Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Jamerson to UNH

Trinity High School's football program has sent another player into the Division I ranks. Jack Jamerson, a 6-5, 250-pound defensive tackle, accepted a full scholarship from the University of New Hampshire. Jamerson is the second Hillers' player to go to a Division I program. Nate Lojek accepted a scholarship to play at Robert Morris University.

The Hillers had three last season - Andrew Sweat (Ohio State), Mike Yancich (Penn State) and Brandon Weaver (Ohio University)- giving them five over the past two seasons.

12 comments:

coach99 said...

Too bad they can't win with that talent.....do you think maybe Dalton does not know what to do with it?
just a thought

Anonymous said...

Congratulations to Jack "Jenna" Jamerson. Quality kid, quality student, and quality football player. Good for you Jack.

Anonymous said...

All these "Big-time" players. No championhips. Hmmmmmm.....

varner_ch said...
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Anonymous said...

Sooner or later Dalton has to be questioned as to why he cannot win with all of the talented players he has. Think about it, 2007 season he had 5 D1 kids, including 3 LB's!!!

You would think the kids could call the plays themselves and do better than what King Edward has done.

voice of reason said...

Over and over, why can't we just say congratulations to the young men and let them have their "moment". Grow up!

Diddy said...

Two words.

Thomas Jefferson.


That is the reason Trinity will not win.

Question said...

Mike Kovak are you applying for the Ringgold football job?

Anonymous said...

Congratulations young men.
All these "Big-time" players. No championships. Hmmmmmmm.......

mike_kovak said...

I am not applying for the Ringgold job.

If college-bound players equaled championships at the high school level, Gateway and Woodland Hills would win the WPIAL almost every year.

Anonymous said...

Its wonderful that these kids are getting a chance to continue their athletic careers best of luck to all of them, and a question mike is there a site that list where all of the local football players are playing next year

mike_kovak said...

You can go to rivals.com or scout.com to see where every DI recruit in Pennsylvania or the nation is headed.