Knights partake in team bonding

Football players gather at Off the Grid for dinner

Knights football players and parents gathered at Off the Grid in Presidio Picnic for dinner Aug. 29. Players left practice early, so they could drop off equipment and change before the event.

“Going to Off the Grid was basically an experience for both the parents to meet each other and for players to bond,” Sophomore Bo Darwin said.

Eight new freshman have joined the Knights football team.

“It was nice to spend time together in a more relaxed environment,” Sophomore David Ross said. “It was also a good opportunity to meet the freshman, take them under our wing and really welcome them to the team.”

The Knights’ first game will be against Cornerstone Christian School at their campus in Antioch Sept. 6 at 4 p.m.

Bo Darwin | With permission
Knights football players gathered around campfire at Off the Grid. Players left practice at Kezar Stadium in Golden Gate Park early to attend the event.

“It is important to have these team bonding experiences, especially as we approach our first game of the season,” Quarterback Max Banks said. “We have a really great group this year, and I am looking forward to another successful year.”