14 High School Football Players in Coral Springs Compete in 25th Annual BCAA All-Star Game

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14 High School Football Players in Coral Springs Compete in 25th Annual BCAA All-Star Game

Coral Springs Charter Football. {Courtesy}

By: Matt Rothman

The 25th annual BCAA All-Star game took place Thursday night, with four teams participating at Nova High School.
Wide receiver Tyrique Gordon and defensive back Christyan Barrett were the two players from Coral Springs High School.

These two also competed under head Coach Fred Flowers in his first year with the Colts, who won four games with victories over Hollywood Hills, Northeast, Olympic Heights, and J.P. Taravella.

Coral Springs Charter had four players participate and their coach Chris Haire on the staff. The Panthers had three running backs selected in Dominic Dunn, Keon Taylor, and Michael Dunn. These three seniors combined for over 1,700 and 16 touchdowns this season.

Collin Teschky played his final game after leading the team with 330 yards and five touchdowns for a team that also won four games with victories over Archbishop McArthy, Trsdituons Prep, Northeast, and J.P Taravella.

Cam Thomas of Coral Glades, a BCAA all-star athlete 22 years ago, was the head coach for the North Team. He was joined by Kervens Saint-Juste, Carlton Boggs Jr., Jonathan Puddie, Daryl Pauling Jr., and Elijah Lopez. The Jaguars, who reached the State Playoffs for the first time in school history in 2021, played a tough schedule this season but still managed to shine in the city with victories over Coral Springs Charter and J.P. Taravella.

“It has been fun,” said Head Coach Cam Thomas. “I played in this game in 2000, and to go full circle, and be the head coach of the game, is exciting. I really enjoyed it.”

In a season where J.P. Taravella recorded their first win in two years, Michael Settles, Sebastian Cano, and Jayden Valentin made the All-Star Game. JPT’s win came against Pompano Beach High School. After scoring only one touchdown in the first half of the season, the Trojans scored 56 points in their final five games.

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Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism and then graduated from the University of Florida as a graduate student.

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