4th grade Falcons to play for title Saturday


The Clinton-Massie fourth grade football team will play for its league championship 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Monroe High School. The young Falcons will face Brookville in the title game. Clinton-Massie has a 9-1 record this season and has outscored its opponents 362 to 32. The only regular season loss came against Bellbrook, a team they defeated last week in the tournament. In the photo, from left to right, front row, Eli Sheeley, Ty “Curly” Martin, Luke Myers, Corey Frisch, Greg Goings Jr., Carter Fouch, Ryan Anderson, Micah Ruther; middle row, Cobe Euton, Elias “Chipper” Robinett, Kaiden Smith, Conner Musser, Christopher Back, Peyton Warren, Wesley “Crazy Legs” Blankenship, Elijah Allen, Quin McCoy, Cooper Fouch, Terrell Brooks; back row, coach Tony Anderson, head coach Aaron Clutter, coach Jason Frisch, coach Tracey Euton, coach Greg Goings Sr., team mom Amanda Musser, coach Justin Phipps, coach Hilma Crawford.

The Clinton-Massie fourth grade football team will play for its league championship 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Monroe High School. The young Falcons will face Brookville in the title game. Clinton-Massie has a 9-1 record this season and has outscored its opponents 362 to 32. The only regular season loss came against Bellbrook, a team they defeated last week in the tournament. In the photo, from left to right, front row, Eli Sheeley, Ty “Curly” Martin, Luke Myers, Corey Frisch, Greg Goings Jr., Carter Fouch, Ryan Anderson, Micah Ruther; middle row, Cobe Euton, Elias “Chipper” Robinett, Kaiden Smith, Conner Musser, Christopher Back, Peyton Warren, Wesley “Crazy Legs” Blankenship, Elijah Allen, Quin McCoy, Cooper Fouch, Terrell Brooks; back row, coach Tony Anderson, head coach Aaron Clutter, coach Jason Frisch, coach Tracey Euton, coach Greg Goings Sr., team mom Amanda Musser, coach Justin Phipps, coach Hilma Crawford.


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The Clinton-Massie fourth grade football team will play for its league championship 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Monroe High School. The young Falcons will face Brookville in the title game. Clinton-Massie has a 9-1 record this season and has outscored its opponents 362 to 32. The only regular season loss came against Bellbrook, a team they defeated last week in the tournament. In the photo, from left to right, front row, Eli Sheeley, Ty “Curly” Martin, Luke Myers, Corey Frisch, Greg Goings Jr., Carter Fouch, Ryan Anderson, Micah Ruther; middle row, Cobe Euton, Elias “Chipper” Robinett, Kaiden Smith, Conner Musser, Christopher Back, Peyton Warren, Wesley “Crazy Legs” Blankenship, Elijah Allen, Quin McCoy, Cooper Fouch, Terrell Brooks; back row, coach Tony Anderson, head coach Aaron Clutter, coach Jason Frisch, coach Tracey Euton, coach Greg Goings Sr., team mom Amanda Musser, coach Justin Phipps, coach Hilma Crawford.

The Clinton-Massie fourth grade football team will play for its league championship 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Monroe High School. The young Falcons will face Brookville in the title game. Clinton-Massie has a 9-1 record this season and has outscored its opponents 362 to 32. The only regular season loss came against Bellbrook, a team they defeated last week in the tournament. In the photo, from left to right, front row, Eli Sheeley, Ty “Curly” Martin, Luke Myers, Corey Frisch, Greg Goings Jr., Carter Fouch, Ryan Anderson, Micah Ruther; middle row, Cobe Euton, Elias “Chipper” Robinett, Kaiden Smith, Conner Musser, Christopher Back, Peyton Warren, Wesley “Crazy Legs” Blankenship, Elijah Allen, Quin McCoy, Cooper Fouch, Terrell Brooks; back row, coach Tony Anderson, head coach Aaron Clutter, coach Jason Frisch, coach Tracey Euton, coach Greg Goings Sr., team mom Amanda Musser, coach Justin Phipps, coach Hilma Crawford.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2018/10/web1_FB_cm4thgrade.jpgThe Clinton-Massie fourth grade football team will play for its league championship 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Monroe High School. The young Falcons will face Brookville in the title game. Clinton-Massie has a 9-1 record this season and has outscored its opponents 362 to 32. The only regular season loss came against Bellbrook, a team they defeated last week in the tournament. In the photo, from left to right, front row, Eli Sheeley, Ty “Curly” Martin, Luke Myers, Corey Frisch, Greg Goings Jr., Carter Fouch, Ryan Anderson, Micah Ruther; middle row, Cobe Euton, Elias “Chipper” Robinett, Kaiden Smith, Conner Musser, Christopher Back, Peyton Warren, Wesley “Crazy Legs” Blankenship, Elijah Allen, Quin McCoy, Cooper Fouch, Terrell Brooks; back row, coach Tony Anderson, head coach Aaron Clutter, coach Jason Frisch, coach Tracey Euton, coach Greg Goings Sr., team mom Amanda Musser, coach Justin Phipps, coach Hilma Crawford. Courtesy Photo