Type
Crossword
Description

Narrator of the Story Neely Crenshaw
Head coach at Messina Coach Rake
Mascot of the football team spartan
Former spartan, owns a chop shop Silo Mooney
town where the story takes place messina
former spartan that is in jail Jesse trapp
author of the book john grisham
the cafe in town renfrows
neely's first love cameron
the girl that neely dumped cameron for screamer
former spartan that owns a book store nat
the boy who died during practice Scotty Reardon
special manager of the team rabbit
former spartan that is now a cop mal
neely's friend and teammate paul curry
the name of the field rake field
the players least favorite exercise spartan laps
cause of coach rake's death cancer
the college neely goes to texas tech
why neely stopped playing football injury

Bleachers Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Narrator of story Neely Crenshaw
Head Coach Rake
Town where story takes place Messina
mascot of team Spartans
Special manager of the team Rabbit
Neely's friend and teammate Paul Curry
Girl Neely dumped Cameron for Screamer
Neely's first love Cameron
Book Store-owning former Spartan Nat
Spartan, Nam fighter, now a cop Mal
Former Spartan, now in jail Jesse Trapp
Former Spartan, now owns a chop shop Silo Mooney
Boy who died at conditioning Scotty Reardon
Author John Grisham
Cafe in town Renfrows

Bleachers Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

conditioning
bagelshops
realtor
chopshop
logcabin
Griffinbrothers
rabbit
buckcoffey
mabry
collissuggs
tech
donnieutley
ronnieutley
lilarake
fathermccabe
mal
hubcap
romanarmstead
jaeger
jessetrapp
paulcurry
silomooney
renfrows
bookstore
nat
football
Coach Eddie Rake
Screamer
Cameron
Spartans
Messina
Neely Crenshaw
Scotty Reardon

Bleachers Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

What color is the Spartans jersey Green
The Name Of The Messina's Field Rakefield
The Name Of The Team Spartans
The Month Scotty Died & When The Foot Ball Players Had To Train In The Hot Sun August
The Author's Last Name Grisham
The Name Of Messina's High School messinahigh
What Disease Did Coach Rake Die From Cancer
The Girl Neely Left In HighSchool For Screamer Cameron
What's Rake's Older Daughter Name? Ellen
What Was Coach Rake's Wife Name Before They Got Married lilasaunders
The Best Quarter Back On The Spartans Team Neely
The Sport the Book Is About football
The Foot Ball Player That Was Playing For The Spartans & Went To Prison For Selling Drugs Jesse
Home Town, Where The Spartans Are From, The Town The Story Is About Messina
The Foot Ball Coach & His The Guy That Is Dying In The Story Eddierake
The Gay Guy That Owns A Business & He Played For The Spartans Nat
During 87 Championship Game Who Did They Go Againist Eastpike
The Girl The Whole Messina Football Team Thought Became A Porn Star. and the Girl Neely Left Cameron For Screamer
Where Coach Rake Was Born Maryand
The Name Of The Book Bleachers
The FootBall Announcer For The 87 Championship Game buckcoffey
How Many Years Does Jesse Have Left In Prison? Eighteen
The Time When Neely Broke His Hand Halftime
What Kind Of Shop Nat Was Running? coffeeshop

Jake Holland Bleacher Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

narrator of the story NEELYCRENSHAW
former spartan who now owns a chop shop SILO
Head Coach RAKE
Special manager of the team RABBIT
Neely's closest friend and teammate PAULCURRY
Girl Neely dumped Cameron for and in now in "film making" SCREAMER
only other spartan with a retired jersey now the sheriff MAL
former spartan player now in and out of jail JESSETRAPP
well known town cafe RENFROWNS
town where story takes place MESSINA
SCHOOL MASCOT SPARTAN
Neelys first love CAMERON
Former spartan who owns a bookstore NAT
boy who died during conditioning SCOTTYREARDON
Name of rakes favorite conditioning drill THESPARTANMARATHON
Author of the book JOHNGRISHAM
school neely ended up going to tech
school rake wanted neely to go to A&M
Former spartan who is "still in Nashville picking his guitar and writing bad music" FLOYD
spartan who owns the spartan marathon record RANDYJAEGER

Nebraska Cornhusker Football Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

The conference the Nebraska Cornhusker football team plays in currently Big Ten
The skilled Cornhusker mascot who can stand on his/her head Lil Red
The head coach that got introduced in late 2014 Mike Riley
Their official team colors scarlet and cream
The number of Heisman Trophy winners there were in school history three
Nebraska's opponent during the game known as "The Game of the Century" Oklahoma
The previous Nebraska football player that became their head coach after Tom Osborne retired Frank Solich
The Nebraska Cornhuskers' "fight song" Hail Varsity
Their home field is named after this former coach Tom Osborne
The number of conference championships the Nebraska Cornhuskers claim forty-six
Fans release these after the Cornhuskers' first touchdown in every home game balloons
The number of national championships the Nebraska Cornhuskers claim five
The stadium they play at every home game Memorial Stadium

Homecoming Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

band
football
homecoming king
homecoming queen
coach
field
fans
cheerleaders
team
stadium

