- 11:10 am Wednesday, February 1st, 2012 by Jeff Greer
Jupiter Christian quarterback Keddy Bostic proved a lot his senior season: He was good in the pocket, with a strong arm and quick feet, and he’s also not afraid to change his mind.
- 6:42 pm Monday, January 23rd, 2012 by Matt Porter
They were friends on the football field first, then became brothers away from it. Now they’ll be reunited in college. [More]
- 9:57 am Monday, February 14th, 2011 by Matt Porter
The largest football signing class in Dwyer history continues to grow. [More]
- 8:44 pm Tuesday, November 16th, 2010 by Jeff Greer
There are 18 playoff games across every class involving teams from our area. This week, Matt and I will break down every matchup.
Next up is Jupiter Christian, a team with a fantastic shot at winning the Class 1B title. The Eagles get Highlands Christian, an 8-2 club from Pompano Beach, to start their run. Let’s discuss how Jupiter Christian can start off on the right foot.
- 3:12 pm Monday, August 9th, 2010 by Matt Porter
For me, the official start of the 2010 football season began at 5:55 a.m., with the first of two coffees. Both were consumed on the way to Palm Beach Gardens, the first stop on a five-school kickoff tour. I’ll be posting updates throughout the day in this space, reporting scattered observations from Gardens, Jupiter, Jupiter Christian, Benjamin and Dwyer. Hope you enjoy.
- 12:49 pm Monday, May 3rd, 2010 by Jason Lieser
The shiny white banner commemorating Jupiter Christian’s 2007 and ’08 state titles has never seemed so irrelevant. Other than that sign, which hangs near the Eagles’ practice field, there are few traces remaining from their dominant run.
The two most important players of that era — running back and linebacker Will Powers (four-year starter) and quarterback Marshyl Rothman (three years) — are gone. Danny Meyer and Westin Pedersen were two-way, two-year starters who graduated as well. This team looked entirely different as it began the 2010 season Saturday.
“There’s definitely a changing of the guard,” coach Bill Powers said. “We have four or five kids that were important role players last year that should hopefully step up for us, but we’ve got some young kids.