Coral Glades Recognizes Senior Athletes Before “King of Springs Game”

Coral Glades Recognizes Senior Athletes Before “King of Springs Game”

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By: Matt Rothman

Coral Glades hosted a new tradition on Friday night before their game against Coral Springs High School. They recognized all senior athletes together for the first time during Homecoming.

While the Colts picked up a 20-15 win for their third win of the season, the Jaguars recognized David Bedoya, Elijah Campbell-Finch, Willsmith Cherelus, Andrew Eccleston, Darius Edwards, Jean Francois, Tomas, Becerra Geffroy. Corey Grant JR, Jayden Hage, Nahum Jaboin, Caleb Richardson, Keyshawn Sinfort, Hezikah Snook, Kahjiem Swaby, Mael Thales, Jacari Thienard, Jordan Ulysse and Damieon Zapata.

The seniors from the swim team are Ajeandra Alzate. Julian Campos, Leya Chaidez, Mariana Pelaez Dias, Matthew Feuss, Elise Gonzalez and Kaitlyn Harter. 

Ali Abdallah, Anderson Jean Baptiste, Huston Cadette, Daylean Lainez, Maddie Pelaez, and Gianna Thomas were honored by the cross country team.

The volleyball team, currently 8-7 this year with one more game left in the regular season, recognized Juliana Sanchez, Olivia Menard, Amelie Donahue, Madison Avin, Jayla Rodriguez, and Keelee Okoro. On Monday, they also recognized their 25-11, 25-9, 25-20 win over McArthur High School.

The Jaguars also honored band members Esther Alonso, Caleb Andrews, Ronald Beauplan, Mark Chester, Grace Cutie, Guillermo De Vita, Jayla Dorian, Morgan Dudley, Tyler Duverna, Anthony Gauthier, lan Holztman-Alarcon, Devin McCoy, Ashley Melo, Nyeem Reid, Jolina Tabet and Soriah Walker.

The senior cheerleaders are Ashley Andujar, Kasey Ardron, Sophia Castro, Maria Cabo, Tavi Cummings, and Auri Harding. Isabel Pereira, Sophia Persten, Jessica Sasor, Macie Schnell and Briana Zabaleta. While the bowling team was not in attendance, the boys and girls teams have combined to win 35 matches this season.
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Matt Rothman

Matt Rothman
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. He also works for the Mohave Valley Daily News in Bullhead City, Arizona covering high school sports.

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