Third-ranked Madison Academy flexed its muscles in defeating Class 4A, Region 7 foe Westminster Christian 52-14 on Friday at Bill Washington Stadium in Madison.

The Mustangs (3-1, 2-0) led 45-7 at the half behind a monster effort from running back Will Stokes. The senior ran for 254 yards and three touchdowns and added a 50-yard punt return for a score. He finished the night with 310 total yards – all in the first half.

Brandon Musch led Westminster (1-2, 0-2) with a rushing touchdown in the first half and a fourth-quarter TD on a 1-yard run.

Harrison Cerriway finished the scoring for Madison Academy on a 5-yard run.

Star of the game: Stokes for his 310 total yards and 4 touchdowns

Play of the game: Westminster’s Walker Thorsen dropped a tremendous punt down to the Mustang 1-yard line with only 51 seconds left in the half. Stokes took the handoff from quarterback Carson Creehan, split the Wildcat defense and raced 99 yards for a the score to seal the visitors’ fate.

Stat sheet: Madison Academy – 495 total yards, 362 rushing. Creehan completed 8-of-14 for 133 yards and one touchdown. Jaylen Holmes caught six passes for 119 yards and one touchdown. Westminster – 225 total yards. 67 yards rushing with Musch completing 10-of-29 passes for 158 yards. Isaiah Lattimore had four receptions for 94 yards. Matt Jensen also caught four passes for 51 yards.

By the numbers: 46 – Madison Academy held a decisive size advantage per man outweighing each Wildcat 195 to 149 pounds. 7 – Number of punts the Mustang defense forced.

What’s next: Madison Academy will travel to North Jackson while Westminster will host DAR.

Joseph Hampton (6) runs through a hole during a game against Richmond Academy on Friday, Sept. 10, 2021 at Blanchard Stadium. [WYNSTON WILCOX/THE AUGUSTA CHRONICLE]

It was the Joseph Hampton show once again for Evans football on Friday. 

Only this time, he wasn’t just a threat on offense. The senior running back terrorized Richmond Academy on special teams, too.  

He scored the first Evans touchdown, jumpstarting 20-straight points for the Knights as they came from behind to secure a 20-18 victory. 

More:Final scores: Get Augusta-area high school football Week 4 results here

Hampton’s 60-yard kickoff return was much needed with the Knights offense stalled and trailing by 12 after ARC scored on back-to-back drives. The Musketeers touchdowns came via a 28-yard run by Jontavious Curry and 25-yard touchdown pass to Kellen McDuffie. 

Later, Kaleb Jackson connected with KD Dorsey on a 40-yard touchdown pass for Evans and Hampton added a second touchdown – his first on offense – on a third-and-long draw play up the middle.

Richmond Academy (1-2) was stagnant for much of the second half. The Musketeers were able to move the ball on multiple drives, but they didn’t reach the end zone until late in the fourth quarter as Evans secured its fourth straight win to open the season. 


Joseph Hampton didn’t offer a typical performance we’ve seen from the feature back, who entered the game with 400 rushing yards and four touchdowns. But it was once again an impactful performance.  

With two of the Knights’ three touchdowns, he once again splattered his name in the box score and proved why teams always need to know where he is on the field – even on special teams.  



It was a showdown of the No. 6s. Richmond Academy’s No. 6 – Jontavious Curry – scored two touchdowns in Friday’s game. Evans’ No. 6 – Hampton – also had two touchdowns to his name on Friday night.  

Evans’ Kaleb Jackson throws his name in the mix as well with two passing touchdowns himself. He connected with Dorsey and Jourdain Spann to show off the air attack.  


Hampton’s 60-yard kickoff return, following a Richmond Academy touchdown sparked the Knights to the tune of 20-straight points after it started out sluggish. 


For Evans, it further proves why it’s important to find ways to get Hampton the ball. When the offense struggled to get going and he didn’t find any open holes early, it looked like the Knights were going to have problems. After Hampton’s first touchdown, the Knights returned to form.  

Richmond Academy drops its second straight game of the season, both coming by one possession. Against Augusta Christian, it was missed PATs and field goals that proved to be the difference. On Friday night, it was simply not finishing the job. With a tough region schedule on the horizon, the Musketeers must figure out how to not only stay hot after a strong start, but score when they’re deep in opponent’s territory.  


