Tony Gotto head coach of the Barberton Magics football team discussed his team as they prepare for Week 4.
For today's edition of Camp Days we head to the Magic city of Barberton as we speak with Tony Gotto ahead of the 2017 football season.
The Magics made the playoffs in 2016 and Coach Gotto spoke about his expecations for the upcoming season. Our camp reports are brought to you by Northern Ohio Honda Dealers.
The Barberton Magics are back in the playoffs and will square off against Suburban League foe Aurora in the first round.
Tony Gotto, head coach of the Barberton football team spoke with Aaron Coleman earlier today ahead of their battle with the Greenmen.
Tony Gotto, the head coach of the Barberton Magics spoke with Sam Bourquin and Brad Russell as they broadcasted from the Iron Grill in Akron ahead of a great Week 9 in high school football.
The undfeated Barberton Magics will be taking on the Copley Indians to begin Suburban League play in Week 4 in the high school football season.
Head coach of the Magics Tony Gotto spoke with Sam Bourquin Wednesday afternoon.
You can hear the full interview of Coach Gotto here.
The Magics come in with a record of 3-0 and the Indians are 2-1 on the season.
After a 2-0 start to the season, the Barberton Magics are looking to beat their rival Cuyahoga Falls on the gridiron this Friday night to move to 3-0 on the young season.
Barberton head coach Tony Gotto spoke with our own Sam Bourquin on Tuesday to discuss the matchup.
Gotto says the team has been doing well defensively, keyed by players such as Cobie Booker and Keye Thompson, among others. The Black Tigers are 1-1 heading into their matchup with Barberton. You can catch the full interview with Tony Gotto below.
The high school football season is just weeks away and many teams are looking to improve off of last year's success and one of those teams that is looking to do just that is the Barberton Magics.
Tony Gotto spoke with me during Suburban League Media Day to talk about his squad, the tough Suburban League slate, and some of the key young men who will be playing under the lights for the Magics this year.
"We've had a great offseason and we're looking forward to the season," he said.
The Magics were 7-3 in 2015 and are continuing to build their program with tough kids who play disciplined football.