Stratford hoping to build upon successful 2014 season

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – In his third season of his second stint with the Stratford Eagles, head coach Mark Farriba is hoping to improve upon last season’s success and an overall record of 16-8.

After going 6-4 in the regular season, the Eagles’ 2014 season ended with a first round playoff loss to Mount Paran. Despite that, the team was able to hang its hat on several big wins against teams like FPD, Mount de Sales and Tattnall.

Offensively, the Eagles will be returning two important seniors in Quintez Cephus and running back O’Showen Williams. There will be a new quarterback, and Coach Farriba says he has two strong candidates in mind.

As for the defensive side, Coach Farriba feels the group he has can and will only get better as they gain in-game experience over the course of the 2015 year.

Stratford’s first game will be on August 28th at Savannah Country Day. The first home game will be September 18th versus Aquinas.

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