Football Phrases Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the imaginary line separating the teams at the beginning of a play Line of scrimmage
a six-point score made by carrying or passing the ball into the end zone of the opposing side, or by recovering it there following a fumble or blocked kick Touchdown
a chance for a team to advance the ball, ending when the ball carrier is tackled or the ball becomes out of play. A team must advance at least ten yards in a series of four downs in order to keep possession Down
a field for football, marked with regularly spaced parallel lines Gridiron
one of a series of marks made along parallel lines that delineate the middle of the field, used to spot the ball after a play ends outside these lines Hash Mark
a goal scored by a placekick, scoring three points Field Goal
a change in the offensive play called by the quarterback at the line of scrimmage Audible
an exchange made by handing the ball to a teammate Handoff
a rapid advance by a defensive player or players, especially toward the quarterback Rush
a football Pigskin
a player positioned behind the center who directs a team's offensive play Quarterback
an offensive player, typically a halfback, who specializes in carrying the ball Running back
an offensive player who is positioned at a distance from the end and is used primarily as a pass receiver Wide Receiver
a defensive player normally positioned behind the line of scrimmage, but in front of the safeties Linebacker
a defensive back who normally is positioned well behind the line of scrimmage Safety
a player normally positioned on the line of scrimmage Lineman
a defensive back positioned to the outside of the linebackers Cornerback
an offensive end who lines up close to the tackle Tight End
an act of tackling a quarterback behind the line of scrimmage before he can throw a pass Sack
a protective mask covering the nose and mouth or nose and eyes Face Mask
an act of seizing and stopping a player in possession of the ball by knocking them to the ground Tackle
the rectangular area at each end of the field into which the ball must be carried or passed and caught to score a touchdown End Zone
a ball one downs deliberately behind one's own goal line or that is kicked through one's end zone. It is taken to the 25-yard line to resume play Touchback
a forward pass to a player protected by a screen of blockers Screen Pass
an offensive player in the backfield Fullback
an offensive back usually positioned behind the quarterback and to the side of the fullback Halfback
a quick backward movement of the ball from the ground that begins a play Snap
a very long, typically unsuccessful pass made in a desperate attempt to score late in the game Hail Mary
a player who punts Punter
either of the two upright posts of a goal Goal post
an official who watches a game or match closely to ensure that the rules are adhered to and to arbitrate on matters arising from the play Referee
the time at which half of a game or contest is completed, especially when marked by an intermission Halftime
the National Football League championship game, played annually between the champions of the National and the American Football Conferences Super Bowl
National Football League NFL
a person or thing that is supposed to bring good luck or that is used to symbolize a particular event or organization Mascot
tackle or fend off (a person) by extending an arm rigidly Stiff Arm
a form of team game played in North America with an oval ball on a field marked as a gridiron Football
a disadvantage or handicap imposed on a player or team, typically for infringement of rules Penalty
an intentionally short kick-off that travels forward only slightly further than the legally required distance of 10 yards, and which the kicking team attempts to recover Onside Kick
a play in which one or more defensive backs charge the quarterback of the opposing team Blitz
a kick made after the ball is first placed on the ground Place Kick
either of the two lines bounding the longer sides of a football field Sideline
the manner in which a defender or a defensive team cover a player, an area, or a play Coverage
a timing device that is used to indicate how many seconds remain for the offensive team to start a play before being penalized for delaying the game Play Clock
the players in a team who defend the goal Defense
a squad that is used for kick-offs, punts, and other special plays Special Team
the attacking team or players Offense
a defensive lineman positioned opposite the offensive center Nose Tackle
an official who watches a game or match closely to ensure that the rules are adhered to and to arbitrate on matters arising from the play Referee
(of a lineman) withdraw from and cross behind the line of scrimmage to block opposing players and clear the way for a runner Pull
a move in which a quarterback pretends to hand the ball to a running back but instead makes a pass playaction pass
a pass thrown either sideways or back Lateral
blow a whistle, especially as a signal Whistle
make a sham move to mislead an opponent Juke
a brief break in play Timeout
an instructor or trainer in sport coach
a person taking part in a sport or game player
a person who has a strong interest in or admiration for a particular person or thing Fan
each of four equal periods into which a game is divided quarter
an act of catching a pass made by an opposing player interception
to jump over a player while running with the ball Hurdle
(of a quarterback) run with the ball behind the line of scrimmage, avoiding tackles Scramble

Homecoming Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

band
dance team
cheerleader
victory
kickoff
coach
defensive
offensive
linebacker
North Gaston
East Gaston
quarterback
chop squad
pride
warrior
pep rally
field goal
touchdown
court
football
homecoming
queen

Literary Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

literary reference to a familiar thing allusion
conflict with another character Charactervscharacter
the turning point in a story (comes after the rising action) climax
comparison of two or more similar objects analogy
author's own account of his/her own life autobiography
story of a person's life written by someone else biography
the problem; something vs. something else conflict
stretching the truth exaggeration
the begining of a story exposition
kind of writing that explains something expository
category or type (of literature) genre
the lesson of a story theme
person telling the story narrator
words or phrases that convey the opposite meaning or expected outcome irony
problem from INSIDE of a person internal conflict
main character of the story protagonist
sequence of events in a story plot
the author's attitude toward the subject of a work tone
group of lines forming a unit in a poem stanza
point of view in which the reader knows all thoughts, feelings, and actions of all the characters omnicient

Sports Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

coach
foul
time out
over time
half time
whisle
field goal
puck
ball
gloves
net
hockey
volleyball
basketball
baseball
lacrosse
football
soccer