Once again it was all about football and plenty of competition this past Saturday - when the The Event - Miami held yet another successful 7-on-7 tournament at Ives Park in North Miami-Dade.
With some of the top football prospects in south Florida on hand - in every age group - it was once again something that players, coaches and fans were excited about.
When the sun set and the lights came on, it ended a day that served as a qualifier for bigger and better things coming up in the late winter/early spring.
The Westminster Christian football team beat Marathon High school, 37-0 at Westminster’s home field on Saturday afternoon. They did not have any chunk, solo home run explosive plays but made many solid plays and played like an undefeated team.
Star performance: The junior quarterback rushed seven times for 205 yards and three touchdowns in Patrick Henry’s 51-6 win over Caroline in the Patriots’ season opener.
Patrick Henry’s offense typically is a pass-first operation. But the team has practiced primarily in the gym the past two weeks because of heat and rain. So the passing game isn’t synced up yet.
Miami, Fla. – The Miami Dolphins today hosted more than 600 local youth and high school coaches and parents at the third annual Coaches Clinic at Hard Rock Stadium.
The Miami Dolphins coaching staff as well as coaches from the University of Miami, Florida International University and Florida Atlantic University taught 30 different classroom and on-field sessions focusing on game and practice techniques, motivational tools and core football competencies. Dolphins Associate Head Coach/Special Teams Coordinator Darren Rizzi welcomed the participants prior to the breakout sessions.