Evans (4-0) — The Knights play their fifth straight game to start the season as they travel to Sandersville to 

My Oscar was in sight. A producer instructed me where to stand. Before me and the statuette was a curtain as I awaited my cue to rush to the stage.

I didn’t write a speech — of course — but multiple options raced through my head. Do I keep it safe and boring and limited to thank-you’s? No — no one wants that. I would definitely talk about the importance of getting a vaccine, that’s for sure. And then? Recent political events seemed worth addressing, and no doubt that would garner some attention on social media … if I were actually winning an Oscar and not just pretending.

I was up. “Congratulations,” shouted an Academy Museum staffer playing the role of a producer as applause swelled from the audience before me on a screen. Lights brightened, and I momentarily squinted as I reached for the Academy Award. The crowd, a recording lifted from an Oscar telecast at the Dolby Theatre, seemed to only get louder as I took a breath before beginning my gracious words of acceptance …

Uh-oh — now I was hearing the music become more deafening. But my speech! The importance of vaccines! The risk to the constitutional rights of women!

Los Angeles Times reporter Todd Martens holds an Oscar while taking in the Oscars Experience at the Academy Museum.

Los Angeles Times reporter Todd Martens holds an Oscar while taking in the Oscars Experience at the Academy Museum.

(Genaro Molina / Los Angeles Times)

I was whisked off stage, where the Oscar was left behind for the next paying guest ($15, on top of admission to the Academy Museum, for the Oscars Experience video opportunity). My brief moment in the spotlight, a two-minute simulacrum of what is a showbiz dream for many, had come to an end. Emailed to me would be a clip of my seconds on a makeshift Oscar stage, which will have to do unless my life’s fortunes change.

Remember theme park or carnival souvenir photo ops that would slap a guest’s face on a popular magazine? Think of the Oscars Experience as a slick, high-tech version, in which multiple cameras will film a moment with professional stage lighting that looks fit for prime time — or at least sharing on social media. There’s an underlying goal of promoting the Oscars, but if lighting and framing can make the guest look and feel glamorous, all the better.

When the Academy Museum opens on Sept. 30, it will do so with exhibits that look at Oscar and cinema history, including a deep dive into the works of Japanese animation legend Hayao Miyazaki. But the Oscars Experience is an upsell venture that brings ever-so-slight theme park trappings to the museum, furthering an immersive entertainment trend that shows that even education institutions today need to deliver their messages with a few spoonfuls of sugar.

Increasingly, any attraction, museum or art space seems ripe for lessons from the themed entertainment industry.

“I’ve worked in a bunch of different museums for a very long time, and what I’m learning — the more that I work in them

Fall schedules for the top USYS leagues in the region are set. The US Youth Soccer Mid Atlantic Conference, managed by EDP Soccer is welcoming Boys and Girls 13U and 14U teams to the 2021-2022 season.

Top teams from Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey will compete each week to earn their place at the top of their league table. National League Conferences provide competing teams the opportunity to qualify for the 2022 USYS Eastern Regional Championships through league play. In addition, teams can also earn the right to compete in the 2022-2023 season of the prestigious USYS National League P.R.O. competition.

“We are extremely excited to once again compete in the USYS conference with our teams,” said Neil Clinton, Director of Coaching for The Football Academy of NJ. “EDP/USYS give our players the opportunity to get a competitive game with minimal travel, which is huge for player development. Reducing travel and enabling players more opportunities to play is a big reason why we compete in USYS.”

A Look At This Season’s Premier I Divisions

13U and 14U Boys Academy Division: The Academy Division will feature eight clubs from Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey, with the 13U and 14U divisions highlighted by Lower Merion SC Thunder Boys, who were USYS Eastern Regional semifinalists, Philadelphia Ukrainian Nationals 08B Black, who were Eastern Pennsylvania State Cup finalists, NJ Premier FC 08 Boys, who were New Jersey State Cup champions, and PSA Monmouth 08 Boys, who were  New Jersey State semifinalists. The divisions also include SJEB FC, PDA Hibernian, PA Dominion FC and FC Copa Academy.

13U Boys Premier I: The division will feature top teams from Eastern Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Within the division are clubs with a history of success in the conferences, such as Lehigh Valley United, Penn Alliance Select, STA-MOSC, YMS, Torpedoes SC and Dutchmen FC. Hoboken City FC 2009 Boys Red is the first team for the club to reach the Premier I level of the National League Conferences.

