The Creekside Knights Athletic Booster Club has a limited amount* of 2020-21 Memberships available for $65. This exclusive membership includes a free annual subscription to the NFHS Live Stream Network. With your subscription, the NFHS Live Stream Network grants you live stream access to competitions across the nation. The value of this subscription alone is $69.99.
*We only have 35 memberships left at this price!
With limited seating capacity (below 30%), venues will likely sell out. Your subscription will allow you to livestream all home Creekside Stadium and Gymnasium games (football, soccer, lacrosse, track, volleyball, basketball, and wrestling) as well as away games at Ponte Vedra High School, Bartram Trail High School, Nease High School, Pedro Menendez High School, Bolles, Episcopal, Bishop Kenny, and hundreds of other schools.
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Creekside junior Imani Graham headlines 2019 All-County Girls Tennis team after finishing 18-0 with a FHSAA individual state championship.
After leading Menendez’s boys basketball program for the past three seasons, Adam Holmes is moving again.Holmes has been named the new head coach at Creekside High School.”When you’re trying to build culture and you’re trying to continue traditions you have had — we’ve had a lot of success with our last two coaches — he just felt like the right guy,” Creekside athletic director Luke Marabell said Friday.Holmes, a Bartram Trail grad and former Creekside assistant, is
It may have taken a little longer than expected, but Creekside won its first boys basketball game of the season Tuesday night to give head coach Will Mayer his 300th career victory. With the 60-44 win over Cornerstone Christian, Mayer improved his career record to 300-172, including a 91-32 mark at Creekside. Garrett Denny scored 16 points and had a team-high four assists to lead the Knights (1-6) to the home win. Nick Rice added 13 points.
Mayer was the head coach at Middletown North (New Jersey) in 2001-07, Cedar Shoals (Georgia) in 2007-10 and Monsignor Donovan Catholic High School (Georgia) in 2010-14 before taking over at Creekside before the 2014-15 season. His teams have won more than 20 games in each of the past three seasons. The Knights were Class 8A state runners-up last season.
As winter sports season quickly approaches in the high school world, a spotlight is on the reigning state runner up, Creekside Knights basketball team.
Coming off a very strong year, the Knights fell just short of the school’s very first state title in basketball. However, a motivated Knights team, coached by William Mayer, looks to continue their winning ways. The road will be tough though, after losing 8 seniors to graduation including star point guard, Jay Plummer. Going into this season, the Knights are a young team with only 2 seniors on the squad. With the new look Knights, there is still plenty of Division 1 talent on the team. Perhaps the most talented prospect, Junior Michael Phillips, has asserted his role as a leader on the team. Michael is being recruited by the University of North Florida along with several other schools. With this type of talent on the team, they have a good chance to have another superb season.
This team will have to play harder than ever before to stay as one of the elite basketball teams in the state. But with the grit and determination, anything is possible. When Coach Mayer was asked what his expectations were for the season, he said, “I think by February we could be a pretty good team… but due to the team being so young, we’re going go through some growing pains at certain points in the year”. This is normal for a team trying to rebuild. But with Coach Mayer at the helm, the ream team will be ready to reach their goals, which are no different than previous years. Mayer asserts that he “wants to play in the District Championship Game which could give us a chance to win a championship.” The Knights look to continue playing entertaining, hard fought basketball games this season and with the coaching and dedication exemplified by the team, there’s nothing that’s going to get in their way!
In addition to the Boys Basketball team, the Lady Knights are coming into the season with many returning players and high hopes for their squad. Led by Senior Anna Rose Epting and Sophomore Taylor Gardner, the team looks to be on their way to a great season with much experience and numerous leadership figures. A team with confidence like this looks to take on the challenges this season after a disappointing performance last year. The Lady Knights went 10-17 in 2017-2018 after having a 20-win season and a trip to the FHSAA playoffs the year before.
“I think we have the talent to win districts and that’s what our main goal is,” said Taylor Gardner about her aspirations for the team. The Lady Knights will be ready to take on any and all challenges and the will to win will get them a long way. The Lady Knight should put on a show offensively as they have a very good core group shooting around the perimeter as well as their uncanny ability take the ball to the bucket. This will prove to be very difficult for teams to stop and result in more in the win column!
This season is going to be very entertaining for both girls and boys basketball teams and they each have the potential to perform at very high, competitive levels. The teams will be showcased at Midknight Madness tonight starting at 5:30pm. In this exciting opportunity, both teams will have intrasquad scrimmages along with performances from cheer and dance as well as food, fun and games! Come on out to support your Knights Basketball teams!
On Friday, November 9th, Creekside Boys and Girls Basketball hosts the annual “MidKnight Madness” at Creekside High School. In this exciting opportunity, both teams will have intrasquad scrimmages along with performances from cheer and dance as well as food, fun and games!
The evening schedule is posted below: