The game Friday night between Americas and Coronado has two different storylines, set up by two different off-season situations. Americas is looking to compete for a district championship with a veteran offense that has had a great amount of success this season, even in a loss to Franklin High School.
Disappointed is the only word to describe how the Chapin Husky football team feels. For a second week in a row Chapin lost. The Huskies look forward to turning the season around against northeast foe Parkland. This week's matchup will play out at Irvin HS at 7 p.m.
By Henry Quintana III Cathedral High School Athletics Media Relations
After scoring a touchdown just minutes into the first quarter using some trickery against the Mustangs last Friday, the Irish just couldn't hold of Burges' ground attack, losing our first game of the 2011 season 35-7.
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Pumped up the Chapin Husky football team is ready for battle in the second week of Chapin football. Coming off a tough loss last week, it is critical that Chapin Huskies don’t lose focus. Ready for Friday’s game, Chapi
The start of a new school year is never easy. Students are disoriented, learning new schedules, meeting new teachers, and sometimes meeting new students. The discombobulated start of school can be reflected to the discombobulated start of a new football season. Coaches learn the strengths and weaknesses of new players, leading to some confusion to start. The teams that overcome that confusion and learn to work together in the slowest amount of time are usually the teams that perform at the highest levels, something that Coronado and Canutillo have been successful at in the past years, and Friday night will be a clear example of that.
The only image that came to mind Thursday evening was of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell sitting in front of his computer with a smirk smeared across his face, hands clasped together and an eyebrow raised ever so devilishly.
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