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QUICK HITS – Cooper City Still Searching For The Right Combination In Turning Things Around

While the Coronavirus is dictating high school football, across the country, we can understand the need for ongoing exposure.

Because we promote high school football in south Florida year-round, there is no need to stop right now.

In the coming weeks, we will have a brief look at the school in south Florida in a segment that we call “QUICK HITS”.

Today, our “QUICK HITS” starts the week off with a visit back to Broward and Cooper City.

QUICK HITS

SCHOOL: Cooper City Cowboys

HEAD COACH: Danny Carlisle

2019 RECORD: 4-6

LASSIFICATION: 7A

WHO ARE WE LOOKING AT FOR 2020

2021 - Jordan Arguinzoni, QB/WR

2021 - Armando Alvarez, DL/LB

2021 - Julian Beato, QB/RB

2023 - Anthony Benito, QB/WR

2022 - Justin Cardona, DL

2021 - Braden Dulude, OL/LB

2021 - Isaiah Janiver, RB/DB

2022 - Aidan Koutsofios, LB

2021 - Denver Hallman, DB

2021 - Jojo Langteau, OLB

2021 - Andre Mornay, OL/DL

2022 - Carlos Munez, RB/DB

2021 - Jeremy Payne, RB/DB

2023 - Josh Pontigo, TE/LB

2023 - Jesse Rojas, OL/DL

2022 - Matheus Salomoni, OL/DL 

2022 - Ahsan Sanders, DB

2022 - George Sklavenitis, OL/DL

2021 - Brandon Toler, QB/WR

2022 - Nico Valdes, DB

2022 - Jose Varona, QB/WR

SUMMARY: If you’ve followed this program through the years, you know that what happens on the football field is often a direct reflection of how close the youth program is with the schools.

While this community-based program is always near the top of the academic side of the balance, football has not been the centerpiece that it can be.

What Coach Carlisle, a product of this program and the community, has been attempting to do is bring back those local ties between the youth programs and the high school, and while there is still a gap that needs to be tightened, you can see a number of younger prospects coming aboard, looking to be the solution and not the ongoing problem.

If the Cowboys can tap back into that pipeline that has helped to produce a number of quality football players through the years, things will change – and that is not just talk. That is a proven fact.

As this team looks toward the 2020 season, there is plenty to be optimistic about – with a solid mix of veteran leadership and youthful talent.

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