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Atlee Head Coach

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"I didn't see the kick," Atlee ..., 17 Oct 2013 [cached]
"I didn't see the kick," Atlee head coach Roscoe Johnson said after the game. "I think everybody had their head down, they were praying, I literally was looking at the stands at the fans. Once the fans started jumping up and down I figured we made it and I took off running."
It was a night where Johnson emphasized that his team won in all three phases of the game: offense, defense, and special teams.
"In order to beat this great team, we had to win all three phases," Johnson noted.
"Coach [defensive coordinator Richard] ..., 10 Oct 2013 [cached]
"Coach [defensive coordinator Richard] McFee took our defense back to fundamentals, he's preached fundamentals all season," Atlee head coach Roscoe Johnson said.
Last year we were up 32-20 with six minutes left and it wasn't enough," Johnson said.
"Lamont Stubbs was ready to play tonight," Johnson said.
"When it comes to injuries, as ..., 4 Oct 2013 [cached]
"When it comes to injuries, as a coaching staff, we have a mindset that we don't let it get to us," said Atlee head coach Roscoe Johnson. "We continue to do what we do. We say 'next man up.' Everybody is prepared down to the last man on the bench."
Johnson credits his offensive coordinator, Claude Hataway Jr., for reminding players and coaches alike that "the little things" are the difference between a "W" and an "L" on Friday night.
"What makes Hanover so good is that they play as one unit," Johnson noted. "It's not just one kid you're going against. They have all bought into the tradition that the Hanover Hawks have, and that's a scary thing."
But Johnson is confident his Raiders will be even-keeled and ready come kickoff.
"We understand that, come Friday night, they're going to come after us, we're going to have to go after them," he said.
"Our coaching staff tells the kids ..., 18 Sept 2013 [cached]
"Our coaching staff tells the kids we have to win the turnover game every Friday night," Atlee head coach Roscoe Johnson said.
Were there adjustments made by Johnson in the locker room?
"We just told the kids to buckle their chin straps and be ready for a dog fight. I told them at halftime that Patrick Henry wasn't going to just lay down, so we needed to take it," Johnson noted.
They've been through a lot together," Johnson said.
When Roscoe Johnson became ..., 30 Aug 2012 [cached]
When Roscoe Johnson became head coach of the Atlee Raiders football team in 2007, his first priority was to bring discipline and a team philosophy to the campus. Now entering his sixth season at the helm, it's easy to see just how well he has succeeded.
"When you have that many, you can search and pick out the best," Johnson said during a recent Raider practice session. He also relentlessly preaches that the constant rotation of players due to graduation is not an excuse for anything.
That line is experienced, big, and understands the program, according to Johnson, emphasizing the players have been in the same offense since their eighth grade playing days at Chickahominy Middle School.
Johnson singled out Montedoro, praising his off-season work ethic, saying, "He really wants to be the main man" this season.
Plus, it's really fun to play with the same kids you did at lower levels," Burriss said, referencing the systems Johnson put in place from eighth through 12th grades upon his arrival in 2007.
Atlee was wise to stick with Johnson, who went 5-15 in his first two seasons but is 20-12 since then.
One visit to a Raider practice, and one trip to a Raider home game this fall, will prove that Coach Johnson had succeeded greatly in creating the foundation, atmosphere, and mentality necessary for a winning program.
When Roscoe Johnson became head coach of the Atlee Raiders football team
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