Congratulations!

Congratulations to Jacob Reithemeyer, Nighthawks defensive player of the year 2015. He has been offered to play football for Millsaps College, Lyon College and Morthland College. As our program grows, our athletes are gaining more and more recognition from college football teams. Will you be next? Be Strong. #NighthawkStrong

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2015 Nighthawks Award Winners

 

nhfootballlogoThe 2015 season was a successful year for a great group of seniors. Evan Merryman finished 30th in the state in rushing and 4th overall for all homeschoolers in the nation as well as 32nd in scoring for TN and 5th for homeschoolers. Alongside Evan was Jacob Reithemeyer, who was 10th in the state in sacks and 2nd in the nation for all homeschoolers. Evan and Jacob finished their senior season as the Nighthawks all-time leading rusher and pass rusher respectively. Harrison Inman, Josh “Longhorns” Gramm, and Hunter Wilson also received team awards for their amazing senior seasons. Congratulations to all of them!

Nighthawks Team MVP

Evan Merryman

Offensive Player of the Year

Harrison Inman

Defensive Player of the Year

Jacob Reithemeyer

Christ-like Attitude

Hunter Wilson

Most Improved

“Longhorns”

2015 Season Comes to a Close

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Congratulations to the 2015 Memphis Nighthawks on a hard fought season. If you want to be the best, you must learn from the best and this year your Nighthawks played the 4A and 3A homeschool national champions, a TSSAA D2 semi-finalist, and an Alabama homeschool state champion. Every drill we practiced, every play we ran, and every game we played we did so that we could learn from our mistakes and come out better for it in the end. We will take what we learned this year as we go into the off-season so that next year, we will be the best. Let the off-season training begin.

Nighthawks Defeat Booker T. Warriors

nhfootballlogoYour Memphis Nighthawks pulled out the win tonight in their usual huddle-up, no-hurry fashion 20-14 against the Warriors. Evan Merryman led the way with 15 carries for 120 yards and 2 touchdowns on the ground. Drew Sartain was second in rushing with 68 yards on only 8 carries. The win was sealed after Avron Townsend blocked Booker T’s punt directly into Evan, who then streaked his was down the field for the final score.

The Nighthawks are now 2-1 on the season and will face Hamilton High School in a neutral contest @Whitehaven next week.

Nighthawks Hudl

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The Nighthawks hudl page is officially up! Hudl is one of the main tools players can use to get noticed by colleges, so help support them by watching their highlights after each game. The more views they get, the more they’ll be seen by colleges.  Check back after each game to watch them. You can find our Hudl page by clicking Here.