WMFD TV

Search Archive WMFD.com News

www.wmfd.com - Minutemen start 2014 with new head coach. }}" />

   
 
 
Gerhardt In Charge At Lex

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
  Email Story to Friend
   
  Original Published: 8/6/2014

After a rough 2013 that saw the Lexington football team finish at 1-9, the Minutemen have opened up preseason August drills under new head coach Taylor Gerhardt. For Gerhardt, he says his biggest concern as he gets started with his first season is the teams youth. He also adds that his squad must make the most of the time they have leading up to week one against rival Ontario, a team they lost to in last season's opener in OT 44-43.

Senior fullback and linebacker Ryan Cooper adds that his club's seniors must show intensity and lead by example showing the younger players leadership and at the same time not separating themselves from the rest of the squad. Lex will be looking stop an eight game skid when they open on Friday, August 29th.

   
  MORE RECENT NEWS
 
Image1 A Medina County man convicted of pandering child pornography has been sentenced to 28 years in prison. Full Story
Image1 As shoppers prepare to take advantage of deals around Thanksgiving and into the holiday shopping season, Attorney General Mike DeWine is encouraging Ohioans to remember their consumer rights. Full Story
 
Image1 Ontario Police are ready for another Black Friday and Christmas shopping season, and the heavy traffic and potential for crime they bring. Full Story
Image1 The Mansfield Noon Optimist Club gets a Washington update Wednesday from a special guest. Full Story
  MORE NEWS
 

Congressman Gibbs Speaks To Mansfield Noon Optimist Club

Meth Lab Found In Lucas Home, Two Arrested

Friendly House receives donation from Richland Bank

Marvin Memorial Library Seeks Levy

Cleveland Browns star safety coming to Ashland

Galion senior marching in Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade

Post offices closed on Thanksgiving

Two Men Charged In Attempted Prison Drug Conveyance

Dowds Elementary Students Grocery Shop For Shelby Helpline

Sugargrove Tree Farm Owner Going To White House

Shelby School Board OK's Pay Hike For Substitute Teachers

Tornado Siren Testing Wednesday

Displaced Stimens Apartment Residents Receiving Donations

Famous Family Psychologist Visits Mansfield

Man arrested after burglary investigation leads to chase

High Wind WARNING

More News