Former Clayton coach Gary Fowler makes the ceremonail coin toss before the Comets hosted Cleveland in the first game played at the newly annointed, Nixon-Fowler Stadium on the Clayton High School campus. The two coaches — Glenn Nixon and Fowler — led the Comet program for an amazing 53 years. The coin used before the game was struck for the occasion, featuring photos of the two coaches on either side.Cleveland called heads (the Nixon side), won the toss and deferred.
Former Clayton coach Gary Fowler makes the ceremonail coin toss before the Comets hosted Cleveland in the first game played at the newly annointed, Nixon-Fowler Stadium on the Clayton High School campus. The two coaches — Glenn Nixon and Fowler — led the Comet program for an amazing 53 years. The coin used before the game was struck for the occasion, featuring photos of the two coaches on either side.Cleveland called heads (the Nixon side), won the toss and deferred. DEAN STRICKLAND, OD newsobserver.com
Former Clayton coach Gary Fowler makes the ceremonail coin toss before the Comets hosted Cleveland in the first game played at the newly annointed, Nixon-Fowler Stadium on the Clayton High School campus. The two coaches — Glenn Nixon and Fowler — led the Comet program for an amazing 53 years. The coin used before the game was struck for the occasion, featuring photos of the two coaches on either side.Cleveland called heads (the Nixon side), won the toss and deferred. DEAN STRICKLAND, OD newsobserver.com

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