Chippewa Hills eyeing deep playoff run

REMUS – Under the direction of coach Larry Jose, Chippewa Hills has established a winning tradition on the gridiron over the last decade.

With nine consecutive winning seasons and four straight playoff appearances to their credit, the only thing missing for the Warriors is an extended postseason run.

Chippewa Hills has made the postseason on eight occasions since 2000, but is still in search of that elusive first district championship.

With only three offensive starters and four on the defensive side of the ball returning, the Warriors will have plenty of new faces this fall.

"I think we’re balanced,” said senior quarterback Slade Todd. “I think we have all of the athletes just to be really good this year. And we all bond really good together, which makes our team just another step higher. So, I think we should be alright."

Chippewa Hills opens its season Thursday, hosting Haslett in a non-conference tilt.