Week 2 High School Football Recap in Coral Springs

Week 2 High School Football Recap in Coral Springs

Coral Springs High School Football. {BCAA}

By: Matt Rothman

Week two of the high school football season is complete, with four teams taking the field.

The Coral Springs Charter football team dropped their second straight game, losing  24-22 against Pembroke Pines Charter on Thursday. 

The Panthers played well defensively, with Michael Strider returning an interception for a touchdown. Jordan Richardson also forced a fumble in the first quarter. Kevauun Dickinson recorded a 56-yard touchdown run as well. CSC will return home for their game on Friday, September 8, against Ransom Everglades School at 7 p.m. The Panthers will look to avoid going 0-3, which they have not done since 2007.

Coral Glades, who was coming off an overtime loss in their first game, fell 32-10 to Deerfield Beach High School, with Deerfield Head Coach Cam Thomas getting his first win with his new team.

The Jaguars will have just six days off before returning to the field against Miramar High School on Thursday, September 7 at 7 p.m. The Patriots lost 20-14 in their first game but went 8-2 last year, including a 47-0 win over Coral Glades.

Eddie Brown made his debut as head coach for the Coral Springs High School football team on Friday against Piper High School. The Colts also faced a familiar coach as they went against Quentin Short, who was previously at Marjory Stoneman Douglas before stepping down this year. 

CSHS, though fell 38-0 and have started the season 0-1 for the fourth straight season. They will play Hollywood Hills High School in their next game on Thursday, September 7, at 4 p.m. The Spartans lost 20-7 in their first game and also fell to the Colts 10-6 in the two teams only meeting last year. 

J.P. Taravella also struggled, losing to South Plantation High School 25-6 on Friday. They will play Pompano Beach High School in their next game on Friday, September 8, at 7 p.m. The Trojans had their only win last year came against the Golden Tornadoes. 

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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.