High school football teams return to the gridiron


GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Monday marked 17 days until the start of the high school football season and the first day teams could hold practice.

In Lowell, it was the first practice under new head coach Juston Miller. Miller, formerly the Red Arrows' defensive coordinator, was promoted after Noel Dean retired.

"I'm not a fortune teller to know what Lowell is going to be. I do know our core values are still here. Our sense of small community, where our town is. Our blue-collar attitude in this community will still be strong. Our expectations are high. The commitment from our parents will be expected. We're excited with all those things. So same old little Lowell. Same old little Lowell, but it's a pretty special little town," he said, echoing one of Dean's refrains.

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