Eastbrook Boys Varsity Football

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James Makes North/South All-Star Team

Nathan James will represent Eastbrook one more time in his football career.  Nathan has been named to the North/South All-Star game.  Nathan adds his name to a distinguished list of past players for Coach Adamson.  Nathan joins 21 players and 3 coaches to represent Eastbrook in this game. Nathan has also recently committed to play

THANKFUL for 2015 Panther Football

Okay, okay, so we’re a bit behind with this final, “Celebrate the Season” video.  But to pare down the highlights of a season: – where the total yardage was the north side of 5,000 yards, – where the total score was roughly 600 to roughly 100 (I believe Ethan Cramer’s leg is STILL on ice

Because It Matters

If you were within earshot of Coach Adamson as he addressed the Eastbrook Panther football team after the season-ending game last Friday, you may have heard these words: “It only hurts because it matters.” He went on to commend his players on the passion and heart they have displayed over and over again throughout this season…it mattered.


You may read this title and think the answer is easy, kind of like 1+1=… However, as we reach this point in the season, the point where EVERY team still playing has… – proven to have added some “extra” to its “ordinary” – capitalized on its “ordinary” of practices every day for weeks and months

The Train Has Left the Station

I can only imagine the feelings that go through a family when a son, a young man, begins a journey that will undoubtedly test the depth of his strength and character; a journey that has the potential for battle, pain, victory, and danger.  I picture back to the time when families, or sometimes entire towns,


Every “Senior Night” marks the end of an era.  Sure, it’s a sad thought but it’s also a reason to celebrate.  When each “Fall Sports Senior” was introduced pre-game on Friday, many thoughts went to the question, “what’s next?”  I think a more appropriate way to look at this time is “how have these men

The Trap Game

There are certain games that we mark on the schedule: the opening game, Homecoming, Senior Night, sectionals.  The ones in between matter just as much, but they can become trap games – games that lull players into complacency.  The games that involve travel and – let’s face it – a lot of grinding, hard work.


So many of you were there last Friday… I don’t need to remind you of the excitement surrounding the game between two unbeaten teams. I don’t need to tell you it was a bit tough to find a parking spot. I don’t need to recall how cold that wind made it to all those not

The Difference Is…

Consider this more of a “sideline editorial,” a camera man’s personal take, whatever you want. But I think that in order to get down to what “The Difference” is, we may need to eliminate all the other, very obvious differences. Therefore… – The difference is NOT ONLY the scoreboard (which has been 30-40 points in


This last week, Eastbrook football fans (and players) experienced a few “firsts” for this season: – It was the first time we received the opening kickoff – It was the first time we had a turnover in the opening series – It was the first time we played in the rain this season (even if