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2015 Football Preview: Chattahoochee Cougars


After failing to reach the postseason for the first time since 2010, the Chattahoochee Cougars’ final season under coach Mike Owens resulted in a 4-6 record in 2013. Last season, new head coach Vince Strine inherited what was a young, inexperienced team. His first campaign in 2014 ended in a 3-7 season, but with many starters returning hungry for a state title-shot, Strine is hopeful that this team can be a threat in region 6-AAAAAA this season.

On the defensive side of the ball, the Cougars look to be a ball-hawking swarm of defenders that create chaos for opposing offenses. “ We’ve got a lot of speed defensively,” Coach Strine explained. “It’s a relatively no-name defense, but they will be fast and ready to go.” The defense will have to deal with the graduation of their leader last season, MLB Josh Weisberg, who is going to play ball on Saturdays next season for Brown University. This season, their unquestioned leader, and perhaps the most talented player on the roster, is senior DE Bryce Folsom. With offers from Syracuse, Georgia State, and N.C State among others, Folsom is a guy that quarterbacks must be aware of pre-snap. At 6”4 250, Folsom displays superior strength and it’s very difficult to block him with just one person. Alongside Folsom will be senior outside linebacker Brandon Ware, who is a lockdown edge defender and a sure-tackler who will only add to this speedy defense Strine hopes to have ready.

The Cougars offense this season looks to be dangerous. QB Chase Owens, who started every game last season as a sophomore, is going to have the offense simplified a little bit to make him feel more comfortable.  That process will certainly be made easier with the return of all his favorite weapons, including leading WR last season Isaac Kinsey. Also a junior this year, Kinsey has a chance to be All-State and will look to have another outstanding season. Back in the mix is second-leading receiver Andrew Thomas, who is coming off a stellar freshman season and will be a threat for this team for the next few years. Rounding off this four-headed monster will be senior running back Blake Hundley, who according to coach Strine, could be the top running back in the region this season. With many starters returning on both sides of the ball, experience will prove to be the key as the Cougars try to make the postseason once again.

Pre-Game Meals

Interested in donating meals to the Chattahoochee Football Program for Pre-Game Meals for the players?  

Or, interested in volunteering to help get the boys fed every week?

Please contact Charles Thomas or Chantel Thomas for more information.  Go HOOCH!

Save the Date - 1st Annual Blue & Gold Gridiron Classic

The Chattahoochee High School Gridiron Club is proud to present its 1st Annual Golf Event!  All proceeds from the outing will be used to defray the annual costs of Cougar Football. The event will be held at Laurel Springs Golf Club, a Jack Nicklaus designed courseThe Blue & Gold Gridiron Classic will be a Scramble format featuring a men's and women's long drive, and closest to the pin competitions.  There will be prizes for low gross and the top three low net scorers. All golfers will receive breakfast, lunch, two drinks on the course and a commemorative golf shirt. You don't want to miss the opportunity to play in this premier event!

A box breakfast will be sponsored by Another Broken Egg Café prior to our Shotgun start.   Lunch will also be provided following the event. Registration for the event will open in September.  There are several sponsorship opportunities available.  Please contact Joe Massaroni (470.235.9176) if you are interested in more details. 


You can find more information on REGISTRATION here and more information on SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES here.  Please Register online here.


2015 Taste of Johns Creek... We Can't Wait!

The 2015 Taste of Johns Creek Event is scheduled for Sunday, October 4, 2015, from 4pm to 7pm.

If you are interested in volunteering with the TOJC Event or you would like more information on how to participate as a vendor, please contact Lee Casement with the Gridiron Board.  

If you are a non-food vendor that would like to participate, please fill out this form.  

If you are a food vendor, looking to participate, please use this form.

The main calendar has been updated with all current summer events & work-outs.  You can check out the calendar by clicking on Events > Calendar or you can check it out in here, as well.


Hooch Players in the News!

Congratulations to Hooch Kicker, Andrew Gray!  Andrew has signed a National Letter of Intent to play for Valdosta State next year.  Go Blazers!

Hooch's Gray to Play Football at Valdosta State

Congratulations to Hooch Linebacker, Josh Weisberg!   Josh has committed to play Football at Brown University next year.  Go Bears!

Hooch's Weisberg to Play Football at Brown University

Former Hooch Football Player, Nick Williams, will be continuing his football career at Georgia Tech!  We can't wait to see Nick in action - Go, Jackets!

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Updated 08-01-2015 - Hooch Season Updates

Hooch 2015 Season Begins Soon!

  • Be sure to check the calendar for all updates & meetings that are on the horizon.
  • If you are not currently on the Hooch Football Mailing List, please click Contact (from the top menu) > Newsletter Signup or click here to register for the Hooch Weekly Newsletters!
  • Please check the Calendar for updates for all important calendar events.  As you click on each calendar event, you can either e-mail yourself a reminder or download the calendar as an ICS file, so you will have the schedule.  

We look forward to a successful 2015 Season with Hooch Cougars!  GO HOOCH!