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Next Level Redmen: Six Redmen from the Class of 2018 Commit to Playing Their Sport at the “Next Level”

At our annual College Signing Ceremony, Six Redmen from the class of 2018 declared their commitment to play their sport in college next year.  They are: Emily Martuch-Soccer, Franciscan University Kaitlyn Chavez, Soccer, Hiram College Sam Utterback, Swimming, Ursuline College Justin Edwards-Track/Cross-Country, Huntington University (Indiana) Lindsay Humbel-Basketball, West Liberty University (West Virginia) Dylan Herb-Football, University

When Championships Are Won!

It is cliche perhaps, but also true. Championships are not won during the season, they are won in the offseason, in the weight room, and in practice. This is the time when strength, agility, and speed are developed. It is the time when players become a team, when unbreakable bonds of brotherhood and sisterhood are

Parma Redmen Football Team Hits the Weight Room

Attention all football players and those that might be interested in playing next year.  The Parma Redmen are lifting every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3:00 -4:30.  We lift until 4 and then Coach Poyser does his special sessions of speed and agility until 4:30.   See Coach Lasley for details.  

20 Year Coaching Veteran Dean Lasley to lead the Redmen Football Program

The Parma Redmen Athletic Department announces the hiring of Dean Lasley as Head Varsity Football Coach.  Lasley, a 20 year social studies teacher at PSH, has been on the Redmen Football staff for 18 years including a 2-year stint as head coach.  He has served in various other roles as well, including Defensive Coordinator, Special

Redmen Football Player Mark Post named GLC Offensive Player of the Year

Mark had an outstanding senior season. Mark had 1,009 yards rushing and added 9 TD’s while only competing in 8 games. Mark averaged 6.55 yards per carry. Mark was not limited to playing running back. He also took nearly 40% of the snaps at Quarterback this season. Mark had many outstanding games including his 170-