13U Girls Premier I: Lehigh Valley United and NJ Blaze enter the season after finishing last season as State Cup semifinalists. Real Jersey FC, Wall Elite and Torpedoes have a reputation of being some of the top girls programs in the state and are joined from New Jersey by Rancocas Valley, which had a very successful season last spring. From Eastern Pennsylvania, Penn Alliance Select, West Mont United, YMS, Lower Merion SC and White Clay SC are set to compete.

14U Boys Premier I: Eastern Pennsylvania State Cup champion Lehigh Valley United is one of the favorites in the division that includes Eastern Pennsylvania State Cup semifinalist PA Rush and Danubia SC, as well as New Jersey State Cup finalist Torpedoes SC. Also in the bracket are NJ Stallions, Ironbound SC, YMS, Philadelphia SC Coppa, Foundation SA, Freehold SL and Union County FC.

14U Girls Premier I Red: New Jersey State Cup champion and USYS Eastern Regionals semifinalist NLSA 2008G looks to continue the success it enjoyed in 2021 but

Under the direction of 32nd-year head coach Pat Owen, the Navy men’s golf team will open its 2021 fall campaign this weekend when it travels to Farmingdale, N.Y. to compete in The Doc Gimmler. Hosted by St. John’s, the two-day, 54-hole event is slated to begin on Saturday on the Red Course (par-70, 7,092 yards) at Bethpage State Park. Tee times for Saturday’s first round have not yet been announced.

The Field

Navy is among a 15-team field that includes the host, St. John’s, along with Colgate, Columbia, Connecticut, Hartford, Hofstra, Holy Cross, Iona, Lafayette, Lehigh, Towson, Villanova, Xavier and Yale.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, last year’s Doc Gimmler was pushed from its traditional fall date to the spring. The host Redstorm (276-280-271=827) led wire to wire, claiming the team title with a 13-under par 827, 18 strokes better than second-place Hartford 291-276-278=845). St. John’s players finished 1-2-3 with Jack Simon earning medalist honors with a 6-under par 204. Simon will defend that title in his senior season.

The Midshipmen did not compete in spring edition of The Doc Gimmler due to travel constraints in response to the pandemic.

The Course

Bethpage State Park features five 18-hole regulation golf courses, including the world-renowned Black Course which was the site of the United State Open in 2002 and ’09, The Barclays in 2012 and ’16 and will play host to the Ryder Cup in 2024, the PGA Championship in 2019 and The Barclays in 2021 and 2027. The Red Course at the Bethpage State Park opened in 1933 in Farmingdale, N.Y. and has served as the home of the Long Island Open Championship qualifier’s round since 2012.

Follow The Action

Fans can follow the Mids throughout the weekend via Golfstat.

Navy’s Lineup

1. Chad Deegan (Sr / Newport Beach, Calif.), 2. Nicholas Klock (Sr / Morago, Calif.), 3. Keegan Shreves (Jr / Potomac, Md.), 4. Benjamin Valdez (Fr / Stevenson Ranch, Calif.), 5. Andrew Wilkinson (Fr / Ashland, Va.).

More on the Mids

Navy returns three All-Patriot League standouts to its lineup this fall, including team captain Chad Deegan who owned Navy’s second-lowest average of the 2020-21 campaign. Deegan, who has been in the Mids’ regular lineup since arriving in Annapolis as a freshman, finished last season with a 73.86 stroke average among the four events in which were played using stroke play. Deegan garnered Second-Team All-Patriot League recognition his sophomore season.

Keegan Shreves earned First-Team All-Patriot League honors a season ago after tying for third place, while Nicholas Klock grabbed second-team accolades after a ninth-place finish. Shreves closed out last season with a 77.29 stroke average that featured a pair of top-10 finishes in the four tournaments in which he played, while Klock posted a 74.00 stroke average, placing among the top 10 in both events in which he competed.

Newcomers Benjamin Valdez and Andrew Wilkinson will make their collegiate debut for the Mids this

The superhero television series The Umbrella Academy Season 3 is nearing its release. The upcoming season is likely to introduce the audience to the Sparrow squad. The third season’s filming wrapped up in late August. Last week, the series creator Steve Blackman posted on Instagram that the shooting for the third season of The Umbrella Academy is over. He thanks all cast and crew members of the series.

