Benton game day moved
The game scheduled for Wednesday, 10/22 has been moved to Monday, 10/27. The game will still be here at Gainesville.
PARENT HELP: HOME Game Gate Help vs Benton
I hate to have to bother you all, but we really need someone to step up and work the gates for our home game Monday vs Benton! We would need you there at 4pm and collect through halftime. Please contact Coach Ball or Mr. Cadolino, our athletic director if you are able to help out. Thank you all for your continued support of the Gainesville Athletic Program.
2014-15 GAINESVILLE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
Wednesday 9/24 Gainesville @ Metz (W) 20-6
Thursday 10/2 Gainesville @ Bull Run (W) 32-6
Thursday 10/9 Gainesville @ Reagan (W) 28-0
Thursday 10/16 Parkside @ Gainesville (W) 28-12
Monday 10/27 Benton @ Gainesville
Thursday 10/30 Marsteller @ Gainesville
|10/16/2014 ||The Hawks kept up their undefeated season with a 28-12 victory over Parkside yesterday. It was a nice atmosphere in front of a big home crowd. Once again Caden Caparella was a man possessed, running for over 100 yards and two touchdowns. Elijah Crenshaw also had a nice day on the ground, picking up touchdown runs of 15 and 65 yards. Jalen Smalls added a 10 yd touchdown run. The Hawks defensive line was dominant, creating confusion and stopping Parkside in the backfield on several occasions. 7th grader Cooper Rhue made several nice tackles from the corner position, keeping Parkside's outside attack in check. Daniel Morales lead the Hawks running attack in the second half, earning 82 hard-fought yards on the ground. A special thanks to Mr. Ballas and the band, and the Hawks cheerleaders for making our homecoming so sweet! The Hawks are off next week, but will face visiting Benton on Monday, October 27th. |
|10/9/2014 ||The Gainesville Hawks continued their winning ways with a 28-0 statement win over Reagan on Thursday. Caden Caparella rumbled for 145 yds. and three touchdowns as the Hawks offensive line opened up massive running lanes. C.J. Simmons, Noah Linden, Desmond Dingle, J.T. Allen, Nick Cappanelli, and Jhamal Jackson controlled the line of scrimmage with good, clean blocking. Desmond Dingle was particularly impressive at the guard position, pulling around the end and providing a couple of "oohs" and "ahhs" with some pancake blocking. Elijah Crenshaw also ran the ball well, dodging and weaving for 85 yards rushing and a touchdown. The defense overcame a couple of early miscues to respond in fine fashion. Mason Finn and J.T. Allen collected four tackles each. Jalen Smalls made his debut at free safety and recorded two interceptions. Chayce Chalmers played well at defensive end and also caught a two point conversion early in the game. The Hawks were inspired by the sideline visit of Ryan Kindel, who had suffered a recent injury. Look for the Hawks to return home to the nest and welcome visiting Parkside next Thursday! |
The Hawks Football Team improved its record to 2-0, defeating Bull Run on the road, 32-6. Caden Caparella rushed for 68 yards and two touchdowns. The offensive line did a good job opening holes and allowed 3 different players to score. Elijah Crenshaw and J.T. Allen also ran the ball well. The Hawks defense also was a swarming presence, as they put pressure on the Eagles QB from the start. Connor Griffith led the team with 1.5 sacks. Jhamal Jackson and Chayce Chalmers also got to the quarterback for the Hawks. Peyton Puhlick and Mason Finn both collected 3 tackles each to lead the Gainesville Defense. The "road warriors" will head to undefeated Ronald Reagan Middle next Thursday for a battle of unbeaten teams. Come on out and cheer them on!
The Gainesville Hawks football squad started off the season with a solid effort on the road, resulting in a 20-6 victory over Metz. Jalen Smalls led the offensive attack from the quarterback position, scampering into the end zone twice. Caden Caparella racked up an impressive amount of yards on the ground, running over would-be tacklers on the way to 96 yards rushing. Elijah Crenshaw ran tough as well, adding a touchdown after a clever pitch by Smalls. Nate Stoneberger, Jhamal Jackson, Desmond Dingle, Daniel Davis and Chayce Chalmers all blocked well to free up the Hawk running attack.
Defensively, the Hawks shut down the Mustang attack in the first half. Caden Caparella and C.J. Simmons seemed to be in the backfield every play, causing all sorts of headaches and making a ton of tackles. Mason Finn also played impressively from the linebacker position, flying from sideline to sideline to make big tackles. C.J. Godfrey made a nice pass breakup from the safety position.
The Hawks will be on the road again next Thursday to face Bull Run.
MS Physical form for 2014-15 is the same as 2012-13.
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