High school football: Luke Petit steps into leadership role along Hoban offensive line heading into Division II state championship game

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Archbishop Hoban football coach Tim Tyrrell describes senior Luke Petit as “a comical kid” and a “bright kid in the classroom.”“Luke does what he is supposed to do,” Tyrrell continued. “He is entertaining just to sit in front of.”Petit also has a mean streak to him as the starting left tackle for Hoban (10-0), which is set to meet Massillon (10-1) in the Division II state championship game at 6:15 p.m. Friday at Massillon’s Paul Brown Tiger Stadium.“It is awesome to play with my teammates,” Petit said. “From an offensive lineman point of view, to have people behind you like Victor Dawson and Lamar Sperling that can really cut it up and make plays, it makes it easier on us and it is so much more fun. And then you add in Shane Hamm at quarterback. Football is way more satisfying when you have a complete team. It has been a great experience getting to play with all of these guys my senior year.” Hoban’s offense has been consistent all year in regular-season wins over Columbus Reigning Sports Academy, Lakewood St. Edward, Cleveland Benedictine, St. Vincent-St. Mary and Walsh Jesuit, and in playoff victories over Kent Roosevelt, …

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