Thursday, April 29, 2010

Preseason Thoughts

Just thought I would throw out some thoughts regarding the 2010 football season. I know it's a little early by why not.

Airport, the Jets must recover from the loss of Eric Redmoond to Monroe. Much of Airport's staff will remain in tact and the Jets return some excellent talent.

Flat Rock, the Rams have been hit hard by graduation and will probably start a handful of Sophomores this season. Joe Pruchnicki will probably shorten his playbook this season if that is possible.

Grosse Ile, the Islanders will have to find a replacement for Dex Teen on offense. There is a boatload of returning veterans which should allow GI to be very competitive this season.

Huron, the Chiefs lose one of the best players in the league in LB Tyler Weclowski. Look for the Huron to run the ball more this season behind a big offensive line.

Jefferson, the Bears return a lot of talent and will once again be a big, strong, physical team. Jefferson will be capable of beating any team in the league.

Milan, the Big Reds simply reload every year. Veteran coach Steve Robb will have plenty of speed again this year and should be right in the thick of the league race.

SMCC, the Falcons backfield was hit hard by graduation but were probably the youngest team in the league last year. Look for the Catholics to reload and make another run to Ford Field.

Riverview, the Bucs improved steadily last year and appear poised to make a big jump this season. Look for Jeff Stergalas to have his team competing for a league title this year.

Obviously those are just some randon thoughts in alphabetical order.

Football Season on the Horizon

Well, we are just over three months away before the start of football practice in August. I will start writing a little more often and will try and get something up once or twice a week.

I'm still working on whether or not I will do a football website or just continue the blog. We'll see what happens over the next few months.

The Monroe County All Star game will be coming up soon. I will provide info on that in the coming weeks. The game includes six of the eight league schools so it is probably worth having some thoughts on.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Website Developer Wanted

In an attempt to expand the Huron League Football Blog, I am looking for an aspiring website developer who would be interested in turning the blog into a website.

I am preferably looking for someone who has a passion for the Huron League and would be willing to work along side of myself while making the Huron League Football website one of the best high school sports sites on the web

Please drop me an email if you have any desire to work on this project and if you have any experience developing a website.

Students are encouraged to apply and pay would be directly related to any revenue generated by the website.