Varsity Football ended their league season with an overall winning record of 6-0-0. Throughout their season, players have been tested with temperature checks, COVID tests, and had to wear masks.
“One of the greatest accomplishments I earned was something I couldn’t do without the team which was winning the league as well as city and conference champs,” senior Caleb Harrell said. “We earned bragging rights to the city and that is something everyone’s always going to remember about my senior class.”
JV football currently holds a league record of 3-0. “I recovered from a broken hand I got during preseason. I was able to recover in 3 weeks and play the last 2 games,” sophomore Ian Hew said. “I look forward to playing a whole season with my brothers. I also look forward to playing under the lights on Friday nights.”
The frosh football season stretched from March 11 to April 15. “Honestly this season didn’t come how I wanted. But I learned a lot and it was really humbling, and honestly just made me more motivated. An accomplishment would probably be gaining a relationship with my teammates and playing my first tackle season,” freshman Arjun Zaveri said. “Next season I’m really looking to improve and show the skills I have. I also want to continue building a relationship with my teammates and set a good example.”