Dan DeGeorge of Lake HS joined the Friday Prep Rally to talk about their matchup with Copley tonight in Week #3.
Scott Chouinard of Copley also joined to talk about their side of things as well.
The Copley Indians are the subject of today's high school football Camp Report!
Coach Scott Chouinard joined 1590 WAKR to talk about the upcoming season and the joy of helping mold young men on and off the field.
Players Devin Prude and Tyler Lenke also joined us to go "Under The Helmet with us!
The Indians open up the season against Twinsburg out of the Suburban League, a league Copley has been in for many seasons.
Mark Dente, head coach of the Copley Indians spoke with Sam and Brad to talk about their upcoming matchup with Solon on Saturday.
Sam and Brad spoke with Mark Dente of Copley to talk about the upset win over Hoban and their upcoming game with Jackson on Wednesday at 6:15pm in Cleveland.
Our first trip to the Suburban League takes us to Copley where we catch up with Scott Chouinard of the Indians.
The Indians finished 8-3 in 2016 and are looking to get even better in 2017.
Tomorrow we head to Revere and catch up with Mike Murphey and the Minutemen. Camp reports are sponsored by Northern Ohio Honda Dealers.
Copley head basketball coach Mark Dente spoke with Sam and Brad Friday to talk about his undefeated squad taking on Highland tonight.
Coach Dente also talked about the tournament drawings as well.
For the full interview, click here.
Coming off a big win over Barberton in Week 4, the Copley Indians are ready to face rival Revere in the Battle for the Bell this week.
Indians head coach Scott Chouinard says this game is a rivalry that runs deep and is important for the entire Copley community.
Copley is 3-1 heading into the game with the Minutemen, who are also 3-1 on the season.
For the full interview with Coach Chouinard, click here.
District semifinals are approaching and the undefeated Copley Indians will be preparing to face the Lake Blue Streaks on Thursday.
Mark Dente the head coach of the Indians joined the Sam Bourquin Show Tuesday to talk about Tom McBride's team and what the young men can expect from the Blue Streaks in a couple of days.
"It's a tough district semifinal, no doubt about it," says Dente. "It's going to be a contrast of styles, they're trying to slow the game down, we're trying to speed the game up, so we'll see what happens."
Copley (23-0) feels like they will have to keep Lake in the low 60's in order to have a chance to win at the end, and even though they are undersized, they will get after it with anybody.
Dente says he knows his young men are excited to lace em' up and bring their 'A' game against the Blue Streaks.
"They don't feel pressure, they just want to go out and just keep winning," he says.
The Copley Indians are now 22-0 on the season after their defeat of Green last weekend, a big boost for his squad as they head into the playoffs.
Mark Dente, the head coach of the Copley Indians' boys basketball team joined the Sam Bourquin Show Monday to talk about the season, preparing for the playoffs, and the special group of young men who made this season special.
"It was definitely pretty exciting," said Dente. "I mean obivously it's something you dream about, but don't ever expect to have happen."
He said it was special to be able to get the seniors a standing ovation as they walked off the court, and that by beating Green, who is a tough opponent, served as an exciting conclusion to a special regular season for the Indians.
Dente said the home crowds at Copley have been great and he appreciates the support of the community and the student body throughout this season. The Indians have East coming up Wednesday, and he knows they're going to get the Dragons' best effort.
He says that the kids have done a great job handling their business on the court, and that they are prepared for tournament play.
"I sense that this (22-0) is not enough for them, and I know they're going to be ready for the tournament."