JJHuddle’s Ohio High introduces Second Stringers program

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JJhuddle.com and Ohio High’s Second Stringers program

Have you ever aspired to be a sports writer? Are you a member of your
high school newspaper staff? Do you want to publish an article on one
of your school’s athletes online? Is there an upcoming game with a
rival school you want to discuss? Or cover?

If you said yes to any of those questions, JJHuddle.com is happy to provide you an opportunity to display your work.


Have you ever aspired to be a sports writer? Are you a member of your
high school newspaper staff? Do you want to publish an article on one of your school’s athletes online? Is there an upcoming game with a rival school you want to discuss? Or cover?

If you said yes to any of those questions, JJHuddle.com is happy to provide you an opportunity to display your work. Starting this school year we are introducing our new “Second Stringers” program. Second Stringers will be an outlet for high school writers to produce, submit and publish their own articles online.

A new forum has been set up on JJHuddle.com where high school writers can upload their articles. We’re looking for anything: game stories, features, columns, previews, etc. You want to write it, we want to read it.

The editorial staff of JJHuddle.com will also read the entries and post the best ones on the JJHuddle.com homepage. Those select writers whose work is chosen to appear on the main page will receive a certificate of recognition from JJHuddle.com. The certificate will serve as an award but also as a pat on the back for a job well done.

There is no limit as to the amount of stories you may submit. Nor is there a word count limitation. You must however include your name, school and graduating class.

At JJHuddle.com we take pride in promoting Ohio’s high school athletes. Now we take the same pleasure in promoting Ohio’s aspiring sports writers.

Game on. Or rather Write On.

Here is a sample of what we’re looking for:

Alter’s Borland makes decision early, verbals to Wisconsin

Alter poised for another solid season, run at state

Troy looking to regain winning form

Springfield ready for first football season in 49 years

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