When could The Umbrella Academy Season 3 be released?

The Umbrella Academy is based on the comic book series of the same name written by Gerard Way. In November 2020, the series was renewed for a third season. The production was halted for the COVID-19 pandemic. Filming for The Umbrella Academy Season 3 began on February 7, 2021, but they are going slow. And at last, the good news is the principal photography is concluded on August 28, 2021.

Now it’s time for post-production works and we guess it would take two to three months. So, it’s much more likely that we’ll see The Umbrella Academy Season 3 on Netflix in early 2022.

The story revolves around a dysfunctional family of adopted sibling superheroes who reunite to solve the mystery of their father’s death and the threat of an imminent apocalypse.

What could be the plot for The Umbrella Academy Season 3?

The Umbrella Academy is set in a universe where 43 women around the world give birth simultaneously at noon on October 1, 1989, despite none of them showing any sign of pregnancy until labor began. Seven of the children are adopted by eccentric billionaire Sir Reginald Hargreeves and turned into a superhero team that he calls “The Umbrella Academy.”

The sibling superheroes will reunite to solve the mystery of their father’s death and the threat of an imminent apocalypse.

The Umbrella Academy Season 2 shows failing to stop the apocalypse, the siblings are forced to travel back in time, but it goes awry, scattering them across different years in 1960s Dallas.

Five ends up on November 25, 1963, in the middle of a nuclear doomsday, but with the help of Hazel manages to travel back in ten days. While being hunted by a trio of Swedish assassins, Five finds his siblings, who have each made new lives, and attempt to reunite them in order to stop this new apocalypse.

Season 2 ends with the children discover Sir Reginald is still alive and formed a new academy called “Sparrow Academy.” Besides, Ben Hargreeves the Number six (plays by Justin H. Min) is also alive.

The plot for The Umbrella Academy Season 3 has been kept under the wrap; however, series showrunner Steve Blackman has revealed some major teases with episode titles on Season 3 that could reveal some details of the series.

The episode titles, in show order, are “Meet the Family,” “World’s Biggest Ball of Twine,” “Pocket Full of Lightning,” “Kugelblitz,” “Kindest Cut,” “Marigold,”

Rarely does Pulaski Academy (2-0) face a team that can pile up the points at an alarming clip like it can. That’ll change tonight.

The Bruins, who are averaging 61.5 points over their first two games, will travel to Nashville, Tenn., to take on a Lipscomb Academy team that is averaging 69 points.

So expect a lot of touchdowns to be scored all over the Mustangs’ home field.

“They’re coached really well,” Pulaski Academy Coach Anthony Lucas said. “They’ve got a couple of scat backs that are tough, they’ve got a receiver that’s pretty shifty. On defense, they’re pretty physical up [front] and play extremely hard. It’s going to be a battle, especially with us going on the road.”

Lipscomb Academy (3-0) is coached by former NFL quarterback Trent Dilfer, who recently found himself making national headlines after a heated confrontation — one that showed him shoving and yelling at a player during a 62-7 victory over Independence, Tenn. — went viral. The third-year coach has since apologized for the incident.

Even before that event occurred, the Mustangs were more known for their offensive prowess. Lipscomb Academy, last year’s Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association’s Division II-AA state runner-up, opened the season with a 76-7 victory over Greater Atlanta Christian before its 55-point whipping of Independence.

The Mustangs, who also earned a forfeit over Goodpasture (Tenn.) Christian, have several players with NCAA Division I offers, led by running back and Boston College commit Alex Broome and tight end and Stanford pledge Sam Roush. The team’s quarterback, Luther Richesson, who has offers from schools including Michigan State and Cincinnati, has been nearly perfect on the year with 461 yards on 31-of-34 passing and 4 touchdowns.

“He looks really good,” Lucas said of Richesson. “Going into hostile territory, it’s going to be tough.”

The Bruins seemingly are always loaded, too, with Northwestern commit Joe Himon and quarterback Charlie Fiser, who’s thrown for 765 yards and nine touchdowns, leading the way.

Pulaski Academy is playing a game in Tennessee for the third year in a row. The Bruins played at Brentwood (Tenn.) Ravenwood, which is located just outside of Nashville, in each of the prior two seasons. Also, defensive coordinator Madison Taylor high school football at Lipscomb Academy.

