High School Football America host Jeff Fisher talks “Small Ball” on this edition of the show. The three schools that are discussed on the show have a combined population of 5,300 residents.
The show begins with Jerry Cowan, head coach at Duchesne High School in Utah. Duchesne has won 45 straight games (fifth longest active streak in America) with three straight Class 1A titles.
Then Fisher takes you to Woodstock, Vermont where Ramsey Worrell discusses Woodstock High’s third straight Division III title that it won on November 9th.
The show wraps-up with Todd Dayton, Wyoming’s all-time leader in coaching victories. Dayton has been the head coach at Cokeville High School for 34 years, and his team is going after its 19th title during his reign this weekend against Lusk High School. Cokeville, which plays in Wyoming’s Class 1A – 11 Man classification, has a population of 500 residents.
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