Football Team Ends Regular Season With A Win


Maya McCall '20, Editor-In-Chief

Despite being body scanned for weapons and drugs at the door, the Episcopal football team dominated in their final regular season game against Stanton. 

The cheerleaders were festively dressed up for Halloween as hula dancers, angels and an assortment of animals, greeting eager trick-or-treaters as they passed by. 

On the other side of the track however, the vibe was not nearly as cheerful. To be honest, there was very little hype on our side of the field at all, the Eagles were laser focused on their goal: to make it to the playoffs. This drive and determination is what led them to victory as they scored a total of 48 points (7 touchdowns).

The team, and more specifically the defense, was so successful that the Blue Devils were unable to score in the 3rd quarter. However, the offense was obviously successful as well. Ershod Jasey ‘22 led the team in rushing yards with 187, and Langston Hardy ‘21 scored 18 points. 

At the end of the night the scoreboard read 48-12, and the playoff schedules were set to be released the following Sunday. Hopefully the Episcopal community will be able to cheer our team on next week at home as they look to move forward in the postseason.

Image courtesy of Maya McCall ’20.