Friday, October 30, 2020

CHS Islander Football Team Opens 2013 Season Against Francis Parker

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The Coronado High School football team took on Francis Parker last Friday for their first game of the season.

The final score was 6-41, with Francis Parker coming out on top. The Islander team played tremendously against such a tough opponent. “It was a tough loss,” said head coach Tony Isabella. “Francis Parker is a good team. That is one of the reasons we play teams like that. It will only make us better. I’m always proud of our team.”

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Injuries to players Zack Kozlik, Michael Dunphey and Patricio Ochoa hurt the team, but other key athletes still gave a tremendous effort on the field: Robbie Weissenfels, Jared Meoni, Jordan Naramore, Michael Butcher and Kyle Dodson, just to name a few.

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Coach Isabella also added that their next game against Southwest High School, scheduled for September 6th at 7 p.m., should not be missed. Check out the rest of the boys’ schedule here!

Both photos courtesy of local student Dominic Irigoyen.

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