Mohawk haircuts signify one thing — it’s time to play Maumee By HANNAH WEIKER STAFF WRITER It is not a usual haircut we are used to seeing at Perrysburg High School, but it is popping up everywhere — the mohawk. Football players have traded in their normal haircuts for this new style. Mohawks on football players at the end of a season can only mean one thing, it Maumee time! Getting Mohawks is just one of the many traditions Perrysburg
Perrysburg cruises to 63-7 win over Bowling Green By HANNAH WEIKER STAFF WRITER For Friday night’s game, Jacket fans replaced their usual black and gold for different shades of pink. Even the football player’s wore pink socks for the special event. It was breast cancer awareness night at Steinecker Stadium. This is the second year in a row that Perrysburg High School has teamed up with the Spielman classic and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes to promote this important cause.
By HANNAH WEIKER STAFF WRITER In August, while most high school students were lying by the pool or sleeping in the Perrysburg High School’s football team was hard at work. The motto for the year — Win The Day — was laid before them. These three simple words have much meaning behind them. “We were taught at the beginning of the year to focus on what is right in front of us,” said senior wide receiver Jimmy Reddick. “Leaving each day