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Director of Football Operations: Dave Arbogast
Punters/Kickers: Tom Futo '72
Defensive Coordinator/Defensive Backs: Jeff Smith
Defensive Line: Bill Poyser
Special Teams/Outside Linebackers: Tom O'Neil
Inside Line Backers: Renzy Parnell
Offensive Coordinator/OL: Andrew Sarachman
Running Backs/Assistant Head Coach: Renald Parnell
Wide Receivers: Pat Kennedy
Freshman Head CoachF: Tom Paris '79
Freshman Coaching Staff: Rod Sprang, Steve Motil, Ryland
Parnell, Brian Motil '06, Dale Thomas, Jahari Murdock '10
Strength and Conditioning: Mike Winkler, Mike Taggart
Equipment Manager: Jim Allen, Sean Kennedy
Statistician: Hank Inman
Announcer: T.K. Griffith '89

Home games are played on Monsignor Richard A. Dowed Field. The Knights play in OHSAA Division III, Region 9.
The Football Parents Club provides support for the team. For more information, click HERE.

Senior Ted Stieber and junior Todd Sibley have been named to the 2014 All-Beacon Journal all-star football team. The 25 players were announced in the Thanksgiving Day issue of the paper and posted on HERE.

According to the paper, Stieber, a 6-foot-6, 300-pound offensive linebacker, "is headed to the University of Minnesota following another solid season up front as a key blocker along the Knights’ offensive line. He graded out with a 93 percent blocking efficiency in 10 games with 42 pancake blocks."

Sibley, a 5-foot-10, 210-pound running back, "is a college prospect who burst onto the high school scene last year as a freshman," the paper said. "He continued to display speed and strength this year as the Knights’ primary running back, rushing 190 times for 1,576 yards and 17 touchdowns. He averaged 8.2 yards per carry."

Seniors Kevin O'Neil and Zach Shoemaker were selected to play in the Thanks4Giving all-star football game at 10:30 a.m. Thanksgiving Day at Bulldog Stadium at Stow-Munroe Falls High School. Some of the top players in Summit County competed, with proceeds going to the North American Indian Cultural Center in Tallmadge, which operates a food bank and provides other services to needy Summiit County residents.

Scheduled Varsity Events and Results:

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Hoban's mission statement reminds us that we are a Catholic high school in the Holy Cross tradition.  This describes both who we are and what we do.

The Holy Cross tradition is a balanced, integrated, holistic approach to education where knowledge and faith converge.  

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A Holy Cross education fosters the values, attitudes and behaviors necessary for individuals to make a real difference in the world. Students are challenged to live up to the ideals of the Catholic faith through a four-year program of religious studies, as well as sacramental opportunities, retreats and Christian service

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A rigorous curriculum offers courses tailored to a wide range of interests and abilities. A combination of college preparatory, honors, advanced placement and elective courses provides various opportunities for success.  Hoban graduates successfully advance to higher education, often at some of the finest colleges and universities in the country. 

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Following the Holy Cross model of education grounded in values, the Hoban athletic philosophy emphasizes important lifelong lessons that transcend the playing field. Balance is a primary value for Hoban athletics. Students are first scholars, then athletes.

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For almost 60 years, alumni, parents and friends have responded generously to the various fundraising programs at Hoban. Fundraising is especially important because as a private institution Hoban does not receive general public funding or diocesan subsidies. Tuition alone does not cover the cost of operating.

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The student services office is committed to helping students find their place in the Hoban community and to prepare them in heart and mind to live out the Holy Cross mission. We provide a comprehensive guidance program designed to meet the academic, personal, college and career exploration needs of students.