Football Champions Manual

Contact Information

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Coach Jostes-217-972-2460 or e-mail mtffootball@yahoo.com

DEFINING THE PROCESS-

“The Standard is THE STANDARD”

Coaches Goals-OUR MISSION

  • Grow Successful Husbands, Fathers, Men of Faith, Employees, and Employers
  • Encourage the RIGHT decision, not the EASY one, or the POPULAR one
  • Show Respect to all Teammates, Coaches, Classmates,Faculty, & Elders
  • Team Goals and Accomplishments outweigh your personal goals
  • Our work area is always cared for with PRIDE-Field, Weight Room, Locker Room
  • Practice with the same Effort we get on Game Days
  • Teach and Preach = NO SHORTCUTS to SUCCESS
  • HAVE FUN, BE RELENTLESS, and WIN

Our Mission-Make Better Men

Maroa-Forsyth Coaching Staff

Table of Contents-The Process

Chapter 1-Commitment Chapter 6-The History

Chapter 2 -Toughness Chapter 7-The Schedules

Chapter 3-Discipline

Chapter 4- Effort

Chapter 5-Family

TROJANS- HUNT TOGETHER

Chapter 1-COMMITMENT

IN-Season Expectations

  • Be on Time-which is 15 minutes EARLY
  • Have all necessary Equipment
  • Game Speed between the lines
  • Eyes on Coach when they are talking
  • Play until the whistle
  • Utilize breaks for rehydration and non-football related talk
  • Best Effort Always
  • Maintain Grades-BE a Student/Athlete

Talk is CHEAP-WE EARN IT!

Chapter 1-COMMITMENT

Off-Season Expectations

80% Team Attendance in the weight room is expected-THE STANDARD IS THE STANDARD!

Multi-Sport athletes are Encouraged

In-Season Athletes are not exempt from Strength Training

Ratings Chart Printed Monthly-4 Categories

Not Committed, Average, Good, Excellent-Don’t Let Your Team Down

Summer Expectations-WE NEED EVERYONE

80% > Team Attendance

Ratings Chart Monthly-Be EXCELLENT

Attend Team Camp-Both Weeks

Attend Camp Quest

Attend 7 on 7 and lineman challenges

Attend Captain Workouts

Parent Commitment =IT TAKES A FAMILY

Booster Club

TD Club

Game Day Meal Mom’s

Decorations Committee

Concessions/50/50/ & Ticket Duty

Grill Dad’s

HUDL USE REQUIREMENTS

Playbook with Video Posted- Yearly

Practice Cut-ups Required Viewing-In-Season Daily

Game Day Instant Replay

Game Cut-Ups -Viewed on Monday’s with Team

Check HUDL messenger on phones daily

HUDL WORK-FILM DOESN’T LIE

What it means to be PREPARED

Rest Phase

Which level are you?

BEING PREPARED- gold🥇 silver🥈 bronze🥉

🥇gold member rest🥇

  • 8+ hours of sleep a day
  • done with electronics at 10:00 PM Weekdays/12:00 Weekends
  • 2 minutes belly breathing RPR before bed
  • 6 to 7 days a week

🥈silver member rest🥈

  • 5 days a week

🥉bronze member rest🥉

  • 4 days a week

What it means to be PREPARED

Diet Phase

What level are you?

🥇gold member diet🥇

  • NO Soda
  • 5 meals/snacks a day
  • 2 to 3 cheats a week i.e. fast food

🥈silver member diet🥈

  • Soda weekends only
  • 4 meals/snacks a day
  • 4 to 5 cheats a week

🥉bronze member diet🥉

  • no soda wednesday, thursday, friday
  • 3 meals/snack a day (never skip breakfast)
  • 6 to 7 cheats a week

What it means to be PREPARED

Preparation Phase

What level are you?

🥇gold member preparation 🥇

  • always have practice and game equipment prepared the night before
  • study hudl 10 minutes 5+ days
  • 15 minutes early to all activities
  • 3 good lifting sessions a week

🥈silver member preparation 🥈

  • always have practice and game equipment prepared the night before
  • study hudl 10 minutes 3 days a week
  • 10 minutes early to all activities
  • 2 good lifting sessions a week

🥉bronze member diet🥉

  • always have practice and game equipment prepared and ready
  • study hudl 10 minutes once a week
  • on time
  • 1 good lifting session a week

Season Ending Requirements

Awards Banquet

Gear Turn in

Exit Meetings

CHAMPIONS DON’T TAKE DAYS OFF

CHAPTER 2-TROJAN TOUGHNESS

I. BE AGGRESSIVE AND PREPARED ALWAYS

1. BE A GREAT BLOCKER-

The toughest plays to stop are when ALL players make a good block. When you make a good block, you are improving your chances of your team scoring. If ALL players make a good block, WE SCORE, so almost every play at least 1 person fails. A lazy or bad block is a waste of everyone’s time and energy. To be a tough player, you need to be a great blocker, Great Teams are defined by everyone being a good blocker!

2. KNOW WHERE YOU’RE GOING AND GET THERE IN A HURRY-

The toughest players know exactly where they are going and they let nothing stop them from getting there, offense/defense/special teams, it does not matter! Football is about deception. Take the defense one way, and then plant the foot opposite of the direction you want to go and cut hard, always. Size and intelligence help, but ANYONE can learn the playbook and show the heart to get the job done, a TOUGH player will.

WHAT IS YOUR 1ST STEP?

  • What is my assignment?
  • Will allignment help me?
  • Stay Low!
  • Be Physical!
  • PLAY TO THE WHISTLE!

Player Expectations- Defining TOUGH

3. TALK EVERY PLAY-

The toughest players talk before every play and communicate with their teammates. It is almost impossible to talk to teammates about assignments and not be focused. If you talk, you let your teammates know you are there, and make them and yourself better players. It also lets your opponent know that you are fully engaged. Tough Players do this every play, no exceptions.

4. BE 1ST TO ATTACK THE BALL-

We will continuously train you to get to the ball, bad things happen to teams that do not SWARM the ball and great things happen to those who NEVER give up on a play. 11 vs. 1 is tough to beat, no matter how good of an opponent we face. When on defense, the tough defenders move as the ball moves. The toughest players move on the flight of the ball, not when it gets to its destination. Tough players don’t let blockers across their face—they make the opponent change his path.

