Today the Steele Knights defeated San Antonio’s Brennan Bears, 38-7. It was a 2pm game which was awesome because for once it wasn’t almost midnight when we got home. When you have three kids ages 3 and under, you consider this to be a huge treat! Besides the Knights’ usual stellar performance on the field, the most notable… Continue reading Onto Round 3!
Tonight at New Braunfels’ homecoming game, the Knights defeated the Unicorns, 47-3, bringing this season’s record to 8-0. And I didn’t watch hardly any of it as usual, but it was for a different (and much more fun) reason than being stressed out by my kids! I had some special company at the game with… Continue reading Knights Defeat the Unicorns, Now 8-0
Tonight it wasn’t just the sky that was filled with electricity. The Steele Knights were about as powered up as the lightning bolts coming down around Lehnhoff Stadium prior to the game’s start. We began the game strong, driving swiftly down the field and scoring our first touchdown just a little over 2 minutes into… Continue reading Knights Remain Undefeated, 5-0
I am so happy to report that the Knights beat Dallas area’s Desoto tonight in quite a nail-biter, 35-33! This comes after our very tough loss last year to them (read about that here), so the victory was extra sweet! The Knights had a few fumbles and issues, but overall played great! It was a close one… Continue reading Knights Get Redemption Against Desoto
Before I write anything, I must profusely thank Scott’s mom and dad for braving the 6 hour round trip in the car with me and three kids under age three, not to mention one of them being sick (read more below) and a hot football game in 90-100 degree weather!! There’s no way I could have… Continue reading Knights Defeat Panthers, 45-0
Today was Steele’s annual scrimmage against San Antonio’s Johnson High School, and not only was it a dry run for both teams, but it was also a dry run for me with 3 small kids! That said, I can’t tell you much about the game as I was focused on not losing a small child… Continue reading Steele Scrimmage: A Dry Run for All