Crestwood Boys Junior Varsity Football

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5th Annual Crestwood Athletics Mattress Sale Saturday, April 14th

This Saturday, April 14th from 10:00-5:00 is the 5th Annual Mattress Sale to benefit Crestwood Athletic’s Baseball & Football Programs! Custom Fundraising Solutions will use the cafeteria as their showroom and will have name brand mattresses, pillows and other bedding for sale. They will accept credit cards and also have layaway available. All mattresses sold, a portion

Red Devil Nation salutes October “Student-Athletes of the Month”

The Crestwood Athletic Department is happy & proud to recognize the following fall student-athletes who were nominated by their coaches as October “Student-Athletes of the Week.” These student-athletes were recognized along with the October Students of the Month at a luncheon this week during school. Volleyball Kassie Fedor Quoting Head Coach Brittany Dye: “Kassie Fedor was a crucial part

Devils football travel to Poland to take on the VCA Eagles Saturday

The Red Devils football team will close out their season on the road at Poland Seminary High School on Saturday night at 7:00 p.m. when they face new PTC County foe Valley Christian Academy. Directions to Poland Seminary can be found here: Directions to Poland Admission at the gate is $6.00 for adults and students and

Red Devils host the Pirates on “Senior Night”

The Red Devils football program returns home this week to celebrate their senior players, cheerleaders, and Scarlet Guard members when they host the Pirates from Southeast at 7 p.m. at Jack Lambert Stadium.   In addition, the Devils will send off the Crestwood Youth Football program to their Super Bowl Sunday by honoring them before

Red Devils host the Saints for Friday Night Lights

The Red Devils will host the St. Thomas Aquinas Saints at 7 p.m. at Jack Lambert Stadium Friday night in a non-conference match up. Student presale tickets will be on sale on Friday during the school day for $4.00.  All other tickets at the gate for adults & students will be $6.00 on Friday night

Devils travel to Smithville for “Friday Night Lights” this week

The Crestwood Red Devils football team travels to Smithville High School this Friday to battle the Smithies in week #3 of the season. Directions to Smithville from Crestwood can be found be clicking this link: Smithville Directions Admission at Smithville is $6.00 for adults and $3.00 for students.  There are no student presale tickets available for

Red Devil Football travels to Streetsboro for PTC Crossover rivalry

The Red Devils football program will travel to the new Streetsboro campus to take on the 0-1 Rockets at 7 p.m. on Friday night.  Tickets will be on sale at the gate: $6.00 for adults/students and $4.00 for seniors at the gate. PTC passes will be honored at the gate.   The best way to

New season…new opportunities for Red Devil Football in 2017

Record Courier report by Jonah Rosenblum For the second straight year, the Red Devils will trot out a surprise quarterback. Last year, after Jordan Fabry, Crestwood’s expected starter entering the year, injured his elbow during camp, the Red Devils convinced Jake Tekavec to return to football and give quarterback a try. Better known for baseball,

Red Devil Aaron Cox to compete in OHSFCA North-South Classic Saturday

Red Devil Senior Aaron Cox will represent Crestwood tomorrow in the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association “North-South Classic” game at Paul Brown Tiger Stadium in Massillon. The North South Classic is the Ohio high school football all-star game, featuring the state of Ohio’s top seniors as selected by the Ohio High School Football Coaches Association. This

Aaron Cox featured on Ohio State Football “Eleven Warriors” site

The Ohio State University Football news site “ElevenWarriors.com” featured Red Devil Aaron Cox commitment to the Buckeyes as a preferred walk on…the full story can be found at this link: elevenwarriors.com EMBRACING THE CHALLENGE Not everyone who signed with Ohio State last week did so surrounded by hundreds of classmates or on national television. Some, like