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Thank You Athletic Booster Club!

The Stratford Athletic Department and all of the athletic teams would like to say “Thank You” to our athletic booster club. Without the work of these men and women we aren’t sure where Stratford Athletics would be. The booster club is always looking for new faces to join the mix and would love to have

Girl’s Tennis Defeats Goose Creek 5-2

The Stratford Knights Varsity Girl’s Tennis team defeated Goose Creek, 5 games to 2 on Tuesday night. Winning for the Knights in singles play were, Chrisia Class, Regan Cady, Celeste Class, and Catherine Carr. The Knights picked up the fifth win of the match when Chrisia Class and Regan Cady won their doubles match. Photos

Volleyball Sweeps Timberland

The Lady Knights Volleyball teams played host to Timberland on Tuesday for a non-region matchup against the Lady Wolves. The JV team won 2-0 (27-25, 25-18) and are now 6-5 on the season. The Varsity team won 3-1 (25-20, 22-25, 25-23, 25-23). They are now 4-7 (0-5 in region) on the season. The Lady Knights

Stratford Swim Teams Place 4th @ Region Meet

The Region 7-AAAA swim meet was held Saturday, September 27th, at the Crowfield Pool. The Stratford Knights Boys and Girls teams both placed 4th. On the Girl’s side Wando ran away with the Championship, outpacing second place James Island by over 50 points. The top finishers for the Girl’s team were Amber Hunt, finishing 3rd

Cross Country Teams Finish 18th @ Low Country Invitational

The Stratford High School Boys and Girls cross country teams were in action this past weekend at the Low Country Invitational held at Mullet Hall Equestrian Center. The Girls Team finished in 18th place, out of 37 teams, with a total time of 1:44:37. The Top finisher for the Girl’s team was Bethany Reeves with

Friday Football Preview: Summerville

  Game Information Opponent: Summerville High School Date: Friday, October 3rd, 2014, 7:30 p.m. (ET) Site: John McKissick Field Stadium: Memorial Stadium Last Year: Stratford Won 28-26  Stratford Notables Stratford is 3-2 in regular season play to this point in the season. The Knights are averaging 24.6 points per game on offense. The Knights Defense is giving up an

Knights Defeat Hanahan 16-0

The Stratford Knights Varsity football team improved to 3-2 on the season, by beating visiting Hanahan High School 16-0. The Knights relied on a dominant defense and clock management by the offense to secure the victory at home. The Knight’s defense limited the Hawks to 39 total offensive snaps and forced 4 turnovers. The Knight’s


The Stratford High School Cheerleaders are hosting their fall cheer camp on Saturday, October 4th. This is a great opportunity for those interested in cheerleading to gain some experience and have some fun with the cheerleaders of Stratford High. Participants in the camp will participate in the annual “Pink Out” football game. Anyone interested in

JV Football: Knights Defeat Hanahan 21-7

The Stratford JV Football team used bend, but don’t break defense, and a resilient offense to defeat the Hawks 21-7 at Hanahan on Thursday night. The Knights overcame some self inflicted mistakes and untimely penalties to defeat the Hawks. The defense came up big on several key possessions, with Nick Page blocking a punt deep