Friday, July 21, 2017

Caden Brooks, Monroe High School

Each day during the month of June and July we will be featuring a player from one of the fourteen teams that we cover as part of Friday Night Victors.

Name: Caden Brooks

High School: Monroe High

Graduating Year: 2018

Height: 6'1" Weight: 180 lbs

Positions:Quarterback/Safety

Varsity Experience: 2 years

GPA: 3.3

40 Yard Dash: 4.7

Bench: 235




Post High School Plans: I plan on going to a four year university, hoping to play college football.

How long have you played organized football? 10 years

What does it mean to play football for Monroe High? It means a lot to play at this school because there have been some great teams in the past and I want to keep that tradition going from now and even through the future of Monroe High football.

Best football memory: Running out on that field before my first varsity start.

Other sports: Basketball and baseball.



Thursday, July 20, 2017

FNV Thoughts and Questions

Sorry for the brief absence folks. I needed a vacation.

Give me Carlson to win the Downriver League.

Wouldn't be surprised to see Airport go 1-8 again. I don't think it happens, but it wouldn't surprise me.

I laughed when Gary said his Falcons could start the season 0-5.

Does anyone on here care about Bedford football?

Am I too high on Riverview and too low on Grosse Ile?

Going to be a tough year at Ida I think.

Does everyone in the Huron League run the T now?

Sounds like they're doing the right things over at Erie Mason.

Things are kind of quiet over at Jefferson.

What's the word on Monroe?

Still not sure what to think about Huron.

Has anyone seen or heard from # 9's dad?

I know my alma mater Flat Rock has been working hard, but will it result in wins?

Would people listen to a 10:00 pm live radio show on Friday Nights?

OC, you still on vacation?




Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Mason Hamilton, Flat Rock High School

Each day during the month of June and July we will be featuring a player from one of the fourteen teams that we cover as part of Friday Night Victors.

Name: Mason Hamilton

High School: Flat Rock

Graduation Year: 2018

Positions: Offensive Tackle/Defensive End

Height: 6'2" Weight: 230 lbs

Varsity Experience: 3 years

40 Yard Dash: 4.9

Bench: 275 lbs

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Post High School Plans: To play college football  and graduate as an engineer.

How long have you played organized football? 5 years

What does it mean to play football for Flat Rock High School? Playing football for Flat Rock means a lot, not only to us player and coaches, but to those who live in Flat Rock and Flat Rock alumni. We're a city who has always been the underdog and we are always out to prove ourselves and prove all those who doubt us wrong.

Best Football Memory: The Airport game my sophomore year, more specifically the last play that led us to winning the game.

Other Sports: Wrestling








Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Cole Salenbien, Dundee High School

Each day during the month of June and July we will be featuring a player from one of the fourteen teams that we cover as part of Friday Night Victors.

Name: Cole Salenbien

High School: Dundee

Graduation Year: 2018

Positions: Quarterback/Defensive Back

Height: 6'0" Weight: 170 lbs

Varsity Experience: 1 year

GPA: 3.7

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Post High School Plans: Go to college and study Engineering/Mechanics

How long have you played organized football? Since the 3rd grade.

What does it mean to play football at Dundee High School? Become a family and make an unbreakable bond with the team and holding yourself to a high standard to be successful.

Best Football Memory: Beating Hillsdale for thew first time in school history.

Other Sports: Basketball and Baseball


Saturday, July 8, 2017

Troy Reissig, Erie Mason


Each day during the month of June and July we will be featuring a player from one of the fourteen teams that we cover as part of Friday Night Victors.


Name: Troy Reissig

School: Mason High School

Graduation year: 2018

Height: 5'9"

Weight: 170

Offensive position: Running Back 

Defensive position: Linebacker

Varsity experience: This year will be my 3rd year on varsity 

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GPA: 3.3

Post high school plans: I plan to go to trade school and start an apprenticeship to become an electrical lineman 

Time in football: I was fortunate enough to start playing in the 2nd grade and I've been playing ever since 

What it means: playing football at Mason means the world to me, I've always been encouraged to do sports since I was a young boy. I've been involved in multiple sports and no other sport has taught me as much as football has. Football makes you feel like you have a family outside of your household and that's the best feeling in the world.

Best football memory: My best football memory was leading the team to 4 consecutive stops against Blissfield, while they were inside our 10 yard line, and wining the game.

Other sports: State qualifying wrestler 




Friday, July 7, 2017

Phillip Martin, New Boston Huron

Each day during the month of June and July we will be featuring a player from one of the fourteen teams that we cover as part of Friday Night Victors.

Name: Phillip Martin

School: New Boston Huron

Graduation Year: 2018

Height: 6'1" Weight: 175 lb

Positions: Wide Receiver/Safety

Varsity Experience: 2 Years

GPA: 3.4

40 Yard Dash: 4.78

Bench: 235 lbs

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Post High School Plans: I plan to study Sports Marketing and go into sales while playing football in college.

How long have you played organized football? Since the 2nd grade.

What does it mean to play football at Huron? To be an athlete in general is an honor and a privilege. To be a Huron athlete takes that honor even further. Sometimes I get tired at practice and want to quit, but when I put on that red, white and black every Friday night it is game time and it is all worth it. When I think about it, I could never see myself playing for another high school. Chief pride is not just something I say, it is something that I feel and mean.

Best Football Memory: My sophomore year when we played Saline. Not only did we win when everyone said we would lose, I scored 3 touchdowns. Also, it was my 16th birthday, so I got my license that day.

Other Sports: Basketball and Golf