The annual Ohio High Magazine Ohio High School Football Preview and Year in Review issue is NOW OUT! That’s right, subscribers can access it immediately! Can St. Igantius win title No. 11? Can anyone stop Alter? Is there a favorite in Division II? Who are the state’s top senior and junior prospects? All the answers are here…This is THE must have manual for EVERY OHIO HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL (AND SPORTS) FAN.
The annual Ohio High Magazine Ohio High School Football Preview
and Year in Review issue is NOW OUT! That’s right, subscribers can
access it immediately! Can St. Igantius win title No. 11? Can anyone
stop Alter? Is there a favorite in Division II? Who are the state’s top
senior and junior prospects? All the answers are here…
This is THE must have manual for EVERY OHIO HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FAN.
The annual hard copy magazine will be mailed out this week and retails at $9.95. The issue is also included in annual subscriptions to Ohio High Magazine, which cost just $19.95 a year ($2.21 per issue).
Ohio High’s annual High School Football Preview issue includes in-depth analysis and information on every division and region in the state, complete with team previews, players to watch and predictions on the upcoming high school football season. Every school in the state is listed.
There are also several player, conference, coach and program features, including but not limited to Lakota West senior Jordan Hicks (the state’s top prospect), the Midwest Athletic Conference and Cleveland St. Ignatius head coach Chuck Kyle.
Other football related pieces include an updated listing of Ohio’s top football prospects for the classes of 2010 and 2011, a report on the state’s biggest games for the upcoming season, a look back at last year’s state champions, Ohio football facts, figures and records, and a recap of Ohio’s top all-star events, including the Big 33 and North-South Classic.
In Addition, ALL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS FANS will be interested in the annual Year In Review section, which showcases – through articles and photos – all the state championships from the 2008-09 school year. Every sanctioned-OHSAA championship sport is revisited, including…Graham’s record-setting run to another wrestling state title, Columbus Northland’s narrow escape in the D-I boys basketball state final, St. Ignatius’s improbable state title sweep in boys soccer and football, South Euclid Regina and Cincinnati Mt. Notre Dame’s record-setting state titles in girls basketball and Central Ohio’s domination at the D-I state track meet.
Basketball fans, don’t fret – updated prospect lists for Ohio’s top boys players in the classes of 2010-2013 are included as well.
Did we mention this issue includes football?