This news a bit old to those in-the-know, but I wanted to close this loop, since someone asked me recently what happened in the Decatur High Boys & Girls Soccer semi-final matches last week.
Michael posted this final update on Next Door…
As I have posted several notices recently about Decatur High soccer, I want to post one final update. Sadly, both the girls and the boys lost in their semi-final matches. The girls lost 6-1 to a strong Westminster team on Tuesday. The boys lost to Calhoun High School in a heartbreaking shootout on Thursday. Obviously, both teams had impressive seasons, each finishing as one of the top four teams in the state in their classification. Nice run, Bulldogs. Thank you for an exciting soccer season. We look forward to another one next year!
What a great run by Decatur High’s Boys and Girls Soccer teams this year!
Bailey writes in with details about the Decatur Booster Club’s Spring Sports Fest and Fundraiser in March.
We believe all kids should get a chance to play sports even if they can’t afford it. All the proceeds go to the Decatur Booster club to support our athletes. This event will be at the Church of the Epiphany, March 21st at 7pm. Tickets $20 in advance $25 at the door. Free jambalaya, red beans and rice, great band, dancing.
We would also love it if anyone has anything they want to donate to our auction. For tickets and donations contact Bailey at 404-373-3327.
As Next Stop…Decatur notes, the new DHS stadium gets christened tonight with its first football game as the Decatur Bulldogs take on the Hillgrove Hawks. The game starts at 7:30pm, but a Pep Rally and Grand Opening Ceremony precede kickoff, starting at 5:30p.
According to the AJC, the city expects a big turnout. Tickets are $5 for student, $7 general admission, and $10 for reserved seats.
Oh, and if you haven’t yet seen Decatur edTV’s interview with Decatur High Athletic Director, Carter Wilson, about what the new stadium means to DHS students and the community, I recommend taking a minute a watch it here.