- 2:33 pm Tuesday, May 31st, 2011 by Matt Porter
With the news of Ohio State head football coach Jim Tressel’s resignation, the issue of college football players being paid or receiving other benefits has come into focus. [More]
- 9:19 pm Thursday, May 12th, 2011 by Jeff Greer
Note: Welcome to the PBGametime 2011 Spring Football Tour. During our three-week tour, we visit area teams, meet some of the top players and answer the most pressing questions. The first stop is Park Vista, where the Cobras are faster on defense but must replace Auburn-bound running back Tre Mason and three Division I offensive linemen.
- 7:02 pm Friday, October 29th, 2010 by Jeff Greer
- 6:17 pm Thursday, September 23rd, 2010 by Jeff Greer
Park Vista’s two Super 11 offensive linemen Mike Matulis and Cody Preble won’t play on Friday night at Palm Beach Central. Both have knee injuries.
- 12:27 am Thursday, August 12th, 2010 by Matt Porter
If Tre Mason is feeling the heat, he hides it well.
Park Vista’s star running back has scholarship offers from “every school east of the Mississippi.” On Facebook and fan sites, classmates and college football fans want to know where he’s going. A local media outlet reported he already made up his mind, leading to a frenzy of texts and Facebook messages. [More]
- 12:04 am Thursday, August 12th, 2010 by Jeff Greer
Sometimes, coaches get a nice gift in the preseason, an unexpected standout player who ends up playing a major role for the team in the fall. For Park Vista coach Brian Dodds, Matt Rodriguez is about as good a gift as he could get.
- 12:53 pm Tuesday, May 25th, 2010 by Jason Lieser
Note: Welcome to the PBGametime 2010 Spring Football Tour! During our two-week tour, we visit area teams, meet some of the top players and answer the most pressing questions. Today’s stop is Park Vista, where the running back Tre Mason is ready for a huge season behind the Cobras’ big offensive line.
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Cobras coach Brian Dodds said this is the biggest offensive line he’s had in 23 years as a high school coach. That unit is led by BCS prospects Mike Matulis (6-6, 260, No. 9 on The Big Board) and Cody Preble (6-5, 270, No. 5 on The Big Board). Preble is committed to Wake Forest, while Matulis is considering many options.
- 10:54 am Monday, March 22nd, 2010 by Jason Lieser
Despite playing with a torn left labrum, defensive end Curt Maggitt had 11 sacks in his junior season and was as valuable as any member of Dwyer’s impressive defense.