Hoover High will not have varsity football next school year

ACTIVE WEEK NEXT WEEK IN THE STORM AMTE 8 FORECAST. STACEY: ONE DES MOINES HIGH SCHOOL WON’T FIND A FOOTBALL TEAM NEXT YEAR. SPORTS DIRECTOR SCOTT REISTER JOINS WHY THERE ARE NO GAMES AT HOOVER. SCOTT R.: THEY HAVE NO ENGLISH PLAYERS TO SAFELY FIND A TEAM, SO THE DECISION HAS BEEN MADE THE HUSKIES WON’T DO IT. TWO YEARS AGO THEY HAVE ONLY ONE GAME DUE TO COVID. THE NUMBERS WERE VERY LOW THAT THEY DON’T HAVE THE EIGHTH RANK TEAM. THIS YEAR THEY HAVE NO FIRST OR TWO TE.AM . THEY HAD ONLY 40 PLAYERS FOR GRADE 9-12, COMPARED TO PRIMARY SCHOOLS AROUND THE RANGE OF 150-200 PLAYERS. THE SCHOOL HOPES TO BUILD THE MIDDLE SCHOOL PROGRAM AND TO COME BACK WHEN THE TIMES ARE RIGHT. CURRENT PLAYERS WHO WANT TO CONTINUE WILL ALL JOIN ANOTHER METRO SCHOOL AS PART OF A PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT, WHICH HAS NOT BEEN WORKED OUT. HOOVER ALREADY COMBINES WITH NORTH FOR WRESTLING. HOOVER’S COACH FOR THE LAST TWO YEARS, TYRONE TYLER, HAS BEEN CALLED EAST

Hoover High School Won’t Have Varsity Football Next School Year, Calls Low Numbers

Hoover High School will not have a varsity football team next year. The school made this decision because of a low player count. Hoover High School tells KCCI Sports Director Scott Reiser that the school will enter into a partnership agreement with another metro school that will allow Hoover players to still play. Last year, the entire football program, grades 9-12, had less than 40 players. Meetings are underway to decide which subway school Hoover players will be able to play for. On Wednesday, last year’s Hoover football coach, Tyrone Tyler, was introduced as East High The school’s new football coach.

Hoover High School will not have a varsity football team next year. The school made this decision due to a low player count.

Hoover High School tells KCCI Sports Director Scott Reiser that the school will enter into a partnership agreement with another metro school that will allow Hoover players to still play.

Last year, the entire football program, grades 9-12, had fewer than 40 players.

Meetings are underway to decide which subway school Hoover players can play for.

On Wednesday, last year’s Hoover football coach, Tyrone Tyler, was introduced as East High School’s new football coach.

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