- 5:01 pm Wednesday, July 11th, 2012 by Matt Porter
Palm Beach County’s other marquee summer football festival is this weekend in Delray Beach.
- 11:16 am Saturday, June 9th, 2012 by Matt Porter
Every year, former NFL fullback Heath Evans puts on a 7-on-7 tournament at his alma mater, King’s Academy.
- 4:10 pm Sunday, July 10th, 2011 by Matt Porter
They don’t appear in the record books, but 7-on-7s are prime opportunities for teams to grow their skill positions and build together. Saturday’s event, put on by Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Brandon Flowers along with Prep and Sports, brought together 10 teams from Palm Beach County and seven from surrounding counties to Seacrest Athletic Complex in Delray Beach.
It was a fun (and hot) event that ended with Flowers’ alma mater, Atlantic, winning the title over John I. Leonard.
That said, here are some scattered observations: [More]
- 3:25 pm Wednesday, January 12th, 2011 by Jeff Greer
The South Florida Blur, a new seven-on-seven travel football team started by Luke and Mark Stampini of SoFLAfootball.com and partnered with Under Armour, released its roster late Tuesday night.
- 1:47 pm Thursday, July 15th, 2010 by Post Staff
Glades Central football dispatched Tampa-Jefferson 55-45 to defend its NFL National 7-on-7 title July 11 in Tampa.
The Raiders, who represented the Miami Dolphins in the competition, won nine games during the weekend en route to its second consecutive title.
Coach Jessie Hester said his young team rallied behind its quarterback, Jamarious Rowley, who will play his first season at the helm of the offense in the fall.
“All the focus was on the kids coming in being one of the favorites to win,” Hester said. “They had a lot to live up to, and they stepped up and accepted that challenge [More]
- 2:42 pm Friday, July 24th, 2009 by Jason Lieser
The Glades Central football team represented South Florida in the NFL’s national 7-on-7 high school football contest and won the tournament.
Here is the official press release, courtesy of the Miami Dolphins:
- 12:35 pm Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009 by Jason Lieser
Despite his football team’s recent dismissal from a 7-on-7 tournament, Pahokee athletic director Tom Mejia believes he has a relatively well-behaved team.
The Blue Devils were sent home one day into Nike’s 7on tournament in Beaverton, Ore. for allegedly stealing football gloves off of a display at the facility. Mejia said the school is investigating the situation internally and believes the theft involved only one player. If that is the case, smearing the reputation of the rest of the players and coaches on the team is unfair, Mejia said.