“I challenged them,” Lucas said of his team. “I told them I didn’t care what they had to do, I want them to win the game for Coach Taylor. We’ve got another kid that’s that moved over from that area, Kenny Jordan, too. Just trying to find little ways to get motivated.

“But our kids have been on the road. They’ve played in Texas, played in a lot of different places. We may face some adversity early on, but they know how to handle that. We’ll have them focused on the game and just doing their part.”

Inner-county matchups Dunnellon at Vanguard and North Marion at West Port will highlight a seven-game slate this week.

Included in the schedule is the first game of the season for St. John, as well as a battle of unbeatens at Lake Weir.

All games start at 7:30 p.m., unless otherwise indicated

Dunnellon (0-1) at Vanguard (2-0)

FIRST DOWN: The Tigers were off last week, while the Knights defeated West Port, 21-0, last Friday.

SECOND DOWN: DHS has won three straight in this series, including two in 2020 (one on each home field) by a combined five points. Those were VHS’s only losses last year. The first game concluded with a memorable touchdown pass from Dunnellon’s Trent Townsend to LJ Fitzpatrick. The second one came in the FHSAA playoffs and ended the Knights’ season. Townsend played hurt and gave a gutty performance that night at Booster Stadium.

THIRD DOWN: Want an individual matchup to watch? Keep an eye on when Vanguard cornerback Emile Sancho is lined up on Fitzpatrick. Those are two of the county’s best at their positions.

FOURTH DOWN: Dunnellon will host Crystal River next Friday, while the Knights will host Miami Carol City.

North Marion (1-0) at West Port (0-2), 7 p.m.

FIRST DOWN: The Colts were unable to play last week due to COVID-19, while the Wolf Pack fell to Vanguard, 21-0.

SECOND DOWN: In their team’s opener against Forest, NMHS juniors Christopher Foster and Elija Walton combined to make seven receptions for 163 yards and three touchdowns.

THIRD DOWN: West Port likely is on the short list of teams statewide who had the toughest opposition in its first two weeks. Prior to facing always-tough VHS, WPHS was beaten by Tampa Jesuit, which turned around and knocked off national powerhouse Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas a week later.

FOURTH DOWN: The Colts are scheduled to have next week off, but could be looking for a replacement game for Week Two. West Port will visit Forest next Friday.

Gainesville (1-1) at Trinity Catholic (0-1), 7 p.m.

FIRST DOWN: The Hurricanes defeated Orlando Bishop Moore, 14-6, last Friday, while the Celtics lost 38-19 at Clearwater Central Catholic.

SECOND DOWN: GHS will be spending two of its first three Friday nights in Marion County this year. The Hurricanes were defeated by Vanguard, 30-8, at Booster Stadium in the season opener.

THIRD DOWN: Trinity will look to get off to a better start this week. At CCC last Friday, the Celtics fell behind 31-7 at the half. They actually won the second half, 12-7, but climbing all the way back was a big ask.

FOURTH DOWN: Gainesville will visit Palm Coast Matanzas next Friday, while Trinity Catholic will host Tampa Carrollwood Day.

Belleview (2-0) at Crystal River (0-2), 7 p.m.

FIRST DOWN: The Rattlers won at Bronson, 64-8, last Friday, while the Pirates were beaten 49-7 at The Villages.

SECOND DOWN: Belleview is averaging 48.5 points through two games, but don’t let that overshadow the Rattlers’ defense. BHS already

Disney cruise line ship at sunset

Credit: Screenshot via Disney Cruise Line

2020 was a very tough year for all industries — a large number of stores had to shut their doors and revert to a solely online business model, restaurants could only work under a takeout or delivery method, theme parks were closed, and the cruise industry came to a screeching halt. While their businesses had to change, and change drastically, that did not stop companies from working as hard as they could to keep their loyal patrons happy.

disneyland park gates closed
Credit: ITM Rebekah B.

Disney is just one of the companies that had to figure out new business models to adapt to a new world. And while the theme parks were finally able to reopen, the Disney Cruise Line has struggled more. Up until the last couple of months, Disney was continuing to cancel cruises because sailing with the pandemic still raging was not deemed safe.

disney cruise line stacks
Credit: Disney

Even though Disney was unable to sail for most of 2020 and for months in 2021, that did not stop people from thinking it was a top cruise line — in fact, they think it is the top cruise line. Travel + Leisure Magazine has named Disney Cruise Line the top cruise line in the world for the third year in a row.

