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#8 Running Back Larry Hill reflects on the Tigers' performance Friday night.

#8 Running Back Larry Hill reflects on the Tigers' performance Friday night.

Julia McCarthy

#8 Running Back Larry Hill reflects on the Tigers' performance Friday night.

Julia McCarthy

Julia McCarthy

#8 Running Back Larry Hill reflects on the Tigers' performance Friday night.

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The players were hyped. The cheerleaders were tired. The crowd was wild. The weather was perfect. And the game was amazing. The student section stayed standing thanks to Chaplain Jared’s persuasive words about having more school spirit for our football games. The atmosphere was filled with excitement and all you could see was a sea of black outfits throughout our stands for the #blackout game.

Holy Trinity’s football team played Berean Christian school Friday, September 7, absolutely destroying them 78-0. It had been a rough past couple of weeks for the Tigers as they had lost the two games before, but played a strong comeback game against the Eagles. It was a well-deserved win.

Junior Larry Hill was a standout player throughout the game scoring six touchdowns. Senior Tyrel Harris, sophomore James Blackstrain, and freshman Jadon Gowins all helped the team succeed by each scoring a touchdown as well. HT’s team is young, but that doesn’t stop them from being extremely talented. Senior quarterback Dru Nickson was proud of his team and said that all the guys on their team know how to work well with one another and can all do their parts when asked of them.

Other players, like senior Sullivan Altman, also said that what they did best during their game against Berean Christian was that they executed plays well. Everyone was on their game and where they were supposed to be, which lead to spot-on execution during the game. The 78-0 win was amazing and a major boost to their confidence. HT’s football team is looking forward to future games, now that they feel like they’ve got a great game under their belts, and of course, making the cheerleaders do 496 jumping jacks again.

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