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THESA Riders (Defending 2016 TAIAO State and NFHSCS Div III National Champions) ready to defend ) started off the season by accepting invitation to the premier football kickoff event in the State of Texas, "The Hico Super Saturday". The City of Hico, Texas hosts 4 games in one day and the 6 man football world focuses their attention to see some of the best action around. The Riders rolled big in the game defeating the Blum Bobcats 68 -22. Senior QB Ford Spigener along with seniors Nathan Smith, Damon Thompson,Jayce Chisum and Chase Ragsdale all played great on offense and Tristan Hawkes led the defense with 12 tackles.

In the second game of the season the Riders traveled to Arlington, Texas to take on the Defending TCAF Div 3 State Champion The St Paul Lions. Ford Spigener scored 8 TDs on the night with 4 rushing TDs and 4 Passing TDs. Chase Ragsdale caught all 4 of those TD passes. Senior Justin Simek led the defense with 14 tackles and the Riders won big again defeating the Lions 58-21. The Riders are now 2-0 and preparing to take on one of the premier public school programs in Texas the Strawn Greyhounds.



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In memoriam... Passing of former N.O.A.H. Head Coach Steven C. Gastulem "Coach G"

It is with heavy hearts that the Homeschool Football Federation and the NHFCS report the passing of former Tulsa N.O.A.H. Head Coach, AD and Board Member Steve Gastulem, affectionately known as "Coach G".

Gastulem, 57, was the second Varsity Head Coach in program history, taking over for Joe Blankenship after the 2011 season. A 1982 graduate & award winning Lineman of Baker University, Coach G had a distinguished coaching career that included winning multiple NHFCS National & Regional Championships as both Head Coach and Assistant Coach.

Last fall, Coach G was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer and on the evening of July 24th, after putting up a very hard fight... Steve passed from this world and went to be with his Lord & Savior.

Gastulem was a father of eight and had just celebrated 29 years of marriage to his beloved wife Kari this month.

Having coached along side Steve for two seasons with N.O.A.H., I can personally attest to the incredible impact Coach G had on the lives of those around him. Steve was a great man with a big heart and his presence will be dearly missed by all those who's lives he touched.

On behalf of the Homeschool Football Federation , the National Homeschool Football Championship Series and our founder, David Van, we say "Thank You" to Coach G for all that you gave to the sport, to your organization and most importantly... your players. God Bless you Coach. You most certainly had a great game!

Respectfully,

Jerome Davis
President, Homeschool Football Federation



Columbus Crusaders Participants at Speed Camp


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Hampton Road Generals New practice location has a weight room! (courtesy Amber Jordan Joyner )



Texas Wind Football Athletics Day 1 of Spring Football Camp is in the books


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North Georgia Falcons (TX) Falcons' new coach is no stranger to the program



Northside Lions (TX) officially have a few in the 300 club. Helmet sticker program is going great.



Hickory Hawks Football Congratulations to Keegan Ruark and Lance Cook Jr! Both have signed to play football for Campbell University this fall. They are HCA's first graduates to receive Division One scholorships! Go Knights!

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