Members of the Carolina Crusaders home- and private-schooled football team huddle during practice Thursday at Allison Creek Presbyterian Church. For the first time in four years, the nomadic Crusaders have a home -- Chester's Joe Collins Stadium. Below, Crusaders coach Dave Horne.
Members of the Carolina Crusaders home- and private-schooled football team huddle during practice Thursday at Allison Creek Presbyterian Church. For the first time in four years, the nomadic Crusaders have a home -- Chester's Joe Collins Stadium. Below, Crusaders coach Dave Horne.
Members of the Carolina Crusaders home- and private-schooled football team huddle during practice Thursday at Allison Creek Presbyterian Church. For the first time in four years, the nomadic Crusaders have a home -- Chester's Joe Collins Stadium. Below, Crusaders coach Dave Horne.

The Carolina Crusaders have found what they needed ... A stadium they can call HOME

August 25, 2007 1:43 AM

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