Introducing duPont Manual Football Head Coach Scott Carmony

Players and Parents Meet New Head Coach, Scott Carmony The duPont Manual Football Parents and Players rolled out the Crimson Carpet and welcomed new Head Coach, Scott Carmony. He was kept busy that day as he met with players in the morning. In the afternoon, he met with the Booster Club’s Executive Board and then was introduced to the Crimson families and players at a reception that evening. Coach Carmony takes over a program that went 8-3 in the 2015 […]

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Coach’s Corner – August 21, 2015

It is football time all over America and around the world. I find myself being just a little bit selfish in that my focus is on duPont Manual Football. I have envisioned a team that has a will to win and a spirit that drives them to be the best that they can be. Looking back on November 2014, I examine myself and my staff and found that I must do more. I committed myself to working towards the 2015 […]

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Coach’s Corner – June 9, 2015

Today, I was motivated to write this month’s Coach’s Corner after today’s workouts. I was encouraged by the commitment that the incoming freshman have displayed. I was motivated by the leaders of the team who showed up and got after the workouts. By showing up, you have made a statement that your class will not be the ones to allow Male to have another victory. I am inspired by the number of players who showed up for the lifting and […]

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Coach’s Corner – May 25, 2015

Recruiting Recruiting is a topic close to my heart. The number one reason I like recruiting is that the good Lord has blessed me with a gift to recognize talent. Once talent has been recognized, then I – as a coach – must set up a plan that will maximize a player’s talent. Contrary to beliefs, it is not a coach’s job to get the most out of talent, but to maximize the plan for the talent to get the […]

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Coach’s Corner – March 16, 2015

Breathing is a natural, involuntary function that helps to sustain life. Breathing can be voluntary if one chooses to exercise its control. My topic is one that should inspire a social or a personal conscience awareness of our own flaws. We all have personal “balls-and-chains” that demonize and consume our negative thoughts; thoughts that we wish we could change immediately. I am here to tell everyone that as long as the good Lord gives us breath, we can change the […]

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Coach’s Corner – February 8, 2015

Many people will think the season ends after you have played your last playoff game, but the season actually starts in the summer. If you are fortunate to play a fifteen-game season, any coach worth his salt will immediately start preparing for the college recruiting season. The recruiting season does not end until the National signing date; which is the first Wednesday of February. After recruiting, then the preparation for Spring Football starts. This month, I want to give you […]

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Coach’s Corner – January 19, 2015

We are currently in the third week of our lifting and conditioning stages. We designed a weight program to meet the physical needs of each player’s positions. It is imperative that our players lift to be better prepared for the grueling upcoming season. Lifting is the survival kit that protects athletes from injuries. Muscles help protect the bones from breaking while the work done to strengthen those muscles adds confidence to the athlete’s weekly practices and game performances. The success […]

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