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(by Kaden Edwards)

Tri-State Crusaders Brian Shafer said his team needed to stay disciplined after an 0-2 start, and that’s what he got in a 26-16 victory.To start the game WR Rishaun Green got a big kickoff return touchdown.The defense looked good. The first score of the game for the game Tri-State Crusaders came from their defense when QB Luke Baker threw a pick six. He later then made up for it by connecting with WR Robert Green on a short pass which ended up on a touchdown,he said "I'm the fastest on the team." He's been showing it on that kickoff return touchdown last game against Calumet Christian,and he showed it again on that big run after catch.

One of the players that stood out on defense was LB Bryce Girschle. It seems like he's making almost every tackle. One of the best plays of the game was when QB Luke Baker threw an inaccurate throw and it hit the defender and ended up in WR Brennan Hines's hands. It seemed like he was making catch after catch. The kickoff return TD wasn't enough for Rishaun Green, he caught a bomb from QB Luke Baker and then juked his way into the endzone. The Crusaders couldn't get anything going, it seemed like everyone was getting in on the run game. The defense was able to get the offense on the field a lot. Luke did throw a couple more interceptions, but when he was moving the offense down the field, it was usually because he was able to get it in WR Brennan Hines's hands. At the end they were getting tired, but they still only allowed 16 points. The Patriots ended up winning the game 26-16. I hope to see them win their next game against Calumet Christian.

(by National Desk)

   MEMBER    Coastal Hurricanes take on Crisp Academy #ECBuzz

(by Kaden Edwards)

Grand Valley Christian Patriots The first game of the year for the Grand Valley Christian Patriots led by Coach Brian Shafer ended up in a 33-14 loss to Crossroads Christian.The run defense looked good but the offense couldn't get much going.When they would get some good plays the Crusaders would take it right back.The Patriots turned it over too much which gave the Crusaders great field position.The secondary looked great though,coming up with interceptions.The problem with that was the Patriots threw even more interceptions which forced the defense to make plays.

The next game however started strong.QB Luke Baker looked good.The offensive line provided little protection for him but he was able to escape and make plays with his legs.He was putting up touchdowns and the defense made stops, letting him get back out there.After a while though they got pretty predictable because there was no run game.Which allowed constant pressure on the QB.Thankfully the defense wasn't allowing much.After Calumet Christian scored a couple touchdowns, DB Robert Green got the crowd going with a kickoff return touchdown.Calumet Christian wasn't giving up though as they tied it up and eventually ended up winning the game 26-33.

I hope to see them get their first win against the Tri-State Crusaders when they play in Indiana this weekend.

(by Stu Stephenson)

   MEMBER    NVHAA Centurions' Jayden Thrash is brought down after a long gain in the NVHAA Centurions' 32-21 win vs the FCA Bucks on Saturday August 31st. #ECBuzz!

(by National Desk)

EVAC EaglesVarsity Flag Football wins their game openers, a double header against Eduprize, 28-27 and 26-6.

(by National Desk)

   MEMBER    #ECBuzz Greenville Hurricanes Football back on the field for a pre-season scrimmage vs. Christ Church! Regular season begins 9/5 vs. Greenville High

(by STAFF Reporter)

   MEMBER    NVHAA Centurions Football Camp well underway! Excellent training, team building, food, and location at Shenandoah Springs Camp and Retreat Center in Madison, VA #ECBuzz

(by STAFF Reporter)
DASCHE Spartans Football (Texas) Great first practice of the season in full gear.

(by Virginia Spartans in Roanoke)

The Virginia Spartans Homeschool Football team in the Roanoke Valley enjoyed a recent football camp hosted by Coach Mark Harrison of the Craig County Football Team. Bluefield College Head Coach Lusk and Ferrum College Coach Summers were on hand to speak to the players.

by Michael Cousar, Anderson Cavaliers
The Anderson Cavaliers Football team wrapped up another spring practice with the Annual Blue-white game. Looking forward to the 2019 High school football season!!!

BVCHEA Football spring training 2019

Sports Banquet for Indianapolis Crimson Knights Football and Cheerleaders

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