Billies back on the gridiron


The Man High School football team was the first Logan County grid squad to hit the practice field on Monday morning at Man’s George A. Queen Memorial Field. It was the first day of practice for prep football teams in West Virginia. Chapmanville Regional held its first practice on Monday at 12:01 a.m. with Midnight Madness at Tiger stadium. The Tigers and the Logan Wildcats were scheduled to have evening practices on Monday.


Man’s Dustin McCoy carries the ball during a drill.


The Billies’ Jake Frye runs with the ball.


Man’s Seth Chapman packs the pigskin.


Man’s Tyler Blair gets a drink of water during a break at practice on Monday. The Hillbillies open the season Aug. 25 on a Thursday night at Logan. Chapmanville opens Aug. 26 at Sissonville.


The Man High School football team was the first Logan County grid squad to hit the practice field on Monday morning at Man’s George A. Queen Memorial Field. It was the first day of practice for prep football teams in West Virginia. Chapmanville Regional held its first practice on Monday at 12:01 a.m. with Midnight Madness at Tiger stadium. The Tigers and the Logan Wildcats were scheduled to have evening practices on Monday.

Man’s Dustin McCoy carries the ball during a drill.

The Billies’ Jake Frye runs with the ball.

Man’s Seth Chapman packs the pigskin.

Man’s Tyler Blair gets a drink of water during a break at practice on Monday. The Hillbillies open the season Aug. 25 on a Thursday night at Logan. Chapmanville opens Aug. 26 at Sissonville.

The Man High School football team was the first Logan County grid squad to hit the practice field on Monday morning at Man’s George A. Queen Memorial Field. It was the first day of practice for prep football teams in West Virginia. Chapmanville Regional held its first practice on Monday at 12:01 a.m. with Midnight Madness at Tiger stadium. The Tigers and the Logan Wildcats were scheduled to have evening practices on Monday.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Tuesday-Man-football-drills-MHS2-CMYK.jpgThe Man High School football team was the first Logan County grid squad to hit the practice field on Monday morning at Man’s George A. Queen Memorial Field. It was the first day of practice for prep football teams in West Virginia. Chapmanville Regional held its first practice on Monday at 12:01 a.m. with Midnight Madness at Tiger stadium. The Tigers and the Logan Wildcats were scheduled to have evening practices on Monday.

Man’s Dustin McCoy carries the ball during a drill.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Tuesday-Man-football-Dustin-McCoy-CMYK.jpgMan’s Dustin McCoy carries the ball during a drill.

The Billies’ Jake Frye runs with the ball.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Tuesday-Man-football-Jake-Frye-CMYK.jpgThe Billies’ Jake Frye runs with the ball.

Man’s Seth Chapman packs the pigskin.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Tuesday-Man-football-Seth-Chapman-CMYK.jpgMan’s Seth Chapman packs the pigskin.

Man’s Tyler Blair gets a drink of water during a break at practice on Monday. The Hillbillies open the season Aug. 25 on a Thursday night at Logan. Chapmanville opens Aug. 26 at Sissonville.
http://loganbanner.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_Tuesday-Man-football-Tyler-Blair-CMYK.jpgMan’s Tyler Blair gets a drink of water during a break at practice on Monday. The Hillbillies open the season Aug. 25 on a Thursday night at Logan. Chapmanville opens Aug. 26 at Sissonville.
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