Author: Daniel Pirtle

Eagles Inch Closer to Playoffs With 18-15 Win over Monarch

As the Eagles prepared for a district matchup with the Monarch Knights, the possibility of a playoff berth sat in the back of their minds. Defeating the Knights would get them one step closer to that goal. It was an emotional night for the Eagles’ seniors, as pulling off the win would potentially allow them to keep their high school […]

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Eagles defeat Trojans in 47-20 victory

On Thursday, Oct. 19th, the men’s varsity football team won a road matchup against the Taravella Trojans by a score of 47-20. Coming into the game, many wondered if the offense would finally produce, as Ryan Kavanaugh (16) replaced Tyler Goodman (1) as the team’s starting quarterback. The transition to an entirely new quarterback is not usually an easy one. […]

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Varsity Football defeats Coral Springs in Pig Bowl

Varsity Football defeats Coral Springs in Pig Bowl

The men’s varsity football team storm out of the tunnel to a deafening home crowd, ready to destroy anything and everything in their path. Looking for their third straight victory against bitter rival Coral Springs, they take the field with an insatiable thirst for that goal. With all the confidence in the world and a rowdy crowd behind him, Tyler […]

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Varsity football team claims first win of the season

On Thursday, Sept. 29, the men’s varsity football team claimed their first victory of the season when they traveled to Northeast High and defeated the Hurricanes by a score of 19-14. With two losses to begin the year, the Eagles were hungry for their first win. After last week’s 49-0 loss to Cardinal Gibbons, the Eagles locker room was full […]

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The varsity football team begins the season with concern and uncertainty [Brief]

On Friday, Sept. 1st, the men’s varsity football team kicked their season off with a defeat at the hands of the South Broward High Bulldogs at a score of 21-7. The Eagles entered this 2017-18 season with many new issues and concerns, one of which was the replacement all five starters from last year’s offensive line. The new offensive line is led […]

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