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  1. Thinking about TA

    He was a big loss to IN HS football.
  2. Title: Volunteer Slot/WR coaching opportunity (Varsity) Homestead High School (Ft. Wayne) School: Homestead High School (Ft. Wayne) Position: Volunteer Coaching position – Slots/WR Varsity Level Contact Bill Skelton for any questions regarding the position at bill.skelton@hotmail.com This is an excellent opportunity to coach on a great staff in one of the best conferences in the state!
  3. Spring Football

    www.neinskillscamp.com & sos camps are how we do spring football in Indiana. Neinskillscamp.com does 6 hours of non-padded/non-contact position drills over a 15 day period and then conclude w/ a 1.5 hour practice in which all of the college coaches from the 5 state area are invited to observe. We usually have about 50 colleges present. We supply all of the benefits of spring football (fundamentals, footwork, agility drills, 7 vs. 7 etc... of each position & contact w/ college coaches) except team work. Additionally, I believe the neinskillscamp.com is one of the cheapest private athletic experiences in all of the state.
  4. I just had 2 volunteers cancel, if you would like to be a room host and receive a free attendance, hotel room, food per diem, and some glazier swag, please let me know. http://www.glazierclinics.com/Coaching_Clinics/Grand-Rapids-Michigan-Football-Clinic Steve Snodgrass snodgrass.stephen@gmail.com cell 260-452-7457
  5. How? What's the ruler/standard tied to time?
  6. Defensive Coordinator Jimmy Linn has been named Head Coach! Congrats Jimmy!
  7. I have been told the Harding attendance area is the highest due to the tax rate of apartment complexes, but that is just rumor mill info.
  8. I need two more volunteers to serve as room hosts for next weekends (Jan 19-21) Indy Glazier Clinic at the east side Marriott. As a room host you introduce the speaker, make announcements, take a head count of the room, and do some minor conference room clean up. You would need to arrive by 11am on Friday 1/19/18 and would be free to leave after tear down on Sunday. We are usually out of the hotel by 11am, noon at the latest. You will need to attend all clinic sessions. For agreeing to serve as a room host you would receive free clinic attendance, free hotel room (w/ a roommate), some daily spending money for food, and some glazier swag. This is a great opportunity to attend one of the biggest clinics in the mid-west for free! There are several new components to the clinic that we believe will make it even more beneficial to you and your staff. Please spread the word among your staff and see if there is anyone interested! You do not need to be a coach to take part, just a desire to learn some football! http://www.glazierclinics.com/Coaching_Clinics/Indianapolis-Indiana-Football-Clinic Please feel free to ask any questions you might have!!! Steve Snodgrass ssnodgrass@eacs.k12.in.us
  9. This man's information is virtually infallible in terms of IN HS football and probably any other areas.
  10. This is a fair question and is much debated on a larger scale in East Allen County, does EACS need 5 high schools at all? For the past 30 years the individual communities affected are fully committed to the costs associated w/ 5 HS's.
  11. Can you give me some examples of the many you have referenced? I do not think the movement towards turf is slowing down at all. In 2007 when I first moved to NE Indiana Homestead was the only one. Now there are several, a definite trend up over the past 10 years. W/ EACS getting 4 in one year our region has shown a significant (800-900%) growth in addition of turf.
  12. I am no more aware of the details of the community meetings that were linked than you are, but the rumor of turf fields has been very common. I think that anyone who has truly followed the redesign process is not surprised by the turf announcement. (sp)
  13. No individual or organization in any of the 5 attendance area submitted the appropriate paperwork/petition to force the project to go to a vote.