The Covington Buccaneers failed to capitalize on some golden opportunities to put points on the board, which led to a 26-13 defeat to previously winless Lehman.
The 51-0 score in a loss to Milton-Union may not show it, but the Covington Buccaneers continue to take positive steps forward in growth due to the consistent buy-in to the process of establishing an elite culture.
Covington fell to Northridge 49-6, but the Buccaneers took another step forward as a team due to the effort and passion displayed on the field.
Everything that could happen has happened to this young Covington football team, but the Buccaneers were able to overcome adversity to defeat Bethel 26-21 for the first win of the season.
There is no sugar coating it - the Covington Buccaneers put forth one of the most embarrassing performances in years as Troy Christian handed the Buccs a 44-0 defeat.
The Covington Buccaneers took another step in the right direction despite a 42-25 defeat to a talented Fort Loramie team on Friday.
Covington has all of the potential to be a good football team, but Friday’s 49-0 loss to Mechanicsburg showed the Buccaneers are still learning what it takes to win.
A young Covington football team ran into a much more experienced and mature St. Henry team in the season opener and it resulted in a 42-0 defeat.
Covington found its 17th head coach in Buccaneer football history, Austin Morgan, who is extremely passionate about the game and the life lessons it teaches the young men who play.
The Covington Buccaneers closed out the 2020 season with a 5-5 record after coming up short against Minster, 16-14.