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Spring Football Information and Countdown

Spring Football is right around the corner and the Football Staff is excited to see the players coming out this year. Below you will find important information regarding spring football this year. Please read the information to eliminate confusion in the coming weeks. Please direct questions about Spring Practice to Head Football Coach Joe Marion.

Weather Updates and Information: Wednesday April 15th

Stay tuned for Weather updates, game cancellations, and practice changes for today, Wednesday, April 15th. Cancelled Practices JV Girls Soccer Boys and Girls Track Cancelled Meets and Games Berkeley County Track Meet (moved to Thursday) Baseball vs West Ashley (Moved to Thursday at 6PM)

IMPORTANT PRE-SCREENING INFORMATION: PRE-PARTICIPATION PHYSICALS

ALL ATHLETES MUST BE PRE-SCREENED TO GET THE FREE PRE-PARTICIPATION PHYSICAL. PRIOR TO BEING PRE-SCREENED ATHLETES MUST HAVE 2 SEPARATE AREAS OF THE PRE-SCREENING FORM SIGNED BY A PARENT OR GUARDIAN. IF THIS ISN’T SIGNED THE PRE-SCREENING CANNOT TAKE PLACE. HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETES ARE ALSO REMINDED THAT EACH SPORT HAS A SPECIFIC PRE-SCREENING TIME DESIGNATED.

Deveaux Sets New School Record; Boy’s Track Wins Father Kelly

Senior Discus thrower TJ Deveaux broke his own school record by more than four feet, and the Stratford Boy’s won the Father Kelly Classic held at Bishop England High School. Deveaux threw the discus 171 feet 9 inches to best his previous school record. He feels this record may again be broken and thinks he

Tolar Picks Up Win #700, As Knights Defeat Cobras 4-3

Nikki Linthicum would show what she is made of, helping the Knights rebound from a rough first inning to lead Stratford  to a 4-3 win over Cane Bay on Tuesday at Stratford. The win also marked a monumental milestone for Head Coach Debra Tolar; win #700. Cane Bay had no answer for Linthicum when she

Baseball Hosts Elementary Night Friday, April 24th

Elementary School Night (Friday April 24th vs Cane Bay) Elementary School aged children may enter the game for free with the purchase of an adult ticket. (2 per adult) Schools will have signs on the bleachers indicating their schools seating section. Students are encouraged to wear their school’s spirit shirt. Between the 1st and 2nd

Varsity Softball Races Past James Island 19-0

The Stratford Knights Varsity softball team got off to a fast start Friday night, and never looked back, coasting to a 19-0 win over region foe James Island. The Knights scored three runs in the first courtesy beginning with a Madison Ackerman double, scoring Nikki Linthicum who had reached on an error. Harmon would then

JV Girls Soccer get a win on the road against the Goose Creek Gators

JV Girls Soccer team defeated the Gators 3-0 on Friday night.  Angela Martinez had two goals and Jackie Godinez with one.  Both girls led a strong offense as strikers.  They took advantage of the breakaways and were able to finish the shot.  Defensively, the sweeper, Marian Mayen did a great job controlling the back and