4 Coral Springs Varsity Boys Soccer Teams Compete in District Quarterfinals

Coral Glades High School Boys Soccer Stuns Marjory Stoneman Douglas in Penalty Kicks

Coral Glades boys soccer. {Athletics}

By: Matt Rothman

There were four Coral Springs varsity soccer teams in action in the District Championship, but only one school picked up a victory.

Coral Springs High School

After falling in their match 3-2 against Deerfield Beach High School during the regular season, the Coral Springs High School soccer team once again lost Tuesday night against Deerfield Beach High School. The Colts fell 2-1 and for their lone goal from Yago Ortiz. 

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The Colts finished the season with a record of 5-8-3 and had wins over Northeast, Blanche Ely, Charles W. Flanagan, Somerset Preparatory School, and J.P. Taravella High School.

Coral Springs Charter

Coral Springs Charter boys soccer teams season is over after the Panthers fell 3-0 to Katz Yeshiva High School Monday afternoon.

 4 Coral Springs Varsity Soccer Teams Compete in District Quarterfinals

Coral Springs Charter boys soccer on senior night. {CSC Soccer}

The Panthers came into the postseason as the sixth seed after winning two games during the regular season. Their victories came over Somerset Academy Prep and West Boca Raton High School. They also had four ties against Coral Springs High School, Northeast, Flanagan, and St. John Paul Academy II. 

Monday night was also the last game for seniors Jose Resendiz, Mason Lentz, John Camacho, Andrew Mersch, and Ryan Head.

Coral Glades vs. J.P. Taravella

In a battle between two bitter rivals, Coral Glades pulled out a 3-0 win over J.P. Taravella

Senior Captain Johnathan Hines scored a pair of goals while Samir Dominguez had one.

“Team played great as goalie Simon Utrera had a shutout and had some phenomenal saves,” said Head Coach Chris Hawley.” We’re ready for Marjory Stoneman Douglas tomorrow.

For the Trojans, their season ends after they went 7-11-3. Coral Glades won their fifth game and will play the Eagles in the semifinals once again after last year’s classic Championship Game, where the Eagles won in overtime. 

MSD also won 3-0 in the lone meeting this season and will be playing on Wednesday, February 2 at 4 p.m. The Eagles are 8-2-1 and the second seed in the District. 

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

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