Disney Parks Blog shared the exciting news with readers:

Travel + Leisure recognizes the top hotels, islands, cities, cruise lines, airlines, spas, and more around the globe, based on the results of the Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards 2021 readers’ survey. Readers rated cruise ships by the quality of their service, staterooms, food, entertainment, itineraries and shore excursions.

It’s an honor to be considered among the best of the best. We celebrate this award with you, our guests and all of our cast and crew members who create magical vacations at sea! As our president, Thomas Mazloum shared, “I know just how much hard work goes into earning these accolades, and I couldn’t be prouder of our cast and crew members.”

disney cruise line characters
Credit: Disney

According to Travel + Leisure, Disney ranked at the top because of the incredible experiences that you just can’t find on other cruise ships. According to an article talking about the award, Travel + Leisure said:

While there are plenty of great mega-ship ocean cruise lines, Disney Cruise Line offers experiences guests just can’t find anywhere else. A vacation on one of its ships is just as much about all the enchanting action you’ll find on board as it is about the destinations you’ll visit. From excursions to Castaway Cay — Disney’s beloved private island — to Star Wars and Marvel-themed days at sea, to character experiences, there’s nothing like a Disney cruise.  

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Credit: Disney

While Disney is already at the top of the cruise line game, it is about to get even better. Beginning in May 2022, Disney will launch its newest cruise ship, the Disney Wish. The Disney Wish will have Disney’s first “attraction at sea” —


After defeating Plymouth Christian Academy by a 3-1 score on the road, the Hillsdale Academy Colts boys soccer team headed home to take on another tough foe in Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic Prep in a Wednesday night matchup. The Colts, led by head coach Neal Brady, headed into the contest with a 4-2 overall record. They lost to University Liggett and Hartford in the Cougar Cup finals. The Colts would find themselves adding another impressive victory for the young fall sports season. 

Hillsdale's Conner Welden (7) takes a pass into the Hackett Prep territory.

The Colts won 4-1. The Colts maintained much of the possession clock for the first half. The Colts had a plethora of offensive opportunities in Hackett territory to score. 20 minutes in, Grayson McArthur crossed the ball off the post. Nathan Karlovich put the ball back in the mix, and Jay Jenkins hit the ball in the net. 10 minutes later, the Colts combined on 8 passes which ended with Conner Welden sending a pass to Bennett Fast who found the corner of the net. The Colts led 2-0 at the end of the first half. 

Hillsdale's Nation Karlovich (26) looks for the pass from a teammate in the second half of the game.

The Colts had seemingly dominated and worn down the Hackett Prep defense. Hackett Prep would turn the ball over on their side of the pitch and would not be able to drive down through the tough Colts defensive players who took the opportunity with terrific passing to keep the ball from reaching their zone. 

Fans eagerly watch as the Colts head into the second half with a two-goal lead.

After halftime, the Colts kept momentum of the game and possessed the ball on Hackett’s half of the pitch. Hackett would find late-game energy and would challenge the Colts to work harder to get the offense going. However, in the middle of the second half, Luke Brady crossed the ball, and it deflected off of a Hackett player, which led to an own goal. The Colts now had a comfortable lead of 3-0. Hackett came back with a free kick, which deflected and ended up in the Colts net. It would be the only score Hackett would manage, but Hackett would have several more opportunities to pull within the Colts’ lead. 

 With 15 minutes left in the game, Hillsdale Academy Colt Conner Welden dribbled past a several defensive players for Hackett and found the back of the net for the final goal of the game. Hackett would continue to test the Colts, who would also look to work on their offensive passing and plays. The Colts and Hackett would have more opportunities to score, however time swiftly ran out for both teams. The Colts would walk away with an impressive 4-1 victory, and celebrate with their fans with the traditional jog to the sidelines. 

Teams shake hands after The Academy wins by a final score of 4-1.

The Colts are now 5-2 on the season, and they have one more contest lined up for this season. The Colts travel to their third road contest of the year on Thursday against Jackson Christian. That game was slated to start at 5:30 pm. Results and photos of the game will be in our Saturday edition of the Hillsdale Daily News.