Ayden-Grifton Boys Varsity Football

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Football Fundraiser!

Please help support the Ayden-Grifton Football Program as we partner with the Grifton Lions club to present the Annual Shad Festival Fish Stew!  The Fish Stew has been an integral part of the tradition of the Shad Festival and Ayden-Grifton Football is proud to be able to help support the Lions Club and the Grifton

Football on the Road for 1st Round

The Ayden-Grifton varsity football team (#12) will travel to Wallace-Rose Hill (#5) for the 1st Round of the NCHSAA Playoffs the Friday night at 7:30 pm. Admission is $7 and only NCHSAA passes will be accepted.

JV Charger Football Conference Champions!

The Ayden-Grifton Charger JV Football team completed their season with an 8-2 overall record and 6-0 in conference play.  They are the 2017 ECC 2-A Conference Champions! They played most of the season with only 21 players but continued to work hard and battle each and every game.  Please help us congratulate the players and

AG Takes Down Undefeated Kinston!

A-G wins before the buzzer 1 of 4 Ayden-Grifton’s Jeffrey Gunter, left, celebrates with teammate Rashadeen Byrd during their game against Kinston on Oct. 13, 2017. (Molly Mathis/The Daily Reflector) By JORDAN ANDERS The Daily Reflector Friday, October 13, 2017 LITTLEFIELD — For the second straight week, needing a touchdown to win in the late

Chargers spoil Washington’s homecoming

Chargers spoil Washington’s homecoming By Micheal Prunka, Washington Daily News Washington made a splash when Tyshawn Roberson returned the opening kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown. Friday’s homecoming game was one in which the team that made one fewer mistake would come out on top. Micheal Webb made sure that team was Ayden-Grifton. Webb caught

Chargers down Blue Devils!

The Daily Reflector Friday, September 29, 2017 LITTLEFIELD — Friday’s football game between Ayden-Grifton and South Lenoir produced a dynamic almost exclusive to the high school level. Homecoming court festivities called for an extended halftime, but that was negated by a mercy-rule continuous clock for the entire second half in Ayden-Grifton’s 63-0 victory in the

Football Field Receives National Recognition!

National recognition for Walston, Chargers Ayden-Grifton turf manager Tommy Walston, left, and football coach Paul Cornwell unveil a banner recognizing the school’s football field as a Pioneer Athletics Field of Excellence on Sept. 15, 2017. By JORDAN ANDERS The Daily Reflector Tuesday, September 19, 2017 National recognition for field excellence is nothing new for Tommy

A-G grinds its way past Jaguars

A-G grinds its way past Jaguars   1 1 of 6 Ayden-Grifton’s Micheal Webb, center, runs the ball during their game against Farmville Central on Friday. (Molly Mathis/The Daily Reflector) By JORDAN ANDERS The Daily Reflector Friday, September 8, 2017 FARMVILLE — While Farmville Central was scrambling personnel in an attempt to find offense Friday night,

Varsity Football game moved

The Varsity Football game scheduled for this Friday night has been moved to tonight at 7 pm due to the foretasted weather. The Chargers will be hosting East Duplin High School in our home opener for the 2017 season. Please come out and support your Varsity Football team!

Chargers get win at Pamlico!

Ayden-Grifton 34, Pamlico County 26 Ayden-Grifton went on the road and scored the first 20 points of the game, then held off a Pamlico County rally to pick up its first win of the year. The Chargers (1-1) took a 13-0 lead to halftime, then built it to 20-0 with a touchdown run by Ray