Information received this morning places Willie Gillus, Jr. into role of Head Coach of the Southampton Indian football team. Gillus replaces Wes Griffith, who was released from his duties near the end of last season.
Coach Bryan Potts time has come. After seven years as an assistant coach at crosstown King’s Fork High School, including the last six years as a defensive coordinator, Potts has moved on to take the reins as Head Coach at Lakeland.
Tallwood High School was generous enough to share this advice, and it’s a great series of one liners that will help every parent and player through the recruiting process. It’s credited to Buckell Head Coach Joe Susan. Read and learn…
Dale Marks of Southampton Academy has a passion for football and a strong desire to win. That isn’t different from most coaches, nor should it be. What’s different about Coach Marks is what makes his talent pool as good as one from a school with 1500 students.
The offseason is here, and there are opportunities to train and progress outside of weight training. The Skills Academy at the Virginia Beach Field House launches on January 16, working with quarterbacks, receivers and athletes on mechanics and technique.
Chix Beach Gym has a Saturday tradition for the football offseason. The “Bigger, Faster, Stronger” program aims to build athletes through a program that emphasizes physical fitness and strength, plus good nutrition, goal setting, and a positive mental attitude.
Junior class football recruits, the season you just played was your greatest season to get noticed for college recruitment. Most college coaches are still working on recruiting current seniors, but the time for them to begin recruiting the Class of 2014 is right around the corner. Now is the time for you to get to work on setting yourself up for an active off season.
Western Branch Head Coach Greg Gibson focuses on themes while coaching, and one of his themes is on excellence. There’s so much content in his presentation on excellence that we’ve broken it up into five parts. Here’s the final installment. This time he defines excellence and talks about establishing consistency.
Senior class football recruits, you should know that its crunch time for getting your college commitment worked out. Most of the biggest schools have their recruiting classes already nailed down. They’re just putting in work over the next six weeks in order to make sure that their recruits stay committed.
Western Branch Head Coach Greg Gibson focuses on themes while coaching, and one of his themes is on excellence. There’s so much content in his presentation on excellence that we’re breaking it up into five parts. There’s a lot to cover. Here’s the fourth part. This time he covers the signs of achieving excellence.