STERLING, Kan. – Two Warriors from the 2013 season are getting a taste of playing at the next level as regional scouts from the Kansas City Chiefs and Carolina Panthers came out to get measurements, time agility, and personally interview the players. Following their strong and explosive offensive attack during the season, Antonio Bray and Reggie Langford were both put to the test both physically and mentally.
"Football is like life, it requires perseverance, self-denial, hard work, sacrifice, dedication, and respect for authority."
WACO, Texas – Sterling College's Antonio Bray was named today to the AFCA-NAIA All-America First Team. Bray becomes the second Warrior in Sterling College history to earn such an honor, joining Joey Gilsdorf as the only Warrior to be named to the All-America First Team. Hall of Fame member Jeff Bennett is Sterling's only other All-American, being named to the second team in 1987. Bray made the team as an auxiliary player in the Specialists category of the team.
BALDWIN CITY, Kan. – The Sterling College Football team traveled to Baldwin City, Kan. on Saturday for their first round matchup of the NAIA Football Championship Series. This game was a prototypical cold November day as the Warriors took on the Wildcats and both teams fought for yardage. Baker would get off a field goal on the final play of the game to defeat Sterling 10-7.
|(13) Sterling at||7|
|(4) Baker University||10|
|NAIA Football Championship Series|
|(16) Sterling at||36|
|Kansas Wesleyan University||19|
|Southwestern College at||14|
|(19) Sterling at||56|
|(21) Sterling at||40|
|University of St. Mary||13|
|(8) Ottawa University at||18|
|(8) Tabor College at||(OT)||45|
|Concordia University at||6:00pm|
|Bethany College at||1:30pm|
|Bethel College at||1:30pm|
|University of St. Mary at||1:30pm|
|McPherson College at||1:30pm|