RJ Corba – Hamilton Athletics
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26 – RJ Corba
|High School:||Parkland HS|
2019: Appeared in one game as a first-year.
Personal: Majors in biochemistry… RJ attended Parkland High School… He played for the FCA Northeast Lacrosse Club… RJ is the son of Rob and Kim Corba and brother of Kameron Corba.
|Apr 6||Trinity||L, 14-12|
|Apr 9||#9 Williams||L, 12-6|
|Apr 13||Connecticut College||L, 12-9|
|Apr 17||at Vassar||W, 15-12|
|Apr 20||at #5 Wesleyan||L, 12-7|
|Apr 23||at Hartwick||W, 16-9|
|Shots on goal||0||0|
|Shots on goal percentage||–||–|
Former Navy Lacrosse Great Glen Miles to Coach FCA Select Team
(Kansas City, MO) – Former Navy Midshipman lacrosse great and retired Marine Lieutenant Colonel Glen Miles has been chosen as coach of the FCA Lacrosse National High School team. Miles will lead the FCA Harrow team as they embark on a four-day, three-city tour this week in the Northeast.
A midfielder and attackman, Miles is considered one of the premier players of his time. A First Team All-American and winner of the McLaughlin Award, he helped the Midshipmen advance to the NCAA Quarter Finals in 1986. He was inducted into the United States Naval Academy’s Lacrosse Hall of Fame in 1986 and was an alternate for the U.S. World team that same year. Four years later he was a member of the U.S. team that won the 1990 World Lacrosse Championship.
While serving his country in the U.S. military, Miles was honored with the Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy Commendation Medal, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, the Joint Forces Commendation Medal and two Navy Achievement Medals.
“I am excited to be a part of FCA Lacrosse and honored to have the opportunity to work with these young people,” Miles said. “My goal is to help develop not only their lacrosse skills, but also their skills as leaders and men of integrity.
The FCA team, selected from tryouts held by FCA Lacrosse earlier this year, is composed of 20 of the best High School juniors and seniors from around the country. The tour begins this Thursday in Towson, MD at Calvert Hall High School. On Friday the tour moves on to Downington, PA and the United States Training Center and wraps up Saturday and Sunday in Geneva, NY at Hobart College versus the Ontario Edge, one of the premier lacrosse teams from Canada.
FCA Lacrosse was launched in the summer of 1988 to help young lacrosse players reach their potential by providing positive role models and peer influence. It is one of six sport-specific ministries of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
“FCA Lacrosse is about positive peer influence, “said Sean McNamara, executive director of FCA Lacrosse. “We feel this tour will provide these kids a great opportunity to showcase their lacrosse skills while giving them direction on how to commit to play drug and alcohol free so they can reach their full potential. “
For more information about FCA Lacrosse go to www.fcalax.com or call (410) 891-2643.
IL Upstate Boys Invitational: Rosters
Inside Lacrosse is heading up to ‘Cuse as the IL Upstate Boys Invitational comes to New York this weekend
Talent will compete across four age divisions. The IL Regional Invitationals allow high school players in the classes of 2015-2018 to display their talents in front of college coaches while garnering unprecedented media coverage. Inside Lacrosse’s team of reporters, analysts, photographers and videographers will be out in force to capture the events’ stories, performances, sights and sounds from top to bottom.
The full rosters:
Coach: Nat St. Laurent
|Team||Color||#||Position||First Name||Last Name||City||State||Grad Year||High School||Club Team|
|Team 1||Blue||23||A||Ian||Evans||Jamesville||NY||2018||Lafayette||CNY Roadhawks/ Thouroughbreds|
|Team 1||Blue||24||M||Dan||Entenmann||Auburn||NY||2015||Auburn High||Upstate Lax Club|
|Team 1||Blue||67||A||Colin||Spencerport||NY||2016||Spencerport||Rochester Flyers|
|Team 1||Blue||68||A||Carlos||Forde||Otisville||NY||2017||Minisink Valley High School||Minisink Valley|
|Team 1||Blue||69||A||Jacob||Buck||Rochester||NY||2018||Churchville-Chili||Blaze Lacrosse|
|Team 1||Blue||70||A||Sam||Robles||Elbridge||NY||2016||Jordan Elbrdige||Lionheart Lacrosse|
|Team 1||Blue||71||M||Zachary||Ettinghausen||Rochester||NY||2015||McQuaid Jesuit||Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)|
|Team 1||Blue||72||M||Jon||Lippert||Tully||NY||2016||Tully High School||Coldbrook Lacrosse Club|
|Team 1||Blue||73||M||Luke||Hamel||Manlius||NY||2017||Fayetteville-Manlius High School||Burn’em Lacrosse|