ATTACK THE BALL-DON’T BE BLOCKED

Player Expectations- Defining TOUGH

5. DON’T GET BLOCKED-

No coach can give a player the proper footwork to get through every block. Tough players have a sense of urgency not to get blocked and to get through blocks so that the opponent can never do anything that is EASY.

6. PLAY THE BALL THROUGH YOUR MAN-

We don’t avoid blockers, we don’t reroute, we take the shortest path to the ball, most of the time, that is through your man, DON’T BE DENIED, make the tackle.

7. TACKLE UNDER CONTROL-

It is too easy to fly at a player out of control and think you are a tough defender. A tough defender closes out under control, he is not there for the headlines but for the tackle. A tough player has a sense of urgency but has the DISCIPLINE to do it right away.

8. BE ALERT-

Tough players are not “cool.” Tough players are alert and active, and tough players communicate with teammates so that they are alert, too. Tough players echo commands until everyone is on the same page. They understand the best teams play eleven as one.

PLAYING THROUGH THE BALL

Player Expectations - GIVE YOUR

BEST EFFORT ALWAYS

9. ALWAYS RUN THE FIELD-

Tough players sprint the field every play, which drags the defense and opens up things for others and ultimately for yourself. Defenders should NEVER know if you are the primary person on a play, or totally opposite of the call. WE MUST TAKE THIS TO HEART TO BE A CHAMPION! Tough players run hard and get “easy” plays, even though there is nothing “easy” about them, they have been setting up that “easy” play with their hard work all game long!

10. PLAY SO HARD, I HAVE TO SUB FOR YOU-

I once read that Bob Knight had criticized a player of his by saying, “You just want to be comfortable out there!” Well, that was me, and when I read that it clicked with me. I needed to work to increase my capacity for work, not to make it easier to play. I needed to work in order to be more productive in my time on the field. Tough players play so hard that their coaches have to take them out to get rest, so they can put them back in. THE TOUGHEST PLAYERS DON’T EVER PACE THEMSELVES!

RELENTLESS EFFORT DEFINES US

Player Expectations - GIVE YOUR BEST

EFFORT ALWAYS

11. GIVE YOUR MIND AND BODY-

Tough players understand the difference between being in the right spot and being in the right spot with the intention of making a play. Some players will look puzzled and say, “But I was in the right spot.” Tough players know that they have to get to the right spot with the sense of urgency and then make plays.

12. NEVER REST UNTIL YOU HEAR A WHISTLE-

Tough players go hard until they hear a whistle. They are the first to the ball, first to a teammate, and first to make a play when the opportunity arises. In addition, tough players do it every play, not just when they feel like it.

GREAT TEAMMATES

Player Expectations - Be A GREAT Teammate

13. GET TO YOUR TEAMMATES FIRST-

When your teammate lays his body on the line to make a play, the toughest players get to him first to help him back up. We do things as a team, if we get to the end zone, or have a great play it means all 11 guys contributed. If your teammate misses a play he should have made, tough players get to him right away. Tough players are always great teammates. Verbal and Tactile Teammates are the BEST!

14. TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR YOUR TEAMMATES-

Tough players expect a lot from their teammates, but they also put them first. When weights start at 8 A.M., tough players not only get themselves there, but they also make sure their teammates are up and get there too. Tough players take responsibility for others in addition to themselves. They always give credit to their teammates before taking it themselves. They don’t let their teammates be lazy or miss work for no reason.

Player Expectations - Be A GREAT Teammate

15. TAKE AND GIVE CRITICISM THE RIGHT WAY-

Tough players can take criticism without feeling the need to answer back or give excuses. They are open to getting better and expect to be challenged and hear tough things, believe it or not coaches do not enjoy yelling, they just want RESULTS. You will never again in your life have the opportunity you have now at the high school level: a coaching staff that is totally and completely dedicated to making you and your team better players and people. Tough players listen and are not afraid to say what other teammates may not want to hear, but need to hear. Your peers will listen to you way better than any coach. End Conversations with FIRM HANDSHAKE

16. SHOW STRENGTH IN YOUR BODY LANGUAGE-

Tough players project confidence and security with their body language. They don’t hang their heads, do not react negatively to a mistake of a teammate, and do not whine and complain to officials. Tough players project strength, and do not cause their teammates to worry about them. Tough players do their jobs, and their body language communicates that to their teammates—and to their opponents.

17. BE HARD TO PLAY AGAINST AND EASY TO PLAY WITH- Tough players make their teammates’ jobs easier and their opponent’s jobs tougher.

BE PLAYMAKERS & BROTHERS

Player Expectations - Be A Playmaker,

don’t be average

18. FINISH PLAYS-

Tough players don’t just take contact, they give it- they don’t give up on a play or assume that a teammate will do it. A tough player plays through to the end of the play and works to finish every play. NFL great Walter Payton once said, “he thought his greatest accomplishment in football was that he NEVER stepped out of bounds, the defender always had to pay for the right to bring him down.”

19. MAKE A PLAY-

Teams that blitz and take chances are banking on us falling apart and making a mistake. When pressed, tough players make good decisions, big blocks, hard cuts, get to open areas and present themselves as a receiver to the passer. Tough players face the defense, and make the right read, and play, and they do it with poise. Tough players want teams to be risky, so they can take advantage!

20. DON’T GET BEAT- A tough player gets face to face with his opponent and doesn’t allow himself to get beat. We make plays, not excuses! Every play has an individual battle, it is YOU or HIM?

Player Expectations - It’s not about you,

it’s about the team

21. IT IS NOT YOUR PLAY; IT IS OUR PLAY - Tough players do not worry about getting “their” touches. Tough players understand it is never “your” score; it is always the “teams” points. What does the team need me to do?

22. LOOK YOUR COACHES AND TEAMMATES IN THE EYE - Tough players never drop their heads. They always look coaches and teammates in the eye, because if they are talking, it is important to them and to you.

23. MAKE EVERY GAME AND EVERY PRACTICE IMPORTANT-Tough players DON’T categorize opponents and games. They know that if they are playing, it is important. Tough players must treat every game as a championship game. Opponents play their best against Maroa-Forsyth, we play our best because we are Maroa-Forsyth! We have a target on our back and we like it there!

24. MAKE GETTING BETTER EVERYDAY YOUR #1 PRIORITY-Tough players come to work everyday to get better! The goal is to get better everyday. YOU SHOULD COME TO WORKOUTS AND PRACTICE BECAUSE YOU WANT TO GET BETTER, NOT BECAUSE YOU HAVE TO!

