By: Matt Rothman
The Coral Springs football team had their most dominant win in their final game of the regular season after a 53-0 victory over Northeast High School.
The Colts finish the regular season under first-year Head Coach Leonard Weaver at 2-2 and have tons to look forward to as Weaver looks to continue to change the culture regarding Coral Springs Football.
“I wanted to get the culture going in the right direction,” Weaver. said. “I wanted to get some structure and discipline, and the next phase is winning. We accomplished those. I rather win, but we are on the upswing.”
Sophomore Tony Martin had himself a game to remember by throwing four touchdown passes and rushing for one on Friday. He was 12-18 on the night and threw for 150 yards. Marvin McKenzie also had a rushing touchdown as the Colts pitched their first shutout since October 17, 2017, against Piper High School.
Coral Springs will await the rankings to see if they will participate in the postseason. If not, Coach Weaver is very much looking forward to having a full off-season. With COVID-19, the Colts had less than three weeks to practice and had had no summer workouts and still managed to play competitively versus Marjory Stoneman Douglas and Monarch High School and defeat J.P Taravella earlier this season.
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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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