Former Chieftain standout Patrick Angle ready for senior season at Ohio Northern
ADA, Ohio — It’s hard to believe it’s been five years since Patrick Angle played his last game as a Logan Chieftain.
Angle, the starting quarterback who led Logan to consecutive 11-1 seasons in 2008 and 2009, left LHS as the most-accomplished quarterback in school history. The 31-4 career record over three varsity seasons by Angle and his classmates is tied for the best all-time at LHS.
Since Angle left, Logan has had two head coaches, five starting quarterbacks (in four seasons), and won only 12 football games.
The post-LHS world didn’t start the way Angle hoped it might, either. But like the Chieftains, a new start has turned around his fortunes.