Coach Jamie Freeman
Born on October 18th, 1990, son of Robert Freeman and Cheryl Freeman. Football has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. My greatest memories as a child included being a ball boy, water boy, and anything that brought me near football and family. I’ve seen football on all levels. I was a four year varsity starter at Mt. Healthy High School from 2005-2009. I watched and became inspired by peers and family.
As an Owl, I was voted captain 3 of my 4 years. I led the team in tackles 3 consecutive years. My sophomore year, I was a part of ICRC’s first annual Most Valuable Players of the year award. Playing linebacker and running back, always willing to sacrifice for my teammates. I was also featured in Slam Magazine, being mentioned with the top players in Cincinnati. Graduating in 2009, I was invited to compete in the East/West All-star game.
I continued my education and football career at Campbellsville University. Playing 3 years before career ending injuries, I was humbled by the opportunity to play at the next level. After school, I came to love coaching.
My coach experience is listed below:
2014-2017 Princeton Middle School (2 year GMC Champs)
2018-2019 Princeton High School (OL assistant)
2019-2020 Withrow High School (DB coach)