Team 75 AHSFAA Golf Outing!
The 3rd annual AHSFAA golf outing is set for June 7th at 1:30 pm at California golf course again! This also happens to be the 75th season for Anderson Football. Cost again will be $75 a person and that will cover green fees, cart and a dinner at the end of the day. If you are interested in golfing our sponsoring a hole, please contact Coach Giesting or Dan Albers. Look forward to seeing everyone again and go Redskins!
Josh Correll signs with Malone.
Josh Correll signs with Malone!
Feb 5th signing day was a big day for former Redskin Josh Correll, not only did he sign on to play football with Malone University he now will also be playing with his older brother Jesse! big brother Jesse will transfer from Butler Univesity to Malone to play with Josh. Josh was a Team Captain this past season for Anderson High School Football, was voted by his team and coaches with the 110% Award for his hard work ethic, was honored with WCPO Player of the Week, Cincinnati Enquirer All Star Team, All Conference First Team, All Southwest District Ohio First Team, All State Third Team. Congratulations Josh!
Kevin Rogers commits to Buffalo!
Kevin Rogers commits to Buffalo!
Senior QB Kevin Rogers has verbally committed to the University of Buffalo and will play tight end, according to Redskins head coach Jeff Giesting. Rogers was QB for the Redskins this past year and threw for 1,334 yards and 9 touchdowns and rushed for 702 yards with 7 touchdowns. Rogers is listed at 6'4 and 210 pounds.Congrats Kevin and good luck!
Winton Woods newsletter
Redskin Football Newsletter 10/27/13
It was a cold Thursday last week when we played Winton Woods, but the players were excited to play on television and worked very hard all week to get ready for one of the best teams in the state in division 2. Unfortunately we lost the game 26-0 and struggled most of the night on offense. We had three turnovers in the first half and one of them was returned for a touchdown. When you turn the ball over three times against a great team it is going to be difficult to overcome. We felt that if we would have taken care of the ball we could have been within a touchdown at the half. Defensively we played physically and were in position the majority of the night and controlled the number of explosive plays Winton woods had. We had several guys play their best games of the year on defense. Augie Murphy, Andrew Alvey played very well against the run and Thomas Campbell played well against the pass.
This week Kings comes to Brown stadium for the final game of the season. Kings is coming off a great win against Glen Este and they probably have already qualified for the playoffs, but they would solidify their spot if they can win the game so they have a lot to play for. Our guys would like to go out on a high note with a victory at home so I expect both teams to be very motivated. They have a good passing game with some explosive receivers and their junior running back has good speed so our defense will be tested. Defensively they play a 5-2 and blitz a little bit. We must take care of the ball and get our running game going to score some points. Hopefully some of the guys who were injured last week will return to add to our depth on offense.
I am always amazed at how fast the season goes by. It seems like a short time ago that we were in summer camp and two-a-days. While we have not won as many games as we would have liked, but it has been an enjoyable group of kids to be around. They have grown together as a team and I have seen tremendous growth in them as indivduals. They have alot to be proud of for the type of people they are.