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Winning with technology

The high school football season is well underway in the Greater Kansas City area. One program, Park Hill South, is off to a great start posting a 5-0 record. This fall, the Panthers are using Riddell’s advanced helmet technology paired with InSite Analytics data to improve player performance. In fact, Park Hill South is one of eight programs in the metro utilizing these new, detailed reports from practices and games. 

“Since purchasing the InSite Analytics Standard subscription, we’ve received an extra layer of information that we would have absolutely no access to without the help of Riddell. In my eyes, this has led to us gaining a competitive and performance advantage. It has showed up for us on Friday nights, said Coach Wilmes.”

"Using the InSite Analytics subscription really freed up my staff and I to use the data more efficiently. We were able to take the information and adjust our practice schedules to make them safe and effective. It really changed our program and allowed us to keep our athletes healthy and productive at the highest level. The data is invaluable for a football staff and program."

As the 2021 football season begins, the McCarthy Auto Group is proud to announce its partnership with Riddell, the Greater Kansas City Football Coaches Association and PrepsKC, once again promoting Smarter Football with Riddell InSite technology. This marks the eighth season of the on-going partnership.

Each year, the McCarthy Auto Group, along with its partners, select a handful of Greater Kansas City Football Coaches Association (GKCFCA) member schools to award them with innovative InSite smart helmet technology. In their eight seasons of partnership, InSite was donated to thirty-five metro high schools. Today, with help from the program, over 50 high schools in the metro area use smart helmets from Riddell.

This season – Pembroke Hill High School, Park Hill South High School, Grain Valley High School, St. James Academy, Sumner Academy, J.C. Harmon High School, Wyandotte High School, and Bishop Miege High School will participate in the program.

As the 2021 football season begins, the McCarthy Auto Group is proud to announce its partnership with Riddell, the Greater Kansas City Football Coaches Association and PrepsKC, once again promoting Smarter Football with Riddell InSite technology. This marks the eighth season of the on-going partnership.

Each year, the McCarthy Auto Group, along with its partners, select a handful of Greater Kansas City Football Coaches Association (GKCFCA) member schools to award them with innovative InSite smart helmet technology. In their eight seasons of partnership, InSite was donated to thirty-five metro high schools. Today, with help from the program, over 50 high schools in the metro area use smart helmets from Riddell.

This season – Pembroke Hill High School, Park Hill South High School, Grain Valley High School, St. James Academy, Sumner Academy, J.C. Harmon High School, Wyandotte High School, and Bishop Miege High School will participate in the program.

"McCarthy Auto Group is proud to continue our partnership with Riddell and provide InSite equipment to support High School football all across KS and MO," McCarthy Auto Group Chief Marketing Officer Karl Kramer said.

South is looking to continue their winning streak as they take on Staley this week. 

For more information about Riddell’s InSite Analytics, visit www.riddell.com/insite