By: Matt Rothman
Patience pays for the Coral Springs High School junior varsity football team. Despite waiting until October 13 for their first game, they quickly picked up their first win.
The Colts defeated Coral Glades 20-0 Wednesday night. De’Sean Stephens had a 60 interception returned for a touchdown, while Samari Reed scored from 56 and 29 yards out. Quarterback Brayden Walters threw for just under 200 yards. Gabriel Cash forced three fumbles and recorded an interception while Shai Kerry registered a pair of sacks.
Head Coach Steven Hill and his entire coaching staff of Coach Willie Dublin and Head Varsity Coach Ian Headley felt like they got the most out of their team.
“I liked how the players came out ready to play, said Coach Hill. “They have been waiting and working heard to get to this night. We are proud of how they came out and executed on both sides of the ball.”
Coral Glades falls to 0-3-1 and have scored only six points in their last two games after a tie in their third matchup against Plantation High School.
Up next, CSHS will host Marjory Stoneman Douglas on Wednesday, October 20 at 6:30 p.m. the Eagles are winless through their first two games of the season.
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