We’re getting in the short rows for Harrells Christian Academy’s football season. With just seven games on their schedule, the Crusaders are looking to run the tables on another great season. Standing in their way this week is Ravenscroft, another Wake County foe that requires a drive to Raleigh for HCA.
The Harrells Crusaders football team got arguably their most impressive win of the season on Friday night and in doing so ran their record to 4-0. Hosting Hickory Grove Christian School, the Crusaders sprinted out to 48-14 victory, remaining unblemished on their record with three games to go.
Harrells Christian Academy enters Week 4 of their 2020 football campaign at 3-0. Off to a promising start, the Crusaders are hopeful to remain undefeated and run their record to 4-0. To do that, they’ll have to overcome the challenges that Hickory Grove Christian Academy present.
The Harrells Crusaders football team improved to 3-0 on Friday after hosting their first home football game of the 2020 season. It wasn’t without difficulty, though, as the Crusaders had to stave off a fourth quarter rally from the Carolina Bearcats to secure a narrow 42-37 victory.
The Harrells Crusaders look to improve to 3-0 Friday night when they host the Carolina Bearcats football squad out of Charlotte. Tonight’s contest will mark the Crusaders first contest under their own lights for the 2020 season. Let’s dive right in and take a look at tonight’s match.
Back on the field for the second time in the same week, the Harrells Crusaders Football team hit the road up to Wake County on Friday night to take on North Raleigh Christian Academy on the gridiron. What started out as a low-scoring, defensive battle in the first half quickly turned into a route in the latter stages of the game as the Crusaders captured a 23-0 victory.
Harrells Christian Academy will take to the road again this evening, this time up to Wake County to take on North Raleigh Christian Academy. The Crusaders squeaked by Trinity this past Monday while the Knights took a 21-14 loss to Cabarrus Academy. Let’s dive in and take a look at what Friday night’s game has to offer.
After being postponed Friday night due to weather, the Harrells Crusaders got their football season officially underway on Monday night when they traveled to Fayetteville to take on Trinity Christian School on the gridiron. A rainy night still greeted the players, perhaps causing disruptions in play styles, but after what turned out to be a hard-nosed, defensive battle, it was Harrells that eked out the victory with a thrilling 7-6 final score.
After a year-long battle of uncertainty for sports across the state of North Carolina amid the COVID-19 pandemic, one area school will finally suit up for a gridiron showdown under the lights on Friday nights. That school is Harrells Christian Academy, whose Crusaders football unit will travel to Fayetteville for an NCISAA showdown with Trinity Christian School.
Mintz Christian Academy continued their fall sports seasons on Tuesday. The Lions were set to host the Columbus Christian Pacers in three events, however, the soccer matchup was postponed for now. Junior varsity and varsity volleyball played on, however, and it was the homestanding Lady Lions securing straight set sweeps in both contests.