• June 4Havre de Grace High School: Enter to Learn, Leave to Serve

Havre de Grace Warriors Football Recap

Varsity warriors showing their support for the pledge of allegiance at the homecoming game.

Danielle Hartman and Kayla Veres

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The Havre de Grace Varsity football team, had a record of 11-2. Although our teams season ended with a score of 52-27 against Dunbar High in Baltimore.

Senior Prince Cozart states, “It was a great season. I learned that You don’t know everything, you have to allow people to teach you things. It’s one of the highest teams in the state. It’s a family. There’s a lot of things that contributed to the lost against Dunbar. You win some, you lose some. You can’t win all. There’s a 50/50 chance when you step on the field.”. The football players are proud of how the season has gone.

Junior Evan Gainey states, “I was taught not to doubt a team. Focus on who you play next. This season went pretty well for the seniors.”. The team put up an interesting game for states. Some of the team did not expect the season to go as well as it has gone. Junior Jordan White states, “It went really well. Better than I had expected it to be.”.

This year was Timothy Hitchcock’s first year as a coach at Havre de Grace High School. He has stated, “We had a very good year. It was my first time being a part of the team, and I had a lot of fun. I’m really looking forward to next season. The record was 11-2, I’ve learned about the family mentality the team has. I think it was a really good thing for me getting welcomed into the school. It’s always tough to lose, but at least we were losing to one of the better teams. We didn’t lose to a team that we should have won against”.

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Havre de Grace Warriors Football Recap