CHAMPIONS WANT DISCIPLINE

Chapter 3-Discipline

Mental Toughness Training

8 Week Mental Skills Training Program-Maroa-Forsyth Football

Week 1: Exit Meeting 1st Week of December-1 Week after season Finale

Mental Tool: Goal Setting-Individual

Team Activity: Player and Coach-Brutally Honest meeting about player performance through coaches eyes- We share and reevaluate this document at the beginning of summer

MY GOALS AS 25 YEAR OLD 1ST TIME HC

Week 1 -Off-Season Goals

Trojan Football Off-Season Goals

NAME: GRADE:

BENCH - BODY WEIGHT-

SQUAT - POSITIONS-

CLEAN - 40 YD Dash-

Week 1-Season Evaluation-BE A “5”

*Rubric: 1 Worst - 5 Best

ATTITUDE- 1 2 3 4 5 WORK ETHIC- 1 2 3 4 5

AGGRESSIVENESS- 1 2 3 4 5

LEADERSHIP ABILITY- 1 2 3 4 5

FOLLOWS DIRECTIONS/COACHABLE- 1 2 3 4 5

MAKES GOOD DECISIONS- 1 2 3 4 5

Week 5-Relaxation

Week 5: 1st “Big” Game of the Season

Mental Tool: Relaxation

Team Activity: Deep Breathing Exercises where they have to focus on being perfectly still; Visualize on past personal successes, your favorite sports moment for example, and what you did before that moment; Players talk openly as a team about what worries/scares you for this game and others can encourage you. These are all things we could do to calm down before a big game.

Week 6-Managing Stress

Week 6: Mid-Season Grind

Mental Tool: Managing Stress

Team Activity: We could have our trainer give the kids a detailed diet for the week that focuses on healthy foods that can reduce stress. It will be up to the kids whether they actually follow it, but eating right can really reduce stress.

Another would be a good chance for openly talking about your worries in a closed players session. This would include grades, relationships, parental issues etc. I think it would help our players to know that others have the same problems and that we can get through them together. Add More QB training and Checks at the lower levels!

DO WHAT WE DO & HAVE FUN

Week 7-FUN

Week 7: Play-Off Pairings week

Mental Tool: Anxiety Relief

Team Activity: Never let the pleasure exceed the pleasure of playing. Show team highlight video of current season, all good plays, set to music. Show on a regular basis, Remind them we are here to compete and entertain, this is fun, Don’t forget why we do this, IT IS FUN!

Week 8- Self Talk

Week 8: Week 10 Play-Offs Begin and everyone is 0-0

Mental Tool: Self Talk

Team Activity: This activity will consist of having the players understand when things are starting to go bad, we must hit the reset button. This activity will also involve players visualizing their greatest sports moment. As a football coach we play approximately 180-190 plays in a game, it is impossible to play a perfect game, so as a bad rep occurs for the player, need a count to 10, mind goes to their reset button and visualizes their greatest sports moment and they finish with “I am BETTER than THAT!”

The Weights Don’t Lie- “Ring the Bell”

Weight Room Dedication

TROJAN ATHLETES WORKOUT

MONDAY-WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY

6 WEEK CYCLES = ALL YEAR LONG

"WE PAY THE PRICE TO BE CHAMPIONS!"

Bench Press Power Clean Squat= Core Lifts

Reps and Sets

Week 1: Core Lifts 3 X 12 @ 60%

Auxillary Lifts 3 x 20

Week 2: Core Lifts: 3 X 3 @ 85%

Auxillary Lifts 3 x 15

Week 3: Core Lifts 3 X 5 @ 80%

Auxillary Lifts 3 x 12

Week 4: Core Lifts Max Reps Week

Auxillary Lifts 3 x 10

Week 5: Core Lifts 5-4-3-2-1 @ 80-100%

Auxillary Lifts 3 x 8

Week 6: Core Lifts 10-8-6-4-2 @ 50-90%

Auxillary Lifts 3 X 6

Max Week(Stronger or Weaker, the Weights Don't LIE!)

You will max every 6 weeks and if you do workout correctly, YOU WILL GET STRONGER!

*Everytime you complete your workout move up in weight 5 pounds the next time you do that lift!

*We will also train Speed & Plyometrics 5 Days a week

YOU ARE IN CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE

TROJAN FOOTBALL COMMANDMENTS

The Trojan Football Team Commandments:

I. Respect

1. We will address all of our coaches as Coach, Sir, or Mr.

2. Pre-Practice begins :15 minutes before practice, if you are not being taped you are to be on the field at this time.

3. Your eyes are on your coach when he is talking to you, that means you stop and listen. When we are coaching that means everyone is listening!

COMMANDMENTS-CONT.

4. You will pick up your own gear at the field and your own area of the locker room or weight room.

5. You will not be on our sideline and talking to fans, parents, girlfriends etc. This is at all levels and all teams, If a varsity starter gets pulled, he should still be standing and aware of the game.

6. When you play music in public places it will be appropriate.

7. You will not have your phones in pre-games, meals, walk throughs, practice or any team meetings.

COMMANDMENTS-CONT.

8. You will say Please and Thank You for any help or assistance that you get from anyone associated with this team. Yes Sir and No Ma’am are great conversation pieces.

9. You will end conversations with peers with high fives or knuckle bumps. You will end conversations with adults, teachers, media members and coaches with a firm handshake.

WIN WITH CLASS

COMMANDMENTS-CONT.

II.Game Behavior

1. We will wear Trojan Colors & Clothing with Pride

2. We will stand for the playing of our National Anthem

3. We will “Tap” the ARCH & “Play Like a Champion” sign for Good Luck & Blessings every time we enter or leave Walter Boyd Field

4. We will cheer for our teammates on the sideline

5. We shall celebrate big plays with all 11 guys on the Field- Ex. TD scored all 11 players get to the end zone

The Magic Arch @ The Walter Boyd Field

COMMANDMENTS-CONT.

6. We will not Disrespect our opponent, but we will celebrate with our teammates

7. We will get 11 helmets to the ball on defense

8. We will play positions that are in the best interest of the team, not the player.

9. We will Respect Officials

Raising of the Trojan Helmets with Pride

COMMANDMENTS-CONT.

