Firelands Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 9 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Firelands Youth Flag Football Information

Who: Ages K-2nd Grade* Where: Varsity Practice Field Between FHS and FES When: 2PM Weekly – for 1 hour (30 mins drills & 30 minute games) Starting on August 19th for 8 weeks** Cost: $50 For more information contact: Bri Marsinick – (419) 366-7972 or cmarsinick@yahoo.com We are looking for volunteers to help run drills

Firelands big men lead the way in the trenches vs BHS

Firelands’ offensive linemen stepped off the team bus at Brookside in fresh white uniforms with a crisp red and black trim and number combo, but what they got back on the bus in was a brown mess with unseeable numbers and a Patriot Athletic Conference victory over Brookside, 31-0, on Sept. 30. While the grass

Defense leads the way to a 4-1 start

The Firelands Falcons football team has been able to bounce back from a week 1 loss to state ranked Edison by reeling off 4 straight wins.  The common theme during those victories has been defensive dominance.  During the past 4 games the Falcons have outscored their opponents 158-23, with the defense only giving up 17

Falcons move to 3-1 with 43-12 win over Clearview

The Falcon varsity football team was able to put another notch in the win column last night as they traveled to Clearview and left with a 43-12 victory over the Clippers. The Clippers were first to get on the board with a 75 yard punt return for a TD, but from there it was all

3 in a row for the Falcons

Coach Passerello and the Falcons were able to move to 2-1 on the year before they head into PAC conference play after defeating rival Vermilion on Friday night. Junior running back Nick Denney rushed for career-high 252 yards on 18 carries and a pair of touchdowns to lead the visiting Falcons to a 21-3 nonconference

Football gets win #1 with a 51-8 defeat of Brooklyn

The Friday night lights were bright for the Falcons this Friday as the visiting Brooklyn Hurricanes came to Firelands in a week 2 match-up of PAC teams.  The Falcons were able to put the game away early with a 37 point 1st quarter where all aspects of the team contributed as offense, defense and special