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[Brief] JV football team beats Coral Springs High School

On Sept. 26, the JV football team played at Coral Springs High School with a final score of 27-20.

Right when the first quarter started, running back Chris Spence (6) ran in the first touchdown of the night. Right after, our defense recovered a fumble and wide receiver Shamar Gonzalez (10) scored the second touchdown. By halftime, the Eagles were leading 14-0.

When third quarter began, Coral Springs scored their first touchdown making the score 14-6. In the fourth quarter, Coral Springs began to rally and brought their score up to 20, however, the Eagles hung on to the lead by 7 points.

“We played out best game yet. I’m really proud of ourselves and the hard work we put in. We beat a tough rival. The team plans on winning out the rest of the season,” linebacker Jahrel Wilson (14) said.

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The team’s next game is at home on Oct. 10, against Deerfield High School.

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