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Quality Education Academy
John A. Murray Field
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CANCELLED

Roster

  • Robert Batchelder
    2019
  • Jonathan Brewer
    2019
  • Joshua Burgess
    2019
  • Joshua Crenshaw
    2019
  • Cooper Crosby
    2019
  • Brayden Crowder
    2021
  • Cole Deihl
    2021
  • Grayson Deihl
    2019
  • Ford Everett
    2021
  • Troy Exum
    2019
  • Tai Goode
    2019
  • Meik Goode
    2021
  • Matthew Haist
    2019
  • Turon Murray
    2020
  • John Nicholson
    2020
  • Ethan Pitts
    2020
  • Colby Sanders
    2020
  • James Talton
    2020
  • Houston Walker
    2019
  • Paxton Williams
    2021

Coaches

  • Varsity Football Head Coach
    Grew up in Tega Cay, SC. Earned All-Conference and All-State honors in football, was All-Conference in basketball and also played baseball and ran track. Graduated from Davidson College with a degree in Religion. Earned Honorable Mention All-Conference honors in football. Named to the AllState Insurance-American Football Coaches Association Good Works Team in 2014. Tried out for three CFL teams after graduation. Holds a Master's in Theology from the Duke Divinity School. Was a Warriors varsity assistant football coach in 2016 before assuming the head coaching role in 2017. Also serves as the St. David's school chaplain.
  • Varsity Football Assistant Coach

Team Stories

The varsity football Warriors stayed undefeated with a 59-12 rout of Grace Christian on the road Friday night. St. David’s (6-0) rolled up 476 yards of total offense and led 53-12 at halftime. Senior Tai Goode scored four more touchdowns, bringing his season total to 32. He had 122 yards rushing and 95 receiving. Houston Walker had 90 yards rushing and 61 receiving with two touchdowns. James Talton was 9-15 for 227 yards and four touchdowns as the starters played the first half.  “James did a great job of settling the offense and mad some big time throws” said coach Dan Casey  “Tai played well as usual, Houston had some big catches and carries and Robert made some acrobatic catches. The defense adjusted nicely to different formations and Cooper did a great job of getting to the quarterback.” Robert Batchelder caught a scoring pass and sophomore quarterback Paxton Williams capped the scoring with a 57-yard touchdown jaunt early in the fourth quarter. Cooper Crosby led the defense with eight tackles and three sacks. Cole Deihl had six tackles and a pair of interceptions, while Ford Everett returned an interception for a touchdown. The Warriors have next week off before hosting Southampton on Senior Night October 19th.