Nighthawks Complete Spring Practice

 

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Your Nighthawks wrapped up a great spring practice wednesday with an impressive showing in the jamboree. The boys played hard and as a team. Thank you coaches for the positive attitude that you are instilling in this team and allowing the atmosphere for its continued growth. The comraderie amoung the boys is unlike what we have ever seen. Bonds are being formed and traditions are being started.

Thanks parents for getting your boys out to practice. We know this is a busy time with end of school activities.

Look forward to seeing everybody on july 18th.

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College Football Signee

Congratulations to Jacob Reithemeyer! He has signed with Lyon College over offers from Millsaps College, Morthland College, Kentucky Christian, Cumberland and Rhodes. Jacob is the first homeschooler in Memphis to sign a football scholarship. Will you be next?  #NighthawkStrong

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Spring Meeting 2016

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The Nighthawks will be kicking off our 2016 season with the annual spring meeting, March 24 (6:30pm) All players and parents interested in Nighthawks Football are welcome to join us at Eagle Heights Community Church (9408 Macon Rd) If you know anyone who may be interested in football, feel free to invite them out as well. We will be discussing topics such as:

•Schedule
•Uniforms
•Weight Program
•National Championship
•Spring Practice
•Dues
•And much more!

Hope to see everyone out. #NighthawkStrong

 

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

http://www.hudl.com/athlete/6236750/jacob-reithemeyer

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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.