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Category: Knights to Remember

Senior stars enjoying record shattering seasons

The Grady offense has been one of the leading forces behind the success of the Grey Knights, and this is due largely to the record shattering seasons by senior quarterback Caylin Newton and senior wide receiver Jacquez Sloan. Newton, who amassed 2862 passing yards in the regular season, became the first Grady quarterback to ever throw for 3000 yards in […]

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Caylin Newton looks the sideline for a play in a game vs Woodward Academy

Quarterback Newton works to forge own path

Most people only know Caylin Newton as “Cam Newton’s little brother.” They don’t know the Newton who likes to put marshmallows in his eggnog. They don’t know the Newton whose favorite movie is “Planet of the Apes.’’ “I wake up, hit the snooze button, wake up again, hit the snooze button a few more times before I eat breakfast, go […]

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New baseball coach emphasizes focus

New baseball coach emphasizes focus

By Matt Wood This season, the boys varsity baseball team hopes to improve from a mediocre finish last season with the help of Darryl Pearson, the new head coach. Pearson has a wealth of coaching experience in baseball, football, track and softball at a number of different levels. Pearson began coaching because of his desire to mentor athletes. “I got […]

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Swimmer sets sight on future Olympic gold

Swimmer sets sight on future Olympic gold

Without breaking a sweat, Melissa Brown has broken records and made early strides toward her Olympic aspirations. Brown, a freshman freestyle swimmer, broke two Woodward Academy records swimming for their middle school team and this year has broken five Grady records and qualified for the Junior Nationals swimming competition. Brown was adopted at the age of 4. As a way […]

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Senior traces love of baseball to Panamanian roots

Just like many other Little Leaguers, senior Oscar Prioleau vividly remembers hitting his first home run. When he was 8, Prioleau worked the count to 2-2 and then got the pitch he was looking for he smacked it over the center-field fence. “I think that was the hardest hit I’ve ever gotten in my whole life,” Prioleau said. Prioleau, an […]

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