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Fairfield football preview


Coach Jason Krause is in his third season at Fairfield. And in his words, it’s time to turn the program around.

High School: Fairfield

Division this season: I

Division last season: I

Region: 2

League/conference: GMC

Head coach: Jason Krause – third season – 91-82 career record.

Assistant coaches: Don Flint, Joel Hippert, Bernard Caldwell, Michael Chaksfield, Mike Lathan, David Slamer, Scott Stroschen, Mike Weiler, Landon Johnson, Terell Davis, Rico Epps.

2012 record: 0-7 GMC; 2-8 overall.

5 key returners:

Danny Burns 6-7, 320, sr., T

Robert Behanan 6-5, 285, sr., G

Tony Stephens 6-2, 250, sr., DL

Zach Hubbard 5-11, 185, sr., S

Tyron Harper 5-7, 165, sr., WR

Key newcomers:

Jason Graves 5-9, 195, jr., S

Eli Scott 5-9, 215, jr., LB

Patrick Thompkins 5-10, 165, sr., WR

Coaches comments: Going into my third season – we have established two great off seasons. We are bigger, faster, stronger. We turn the corner as a program this year.

Schedule:

8/30/2013 7:30 PM BEAVERCREEK

9/6/2013 7:30 PM @ GAHANNA LINCOLN

9/13/2013 7:30 PM WALNUT HILLS

9/20/2013 7:30 PM PRINCETON

9/27/2013 7:30 PM @ OAK HILLS

10/4/2013 7:30 PM MIDDLETOWN

10/11/2013 7:30 PM @ LAKOTA WEST

10/18/2013 7:30 PM SYCAMORE

10/25/2013 7:30 PM @ MASON

11/1/2013 7:30 PM @ HAMILTON


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