Our in-depth look at high school football in the region.
Cover story: The sequel plays out
2014 Predictions: Things you can count on
Players to watch: Keep an eye on these 10
Ada: Bulldogs going with a freshman quarterback.
Allen East: Mustangs counting on veteran offensive line.
Anna: Experienced Rockets optimistic in MAC.
Bath: Experienced backfield gives Wildcats confidence.
Bluffton: Eight returning starters and a first-year coach.
Celina: Quarterback Caleb Hoyng threw for 1,631 yards last year.
Coldwater: Cavaliers looking for a third straight state title.
Columbus Grove: Bulldogs looking for improvement.
Cory-Rawson: Hornets have 12 returning starters.
Crestview: Lots of returning starters creating optimism.
Defiance: Some big shoes to fill in the passing game.
Delphos Jefferson: New coach, new skill players for Wildcats.
Delphos St. John's: Blue Jays changing to a spread offense.
Elida: Bulldogs have 10 returning starters.
Fort Recovery: Indians hope experience leads to more wins.
Hardin Northern: Polar Bears return to a varsity schedule.
Indian Lake: Lakers want to run the ball, limit mistakes.
Kenton: Big changes, but Wildcats still one of WBL's best teams.
Leipsic: Jordan Chamberlin going for another 1,000-yard season.
Lima Central Catholic: New coach, new offense for Thunderbirds.
Lima Senior: Spartans ready to take another big step.
Marion Local: Flyers looking for four state titles in a row.
Minster: Offense looks like it could be a strength.
New Bremen: Cardinals trying to strengthen program.
Ottawa-Glandorf: Titans looking for return to the playoffs.
Pandora-Gilboa: Rockets have a new head coach.
Parkway: Panthers want to build up running game.
Paulding: Panthers hope two wins last year just a start.
Perry: Improvement on the lines could be a key.
Shawnee: Indians have 12 starters returning.
Spencerville: Bearcats have veterans on both sides of the ball.
St. Henry: Redskins ended last year with three straight wins.
St. Marys: Roughriders' last win came during 2011 season.
Upper Scioto Valley: Numbers are up but graduation hit Rams hard.
Van Wert: Cougars hope young players have matured.
Versailles: Tigers inexperienced at skill positions.
Wapakoneta: Redskins want to keep a good thing going.
Waynesfield-Goshen: Young Tigers look for more after tough 2013.
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