just one thing to say to genoa...11-1
I just want to add a couple things, first to the coaches and players, I couldn't be prouder of all of you. You are carrying on the awesome tradition of the Riders and it is my hope and prayer you make it all the way. I've been there twice and gang, there is nothing like it.To the gang that makes up this awesome site, thanks, I enjoy it'Joe "Icebox" Rice
Man is it great to be a Red Rider
Joe,Thanks for the comments, the town is buzzing again about the Riders. It feels like the "old days."Crowd was loud and proud.....Rider fans know when it's time to show up.PS - the "gang" that runs this site is a gang of one (I could use a staff though). For what it's worth, you were my line coach in 7th grade. I think I even wore #76(me and Tommy Troyer got confused a alot if that helps jog your memory).
I remember you both, and let me say, that was one of my favorite groups to coach. Keep up the good work, its a great site.
so hard to come off the cloud...So many contributors the other night. Players, coaches, band, cheerleaders, crowd...it felt very very very good walking out of that stadium Saturday night. Now our boys need to set their sights on the Blue and Gold Titans....well that should be pretty easy. Those colors and that mascot have been in our sights for years!
Don't forget the spirits of the '86 Final Four Wooster Generals I brought along to the game. I cheered for the Riders loud and proud. The best is yet to come!CCRolly
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