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Volleyball Senior Night

The Lady Knights played host to West Ashley for their final region match of season. Prior to the start of the varsity match the Lady Knights honored their three seniors: Cameron Howard, Summer James, and Jordan Price. The JV team started the evening with a 2-0 win over the Lady Wildcats. They are now 9-8 on

Cross Country Teams Take 3rd and 4th

The Stratford Girl’s and Boy’s Cross Country teams were in action last Wednesday, October 8th, for another home meet at Wanamaker Park. The Girl’s team placed 3rd and the Boy’s team placed 4th. This was a very competitive meet, and featured several of the top teams in the Lowcountry. The top five finishing girl’s teams

Football Program Says “Thanks” to Student Section!

The Stratford Football Program would like to say “Thank You” to our students for their support of the football team this year. It means a lot to our program, and you are a vital part of our program. We would like to ask for your continued support this Friday night, as we travel to Wando

Friday Football Preview: Wando

Game Information Opponent: Wando High School Date: Friday, October 17th, 2014, 7:30 p.m. (ET) Site: Old Wando High School Stadium: Warrior Stadium Last Year: Stratford Won Stratford Notables • Stratford is 5-2 in regular season play to this point in the season. • The Knights are averaging 27.9 points per game on offense. • The

Knights Complete Sweep of Cane Bay, 33-7

The Stratford Knights Varsity Football team completed the program sweep of the Cane Bay Cobras on Friday night. The Knights used a dominant defense, big passing game, and clutch kicking to defeat the Cobras 33-7. With the win the Knights move to 5-2 on the season and 1-0 in conference play. The loss drops Cane


ATTENTION PASS HOLDERS: The pass gate has changed. All passes will now enter through the left gate at the main entrance of the Football Field. New fencing behind the home stands has caused us to move our pass gate to make it safer for our dedicated fans. Thank you for your understanding and GO KNIGHTS!

Stratford Athletics Support Cancer Awareness!

The Stratford Football Team will participate in the annual “Pink Out Game”. The game is in support of Breast Cancer Awareness and the continued hope that one day there will be a cure. Players will be wearing pink arm bands in support of cancer awareness.The Knights will take on the Cane Bay Cobras at 7:30 PM


Thursday night under the lights was another success for the Stratford B-Team and JV football teams. The B-Team started the night off with a 29-6 victory over the Cobras. The B-Team defense held the Cobras off of the scoreboard until the very end of regulation, when they were able to punch it into the endzone