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Apprentice Builders Football
The Newport News Apprentice School (or "Apprentice") athletic teams are known as the "Builders". The school is unique in that it does not grant degrees and therefore is not a member of either the NAIA or the NCAA, but has...View Wikipedia page
Apprentice School junior return specialist Odis Wesby was named on Monday to the second team 2012 Virginia Sports Information Directors All-State College Division football team.
The 2012 Apprentice School football season officially came to an end on Wednesday night with the annual awards banquet.
The Apprentice School lost its season-ending football game on Saturday in heartbreaking fashion falling 13-12 to Webber International.
For those who wish to keep up with all of the Apprentice School teams in action this weekend, this fact sheet will provide info to follow all results of a busy Apprentice School athletic weekend.
The Apprentice School football team took on NCAA Division III fifth-ranked Wesley College and lost 47-0 in Dover, Delaware on Saturday.
The football team starts November with a road trip to Dover, Delaware facing the Wesley Wolverines on November 3.
Freshman Ralick Lockett ran for a season-high 118 yards and a touchdown as the Builders lost 48-14 to Point University on Saturday in Valley, Alabama.
The football team will end its October slate with a trip to Valley, Alabama to face Point University in a 1 pm kickoff on Saturday.
Apprentice School junior quarterback Paul Morgan and senior kicker Nick Foor were honored by the U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association on Tuesday being named USCAA Offensive and Special Teams Player of the Week.
Junior quarterback Paul Morgan accounted for five touchdowns, with two coming on the ground in the fourth quarter as the Apprentice School pulled away from Alfred State College for a 35-21 win in front of nearly 900 fans on Newport News Shipbuilding Employee...
The Apprentice School football team returns to the home field on Saturday hosting Alfred State College in the first Newport News Shipbuilding Employees Day.
The Apprentice School football team returns to action on October 20 and that game will be NNS Employee Day as all shipyard workers who show their badge at the gate will be allowed free admission for themselves and up to four guests.
The Southern Virginia University Knights scored three touchdowns in the final 17 minutes of the game as they rallied to defeat the Apprentice School 20-14 at Salem Stadium on Friday afternoon.
The Apprentice School football team has a short week this week with a Friday afternoon matchup at Salem (VA) Stadium with in-state rival Southern Virginia University.
The Apprentice School traveled to Washington, DC on Saturday and lost 35-7 to Gallaudet University at Hotchkiss Field.
The Apprentice School football team heads north this weekend to face Gallaudet University in a 5 pm kickoff at Hotchkiss Field on the campus of Gallaudet in Washington, DC.
A second half comeback attempt by the Apprentice School came up short on Saturday as the Builders fell 20-13 to Greensboro College at Jamieson Stadium.
The Apprentice School hits the road again this week to Greensboro, NC to face the Pride of Greensboro College at 1 pm on Saturday.
Apprentice School senior kicker Nick Foor was named on Tuesday as the U.S. Collegiate Athletic Association Special Teams Player of the Week for the games of September 8.
Freshman Jodey McNeil ran for 147 yards and a pair of touchdowns as the Apprentice School defeated Coppin State 60-7 on Saturday on a stormy afternoon at Coppin Athletic Complex.