10. We will play as hard as we can until the Whistle

11.We will understand that it is a privilege to play Trojan Football and in NO WAY will be ever disrespect that.

12. We will All have our helmets up high when Special Teams take the Field

13. We will hold 4 fingers in the air at the beginning of the 4th quarter signifying we will FINISH.

13. We will greet our fans and appreciate the support after games, Win or Lose.

Social Media Expectations-People are Watching-Including Future Employers and Coaches

  • Nothing is PRIVATE-athletic code violations can be investigated as a result of your actions on social media
  • Never Complain about teammates or coaches!
  • If you ReTweet or Favorite something you are endorsing it!
  • We will not Trash our Opponents!
  • Use appropriate Language
  • BE HUMBLE! BE MOTIVATIONAL! BE AN INSPIRATION!

Follow us on Twitter: @mtffootball & @joshjostes or Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MaroaForsythFootball

THE TRUTH

Chapter 4-Effort

School Expectations

Dear Teachers,

I am sending a roster of the football team to all the teachers to help keep the kids grades up and your behavior problems hopefully at a minimum. I ask that you please inform me of any student receiving a grade below a 73%. On Tuesdays and Thursdays they will be coming to a study hall from 7:30 until 8:00 if you need any work given to them, please contact me. Thanks again for your help and support. I will also check the weekly progress reports that Tina runs so as long as the grades are up to date, I will have that information as well. Also, as you well know most of your subjects are WAY over my head so, I may be sending them up to see you, if they request help, and you are in the building in the AM’s, we would love some extra help. Also, we have a team policy that if any kid gets 3 detentions for behavior issues they are suspended for a game, and a 5th detention will result in them being dismissed from the team, so please keep me informed. Also, with the Focused Learning Centers please let me know if you feel one of my kids needs to head to a center and I will see that they get there.

School Expectations- Study Hall

TUESDAY AND THURSDAY

7:30-8:00 AM

MANDATORY

*You are to report to Coach Jostes’ Room and then go visit the teacher you need help with, if you are late or miss, sleds per minute up to 10, To be released you must show proof from your teacher with above a 72% in that class. Ineligible players will be demoted from their group, immediately and get sleds on top of study hall!

Team Rules -Championship Lifestyle

I. Absences – (from practice)

A. Excused

1. Absences caused by medical issues

2. Absences caused by academic conflicts (tutoring, field trips, etc.)

3. Other matters discussed previously with the coaching staff. (wakes, funerals, pre-arranged, etc.)

B. Unexcused

1. Absences caused by vacations or family travels.

2. Absences of an early morning or Saturday practice or weight training without calling one of the coaches the night before or 1 hour prior to the scheduled starting time of practice(Coach Jostes’ Cell 217-972-2460). (Unless the parent calls the student in sick for that school day.)

Team Rules -Strive for Perfection

Absences caused by dental, orthodontal, college days or other non emergency appointments. (All efforts should be made to schedule these appointments during non practice times.)

4. Inability to practice with the team because the student has not turned in all required paper work. (physical, athletic handbook, insurance affidavit, and their participation fee)

5. All other absences deemed by the coaching staff as unacceptable or inappropriate. (Saturday schools, court appearances, detentions – After 3 detentions player will be suspended for 1 game and a 5th detention is removal from the team.)

C. Tardiness

1. Be On time for everything! Whether it be a team meeting, film session, walk through, weight session, study hall, or a practice, each player is expected to be there on time(Cell Phones will not be used or present during any of these times).

Team Rules -Strive for Perfection

2. A player will be penalized for every minute he is late, a lap per minute up to 7 minutes. Late after that is 2 x 300 Yd. Shuttle(52 Seconds for skill kid

s and 57 seconds for lineman). Or Prowler Pushes 10 X 20’s

3. Three tardies are considered one unexcused absence.

D. Consequences

1. One unexcused absence: 2 X 300 Yd. Shuttle

2. Two unexcused absences: “good football”-running and cals and suspension for 1 contest

3. Three unexcused absences: Removal from team.

THE TROJAN WAY-DREAM BIG

Team Rules -Strive for Perfection

A. Bad attitudes will be adjusted by the coaching staff after practice. You will not like this so act accordingly. For example; walking from the huddle, not have equipment strapped up before practice, being lazy, cussing, not huddling tightly, detentions, tardiness at school, parking your car crooked, squealing your tires etc. This offense will be known as a “Good Football.”

B. Students who are not carrying their weight in the classroom will be in a mandatory study hall on Tuesday and Thursday mornings @ 7:35 A.M. If you have lower than a C- in any class, you will be there and if you are late, it will be dealt with the same way being late to a practice would be. You let your whole team down when they can’t count on you each week. You will lose your spots indefinitely if you become ineligible.

C. Players should remember that they are role models and that the should always look and act appropriately.

D. All players ride the bus both to and from varsity games unless approved by the coaching staff. Freshman and JV players are allowed to ride home with their parents if signed out by their parents.

Team Rules -Strive for Perfection

E. Each Player will address all of our coaches as Coach, Sir, or Mr. If that does not work for you turn your gear in and leave, your

Coach will send you running the first time and send you home on the second occurrence.

F. Pre-Practice begins at 3:15, if you are not being taped you are to be on the field and working at this time, if this becomes a problem practice will begin at 3:15 and everyone not dressed and ready at that time will be considered late. We give our players plenty of time to get dressed and ready for practice, there are no excuses for not being ready.

G. When a Coach talks to a player, your eyes better be on him, you will not walk away as a Coach speaks to you, when a coach is talking ALL eyes should be on him, so we don’t repeat ourselves again, If a Coach is talking to one side of the ball, the other side should be listening as well. If a Coach needs to repeat because you were not paying attention, we will send you to the track.

H. Players are in charge of their own gear and trash. If the locker room, weight room, cafetorium, or practice field become messy then we will run until you figure out how to clean up, pick-up, and return things to their original spot.

BREAKFAST-Chicken or Pig?

Team Rules -Strive for Perfection

I. Players will not be on our sideline talking to ANYONE. This includes your parents, girlfriend, best friend etc. When we are playing a game, you will stay focused on the game for all 48 minutes, if you want to play ball then focus on the game. If you would rather be in the stands, then become a fan! This will also include Varsity Players at freshman and JV games, only inside the fence if you are motivating and helping the young guys, otherwise stay in the stands. Coaches will punish any offenders.

