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About our Team

Mariemont Football has a long and strong history. Since 1949, we have had seven head coaches: Doc Kusel ’49-’54, Jack Orrison ’55-’62, Larry Lyons ’63-’75, Lou Flores ’76, Steve Rasso ’77, Tom Crosby ’78-’98, John Parker ’99-’01, Tom Crosby ’02-'12 and Kurry Commins, '12-present.  The Warriors have competed in the playoffs eleven times, making it to the State Finals in ’80 and ’95. MHS Football has won several EHL championships and three CHL championships. The Warriors have also been voted Small School City Champions five times, ranked 2nd in the State twice and once ranked 1st in the State.  Several players have gone on to play College Football at all levels across the country and a few have made it to the NFL.

Friday nights at Kusel Stadium are something special… a real taste of “Small Town America” and “Friday Night Lights”  with the stands filled with students, family members and community members of all ages.  It is not uncommon to see students painted with numbers of their favorite Mariemont football players, hear chants and cheers guided by our cheerleaders, and see fans humming along to their favorite song as the MHS band plays on.  Next door rivals compete with intensity but offer a friendly hand shake after a hard fought game with the team closing the night with a hearty “Warrior” cheer in the locker room.

The 2017 Mariemont Warrior Football team is coming into the season eager and hungry to prove that they have what it takes for success!  The Warriors return with players who bring a wealth of experience and knowledge of the game of football.  This season, the Warriors welcome a few new faces to the coaching staff who are helping to lead 15 seniors, 10 juniors, and a multitude of underclassmen, capable and willing to step up when called upon.  Instilled in this team by their coaches, is the importance of commitment, teamwork, confidence, sportsmanship and the motto, “One heartbeat".  The senior leaders are defined as “Program Guys,” striving to forge the Legacy of the 2017 Warriors with a return to post season play! 

Go Warriors!

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