Tate Aggies Hold Chowdown; Announce Crimson And Blue Bowl

August 9, 2019

Over 300 people attended the Tate Football Chowdown Thursday night.

Football players and their families enjoyed a meal provided by the Church of Christ at Milestone as head coach Jay Lindsey previewed the upcoming season.

The Crimson and Blue Bowl was announced for October 5. It will be a big rivalry game between the Cantonment Cowboys and the Ensley Chiefs in Pete Gindl Stadium.

It was also announced that “53″ Aggie Strong shirts honoring Sean Banks will be sold in the Aggie Shack during games. Proceeds will benefit a football scholarship.

Pictures: Scenes from the Tate Aggie Chowdown Thursday night. Photos by Jennifer Repine for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

Comments

One Response to “Tate Aggies Hold Chowdown; Announce Crimson And Blue Bowl”

  1. Jake anderson on August 9th, 2019 2:41 pm

    What a outstanding program. Im counting two years till my son will be a freshman. You can see the love the head coach and his staff has on friday night. And the support they have from the quarterback club is amazing. So good luck aggies we will be in the stands cheering you on!





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