J. Players will leave their cars in the front parking lot on game days and Thurs. walk through, those spots should be for our fans and elderly that need to park closer. No one is to visit their car after getting their stuff out.

K. We will play acceptable music in our locker room and on the bus or we will take the Sound System away.

L. Cell phones on Friday Nights are for Music only! Use at pre-game meals, Walk Throughs, Sideline etc. is STRICLTY FORBIDDEN!

Team Rules -Strive for Perfection

M. Finally, players will say PLEASE and THANK YOU, if a coach, manager, trainer, and media personnel gives them any assistance. This will include when a player leaves a scheduled workout, he will make it a point to let the coach know that he is done and leaving.

N. The Athletic Handbook will be followed in all additional matters such as alcohol, drug, tobacco violations or any other law violations. If you use, you lose!!!

IT’S NOT ABOUT ME=IT’S ABOUT WE

11 Thoughts about Trojan Football Teams

1. Teams rise and fall on culture, leadership, relationships, attitude and effort.

Great teams have a great culture driven by great leadership. Relationships are meaningful and teammates are connected. The collective attitude is very positive and everyone on the team works hard to accomplish their mission.

2. It’s all about teamwork. Sometimes you are the star and sometimes you help the star.

3. If want to be truly great you have to work as hard to be a great teammate as you do to be a great player.

When we work hard to be a great team member we make everyone around us better.

4. Your team doesn’t care if you are a superstar. They care if you are a super team member.

5. Three things you control every day are your attitude, your effort and your actions to be a great teammate.

11 Thoughts about Trojan Football Teams

6. One person can’t make a team but one person can break a team. Stay positive!

Make sure you don’t let energy vampires sabotage your team. “No Energy Vampires Allowed”

7. Great team members hold each other accountable to the high standards and excellence their culture expects and demands.

8. Team beats talent when talent isn’t a team.

9. Great teams care more. They care more about their effort, their work and their team members.

10. We > me

11. You and your team face a fork in the road each day. You can settle for average and choose the path of mediocrity or you can take the road less traveled and chase greatness.

It’s a choice you make each day. Which path will your team take? Will you Leave Your Mark?

Will You Pay the Price?

Chapter 5-FAMILY-Team Goals

  • Achieve Team Summer Attendance Rating
  • Become Brothers for Life

3. Qualify for the State Play-Offs

4. Win the Sangamo Conference

5. Win THE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

LOVE YOUR BROTHERS

Character Coaching Goals

Our Mission is:

To Build Accountable young men that are Driven to be Champions in all areas of life. They Will become Trustworthy, Honest, Caring young men that will become leaders in life and you will want your daughter to marry!

WHATEVER IT TAKES FOR MY TEAM

Building Confident Men of Character

Be a great teammate

Be a playmaker

Put the team first

Be Aggressive

Give your best effort

Play under control

Know your assignment

Communicate

Mentally Strong

Be physical

Be a great blocker

Play with enthusiasm

Just be yourself

Physical Conditioning

Show team spirit

Never quit

Be loyal

Play with intensity

Play with confidence

Building Confident Men of Character

PLAYMAKERS-BE SPECIAL

Game Day Offensive Goals

No Turnovers 6 + 15 Yd Plays=Explosives

200 + Yards Rushing Less than 35 Yards in Penalties

150 + Yards Passing NO Pre-snap Penalties

100% in Redzone No Busted Plays

Cross 50 5 + Times Do Whatever it Takes to WIN

PHYSICAL & RELENTLESS

11 HATS TO THE BALL

Game Day Goals-Defense

Less than 100 Yards Rushing 5+ Punts

Less than 100 Yards Passing 50% in Red Zone

Cause 3 + Turnovers 100% in Pass Coverage

Under 50% Completed Passes Do Whatever it Takes to WIN

5 + Tackles for a Loss

AUTOMATIC!

Game Day Goals-Special Teams

All Kick Returns past the 35 Yard line

All Kick- offs inside the 30 yard line

Make 100% on Pat’s

Block a Pat or Punt

Catch Every Kick

CHANGE FIELD POSITION FOR THE POSITIVE on EVERY KICK

We Will DO WHATEVER IT TAKES

Captain Expectations-It’s Not for Everyone

2 Elected by the Team-3 Pass the Interview

A. Your teammates must TRUST you

1. You are the Ears and Voice of the Team-If

something needs fixed with players or coaches it is

your JOB to address it

2. If something needs brought to the attention of the

coaches Ex. illness, fatigue, grades, girlfriends,

family, roles of players

3. Where our Trojan Gear with Pride

4. You understand the difference between RIGHT and

WRONG and are willing to stand up against the

Wrongs- even if it is the unpopular decision

D. Organize Team Bonding Activities

1. Schedule and include ALL players in activities

outside of game days

2. Ensure that all curfews and guidelines are met

3. Attendance at weights and practices are not optional

and you should take initiative to see that all

members are participating. Don’t accept excuses

4. Ensure that all players are academically eligible.

5. Help players that need assistance with tutors, rides

etc.

ALL EYES ARE ON YOU

A. Don’t Be AVERAGE- BE A PLAYMAKER

1. Will your team to victories, through hard work and a

positive attitude. Ex. High Fives, Exceptional

Plays, Great Attitude, Communication, Discipline,

never take a play off

2. Good Body Language- Eyes up, head up, words of

encouragement, never derogatory

B. Ultimately this is now YOUR TEAM

1. Practice the way you Play-Your Discipline in a

Game, will occur at Practice, there is no magic

switch on game days

2. Relentless-11 guys to the ball, finish every block,

HIT, Run Your feet, 11 guys to the endzone

3. Every day we get BETTER or WORSE

C. How do you want your LEGACY defined?

1. Bad-players are selfish, we don’t play hard, we

don’t have fun, several players are ineligible and we

have constant violations of team policy

2. Average-Team is divided, we are inconsistent on the

field, at practice, and in the classroom, the season is

UP and Down

3. Good-Team Plays hard, everyone is pulling in the

same direction, discipline infractions are at a

minimum

4. Champions- Team is Relentless, practice the way

we play, we are a family, we do what’s RIGHT

Captains-Cont.

B. Team Goals are more important than Your Goals

1. Expect to win, be relentless, and have fun

2. You are never concerned with your performance if

the team was successful

3. If Players are not “team” players, you have to

call them out, but these situations must be fixed or the team will suffer!

FOLLOW US-LEADERS BY EXAMPLE

Captains-Cont.

C. REPRESENT the Maroa-Forsyth Trojans and our

Community with PRIDE

1. Our work area is always clean: field, locker room,

weight room

2. Young players and Fans are watching you, set a

GOOD example-Look, Act, and treat people with

respect

Ex. Language when and what is appropriate,

Clothing is not vulgar or promotes illegal

activities

Chapter 6-Trojan Football History

Excellence and Pride

.620 winning percentage All-Time

1945-1st Trojan Football Team

1948-1970- Walter Boyd Era 94-83 Overall Record

9 - 0 in 1960. Soya Conference Champions (No Playoffs)

HISTORY-70’S-90’S

1972-1986-Fred Thompson Era 90-51 Overall Record

12 wins, 5 losses in Playoffs. 5 Meridian Conference Titles

2 State Runner Up Finishes and 4 Semi-Final Appearances

Lost 12 - 6 in 1983 Title game and 6 - 0 in 1981 Title game

7 - 2 in 1982 and DID NOT make the Playoffs

90’s- 3 Play-Off Appearances-1997 Sweet 16

FINISH THE FIGHT-SWING THE HAMMER

Chapter 6-Trojan Football History

Excellence and Pride-2000’S and Beyond

2000-2018-15 Consecutive Play-Off Appearances 171-30 Since 2003

176-52 Overall Record (9 Consecutive Okaw Conference Champions 05-13 & 16 &18 Sangamo Champs)

2005 & 2015 Sweet 16 2007 & 2008 Quarterfinals

2004,2011,2013 Semifinals 09,10,14,16,17,18 State Runner-Up

2006 & 2012 State Champions

2 TOWNS-1 DREAM

Brotherhood Slogans

2000- “Pain is Temporary, Pride and Tradition are FOREVER”

2001- “Getting it done in 2001”

2002- “Black and Blue Club”

2003- “Just Bring It”

2004- “Return to Glory”

2005- “Just the Beginning”

2006- “Unfinished Business”

2007- “We Don’t Rebuild, We Reload”

2008- “Raising the Bar”

2009- “Here We Come Again”

2010- “Adding to the Tradition”

2011- “Family-ALL IN”

2012- “DWWD”-Do What We Do

2013- “Pressure is a Privilege”

2014- “Win the Day”

2015- “Tradition Never Graduates”

2016- “Sell Out 16”

2017- We Will Be Back

2018-”1MR”=1 More Rep/Ring

2019-

MOTTO’S TO LIVE BY

All-State Tradition-1st Team

Steve Oliver 1976 John Brown 1985 Tyler Roush 2007

Greg Thompson 1981 Drew McCool 2004 Dalton Coventry 2009

Lynn Sill 1981 Leonard Parks 2004 Gary Scott 2010

Kevin Koslofski 1981 Luke Hockaday 05&06 Logan Stelzriede 2011

Jamie Mattingly 1984 Andrew Mills 2006 Aaron Ford 2011

32 1st Team All-State Players-25 FB

All-State Tradition-1st Teamers

Curt Beckman 2012 Logan Allsup 2016 ????

Justin Mikeworth 2013 Austin Walker 2016 ????

Jack Hockaday 13&14 Deondre Gregory 2017 ????

Arik Inda 2014 Ian Benner 2018 ????

Chad Howell 2015 ???? ????

2x All-State Player-Luke Hockaday

All-State Tradition-Honorable Mention

Nate Chandler 2001 Robo Kreps 2006 Tyler Marsh 2010

Drew Sullivan 2002 Jerry Beach 2007 Logan Stelzriede 2010

Brad Osborne 2004 Justin Barnes 2008 Jante Newbern 2011

Austin Peebles 2005 Wyatt Washburn 2009 Justin Mikeworth 2012

Shane Conaway 2006 Joe Hockaday 2010 Drew Fredericksen 2012

All-State Tradition-Honorable Mention

Logan Allsup 2015

Brian Hallam 2017

Lane Ohlemeyer 2018

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???

Dr. Andrew Mills-Princeton Grad

HS and College Football Standout

All-State Tradition-1st Team Academic

Drew Sullivan 2002 Aaron Ford 2009 Reilly Fitzpatrick 2017

Andrew Bruce 2004 Drew Aschermann 12 Reilly Fitzpatrick 2018

Josh Jacobsen 2004 Justin Mikeworth 12 & 13 Ian Benner 2018

Andrew Mills 05&06 Arber Emroski 2013 ????

Kyle Mauzey 2008 Connor Aeilts 2016 ????

Trojan -Pre-Season All-Americans

DIVISION 1 ATHLETES-Who’s Next?

ANDREW MILLS-Princeton

LUKE HOCKADAY-Eastern Illinois

ROBERT KREPS-University Illinois-CHI

GARY SCOTT-Drake University

CURT BECKMAN-Butler University

JACK HOCKADAY-Iowa

Super Trojan Test Records

40 Yard Dash

  • Aaron Inda 4.56
  • Jordan Bond 4.58
  • Robo Kreps 4.60
  • Nate Chandler 4.61
  • Joe Hockaday 4.61

300 Yard Shuttle

  • Aaron Inda 44.0
  • Ian Benner 45.0
  • Jaxson Nelson 45.5
  • Cody Marsh 46.0
  • Jack Hockaday 46.0

The Weights Don’t Lie-PR “Ring the Bell”

Super Trojan Test Strength Records

Squat

  • Lane Ohlemeyer - 515

  • Blake Hickey - 510

  • Justin Mikeworth - 465

  • Lane Ohlemeyer - 465

  • Bryson Boes - 460

Bench

  • Justin Mikeworth - 400

  • Justin Mikeworth - 365

  • Dalton Coventry - 345

  • Jon Rodriguez - 330

  • Lane Ohlemeyer - 330

Power Clean

  • Josh Cox - 320

  • Jack Hockaday - 315

  • Justin Miller - 315

  • Jerry Beach - 305

  • Brandon Goede - 300

NO ONE MAN TACKLES THESE GUYS

Top 10 -1,000 Yard Rushers

  • Leonard Parks - 2,421
  • Shane Conaway - 2140
  • Steve Oliver - 2096
  • Jack Hockaday - 2011
  • Gary Scott - 1945
  • Deondre Gregory - 1757
  • Shane Conaway - 1611
  • David Pittenger - 1492
  • Darren Haenny - 1390
  • Kevin Koslofski - 1360

QB HIGH- TRADITION OF EXCELLENCE

Being QB 1 at MFHS

  • BE A LEADER and EXAMPLE to Your Team!
  • Don’t Create Unnecessary Pressures
  • Don’t Take Negative Plays-Use your Mind
  • Complete Understanding of the Playbook
  • BALL Security! No Unforced Turnovers
  • Get the Ball to my Playmakers
  • BE SPECIAL, when it is My Turn!
  • ALWAYS give Credit to my Line and my Playmakers!

