HOLLANDALE - The Simmons Blue Devils were on fire Friday night as they hosted the Ray Brooks Tigers, overwhelming them in a 40-14 win.
After the victory, Simmons head coach Timothy Johnson talked about the team’s preparation leading up to the game.
The Riverside Bulldogs (1-4) held off fellow Western Line School foe O’Bannon Greenwaves 22-20 in a seesaw gridiron affair Friday night.
Bulldogs junior Eric Kingdom scored on quarterback keeper with 3:21 remaining in the game. The two-point conversion was good and proved to be the margin of victory as Riverside led 22-20.
Devin McCray, the Planters Bank Player of the Week, uses something special to motivate himself every time he takes the field for the St. Joseph Catholic School football team.
ARCOLA — Deer Creek School senior quarterback Jarod Satterfield scored three big touchdowns Friday night during his team’s 32-28 home victory over Unity Christian Academy, but after the game Satterfield credited his team’s defense for helping secure the victory.
Greenville High School’s Errick Simmons Jr. was almost unstoppable last Friday night.
HOLLANDALE — I am an American Soldier. I am a warrior and a member of a team. I serve the people of the United States, and live the Army Values I will always place the mission first. I will never accept defeat. I will never quit. I will never leave a fallen comrade.
Former Greenville-Weston Honeybees head coach Curtis Stovall retired from the Greenville Public School District after twenty plus years in education and several successful seasons highlighted by a loss in the 2008 State 6A Championship game.
Washington School senior Thomas Barr knew his time would eventually come.
Barr, a star running back, was a staple of the General offense last season. But, through two games this year, he took somewhat of a backseat to players like Washington quarterback Caleb Janous and receivers Eli Fratesi and John Bentley Suares.