Motto

"BUILDING LEADERS THROUGH FOOTBALL!"
In football, all young men have a chance of success. In football, the more talented player is not always the best player. In football, with the correct attitude and work ethic, any young man can compete. In football, leaders are born and confidence is built. In football, attitudes can be adjusted and low self-esteem can be lifted. In football, all young men get a chance at success.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Sportsfest Money is due tomorrow

Ryle football parents:  Money for Sportsfest is due tomorrow.  Lora Ross will be at the field house from 2:30-3:30 collecting all monies.  If you can not get there please call her 859-307-1005

Monday, April 7, 2014

Ryle Youth Football Camp


Ryle Parents Save the Dates

Ryle Youth Football Camp:  June 17-19
Ryle Football Golf Scramble: July 12 @ 2:00 
Raise the Raider: Saturday August 16

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Friday, March 7, 2014

Lex receives Anthony Muñoz Award...Great Job Lex

Earned the 2013 Anthony Munoz Foundation Kentucky Offensive Lineman Of The Year 

Recognizing the 2014 Top Offensive and Top Defensive Linemen of the Year!
 
Event Highlights
Awards the top Offensive and Defensive Linemen in the Tri-State region.

In keeping with the mission of the Foundation, candidates have to show a level of academic success and community involvement. 

High school freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligible.

Linemen of the Year Awards will be presented to each of the following:
-Ohio Divisions 1-6
-Kentucky
-Indiana
From this group of winners, Anthony will select two student-athletes to be recognized as the overall Offensive and Defensive Linemen of the Year at the National Football Foundation Scholar-Athlete Banquet.

Thursday, March 6, 2014

Attention...Parent Meeting 3/18

There will be a 2014 parent meeting on Tuesday, March 18 at 6pm in the Ryle school Media Center.  Please plan on attending. 

Monday, February 24, 2014

Ryle football player Johnny Meiman State Champ 170 lbs

Ryle tenth grader Johnny Meiman wins in overtime to become the state champion at 170 lbs.  GREAT JOB JOHNNY!!!

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Attention Parents!!!!!

Attention Parents:  We need all current players and parents that were not at the Meet and Greet on Friday to please forward your email addresses to rylefootball2014@gmail.com.  We will need it for communication for next year!!
Also, please sign up for Twitter updates @ryleraiderfball and Friend us on Facebook......

Help Support Raider Football



Raider football supporters can help support the football team by registering their Kroger Card at Kroger.com.  Once the Kroger Card is registered, go to Community and they Community Rewards.  There will be a list of organizations. They may need to enter a zip code to find organizations in the area.  The name is Ryle Raider High School Football Team (the organizational number is 84023).  If a Kroger Card is already registered, they can go to Community from their home page.  This is not restricted to fans living in the area, but rather family members and friends from anywhere in the country can register their Kroger Cards.

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Coach Engler talks to the player at the meet and greet

On Friday both the players and coaches got to meet Coach Engler for the first time.  Coach Engler grew up and went to Mead County High School  From there he went to UK and player baseball.  After an injury sidelined him from baseball, he got into teaching.  In 2006 he became the offensive coordinator at Lex Cath focusing on QB's.  More to come....

Monday, February 17, 2014

Post Season Awards Good job guys!

Northern Kentucky Football Coaches Association
First Team Offense
OL - Lex Sowards
Second Team Offense
OL - Logan Ross
First Team Defense
DL - Shahzadd Mann
First Team Defense
LB - Ryan Woolf

Kentucky Enquirer
First Team offense
OL - Lex Sowards
First Team Defense
DL - Shahzadd Mann
Second Team Defense
LB - Ryan Woolf
Honorable Mention
OL - Logan Ross

All Bluegrasspreps.com Football Team
Offense
OL - Lex Sowards

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Ask Coach Engler a question for our interview

We will be interviewing the new head football coach Mike Engler and he wants to field your questions. Send him a question on twitter at ‪#‎askcoachengler‬ or email them to rylewebmaster@ryleraiderfootball.org. We will ask him your question during the interview. All questions need to be submitted by 2/28.

Come meet new head football coach Mike Engler 2/21 at Ryle

Meet and Greet.  Friday, February 21 at 5:30pm in the Ryle HS Media Center.   This is before the basketball games (senior night).

Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Ryle Names Mike Engler new Head football coach

Written by
Richard Skinner
Ryle High School went to Lexington to land the fourth head football coach in its 22-year history.
Ryle athletic director Jim Demler made it official Tuesday by announcing in a press release Lexington Catholic offensive coordinator Mike Engler as the new head coach, replacing Bryson Warner, who resigned on Dec. 2 after 11 seasons.
Engler had been an assistant at Lexington Catholic since 1991 and had been assistant head coach and offensive coordinator during his tenure. He helped lead the Knights to a Class 3A state title in 2005 and a Class 4A state title in 2007. Lexington Catholic posted a 218-68 record (.762 winning percentage) during Engler’s tenure.
“Mike has a tremendous football background and a great reputation across the state as an excellent coach,” Demler said. “He comes from a well-respected, tradition-rich program in Lexington Catholic and we feel like he is a great fit to lead our football team.”
Engler met with Ryle’s players on Tuesday.
“My family and I are very excited about the opportunity to become part of the Ryle community,” Engler said in the press release. “We will play an exciting, up-tempo brand of football. I believe the community will be pleased with what they will see in the Ryle football program. Ryle has a great group of kids who will have a chance to be successful both on and off of the field.”
Warner compiled a 73-58 record, and his 2006 team finished as state runner-up in Class 4A.