The Hilltopper

Colonels down Bluebirds in Regional Championships

Junior+Dylan+Turner%2C+senior+Nate+Roberts%2C+senior+Austin+King%2C+senior+Cooper+Schwalbach%2C+senior+Trent+Johnson%2C+senior+Grady+Cramer%2C+and+sophomore+Joe+Buten+stand+on+the+field+waiting+for+the+play+to+start.%0A
Back to Article
Back to Article

Colonels down Bluebirds in Regional Championships

Junior Dylan Turner, senior Nate Roberts, senior Austin King, senior Cooper Schwalbach, senior Trent Johnson, senior Grady Cramer, and sophomore Joe Buten stand on the field waiting for the play to start.

Junior Dylan Turner, senior Nate Roberts, senior Austin King, senior Cooper Schwalbach, senior Trent Johnson, senior Grady Cramer, and sophomore Joe Buten stand on the field waiting for the play to start.

Junior Dylan Turner, senior Nate Roberts, senior Austin King, senior Cooper Schwalbach, senior Trent Johnson, senior Grady Cramer, and sophomore Joe Buten stand on the field waiting for the play to start.

Junior Dylan Turner, senior Nate Roberts, senior Austin King, senior Cooper Schwalbach, senior Trent Johnson, senior Grady Cramer, and sophomore Joe Buten stand on the field waiting for the play to start.

Kenzie Poynter, Staff

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






Highlands High School lost in an intense game 36-0 against Covington Catholic on Friday.

 

Covington Catholic took the lead at halftime with a score of 7-0. Coach Scott Turner thinks they worked well but could have done better.

“We defended well in the first half, but I felt like we could have worked on the mental errors, and we could have sustained the blocks we had better”

 

In the second half, Covington Catholic scored 4 more touchdowns and won the game 36-0. The Bluebirds ended with a record of 10-3.

 

Coach Brian Weinrich shared his thoughts on the game.

“I’m obviously disappointed in the outcome, but I felt we played hard and represented the school well”

 

Senior Ben Sisson felt as though the players kept fighting till the end of the game.

“We gave a great effort and proved a lot of people wrong and came together as a team all season and constituently improved the doubters wrong even though it didn’t end up as we wouldn’t have liked.”  

 

Quarterback Grady Cramer, senior, felt emotional about his last game playing on the HHS football team.

“It was sad and I’m upset that we lost but I know we had a great season. Knowing it was my last game, I put myself out there, I put everything loose and tried my best.”

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Leave a Comment

If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar.




Navigate Left
  • Colonels down Bluebirds in Regional Championships

    News

    Dayton Devils Dominated by Highlands

  • Colonels down Bluebirds in Regional Championships

    News

    Highlands Bowling Team sweeps NCC

  • Colonels down Bluebirds in Regional Championships

    News

    Girls’ Basketball dominate in Dayton

  • Colonels down Bluebirds in Regional Championships

    News

    Bluebirds crush Colonels 57-51

  • Colonels down Bluebirds in Regional Championships

    News

    Highlands Bowling Beats Dayton

  • Colonels down Bluebirds in Regional Championships

    Feature

    Sophomore Maggie Schroeder Runs in National Race

  • News

    Hoops for Hunger

  • Colonels down Bluebirds in Regional Championships

    News

    Power outage takes over Highlands

  • News

    Students in spirit: week of November 12th

  • Colonels down Bluebirds in Regional Championships

    News

    Seniors Become 3x PowderPuff Champions

Navigate Right
The student news site of Highlands High School
Colonels down Bluebirds in Regional Championships