Ravens RISE High School Coach & Game of a Week

November 5, 2014 - photo frame

Ravens RISE High School Coach Game of a Week

Bruce Strunk, varsity conduct football manager of a Howard (Ellicott City) Lions, has been named a Ravens High School Coach of a Week. Strunk is a ninth target of a respect in 2014.

Last Friday (10/31), Howard (9-0) warranted a dirty 7-0 feat over a long-lived Howard County energy River Hill (Clarksville) Hawks (7-2). With a measure unresolved during 0-0 entering a fourth quarter, Lions RB Najee Savage put his group on a house with a 9-yard touchdown run on a initial play of a final frame. While a descent conflict notched over 200 yards on a ground, it was Howard’s invulnerability that recorded a Lions’ win.

Recording a fourth shutout of a season, Howard’s defensive section hold a horde Hawks to underneath 100 yards of sum offense. On a year, a Lions have given adult a small 47 points in all 9 contests combined.

“We had 6 starters entrance behind from a invulnerability final season,” Strunk explained. “We have some really good players on that side of a ball, though they all play as a unit. They take caring of their responsibilities any day, and they picked a good time to play such a good diversion opposite a group with as most talent and is as well-coached as River Hill.”

The Lions horde a Long Reach (Columbia) Lightning this Friday (11/7) when they demeanour to explain a undisguised Howard County football championship.

Each week during a season, a Ravens respect a high propagandize manager who has done a poignant impact on his student-athletes. Each leader will be in assemblage during a Ravens-Jaguars home diversion on Dec. 14 for an event to be named a Ravens High School Coach of a Year. In addition, any manager receives a concession to a school’s football module and an endowment from conduct manager John Harbaugh.


In further to a Ravens Coach of a Week, a Baltimore Ravens and The Baltimore Sun continue to commend one internal high propagandize football diversion any week as their “Ravens RISE High School Game of a Week.” A preview of a diversion is featured in a paper and online any Friday, with a print gallery from a diversion posted following a matchup. (The Baltimore Sun hosts a check for fans and schools to opinion for their favorite game.) The selected matchup also receives a revisit to a diversion from a Ravens Cheerleaders and group mascot, Poe, and both participating schools are awarded a concession to their particular jaunty programs.

This week, a Gilman (Baltimore) Greyhounds horde a McDonogh (Owings Mills) Eagles for a 2 p.m. kickoff on Saturday (11/8). In a 99th assembly of a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association “A Conference” rivals, a Greyhounds (8-2) demeanour to revenge a 37-6 detriment during a hands of a Eagles (6-3) final season.

These initiatives are only a square of a Ravens’ football overdo program, Ravens RISE. With programs for all football players in Maryland, from girl to high school, Ravens RISE provides an event to “Play Like A Raven” all year prolonged by clinics, tournaments, grants, sheet donations, and disdainful opportunities to play during MT Bank Stadium and correlate with Ravens players and coaches. To learn some-more about Ravens RISE, go to www.BaltimoreRavens.com/RISE.

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