Berkeley Boys Varsity Football

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Packers’ assistant and Berkeley Alum Maurice Drayton ‘Lifting as he climbs’

Green Bay Packers Maurice Drayton special teams assistant coach Maurice Drayton is shown during the second quarter of their game Sunday, December 25, 2018 at Soldier Field in Chicago, Ill. The Chicago Bears beat the Green Bay Packers 24-17. MARK HOFFMAN/MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL Packers17 33 Hoffman A paper route kept bringing Maurice Drayton along to

Important Information For Attending Football Game at Wando

TICKETS ARE ONLINE ONLY!!!! All spectators entering the stadium must be wearing a mask. Bandannas or “gaiters” are not approved. They will have some available at the ticket check in. Fans are asked to sit on the rows with Blue tape on them and sit with your family, but be sure to sit 6 feet away from

2020 Football Ticket Purchasing Plan

2020 Football Ticket Purchasing Plan Bonner Stadium will be limited to 2000 spectators at each home event this season.  In an effort to ensure that home and visiting teams have equal opportunities to purchase tickets, the following plan will be put in place each week: Monday and Tuesday:   Students participating in the event will

Attention All Interested Football Players

Any Middle Schoolers interested in playing football at Berkeley High School in 2020 should fill out the form in the link below.  We are currently planning for the 2020 Season and need to get information for prospective players.  Berkeley High School will have 3 teams, Varsity 10th-12th grades, JV 9th-10th grades and B-Team 7th-8th grades.  This information will help us get

Stags rally to win classic Two historical heavyweights in the Lowcountry tacked on a classic to their long list of encounters on Friday. Down by 18 in the first half, Berkeley rallied to force overtime with a touchdown and crucial extra point in the last minute of regulation then won it, 40-37, on a 7-yard touchdown pass from Willie

Stags roll, prepare for trip to Ashley Ridge The Berkeley High School football team eased into the regular season without its starting quarterback because of a foot injury. As it turned out, it was just a Minor problem. Stags backup quarterback Tre Minor threw for 324 yards and four touchdowns to power the Stags past visiting Stall High School 56-12 on Friday.