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- Updated: September 25, 2013
The Hillhouse high school football team has done a lot of winning over the years.
The defending Class M state champs are looking to repeat with a new head coach.
Former assitant coach Reggie Lytle is now running the show. He’s been on the staff for the last three years and hasn’t changed much in the playbook.
Lytle recently retired from the corrections department and he’s trying to teach kids on and off the field.
Noah Finz has more.