Grady Boys Junior Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 0 - 2
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Football Team Gives Back at Local Elementary School

Atlanta, GA – Grady Football spent the morning of Thursday February 13 in community service at Scott Elementary School. Head Coach Kevin Clark, Chick Fil A Peach Bowl Play It Smart Coach Travis Stroud,  and eight Knights players administered a free Vision Screening for 149 students and visited classrooms to read with the kids. Sponsored

Football All-Region Team 6-AAAAA

Congratulations to the following Grady players recognized as part of the all-region team for 6-AAAAA, as voted by the league’s coaches: First Team Offense:                     RB Craig Philpot, Sr Second Team Offense:                WR Zaire Thornton, So. Second Team Defense:                DL Quillan Felton, Sr and LB Cameron Campbell, Sr Honorable Mention, Offense:       WR DuJwan Washington Honorable Mention,

Grady Knights Football would like to Thank our Sponsors

We would like to thank all our 2017 Football sponsors and encourage the Grady Community to support them with a special hello. Without the sponsors our season would not be what it is and our team and our school is forever thankful.  Thanks sponsors, you make us Noble Knights.

Varsity Knights, great coaching, time management, and a win against the Raiders (35-32)

It was senior night at Riverwood stadium in Sandy Springs, the last away game for the Grady Knights of the football season. With something to prove, the Knights came out pumped and ready and a score within the first 8 minutes of the game.  Reading the Riverwood Raiders offense seemed to be as easy as

Varsity Knights take crushing defeat against the Jaguars (7-45)

Walking the tunnel into the new Mercedes Benz Stadium will be unforgettable in many ways. Being able to simulate the life of a NFL team, play on a NFL created turf, the glitz and glamour of Halo-Tron showing the scores, replays and highlights. Also, understanding what means to suffer defeat and be able to walk

Varsity Knights win homecoming against the Spartans (30 -26)

To watch the Grady Knights warm up before the game you knew something was in the air. Even though it was Friday 13th and anything was bound to happen, the Knights put on their best armor to honor those alumni coming home. The coin toss awarded the Knights first possession, and although they made it

Varsity Knights have a close game against the Panthers (22-15)

The Grey Knights fought hard against the top team in the region and almost pulled out a win over the Carver Panthers. The first half remained scoreless, until Grady scores with 35 seconds left before halftime. In the second half, Carver was able to score with 4:16 remaining in the game, leaving the score 15-8 with

Varsity Knights take a fighting loss from Decatur Bulldogs (48 – 21)

The Grady Knights started the game down but rallied back to only six points behind at the start of the second half (Knights 21 – Bulldogs 27).  The team made several plays to move the ball but were unsuccessful with getting into the end zone. Decatur capitalized on the turn over on downs to increase the lead and