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Hough High School Football Success is No Accident!

Under Coach Miles Aldridge, the Hough High Huskies are looking to make a run at a first State Title in school history this year. Coming off the landmark win against Mallard Creek and another win against highly ranked A.L. Brown, the team is in great position.

THIS IS NO ACCIDENT! The resume and success of Coach Aldridge is unquestioned, so on the field, Hough will never be out-coached or out-prepared. But every Coach has to have ATHLETES . . . Big, fast, strong kids. Football is not complicated – fast, athletic kids get to play, and FAST, ATHLETIC KIDS WIN GAMES.

Champions Sports Performance is proud to have trained, and trained extensively, 14 starters on this year’s team. The majority of these kids trained hard in our facility during the formative middle school years, coming up through the Bailey Middle School program under Coach Lemke. Several trained in our Hough Offseason Program, as well as in our ELITE program to get college-level intensity and curriculum.

The Parisi Training System at Champions Sports Performance is the top system in the country. IT IS NO ACCIDENT that Parisi has produced 154 NFL Draft Picks, including the FASTEST PLAYER IN THE DRAFT 5 TIMES!

To “have the body to play” high school football at the highest level, it is essential to train athletically, especially in a quality strength program, during the middle school years, specifically, ages 12 to 14. When puberty hits and runs its course, you will have a faster, stronger, better-built athlete who coaches will put on the field. Athletes who build off this foundation by continuing to train at Champions have the chance to be great and possibly play at the next level. Hough QB Jackson Gibbs trained in our Strength Program twice a week for a year and a half, and those results show up each game now, just to give one example.

We are proud of what is happening on the field at Hough this year, but this success IS NO ACCIDENT; the success began at Champions years ago!

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