The Blues are looking forward to a full season with the coaching staff

Photo Bodd Ed Harbor Highland behind Cam Bottom (7) gave the ball to Junior Charlie None (1) and it looked like Cami Gisler (38) was about to close. The Blues hope that the partnership with Naples Fitness will help them build on their opponents in the weight class.

Three days after the end of the season, members of the Highland Blurds football team met at the Highland Field House on Monday morning for their first volunteer exercise.

Highland Disgusting Coordinator Hayden Spire He wrote on his Twitter account that 25 to 30 players were present. The coaching team knows that the team is in contact with competitors in the weight class. Head coach Bob Spirer When he took office in March, he said, the Blues were behind him and showed strong opposition.

Covington Catholic took advantage of that opportunity to win 38-8 in the first round of the 5A playoffs. The colonels will play again in the third round of the draw at Woodford County on Friday. They put 369 yards on the Bluebird, led by a high-back runner Reid Hummel At 154 yards with 18 carries and a touchdown, an average of eight to nine yards per carry and top quarter back. Preston Aggie At 144 yards with 21 carries and three touchdowns between six and seven yards.

Hayden Spire outlines goals for his players to become good high school football players. They weigh 215 to 225 pounds on a bench press, 315 on squats and 225 on power cleaners. But they want to see the Blues set big numbers to return to the final stage of the Champions League. That allows players to tread on college campuses and not miss anything.

“But this is a process.” Hayden Spir spoke. “This will not happen overnight. We may not even arrive this year. We will be here today.”

The Highland Blues’ basketball team partnered with Naples Fitness to hold the state championship for the first time in program history in April. Highland football head coach Bob Spirer Blueberries announced that they would do the same.

Bob Spir says there are many aspects to building the team out of competition. The biggest is team building. This is more than a sweet equation associated with morning exercise.

“The approach is really dynamic.” Bob Spir said. “That’s where you get to know each other. You trust each other. You can accurately analyze your strengths or weaknesses. What does it do, what does it feel like, what does their behavior look like.”

Bob Spirr said the Naples fitness setting will allow the Blues to acquire more high-tech equipment. He also said that Naples is training various athletes.

“In a year-round plan, you can hit the plateau. You can stop a little bit.” Bob Spir said. “You can get to know each other better in a humorous way. This gives them something new. They’re hearing different voices. They’re making different habits. I think diversity is very important.”

Bob Spir says the main goal of the season is to gain weight. He knows some of them need to be converted to quality weight for the season. There will not be much movement training during this season. Although Bob Spire Bluebirds says it will take 18 months to fully implement everything, the team will have a lot to do with the Naves exercise program.

The Blues have averaged 1,932 yards and 1,367 passes between 175 and 176 and averaged over 124 passes per game. As time went on, the Highlands struggled. That Cooper won the big 35-7 to end the regular season.

“We have to start doing those tricks in games.” He said. Carson Shelton, Highland High Defensive Player. “Coach Spir has done a good job, acknowledging that our big problem is still there.

The Blues have struggled with this year’s race. Putting 1,132 yards per game on an average of less than 103 this year. Junior Charlie None He led the way for 660 yards with 115 carriers and six touchdowns, carrying an average of between five and six yards. Finding Hayden Spire running back didn’t help them and it hurt. High school running game Cam Giesler He played a passing game.

“We couldn’t roll people off the ball properly.” Hayden Spir spoke. “A lot of it has to do with pure athletic strength. In athletics, I think we’re there with anyone.”

The Highlands will return some players next year. Includes teenagers Adam Bowman And Carson Schwalbach On the offensive line and junior TreVaughn Woods On the defensive line.

One thing we have to do is push the ball (better). We often push the defensive lines out of them. Bowman said. “But we kept going. That could work. But you wouldn’t get your four, five meters in a row in every game. If we put two, three meters back in each game, we would bring in a lot of yards. Our running game would be superior.”

According to Bob Spir, the schedule will be the same as in 2021, with a two-year contract for the second time playing on opposite sides. The Blues will play South Warren at the University of Western Kentucky at the Raffershell Bowl to open the season instead of bowling green. They play a different opponent than Cincinnati McNicolas.