Gulliver Opens Up Season Tonight At Belen Jesuit

Since that heart-breaking loss to Miami Booker T. Washington last November, Miami Gulliver Prep has been hungry to get back on the field.

With a chance to get to the state championship game last year and come so close, head coach Earl Sims and this football team have a purpose in 2020 – and while the pandemic delayed the start, it will be tough to deny the No. 1 seed in 4A from a year ago, the chance to battle Cardinal Gibbons, St. Petersburg Lakewood and Cocoa to get to the title game in December.

This is a loaded team – with returnees and new faces throughout the field, and while this is their first game, tonight’s (7:00) contest will be used as a measuring stick for a program that is easily one of the best in Florida.

For first year head coach Don Chaney Sr. and his Wolverines, an impressive shutout win last week against Archbishop McCarthy was the perfect way to usher in a new era of Belen Jesuit football.

While there are a few experienced veterans on the team, it’s all about plenty of new faces – freshmen and sophomores who already stepped up in game 1.

It’s the Raiders and Wolverines in a matchup that was one-sided a year ago, and the home team has its work cut out against a program that has state championship on their collective minds.


Belen Jesuit Wolverines (1-0)

HEAD COACH: Don Chaney Sr.

2020 RECORD: 1-0



2022 - Zachary Acosta, LB/SS

2022 – Adison Arnholt, LB

2023 – Stefan Borrero, WR

2021 - Mariano Brito, DE

2021 - Nicholas Canino, SS/LB

2021 – Pablo Carreno, OL

2022 - Luis Consuegra, DB

2021 - Brandon Deeb, DL

2021 - Danny Del Resiego, OL

2021 - Alex Fernandez, DB

2021 - Isaiah Fuller, DB

2022 - Aidan Girado, RB

2021 - Christian Gomez, DL

2021 - Carlos Grundler, OL

2022 – Ian Johnson, OL

2021 - Jacob Lazo, LB

2024 – Gavench Marcelin, DE

2021 – Alex Melo, S

2024 – Albert Mendoza, QB

2021 - Alex Ortiz, DB

2021 – Wadih Pazos, DE

2021 - Nick Perez Abreu, DB

2024 – Vic Perez, WR

2021 - Hayden Puente, RB

2022 - Luke Scanziani, OL

2022 - Gabe Valladares, TE/OL

Gulliver Prep Raiders


2020 RECORD: 0-0



2021 – Matt Antezana, DL/OL

2022 – Patrick Atkins, OG

2022 – Will Bettridge, PK

2022 - Justin Neyra, OL/TE

2022 – Brandon Brana, C

2023 – Jalen Brown, WR

2021 – Eddy Cachon, OT

2024 -- Dylan Calero, LB

2023 – Darriel Cannon, S

2021 – Andres De La Pedraja, OG

2021 – Jonathan Del Rosario, DT

2022 – Decarlo Donaldson, WR

2022 – Bakari Edwards, OL/DE

2022 – Jonathan Fyne, DE

2023 – Lamont Green Jr., DE

2022 – Carson Haggard, QB

2023 – Sedrick Irvin Jr., RB

2022 – Travious Lathan, WR/DB

2022 -- Kamar Meza, DB/WR

2021 – Gabriel Nealy, DB/WR

2022 - Justin Neyra, TE

2022 - Jayvon Only, LB/S

2023 – Jaden Outar, CB

2023 – Antonio Smith, CB

2021 – Matty Sullivan, SS

2022 -- Kareem Wilson, DT/DE


American Heritage (Plantation) at Bartram Trail

Archbishop McCarthy at Benjamin

Calvary Christian (Fort Lauderdale) at Clewiston, 7:30

Champagnat Catholic at Monsignor Pace, 7:30

Doral Academy at Cardinal Newman

Everglades Prep at St. Brendan

Key West at Westminster Academy

Somerset Silver Palms at Dade Christian

Somerset South Homestead at Miami Christian, 4

TRU Prep Academy at Palm Glades Prep

Westminster Christian at Florida Christian, 7:30

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