Thursday, November 22, 2012
The Red Devils are traveling to Lexington today for the annual Thanksgiving Day game.
The Burlington Red Devils football team is traveling to Lexington this morning for the annual Thanksgiving Day game. The game will be held at Lexington High School and kickoff is 10:15 a.m. Tickets at the gate cost $8. Are you traveling to watch the game and cheer on the Burlington boys? We'd love to have your pictures. Upload them to this article by clicking the "Add Photos" button above or email them to email@example.com. Happy Thanksgiving and go Burlington!
Monday, November 28, 2011
The band took to the field during the Thanksgiving Day game and delighted the audience.
Last Thursday the Burlington High Football team took to the field to play the traditional Thanksgiving day against Lexington, which they won 27 to 6. There was a big crowd for the game, and during the half-time show, the audience was given a great show by the Burlingotn High marching band. The musicians took to the field and delighted the crowd with a great routine and we wanted to show a bit of here. Enjoy!
Thursday, November 24, 2011
Burlington came out over Lexington 27-6 in the annual Thanksgiving game.
After a hard-fought battle by both teams Burlington beat out Lexington 27-6 in the annual Thanksgiving Day game. Most of the scoring was done in the first half and the teams entered half-time 20-6. Burlington was able to score once again in the second half to cement the victory. Burlington Coach Shawn Maguire said he was proud of the way his players took to the field with enthusiasm and dedication and for their performance in the game. "I'm definitely proud of all our kids," Maguire said. "They definitely deserved it. This was one of their best efforts and our defense was awesome. I'm also very proud of all our seniors." Maguire added that it was a joy to coach this team throughout the year. "These are some of the classiest, nicest guys…
Monday, November 29, 2010
Burlington High School varsity football team cannot overcome an early deficit to Lexington on Thanksgiving.
A roller coaster ride of a season came to a disappointing end for the Burlington High School varsity football team as it lost a 14-0 decision to the host Lexington Minutemen on Thanksgiving morning. The young Red Devils struggled against a bigger, more physical Lexington frontline on both sides of the ball for most of the game and ultimately were unable to overcome an early deficit. The Minutemen received the opening kickoff to start the game, and immediately went to work with a strong ground attack. Lexington did the majority of its damage on the ground with the three-headed monster of quarterback Connor Murray, fullback Korey Kajko and running back Nick Murray, who together amassed a total of 238 yards and both touchdowns. Thanks in …