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” is going back to Broward County and a look at West Broward
SCHOOL: Pembroke Pines West Broward Bobcats
HEAD COACH: Brian McCartney
2019 RECORD: 1-9
WHO ARE WE LOOKING AT FOR 2020
2021 - Matthew Benitez, CB
2021 – Alenjado Bentancourt, OL/DL
2021 - Jacob Carro, DE/TE
2021 - Fredo Diaz, MLB
2023 - Drew Dodge, QB
2021 - Bobby Gonzalez, RB/ LB
2021 - Jalen Graham, WR/CB
2021 - Eric Hall, CB
2021 - Jeriel Jose Ramirez Contreras, Athlete
2021 - Steven Perez, WR
2022 - Isiah Richardson, SS/WR
2023 - Kevin Smith, LB/ Rb
2021 - Kamron Valencia, WR
2021 - Kolby Valencia, WR/S
2022 - Crisanto Villa, OL/DL
SUMMARY: For the past two season, here is a program that has struggled to get things going on the football field, but as gloomy as the future may have been over the past year, there is plenty to be excited about.
As Monte Dilworth and his coaching staff found out a few years back, solid coaching and hard work can change perception and the course for the future.
We have watched this program win on the football field, and with Coach McCartney bringing his many years of knowledge and football savvy to Pembroke Pines, there is a new feeling off U.S. 27.
Yes, the talent is there – and while the climb will be uphill – we have watched the Bobcats play winning football before.
What fans have to look forward are football people in place to help get this team back on course – where it was when they appeared in post season playoffs – and came out on top.
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