MUSKEGON, Mich. — After winning the most games in a single season since 1999, Reeths-Puffer high school is having to mix things up for the 2014 season.
Thanks to some key players graduating from last year’s squad that went 7-3, Reeths-Puffer head coach Ryan Jewett is moving some players around. Several players are playing in different positions than what they played last season including Evan McCrary, who is moving from tight end to running back.
The Rockets finished second in the O.K. Black last season. They open up this year’s season at home against Holland on August 28.