CHHS hosts region foe Greenville on Thursday night
The Charles Henderson Trojans look to rebound after last week’s loss when they host region rival Greenville on Thursday night.
The Trojans will play their first of two Thursday night games this season. They will take on Andalusia on Thursday night later this season.
The Trojans have been forced to alter their schedule numerous times this offseason due to threat of COVID-19.
The Trojans are in the middle of a five-game home stand to start the season. They took on Montgomery Catholic in the season opener last Friday night and fell to the Knights 27-13.
J.B. Sanders led the Trojan ground attack on Friday night rushing for 83 yards, while Zay Carlisle added 32 yards on nine carries. Quarterback Cam Foley threw for just under 100 yards.
Unofficially, Charles Henderson and Greenville have met 71 times over the years with Greenville holding a slight advantage. The Tigers knocked off the Trojans last season 21-10 and look to win their third straight against the Trojans on Thursday.
Greenville shut out Hillcrest Evergreen 15-0 in game one and Won by forfeit against Blunt last week.
The Tigers are coming off a 7-5 season in 2019. After finishing the regular season 6-4, the Tigers advanced to the second round of the playoffs where they fell to Bibb County 12-6.
Charles Henderson head coach Brad McCoy enters his seventh year as head coach of the Trojans. Charles Henderson is 2-4 against the Tigers in that time. Kickoff between the Tigers and the Trojans is scheduled for 7 p.m.
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