Thursday, September 01, 2011

Colerain (OH) & Pittsburgh Central Catholic (PA) Football Coaches on Tonight's High School Football America Radio Show

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

Pennsylvania and Ohio have been playing a great brand of football for years, tonight I'll be joined by two of the top head coaches from each state on the High School Football America radio show at 7PM EDT.

Tom Bolden of Colerain , whose team snapped Cocoa's (Florida) 38-game win streak before a national television audience on ESPN,  and Terry Totten of Pittsburgh Central Catholic, whose team opens the regular season with showdown on ESPN this Sunday, will join me to talk about their programs.

Colerain opened it 2011 season with a 17-7 win on Sunday, currently owns a 60-game home win streak.  The Cardinals did it with a strong defense that has seven starters back from last year's team.

Totten's Vikings open the season ranked #1 in Pennsylvania's biggest classification 4A.  On Sunday, Central Catholic will square-off with Archbishop Wood from Philadelphia on ESPN2.  Wood, ranked #1 in Class 3A, has six Division I recruits.

Also on tonight's show will be photographer Morgan Tyree, who's new book Temples...Where The Game is Played is a must read for high school football fans that love small town high school football.  Tyree has captured awesome scenes from Six and Eight-Man football in Montana and Wyoming.

Click here to listen to High School Football America LIVE tonight starting at 7PM EDT.

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