The Tigers came out in full force this past Friday night with a dominating 41-8 victory over rival Fishburne. The Tigers QB Ashton Hammock threw 4 touchdown passes to lead the offence. Alex Turner collected 2 touchdown receptions and one interception that was ran back for a touchdown. Additionally, David Royster and Manny Guishard each ... Read more
This past Saturday the Tigers traveled to St. George, Virginia to take on the Blue Ridge Barons. Ashton Hammock produced a career night by throwing for five touchdowns! He also showed great focus and composure throughout the game as the team battled through injuries. Alex Turner also showed out by making an amazing catch and ... Read more
Hargrave football opened the season with a 31-14 win over the Roanoke Spartans at Dick Dyer Field last Friday night! The Tigers we backed by a loud and exciting crowd that helped push them to victory. The Tigers were lead by strong quarterback play by Ashton Hammock who tallied 2 rushing touchdowns. In addition, Alex ... Read more
As hard as it is to believe, the Hargrave Tigers find themselves in the home stretch of the Fall seasons. Our Varsity Football, Varsity Soccer, and Varsity Cross Country teams are making a late push to get ready for the final weeks of their seasons and postseason play. Here’s a look at the remaining schedules ... Read more
On a gloomy, rainy Saturday in Chatham, the Hargrave Tigers hosted the Barons of Blue Ridge School for a Blue Ridge Athletic Conference football game. The Tigers braved the elements but ultimately fell short 56-0 moving their record to 1-2 on the season. Despite the final score, this young group showed great potential as they ... Read more
At Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina, Cadets Bajorek, Scearce, Anderson, Hankins, and Hubbard, attended an highly competitive combine day camp. Your Tigers faired extremely well and stood out amongst the over 500 campers in attendance. The Junior Day Football Showcase is designed for high school football players that want to work directly with and ... Read more
The Hargrave Tigers took the field on Saturday for the final time of the 2019 season as they faced off against Catholic High School. The Tigers gave their best effort and ultimately fell 48-12, closing out the season with a 2-7 record.
On Friday evening, the Hargrave Tigers took the field against the Raiders from North Cross. Hargrave was defeated 62-0, falling to 2-6 on the season, but continues to making promising strides coming down the home stretch of the season.
Hargrave traveled to Waynesboro, Virginia to take on Fishburne Military School in a long-time rivalry game. The Tigers came away victorious, 21-16, to move to 2-5 on the season.
After three straight non-conference games, the Tigers took to Dick Dyer Field on Friday evening to take on Roanoke Catholic in a VIC contest. Hargrave fought for four quarters but wound up defeated, 48-0, moving their record to 1-5 on the season.
The Hargrave Tigers are preparing to face VIC opponent Roanoke Catholic on Friday evening at Dick Dyer Field. Prior to this week's game, we had a chance to catch up with Coach Schaum to get his thoughts on this matchup.
This week's edition of "Friday Night Lights" saw the Hargrave Tigers matched up with the Virginia Spartans. After a defensive battle for much of the night the Tigers were defeated 20-0 dropping them to 1-4 on the season.
Rescheduled game will take place 10/4 at 7:00pm on Dick Dyer Field.
Wade Thomas honored at 3 separate positions for his outstanding season.
At Hargrave, we instill the idea of Student-Athlete-Leader. Da'Shawn Wallace encompasses all of these as he performs well in class, is an All-Conference football player, and is an active member in his community. He has signed for a scholarship to become an official member of the Shaw University football program.
The Tiger's defeated Virginia Episcopal School with a score of 41-0 on October 6, moving to 3-3 on the season.
The Tigers extended their winning streak to 3 games with a win over Fishburne Military School 41-0.
The Tigers took on VES Friday afternoon, trying to get in front of the weather that was bearing down on the east coast. The Tigers pulled out a 40-14 win against the Bishops while fighting through the rain and wind.