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"It is well deserved because each of them have worked hard since they were freshmen," Fremont coach Kevin Meyer said.
"The coaches liked what he did there," Meyer said. Meyer said the injury was unfortunate for Moore. "He has good size and strength and I like his agility," Meyer said. "He was playing pretty good football at defensive end and center," Meyer said. "Especially on the defensive side, he had really come into his own, but he got hurt against (Lincoln) Northeast. He wasn't able to come back at full speed, but he's fully recovered and doing well now." Meyer said Royuk is likely to redshirt his first season, but could eventually help the NCAA Division II Vikings on the defensive side. "He has a really good first step," Meyer said. "Evan had a great career and is one of our strongest players," Meyer said. "I think Will linebacker is where they want to play him," Meyer said about the Wildcats. "They showed a lot of interest in him from the get-go," Meyer said. Meyer said several other seniors on the FHS team are also considering playing at the collegiate level. "I think we'll have a few more go on to NAIA teams and that is a great level of football, too," he said. Fremont High School football coach Kevin Meyer, right, stands with three of his senior players following a signing day ceremony in the Al Bahe Gymnasium.
Fremont High School head football coach Kevin Meyer believes he won't be the only one connected with the Tigers that will benefit from his summer internship.
A resurgent football season by Gallatin led to nine All-Grand River Conference honors for the Bulldogs, who improved from 1-9 a year ago to 5-4 under new coach Kevin Meyer.
The Gallatin Bulldogs look to bounce back from a rough 2010 season under new head coach Kevin Meyer, a 27-year coaching veteran in Nebraska. New football coach Kevin Meyer worked with defensive linemen during the morning's early session. Helmets, shorts and jerseys are the order of business for the first two days of varsity football practice, says new head coach Kevin Meyer. On Thursday, May 19 at 6 pm., GHS Head Football Coach Kevin Meyer and the Gallatin Football Fan Club will host a team BBQ/informational meeting for all boys going out for high school football next year, and their parents. he fan club will provide meat, buns, and drinks. veryone is asked to bring a side dish or dessert and your own eating utensils. he meeting will be in the GHS commons area. Gallatin R-5 officials announced this week the hiring of Kevin Meyer, a longtime high school coach from Nebraska, as head varsity football coach for 2011-12.
"We couldn't run the ball outside on them," Tiger Coach Kevin Meyer said."We don't have the speed they have." Zac Rabe showed great poise and throwing accuracy in his second start for the Knights, throwing for all 125 of his passing yards and completing seven of eight passes in the first half.
Fremont High School football coach Kevin Meyer stood at midfield Friday night with a gash on the bridge of his nose and a smile across his face.
"It was a great headbutt," Meyer said. Meyer provided his team with a passionate pregame speech. "I was pretty fired up before the game at the school," Meyer said. On defense, Meyer shifted around personnel. "That's the big story," Meyer said. "In the past years, they killed us on the counter with us having two backers in the middle," Meyer said. "We did enough offensively tonight to move the chains and keep their offense off the field," Meyer said. "The kids deserve the credit," Meyer said.