The Patriots (13-0) defeated the Jesuit Tigers (12-1) by a score of 21-14 to advance to the state championship game for district 5A.
For those looking for a crew team, an independent team is their best bet. Heritage, unfortunately, isn’t likely to have one in the near future.
The Patriots (11-0) defeated the Cardinal Gibbons Chiefs (9-2) in a nail-biting 10-7 win to advance to the regional final game next week vs. Bishop Moore in Orlando.
This win moved Heritage closer to the State Finals where the players will try to win its third State Championship in four years. The Patriots will play Cardinal Gibbons next week in the regional semifinals.
Even without senior cornerback Will Allen III, senior wide receiver Darnell Fleury and junior running back Miles Jones, the Patriots utterly dominated the Chargers and showed they are ready to make a formidable run in the playoffs.
Heritage athletes devote hours to their craft. They deserve to be applauded and supported in large numbers. We can do better.
Slaton is currently ranked in the top 10 players for his position with an excellent rating of four stars according to 247sports.
After being on blood thinners since February, Bosh told the media he was “ready to play.” He also said that he would be at the beginning of training camp on Sept. 27. However, he still had to pass a physical.
Overall penalties played a big role in the game with the penalty count going up to 25 with about 26 minutes of actual play time.
Herbert is the 109th ranked player in the ESPN 300, a ranking of the top 300 high school football players.