Top 10-1,000 Yd Passers

Luke Hockaday 2,844

Logan Stelzriede 2,576

Jack Hockaday 2,529

Tyler Ray 2,380

Luke Hockaday 2,327

Ian Benner 2,239

Logan Stelzriede 2,198

Jack Hockaday 2,126

Ian Benner 2, 087

Jack Hockaday 1,943

BE SPECIAL-MAKE PLAYS

Top 5 - Receivers-Yards

Robo Kreps 1,575

Wyatt Washburn 1,140

Joe Hockaday 1,014

Drew McCool 999

Grant Weis 994

PHYSICAL & TOUGH

Legendary Defenders

Tackles in a season- 151 Dalton Coventry 2009 Tackles in Career-322 Dalton Coventry 2007-09

TFL’s Season- 26 Justin Mikeworth 2012 TFL’s Career-45 Justin Mikeworth 2012-2013

Fumbles Recovered in a season & Career- 8 Tim Peasley 2004, Curt Beckman 2010-2012

Interceptions in a season- 11 Danny Weyen 1981 Int.’s in a Career- 18 Austin Peebles 2003-2005

CHANGE THE FIELD-SEAL WINS

Special Teams Standouts

PAT’s Season- Reilly Fitzpatrick 80 2018 PAT’s Career-Alex Chiligiris 205

2 PT. Season- Jack Hockaday 19 2004 2 PT. Career- Jack Hockaday 24

Field Goals Season- Alex Chiligiris 6 ‘08 Field Goals Career- Alex Chiligiris 17

Longest Field Goal-Erik Black 44 Yards 1983

Chapter 7-The Schedules

Pre-Season Documents-Required Paperwork

* Physicals must be turned in or your player does not participate-School Physicals offered in Late May beginning at 3:00 PM-Schedule your appt. at 794-3463-Ext. 1105-Cost of the Physical is $25

* Signed athletic code, insurance form, Steroid Test Waiver, Concussion Waiver and $125 participation fee, All forms are online, see attachment

*All of this work is required before participating in Practice-if missed practice because of this it is UNEXCUSED

Google Link-Year Round Football Calendar

Summer Camp Forms-Strongly Suggested

Trojan Football Camp

“WE WILL BE BACK”

2017 Trojan Football Camp

May 30- June 2 3:00-5:30 P.M.-Everyone

July 12-13 ALL DAY-(Varsity Only)

July 17-20 3:00-5:30 P.M.-Everyone

Camp QUEST-Varsity ONLY-with SENIOR DAD”S

Change Scrimmage-Fundraiser/Auction

1. Spirit wear basket 2. State Champions Autographed Football

3. Senior Night Game Ball 4. Sideline coach – For a Game (must be at least 18 years of age)

5. Future Trojan (must be atleast 6) 6. Mini Replica Helmet

7. Reserved parking & season tickets 8. Sled Ride – Auction

TD Club Fundraiser-

All Players Sell 5 Contracts

Maroa-Forsyth Trojan Football Boosters

2016 Touchdown Club

I would like to be a member of the 2016 Trojan Touchdown Club. I agree to pay $25 prior to the start of the 2016 Football season. This $25 entitles me to an official TD Club T shirt. It will also give me recognition as a 2016 sponsor.

I agree to pay $1 for every MF Trojan touchdown scored during the regular and/or playoff season. The $25 will be deducted and the MF Trojan Football Boosters will collect the balance of the amount owed at the end of the season.

Change Scrimmage Continued

5:30 - Cook Out at the Field-Booster Club-Meal $7.00

5:30 - Meet the TROJANS NIGHT-Intro Players to Youth teams

6:00 - Begin Introduction of Touch Football players-Seniors

6:35 - High School teams pre-game(Field Goal Challenge)

6:55 - Officials will re-enact coin toss and signal press box

6:57 - Sled Ride from Auction

7:00 Fresh/Soph Split Squad (all scrimmages are non-stop clock)

7:10-7:30 Varsity Splity Squad

7:30-7:40 Fresh/Soph Split Squad

7:40-8:00 1st Team Varsity Defense vs. Scout Team Offense

8:00-8:10 Fresh/Soph Split Squad

8:10-8:30 1st Team Varsity Offense vs. Scout Team Defense

Who Do You Play For?

THEME GAMES

Change Scrimmage Opening Night Real Men Wear Pink

White Out Black Out Blue Out

Military Night 1st Responder Homecoming

Senior Night Play-Offs Sweet 16

Elite 8 Final FOUR State Championship

WORK HARD, PLAY HARD!

Game Day Routines

Trojan Football Home Game Routine

7:15-7:45- Varsity Team Breakfast @ Crawfords-Bring Tip $ only

3:45-4:15 - Supper (Everyone meets in Locker room)

4:15-4:30 – Walk Through on the Field

4:30-5:00 – Down Time (Prepare for Special teams)

5:00-5:20 – Special Teams

5:20-6:20 – Down Time/Prepare for the Battle

Movie/Room 180 Music/Weight Room

Locker room Tape/Trainer Room

BE IN ONE OF THESE FOUR PLACES, EVERYONE IN LOCKER ROOM at 6:20 with GEAR ON!!!

6:20-6:40 – Pre-Game on Field

6:40-6:55 – Pep Talk/Assignments

6:55-6:58 – ENTRANCE

7:00 – GAME TIME!

