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Coronado High School Islanders Start Football Season Friday Aug. 30th


The Coronado High School Islander Football season kicks off this Friday at 7 PM with a tough game against Francis Parker.

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The head coach, Tony Isabella, said a few words in regards to the upcoming game and season. “Francis Parker is a very good team, and they will be a tough opponent,” he said of the game on Friday.

He elaborated further on the rest of the season to say that fans of the Islander team should “look forward to every game because this is one of the toughest schedules in the county”. Despite the pressure, he was confident that this year would be an improvement from the last, thanks to an incredibly strong coaching staff with a mix of college experience, law enforcement and military presence, and a team of strong and intelligent athletes dedicated to the sport.

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Some of the members of the team he singled out as being players to watch this season, included students Robby Weissenfels (quarterback) and Jared Meoni (linemen), this year’s senior team captains. Other strong players named were Gabe Granados (defensive back) and Francisco Jimenez (linemen).

Adults $6.00, Students $3.00
Those with a CHS ASB card can enter the game free.
Children under 5 and Seniors over 60 are free.

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Make sure to stop by the game this Friday at 7 PM at the CHS football field, and check out the rest of the boys’ schedule here!

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