Did you know Springfield has an 8 man football team?
Number 30, Noah Edmondson scampers down field for a Patriots Touchdown.
Tucked in on the Southside of Springfield is a small Christian School that lists a high school enrollment of about 100 and a total enrollment of 300 students. South Haven Christian School’s football team is probably the best team you’ve never heard of. The SHCS Patriots are a member of the Tennessee Association of Christian Schools (TACS) and are currently ranked number one in the state, with only 2 games left before the playoffs.
Friday night, October 11, at Springfield’s Martin Luther King Park, South Haven will honor its seniors while hosting the Memphis FCA Nighthawks in a non-conference game that will surely be packed with excitement. The Nighthawks team has amassed a record of 6-0 and has outscored its opponents an average of 39-10. FCA comes off its latest win (62-12) against Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Number 33, Sabin Deamers and number 12 Drew Seaford blitz the Pleasant View Backfield.
The Patriot offense is led by Noah Edmondson, a junior quarterback, who is one in a bevy of backs that prides itself on a strong ground game. The defense is an aggressive hard-hitting squad that has left its opponents reeling due to what they call a “Wolf-Pack” mentality.
Sabin Demers (Sr.) and Drew Seaford (So.) lead a strong linebacker corps. Vincent Henry a 6-1, 240 pound Sophomore has made offensive lines and backfields miserable with his strength and blazing speed. South Haven Football has proven itself to be a winning program and a solid group of young men. Kick-off is at 7:00 pm. Come see a great night of football and support your South Haven Patriots. So needless to say, if you like to watch to great teams go head to head with a “Wolf-Pack” mentality the here you go. Don’t miss it, here’s a Google-Map to the game. Photos Courtesy of LifeExposures.com
Number 7, Vincent Campbell pursues Pleasant View Christian in a broken play
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