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  • Overall Record: 3 - 7
  • Conference Record: 2 - 3
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All NIC Football Teams announced

The All NIC Football team for 2017 has been announced.  Congrats to Eagle Players Liam Driscoll for being named First team offensive line, Trey Gray  First team wide receiver, and Eric Williams At Large First Team. On Defense, Johnathan Thomas made first team defensive line, and Jaydin Miller at Large Frist Team Defense. Quarterback Iraken

Football season ends with sectional loss

Iraken Armstead threw two touchdown passes and ran for one more but it wasn’t enough as the Football team lost to LaPorte 40-19 in the sectional opener.  On the night Armstead was 19 of 41 for 190 yards ad two touchdowns Jaydin Miller had 67 yards rushing for the Eagles. Adams finishes the season 3-7.

Freshman football finishes year with shutout

Bryce Martens threw two touchdown passes and ran for a score as the Eagles beat St. Joe 38-0.  Quentez Columbus had two touchdown catches while Chuck Worsham had  a 67 yard touchdown run and Cedric Holloway  had a 72 yard touchdown run. The Eagle defense also scored a safety. The Eagles finished the season 6-3.  Congrats

Varsity football beats St. Joe

On Homecoming night, Eagle Quarterback Eric Williams rushed for a touchdown and threw for one as the Eagles upended St. Joe 19-14. Williams threw a 7 yard TD pass to Tre Grey for a score and ran 65 yards for another. Jayden Miller also scored on a 13 yard TD run. On the night Williams

Freshman football shuts out Washington

Quentez Columbus threw four touchdown passes, two to James Williams and 1 each to Chuck Worsham and Sylvester Orozco as the Eagles shutout Washington 33-0.  Columbus also added a touchdown run and had 2 extra points to lead the Eagles. Adams is now 4-3 on the season.

JV football loses to Washington

Jonathan Eades had the lone  TD  for the Eagles but Adams dropped a 35-7 decision to Washington. Brenden Foster had 80 yards receiving on 8 catches. Sydney Jefferies had 70 yds receiving on 4 catches. The Eagles are now 1-4 on the year and will play St. Joe on Saturday to wrap up the season.

Varsity Football comes from behind

Eric Williams rushed 18 times for 101 yards and threw for 130  yards and two touchdowns while Tre Gray caught 9 balls for 125 yards as the Eagles beat Washington 26-21. The Eagles are now 2-6 overall.  They finish the regular season next Friday at home against St. Joe.