Coyote Football Family

Gary Crusha

Athletic Director & Head Football Coach

Darren Beaver

Assistant Coach

Joseph Utterback

Assistant Coach

Row 1: Tanner Newbrough, Kaison Berrey, Alex Green, Ethan Redington, Mackenzy Baladenski, Clayton Langrud

Row 2: Zion Sanders, Ross Ley, Ben Forrest, Aiden Forrest, Reese Barton, Taren McCluskey, Donald Jones

Row 3: Dalton Smith, Bryce Clerkin, Bryan Rustemeyer, Aaron White, Wade Mason, Jacob Brown,

Row 4: Faith Poirrier, Drew Williams, Leo Bounds, Kevin Lair, Owen Totten, Hannah Crist, Abigail Crist

Row 5: Darren Beaver, Gary Crusha, Joseph Utterback, Trace Windsor

Not Pictured: Colton Dougherty, Kyler Berrey, Adam McClain, Devin Miller, Collin Young

2019 Season Recap

Week 1 @ Harrisburg (W 28-18)

Week 2 V Salisbury (W 28-6)

Week 3 @ Scotland Co (L 54-26)

Week 4 V Knox County (L 14-12)

Week 5 @ Marceline (L 41-6)

Week 6 V Fayette (L 21-8)

Week 7 V Louisiana (W 50-28)

Week 8 V Schuyler County (W 47-0)

Week 9 @ Westran (W 22-0)

Week 10 V Harrisburg (L 30-24)

The Coyotes finished the 2019 season with a record of 5-5 which was an improvement from the previous three years. After starting off 2-4 the team rallied winning a big homecoming game in week 7 that doubled as the 50th anniversary of Paris Coyote Football. In week 8 the team beat Schuyler County on senior night. The team goal the last few years has been to host a playoff game by being in the top four out of eight teams in their district. The Coyotes accomplished that feat by going to Westran and beating the Hornets in week 9. A tough battle against Harrisburg came down to the final seconds but the Coyotes lost 30 to 24. The season was a great improvement from the last few years and the coaching staff could like to thank the players, their families, teachers, community, and every member of the Coyote Football Family for their support. The team is now focused on preparing for the 2020 season.

Practice hard. Play harder.

Former Coyote Briar Hancock & Coach Crusha

Football players having breakfast with elementary students.

Warbritton Field - Home of the Coyotes