- 9:57 am Monday, February 14th, 2011 by Matt Porter
The largest football signing class in Dwyer history continues to grow. [More]
- 3:33 pm Tuesday, January 4th, 2011 by Matt Porter
Marshyl Rothman didn’t see himself spending his college years in Murray, Ky. As last season wore on, he didn’t see himself fitting into Murray State’s football program, either. [More]
- 11:03 am Tuesday, February 9th, 2010 by Jason Lieser
Marshyl Rothman, one of the area’s top quarterbacks over the past three seasons, said Monday he signed a letter of intent to play for Murray State.
- 5:22 am Wednesday, February 3rd, 2010 by Jason Lieser
Cornell’s offer to Jupiter Christian quarterback Marshyl Rothman disappeared after the school changed coaches.
- 11:30 am Sunday, December 13th, 2009 by Jason Lieser
A grueling recruiting process appears to have ended for Jupiter Christian quarterback Marshyl Rothman, who committed to Cornell this morning.
- 12:23 am Saturday, November 28th, 2009 by Jason Lieser
From the opening snap to the final play of the game, the night belonged to Glades Day running back Kelvin Taylor.
Taylor dominated Jupiter Christian’s defense and raced into the end zone for the game-winning two-point conversion as Glades Day beat the Eagles 45-44 in the Class 1B regional finals at Port St. Lucie High.
- 9:51 am Wednesday, November 4th, 2009 by Jason Lieser
Marshyl Rothman, a two-time state champion quarterback, has spent most of the past year lamenting the fact that no major college football program had offered him a scholarship.
Now he’s got one.
- 3:22 pm Thursday, October 15th, 2009 by Jason Lieser
Note: For more on Rothman and Thomas, check Jason’s story on PBgametime.com
Jupiter Christian quarterback Marshyl Rothman and Glades Central’s L.J. Thomas were sitting in lounge chairs at a 7-on-7 tournament in Tampa earlier this year, trying to the get the attention of some Michigan assistant coaches, when they realized it.
“Dude, we’re in the same boat,” Rothman said to Thomas.
- 8:28 pm Friday, October 9th, 2009 by Jason Lieser
There might not be a more detail-obsessed coach than Jupiter Christian’s Bill Powers — and he’d probably take that as a compliment.