Game Day Routines Continued

Trojan Football AWAY Game Routine

7:15-7:45- Varsity Team Breakfast at Crawford's-Bring tip $ only

3:15-3:45 - Supper (Everyone meets in Locker room)

3:50-4:00 – Walk Through on the Field

4:00-4:20 – Down Time (Prepare for Special teams)

4:25-4:45 – Special Teams

4:45-Bus Departure Time – Down Time/Prepare for the Battle

5:55-6:00 – UNLOAD BUS/TEAM BREAKDOWN

6:00-6:20 – GAME GEAR ON

6:20-6:40 – PREGAME ON FIELD

6:40-6:55- PEP TALK/ASSIGNMENTS

7:00- GAME TIME!

Play-Off Game Routines-Home

9:15-10:00 – Breakfast (Everyone meets in Locker room)

10:00-10:15 – Walk Through on the Field

10:15-11:00 – Down Time (Tape)

11:00-11:20 – Special Teams-Must be in School Colors

11:20-12:10 – Down Time/Prepare for the Battle Movie/Jostes Music/Weight Room/Tutt

Locker room/JK Tape/Trainer Room/Matt

!

12:20-12:40 – Pre-Game on Field

12:40-12:55 – Pep Talk/Assignments

12:55-12:58 – ENTRANCE

1:00 – GAME TIME!

Play-Off Game Routines-Away Charter Bus

8:30-9:15 – Kitchen opens and Matt begins taping. Young Guys first then

Older guys!

9:15-10:00 – Breakfast

10:00-10:15– Walk through

11:15 – Van Leaves Depending on Destination – MUST HAVE BAGS READY

11:00-11:20-Special Teams at the Boyd

11:40- Bus Leaves

11:00-11:20-Special Teams at the Boyd

11:40- Bus Leaves

12:45 – Arrive at Destination

1:20 – 1:40 – Pre-Game on Field

1:40 – 1:55 – Pre-game Speeches

2:00 – Game Time!!!

Play-Off Game Agenda-Overnight 3+ hours

Friday Night-

5:15-Load Trailer with Football Equipment Bag-Immediately after Visualization

7:00-Load Charter Bus with Luggage for Rooms only- ALL FOOTBALL GEAR RIDES IN THE TRAILER-Need to Pack a BACK PACK WITH CLEATS and GLOVES to keep in Your Possession for Pre-Game

7:30-10:00-Bus Trip and Movie-Bring your own Drinks/Snacks for ride to Quincy

10:00-10:15-Arrive at Quincy Quality Inn-Receive Room Assignments(NO SWAPPING)- Check in room and Meet in Conf. Room for Pizza Reception

11:15-Bed Check and Lights OUT-CURFEW ENFORCED

Saturday-

8:00-8:30-Tape Jobs-All done by

8:30-Young kids are up 1st-In conference Room

8:30– Wake Up Calls
8:30-9:15 – Breakfast & Pack/Clean Room
9:20-9:35– Walk through- Conference Room/Parking Lot
9:40 – 10:00 – Load Suit Cases on to the Charter Bus/Clean Room
10:00- Bus Leaves
10:10 – Arrive at Destination Local University Football Complex
10:15-10:35-Special Teams on the Field-Cleats and Gloves Needed
10:45-11:30-Bus to Field
11:30-12:15-Spat and Game Gear on
12:20 – 12:40 – Pre-Game on Field
12:45 – 12:55 – Pre-game Speeches
1:00 – Game Time!!!

State Championship Week Agenda

MTF FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP WEEK

“EVERYTHING YOU EVER DREAMED ABOUT IS RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU!”

Monday November 20- 3:15-6:00 Film- Weights During FL &* Pro Pad Practice-***Players pick GS kid to Walk with at GS Assembly. Thank You Cards- Who Blessed you!

*Monday Pre-Order tickets available from 8:00-3:30 PM at the HS Office, cost is $10 per ticket. Also, Post game Celebration will be held at Crawford’s Pizza and Pub after the game, Tickets for the post game party are also $10.00 each. Only 200 tickets are available so get them quick. Each Player will receive a complimentary ticket. The tickets include soft drinks and appetizers.

State Championship Week Agenda

MTF FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP WEEK

“EVERYTHING YOU EVER DREAMED ABOUT IS RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU!”

Tuesday November 21- Tuesday Pre-Order tickets available from 8:00-12:00 PM at the HS Office, cost is $10 per ticket. Also, Post game Celebration will be held at Crawford’s Pizza and Pub after the game, Tickets for the post game party are also $10.00 each. Only 200 tickets are available so get them quick. Each Player will receive a complimentary ticket. The tickets include soft drinks and appetizers.

Team Dismissed from Class @ end of 7th HR Shortned Day-Pep Assembly at the Grade School @ 1:25-

Middle School, High School, and Public Pep Assembly at the HS @ 2:25.

3:30-6:00 Practice at the BOYD.

State Championship Week Agenda

MTF FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP WEEK

“EVERYTHING YOU EVER DREAMED ABOUT IS RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU!”

Wednesday November 22- Practice at the BOYD 1:00-4:00- Film will follow practice until Done -NO SCHOOL

Thursday November 23 -“Thanksgiving @ the BOYD”- 8:00-10:00 AM walkthrough, helmets and cleats, All are Welcome to Watch Practice. *Parents and Fans invited to join us beginning at 7:15 AM for Donuts and Coffee/Hot Chocolate Provided!

State Championship Week Agenda

MTF FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP WEEK

“EVERYTHING YOU EVER DREAMED ABOUT IS RIGHT IN FRONT OF YOU!”
Friday November 24- Breakfast @ 7:45AM, Walk-Through 8:15-8:25 AM. VAN LEAVES @ 8:00 AM. Special Teams at Northern Indoor Facility. Load bus and leave @ 8:45 AM. Caravan and Fire Truck Escort out of town We will be the AWAY team in WHITE OUT UNIFORMS on the EAST SIDE. Team Arrives at 11:00. Tape and Specials 11:30. Take the field Warm-ups on from 12:30-12:45 PM - 12:50-1:00 & 1:08 Game Time

MTF SUPER fans & Cheerleaders get set up to tailgate and take over TENT CITY!

After we get done taking care of BUSINESS, the players will receive medals, interview, shower(bring clean clothes to wear after the game), and then have an assembly with our boosters, fans, and supporters at TENT CITY before returning to MFHS. (Football Mom’s will provide Chili and Sub Sandwiches) Assembly will occur on Friday night at approximately 7:30 PM and the After Party is at Crawford's, must have a ticket to go.
Bring your Cowbells and Be LOUD AND PROUD!

Maroa-Forsyth Trojan Football Champions Manual - Google Slides