JV football team opens the new Walden Athletic Complex with a 14-12 loss to Douglass

Head+coach+of+the+JV+team%2C+Coach+Anderson%2C+motivates+the+team+as+they+come+in+for+a+huddle+in+the+last+30+seconds+of+the+half-time.
Back to Article
Back to Article

JV football team opens the new Walden Athletic Complex with a 14-12 loss to Douglass

Head coach of the JV team, Coach Anderson, motivates the team as they come in for a huddle in the last 30 seconds of the half-time.

Head coach of the JV team, Coach Anderson, motivates the team as they come in for a huddle in the last 30 seconds of the half-time.

Bria Brown

Head coach of the JV team, Coach Anderson, motivates the team as they come in for a huddle in the last 30 seconds of the half-time.

Bria Brown

Bria Brown

Head coach of the JV team, Coach Anderson, motivates the team as they come in for a huddle in the last 30 seconds of the half-time.

Bria Brown

Hang on for a minute...we're trying to find some more stories you might like.


Email This Story






On Oct. 19 2018, the new Walden Athletic Complex opened to host the JV football team’s last game of the season. Although the team lost 14-12, to finished the year 0-6, against the Douglass Astros, the Knights were in good spirits. Many varsity players, coaches, friends and family members came out in support of the team, including head varsity coach Kevin Clark.

The complex opened to relieve overcrowding and limited space for Grady’s sports teams on campus. Located two miles south of the school at the former Walden Middle School site, the complex will provide field space for baseball, softball, lacrosse, JV football and soccer and ultimate frisbee. The complex overlooks the downtown connector in the Old Fourth Ward and has the Downtown Atlanta skyline as its backdrop.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email