2017 NHFA Tournament

Georgia Force are the 2017 NHFA National Champions
GF Champions at scoreboard

Congratulations to the Georgia Force and the NOAH Jaguars on playing a great championship game that was exciting all the way until the end.

Lighthouse Christian All Homeschool Champions

Congratulations to the Lighthouse Christian Charger for winning the NHFA All Homeschool National Championship defeating the Dasche Spartans

Bowl Game Results

Beach Bowl Game:
Christ Prep 35 Texas Wind 0

PCB Bowl Game:
Maryland Christian Saints 20 Dasche Spartans 6

Sun Bowl Game:
Crimson Knights 23 HSAA Blue Angels 22

Florida Bowl Game:
Lighthouse Christian Chargers 24 Central Maryland Crusaders 16

Homeschool Bowl Game
Memphis Nighthawks 42 Northside Lions 0

Laguna Beach Bowl Game
ACA Defenders 29 Northern Virginia Centurions 0

Game results for Thursday
Game # 1: Memphis Nighthawks 36 ACA Defenders 6
Game # 2: Northside Lions 10 Northern Virginia 8
Game # 3: Maryland Christian Saints 34 HSAA Blue Angels 14
Game # 4: Central Maryland Crusaders 30 Crimson Knights 17
Game # 5: NOAH Jaguars 21 Texas Wind 3
Game # 6: Georgia Force 29 Christ Prep 20
Game # 7: All Homeschool Championship Game
Lighthouse Christian 44 Dasche Spartans 0


Coach Roger McDanield

Homeschool football has lost one of it’s founding members as Roger McDaniel, in February 2017, went to be with the Lord. The head coach for the North Georgia Falcons since it’s beginning, Roger’s passion and love help build homeschool football and in particular, the Falcons, into a recognized brand both in Georgia and throughout the country. As I reflect back on all the times I spent with Roger, he was the definition of selfless to me. He gave so much of his time, talents, effort and money to help people (players and parents) not only with the Falcons but with other teams. He always had time to talk, give encouragement, advice and even a little discipline now and then when it called for it. Roger was a true servant of the Lord.

NOAH Steve Gastulem
We are saddened to hear about the passing of the former Head Coach Steve Gastulum of the NOAH Jaquars. In a statement from Jerome Davis, he said “Gastulem, 57, was the second Varsity Head Coach in program history, taking over for Joe Blankenship after the 2011 season. A 1982 graduate & award winning Lineman of Baker University, Coach G had a distinguished coaching career that included winning multiple NHFCS National & Regional Championships as both Head Coach and Assistant Coach.
Last fall, Coach G was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer and on the evening of July 24th, after putting up a very hard fight… Steve passed from this world and went to be with his Lord & Savior. Gastulem was a father of eight and had just celebrated 29 years of marriage to his beloved wife Kari this month.