Southeast Ohio Town Supports Football Team By Sporting Mohawks
The small town of Glouster in Athens County has a lot to celebrate on the football field.
Their Division VII high school football team is heading to the state championship game for the first time in history.
The school of 236 is rallying around their football team which has been nicknamed the 'Mohawk Mafia.'
Now, all around town, the haircuts are all rage. Everyone from businessmen to the school officials have them.
Trimble (14-0) takes on six-time champion Marion Local (14-0) on Saturday night.
Story By Photojournalist Tim Flaherty