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The State of Football at Johnstown High

Postby theArchive » August 13th, 2019, 11:03 am

Hi everyone,

Long time reader, first time poster. I'm looking for info on this year's Trojan squad. 

Specifically, how has first coach Jordan changed things up this summer? I can't even find a write up in the Trib. Has the whole town lost it's pride? Saw they are still looking for varsity coaches as per the website this week

A 0-win season is unacceptable to say the least. I'm not trying to be an Altoona fan thinking we should win a state championship every year or fill Trojan Stadium to the brink each and every game, it's just really sad to see my alma mater in such shambles. 

Atleast we got the Ferndale "B" league coaching attitude out the door. 

Step two should be to instill some knowledge in the program of our storied history and community involvement. I know it will never like the glory years, but C'MON MAN

Two long time buddies of mine (also former players) arent going to games this season because they say they cant bear to watch this excuse for tackle football anymore. Football at JHS used to be a contact sport. We can't keep losing alumni support like this.


Sincerely,

A Concerned Trojan



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Re: The State of Football at Johnstown High

Postby Manfred » August 13th, 2019, 5:45 pm

Good luck with changing the current culture.  FWIW, it can happen anywhere.
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Re: The State of Football at Johnstown High

Postby Goldeneagles12 » August 13th, 2019, 6:12 pm

Great culture takes years to build. But it seems it can be destroyed a lot quicker.

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Re: The State of Football at Johnstown High

Postby SPORTSGURU814 » August 13th, 2019, 11:08 pm

IMO they made a terrible hire if you wanted to change the culture should brought fresh people in everyone on the staff is the same minus HC don’t look for any miracles at JHS I’ll be generous 2-8


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