There will be a meeting for anyone interested in playing football next year on Wednesday, February 14, 2018, during the break in the lecture room. Any questions or you will not be at the meeting, please see Coach Fraser or Coach Snead.
Our home football game this Friday is against Spotswood. This game will be our breast cancer awareness/”pink out” game! The football and cheerleading teams have partnered together to raise awareness and at the same time raise funds to help tackle breast cancer. Make sure to come out and support the teams and their cause, and don’t forget to wear your pink!!
The Harrisonburg Blue Streaks have challenged the Turner Ashby Knights to a contest to see who can collect the most food for local families in need. Bring your canned food to Friday night's football game at HHS and place it with the TA donations.
This does not effect your entrance into the game. You will still need to pay to get into the game. Let's show the Streaks what the Knights can do to help our community.
This tonight at the last regular season home football game against Broadway, TAHS will be helping the Salvation Army kick off their campaign season by hosting the Red Kettle Campaign Challenge. There will be 2 TA kettles and 1 Broadway kettle. Please help TA “win” the challenge by placing your generous donations in our kettles! Thank you for your support!!
*We are looking for student volunteers to be kettle bell ringers. Please text Karen Powell at 560-2774 if you are interested.
Congratulations to all the football players who maxed out in the weight room. The top dead lifters are: Cody Warner and Zane Evans both at 455 lbs., Ross Detamore at 445 lbs., and Hunter May at 415. The top bench: Hunter May, 270, Ross Detamore 260 and Zane Evans 245. All players improved: Shelvin Arey, Jarred Clatterbuck, Ryan Johns, Clay Warford, P. Carte.
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