RHS football tradition continues

| November 2, 2015

RHSWEST LAFAYETTE – Everyone in Coshocton County knows that the Ridgewood football program has a solid legacy of positive performance and winning tradition. The final practice before the last regular season game on Thursday evening, Oct. 29 is a part of that tradition and legacy. Following the practice as the Generals geared up for their final regular season game against rival Newcomerstown, Coach Slusser asked the seniors to speak a few words about their experience as a General. Seven seniors spoke and then Coach Slusser talked about the impact of the seniors on the program. Cheerleader Casey Varian also thanked everyone for their support. The seven seniors and Varian then linked arms for a traditional lap around the track to the applause of players, coaches, family and friends.

 

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