Oregon State head football coach Gary Andersen announced Wednesday the addition of on the field graduate assistants for the 2015 season. Working on the offensive side of the ball will be Keegan Andersen and Brian Wozniak, while Cory Hall and former Beaver football student-athlete Andrew Seumalo will be on defense.
Wozniak was a four-year letterman tight end at Wisconsin, finishing his eligibility with the 2013 season. He played in 47 career games, starting 21. He signed a free agent contract with the Atlanta Falcons prior to the 2014 season. The Loveland, Ohio native graduated from UW with a bachelor's degree in agricultural and life sciences.
Junior Megan Tenhundfeld (Loveland, Ohio) maintained a 77.27 stroke average at Seton Hall through four tournaments this fall. Her best performance was a third place tie at the St. John's Invitational, a tournament the Pirates won as a team. Tenhundfeld shot a 9-over-par, 77-74-151. She also had an impressive 15th place tie at the highly competitive Yale Intercollegiate with a 13-over-par, 78-74-74-226.
Loveland, Ohio - On Tuesday, Jan. 27th when the Loveland Men basketball Tigers take on Turpin here at the Tiger Court for basketball, the world renown Firecrackers jump team will perform at halftime of the Varsity game that starts at 7:30 PM.
They were the underdogs- a group of unruly, girls from a small community in desperate need of change. She was a coach without a team, transferred to a struggling school on a mission to make a difference.
I am the cheer director for Loveland Youth Football (LYF). On February 7, from 10 AM until 11:30 AM, we will be having the kick off for football and cheer sign ups at Castle Skateland.
The cost is free to get in, but to rent skates will be $2.
LYF coaches will be available to answer any questions you may have and you can pick up the latest in Loveland Youth Spirit Wear and meet the Loveland High school football players
The LYF program has teams ranging from kindergarten to sixth grade. Our organization is made up of over 250 children and has more than 60 coaches between football and cheerleading. The home field for Loveland Youth Football is located behind Loveland High School, at 1 Tiger Trail, and is one of the finest grass football fields in the greater Cincinnati area.
LYF participates in the Community Youth Football League (CYFL) which is made up of 9 local communities representing over 65 youth football teams.
LYF is a proud member of USA Football. All of our football coaches have completed the Level 1 coaches certification for tackle football. With this certification our coaches recieve training in how to coach the heads up method of tackling to improve player safety.
Guiding the Bulldogs there was a strong combination of youth and experience, headlined by senior outside hitter Elena Lohr (Loveland, Ohio) and rookie sensation Natascha Scarff (Geneva, Switzerland).
Lohr – a senior captain and floor general for the Black and Gold – led the team with 334 kills, also serving up a side-best 29 aces while surpassing the 300-dig mark to finish second on the team with 2.66 per set. Lohr added 24 blocks with a .954 reception percentage while playing all the way around throughout the season. She led the Black and Gold with 15 double-doubles on the year.
Pantherfest, the annual extravaganza sponsored by the Little Miami Athletic Boosters, is scheduled for Feb. 7. The event runs from noon to 5 PM at Little Miami High School.
Pantherfest will again feature food, craft booths, and lots of local performers. A special performance by Ballet Tech of Ohio is sure to be a highlight, along with demonstrations by TNT Nitro, Premier Tumbling, Hill's Martial Arts, and ShowBiz Dance.