Fairfield tries to move past disappointing 1-4 start, while Hamilton wants to keep playing at high level

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Fairfield High School quarterback Talon Fisher looks to pass Sept. 30, 2022, during a Greater Miami Conference football game at Hamilton's Virgil Schwarm Stadium. Fairfield won 34-13. RICK CASSANO/STAFF

HAMILTON — It isn’t a spot Fairfield High School football coach Jason Krause thought his team would be in, and the veteran coach admitted nobody is going to feel sorry for the Indians.

Entering the season with high expectations, Fairfield sits at 1-4 and now faces a 3-2 Hamilton team




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