BELMONT - Bison cornerback Jadon Rucker-Furlow will try to finish his senior season strong, after committing to play at Miami University next year.He tied for the team lead in interceptions in 2016 with two to go along with 18 tackles, a forced fumble and two recoveries.The 6'1 senior also plays offense. He tallied two receptions for 55 yards and a touchdown last season.However his main focus is defense and he has quite the lofty goals for himself in 2017.
SPRINGFIELD - Shawnee senior Jack McCrory is a Swiss army knife of sorts.He rushed for 667 yards with 9 touchdowns on the ground and two by way of the air last season.He also made 73 tackles for the 6-4 Braves, who finished second in the CBC Kenton Trail division.Although Jack committed to play linebacker at Ohio University because he likes to be the aggressor, defense won't be his main focus this year.
When the clock struck midnight, it was finally time for contact. "Physicality, excitement, you know, energy,” Centerville head football coach Ron Ullery said. “Guys, they have been itching. They have been itching. ""It's such a relief to actually play football, and get after it," Butler senior outside linebacker Jake Demoss said. "For the first time out here, you do get a little bit anxious, but you know it gets you ready for the season,” Centerville senior defensive back Evan Franzman said.
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