Anna Miller & Ainsley SuttereSomethin Staff “We are really seeing more Jacket pride than ever,” said Mia Haschak. After a hiatus last year, football season festivities have come back stronger and more creative than ever. The unique list of themes that goes with both football season, and the traditional Maumee week has students talking. The student section of Jacket fans, better known as The Swarm, is trying new themes for football games this year like the Toga Out against Findlay,
Read about the preseason push to greatness for this Yellow Jacket Football team
Lucas Fiscus recaps the Jackets Win against Southview this season.
Perrysburg beat rival Maumee 49-21 on Oct. 30 to captured its second straight perfect regular season and third consecutive league title. Check out a slide show from the game by Chelsea Fisher.
Coach Matt Kregel and linebacker Chaz Westfall discuss upcoming season on BCSN’s Sports Nightly.
The Perrysburg football team fell to Avon 28-11 Friday night in a Division II state playoff game. Despite the loss, the Yellow Jackets finished the season with an impressive 8-3 overall record, and it was only the second time a Perrysburg football team has played in a state playoff game. >>Read the Blade’s game story >> Photo gallery from the game
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