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Archive for June, 2016

St. Augustine High School quarterback Austin Reed attends regional football camps for the Summer

June is the month when many rising junior and senior high school football players take to the road to attend one or many of the available regional college football camps held to evaluate and take notice of the players physical abilities and on-field talents.  During the month of June, St. Augustine High School Quarterback Austin Reed (2018) attended several camps throughout the Southeast including an unofficial visit to the Valdosta State University football program where he had a chance to spend some time with new head football coach Kerwin Bell.  The visit occurred on Friday, June 3rd as a stop-over while as Austin was traveling to the Mercer University football camp in Macon, GA the next day.

The following week, Austin attended the University of Central Florida camp in Orlando on Friday, June 10th, and then traveled the next day to Birmingham Alabama with 4 players from the SAHS Jackets football team along with Jackets head football coach Brian Braddock to attend the Samford University mega camp.  The following galleries are images from the camps attended thus far for Austin.


St. Augustine High School dominates Bishop Kenny 39-0 in the 2016 Spring football game.

On Wednesday, May 18th, the St. Augustine High School Yellow Jackets football team faced off against the Bishop Kenny Crusaders (Jacksonville, FL) in the 2016 annual Spring football game.  The game finally got started after a 90 minute weather delay to some very wet field conditions.  The Jackets soon went to work scoring on two receiving touchdowns to Karim Brown and Emerson Kabus, and two rushing touchdowns by Jahquise Russell to take a 27-0 halftime lead.

Quarterback Austin Reed, #14, entered the game on the last drive of the second quarter and played through into the middle of the 4th quarter.  On Austin’s third possession of the game, he helped engineer a 60 yard, seven play scoring drive capped off with a 5 yard touchdown run by Sheddrick Washington.  During this drive, Austin threw 3 passes for 41 yards.  Sheddrick would later add another 39 yard touchdown run in the 4th quarter to increase the score to the final 39-0.  This was Head Coach Brian Braddock’s first win as the Yellow Jackets new head football coach for the program.

Below are some pictures of Austin during the Spring game versus Bishop Kenny.  There are also 2016 Spring Hudl highlights available for Austin Reed, Quarterback #14 (game), #7 (practice) available by clicking HERE.