Three Rivers


1A Dist 1

Head Coach

Davis Pitts 2nd year

Assistant Coach
Randy Adams
Anthony Scholes
Tanner Pitts

2019 Record


2019 Results

9/6PleasantonL     62-0
9/13Yates CenterW    36-0
9/20UniontownL     22-7
9/27SoutheastL     36-0
10/4RivertonL     48-18
10/11Jayhawk LinnL      38-12
10/18HumboldtL       76-6
10/25ErieL       32-0
11/1McLouthL      22-18

2019 Recap

Although our record did not show many wins, we did show vast improvements as far as working as a team.  The players learned to be more disciplined and really came together to promote the unified team concept.  Many players stepped forward into leadership roles both on and off the field.  It was a very nice experience to witness.

Like many schools across the state, the biggest challenge is getting players to come out for football.  I had a few that had never played before and a few that played in different positions. With recruiting through the hallways and community, I hope to see an increase in numbers this season.    

After evaluating last season and visiting with team captains, we know we are going to have to work harder during the off season to get stronger and more physical.  These kids are very hard workers and are starting to become more willing to put the time and effort forth into getting better both on and off the field. 

Returning Starters

QB/LBCole Richard5’1114512
RB/FSKarter Dugan5’1117012
T/NGZach Cronister6’123012
RBGarrett Walker5’412512
RB/LBEric Smith5’613511
RB/LBDominick Neary5’615011
RB/CBraden Broyles6’016012
FB/TEthan Neary5’614511
TE/LBBrandon Sigmon5’815610
QB/CJevon Allen6’017510
CGage Cronister5’825012
RBNoah Hammers5’915012
TEAllen Adelman5’815012
GBraydon Bolton5’923510
GDamien Willard5’515010
TEBrendan Alters5’916610
TESeth Boley5’918510
CBrock Nunn5’514810
TDJ Dohle5’1022011
TELaBraden Clemens5’614010

Other Key Returners

RBJames Claffey5’614511
GWade Carden5’616510
QBDawson Troth5’815010
TECayden Hill5’613510
RBTayShawn Gaynor5’714010

Top Newcomers

Brodie Dee
Brayden Young
Isaiah Cain
Miles Eslinling
Nathan Trammell

2020 Outlook

Our biggest challenge of last season was overcoming small numbers.  We averaged 15 eligible kids a game.  This year, they know what it takes to do better and expectations for success will be higher. Our strengths will lie in our senior leadership and in our depth.  Instead of just one individual, I am looking forward to the leadership from the senior class as a group.  Their work ethic so far should prove me right. 

The team will need to be able to pass the ball, cut down on turnovers, and play more disciplined defense. I expect them to keep improving from week to week, and have a positive attitude in the classroom as well as on the field.  

2020 Schedule

Sept 4Home  Jayhawk Linn  
Sept 11@ Allen Northern Heights
Sept 18@ Southeast
Sept 25Home Richmond Central Heights
Oct. 2@  Lyndon
Oct. 9Home Uniontown
Oct 16@ Pleasanton
Oct. 23Home Olpe