River Ridge Boys Varsity Football

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  • Conference Record: N/A

2019 River Ridge Football

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Athletes of the Month!

Each month one athlete from each sport is nominated by their coach for having outstanding sportsmanship and leadership qualities. These athletes are invited to a breakfast sponsored by Pro Sports and are given an accolade to acknowledge their outstanding achievement. These athletes stand out in many ways from character to hard-work on and off the field.

Knights vs. Harrison

The Varsity Knights football team took a loss to the  Harrison Hoyas at Harrison Friday night.  Final score 49-0                                                      

Boys Varsity Football Pre-Game Prep.

At tonight’s varsity football game you can expect great things from the Knights! After a sit-down interview with our excellent head coach, Coach Collins here are some preparations the Knights have taken prior to tonight’s game. The boys’ varsity football team has shown great dedication and have committed to hours of strength and speed training,

JV Knights take a loss to the Harrison Hoyas

Knights Take a Tough Loss to Harrison Hoyas The JV Knights faced the Harrison Hoyas Thursday evening at home. Our Knights started out strong by moving the ball down the field on offense and getting a few stops the first half. After 2 mistakes by the defense and one scoop and score our boys entered

Knights JV Dominates South Cobb

Knights JV Dominates South Cobb Last night the River Ridge Knights JV team traveled to South Cobb High School to take on the Eagles. They played well in all facets of the game. Edgar Delgado had three touchdowns-2 rushing and 1 receiving. Andrew Bingham had a kick return for a touchdown late in the 2nd

PRE-GAME HYPE RRHS VS ETOWAH

Getting input from the head football coach, Coach Collins, before the game that starts at 7:30, he says, “Based off the first game, I believe we’re going to do well. We compete, the guys worked hard all summer long, they match up well against them, there an established 7-8 program but I think we have a

After Math Scrimmage

River Ridge held up a good front up until the second quarter. Francisco Altamirano was injured, along with Cooper Williams and Jackson Head. We hope these players have a quick recovery and are ready for the next game. We stayed tied until the third quarter, battling Woodstock on their turf. With the score at 19-19, River Ridge was moments away from scoring another touchdown when one of our players got injured, inches away from the