|Team 1||Blue||74||M||Ryan||Smith||Syracuse||NY||2018||West Genesee HS||CNY Roadhawks|
|Team 1||Blue||75||A/M||Sean||Emerson||Penn Yan||NY||2016||Penn Yan Academy||SweetLax|
|Team 1||Blue||76||LSM/D||Austin||Kavich||Mount Sinai||NY||2017||Mount Sinai High School||LI Empire|
|Team 1||Blue||78||D||Tyler||Balsavage||Lancaster||NY||2016||Lancaster Central High School||Buffalo Lacrosse Academy for 2015, Champion Lacrosse prior|
|Team 1||Blue||79||D||Jason||Herskowitz||Tappan||NY||2017||Tappan Zee High School||Dip n Dunk|
|Team 1||Blue||80||G||Bryce||Kelly||Honeoye Falls||NY||2016||Honeoye Falls Lima||Fellowship of Christian Athletes|
|Team 1||Blue||81||G||Cole||Zaferakis||Liverpool||NY||2019||Liverpool||Upstate Lacrosse Club|
|Team 1||Blue||90||D||Mitchell||Warren||Rochester||NY||2015||Irondequoit||Section5 Snipers|
|Team 1||Blue||139||D||Adam||Isaac||canandaigua||NY||2016||Canandaigua||Rochester Blaze lacrosse club|
Coaches: Pat March, Vermont; Kiel Adams, Herkimer
|Team||Color||#||Position||First Name||Last Name||Town||State||Grad Year||HS||Club Team|
|Team 2||Red||20||A||Brett||Beetow||Lancaster||NY||2018||Lancaster Central High School||BLA Buffalo Lacrosse Academy|
|Team 2||Red||21||A/M||Connor||Smith||Baldwinsville||NY||2016||Baldwinsville High School||FCA 2016|
|Team 2||Red||22||M||Evan||Spratt||LaFayette||NY||2018||LaFayette High School||Burn ‘Em Lacrosse|
|Team 2||Red||23||D||Lantz||Kilburn||Toronto||CA||2015||Northern Secondary School||Northern Lacrosse|
|Team 2||Red||30||A/M||Tyler||Dalle||Rochester||NY||2017||Greece Arcadia||Rochester Flyers|
|Team 2||Red||70||A||Dominic||Castiglia||Liverpool||NY||2015||Liverpoo High School||Gotta Believe|
|Team 2||Red||71||A||Dylan||DeLorme||Fairport||NY||2016||Fairport High School||Rochester Blaze Lacrosse|
|Team 2||Red||72||A||Dylan||Dunham||Auburn||NY||2017||Jordan Elbridge||Lionheart Lacrosse|
|Team 2||Red||73||M||Zachary||Wagner||Elbridge||NY||2015||Jordan-Elbridge||Lionheart Lacrosse Club|
|Team 2||Red||76||M||Matthew||Gasbarre||Fairport||NY||2017||Fairport High School||FCA Northeast 2017|
|Team 2||Red||77||M||Zachary||Van Valkenburgh||Fayetteville||NY||2018||Fayetteville Manlius||BURN’EM LACROSSE|
|Team 2||Red||79||LSM/D||Chris||Ryan||Jordan||NY||2017||Jordan Elbridge||Upstate Lacrosse Club|
|Team 2||Red||80||LSM||Tyler||Bushnell||Honeoye Falls||NY||2017||Honeoye Falls Lima High School||FCA Northeast 2017 Gold|
|Team 2||Red||81||D||Stephen||Houlihan||Walworth||NY||2017||Wayne Central School District||FCA Gold 2017|
|Team 2||Red||82||D||Matthew||Rodenhouse||Pittsford||NY||2017||Pittsford Mendon HS||Rochester Flyers|
|Team 2||Red||84||G||William||Fallon||Solvay||NY||2018||Christian Brothers Academy||Upstate Lacrosse Club, Syracuse, NY|
|Team 2||Red||85||G||Christian||Parker||Rochester||NY||2017||Gates-Chili High School||Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)|
|Team 2||Red||124||D||Luke||McAnaney||Syracuse||NY||2018||Westhill||Orange Crush|
Coaches: Curtis Jaques; Ryan O’Hagan
|Team||Color||Number||Position||First Name||Last Name||City||State||Grad Year||HS||Club Team|
|Team 3||Black||15||A||Justin||Griffith||Cicero||NY||2019||CNS HS||United Lacrosse|
|Team 3||Black||16||A||Lucas||Watson||pittsford||NY||2016||Mcquaid Jesuit||FCA|
|Team 3||Black||17||A||Noah||Shinaman||Rochester||NY||2018||Brighton High School||Federation of Christian Athletes|
|Team 3||Black||18||M||Cabry||Hildmann||Liverpool||NY||2018||Liverpool High School||Team United CNY|
|Team 3||Black||60||G||Gavin||Catalano||Rochester||NY||2017||Greece Arcadia High School||Sweetlax|
|Team 3||Black||76||A||Noah||St. Croix||Rochester||NY||2015||Irondequoit||Snipers|
|Team 3||Black||77||A||Brody||Laese||Penfield||NY||2015||McQuaid Jesuit||FCA Varsity Gold|
|Team 3||Black||78||M||Raymond||Scarlata||Cicero||NY||2016||Cicero North Syracuse||Northstars Lacrosse Club|
|Team 3||Black||79||M||Carlos||Lewis||niskayuna||NY||2016||Schenectady||Team Maryland|
|Team 3||Black||80||FO/M||Andrew||Forte||Rochester||NY||2016||Spencerport High School||Northeast FCA|
|Team 3||Black||81||M||Hunter||Duford||Hilton||NY||2016||Hilton High School||FCA Northeast|
|Team 3||Black||82||M||Zachery||Palin||LaFayette||NY||2015||LaFayette||Fingerlakes Lacrosse|
|Team 3||Black||83||LSM/D||Ryan||Birkbeck||Spencerport||NY||2018||Spencerport High School||Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)|
|Team 3||Black||84||D||Ian||Zaferakis||Liverpool||NY||2016||Liverpool||Upstate Lacrosse Club|
|Team 3||Black||85||D||Jacob||Carey||Hilton||NY||2018||McQuaid Jesuit||FCA|
|Team 3||Black||86||D||Ismail||Williams||Salamanca||Ny||2016||Salamanca||Allegany arrows|
|Team 3||Black||87||G||Gage||Ponsetti||Penn Yan||NY||2016||Penn Yan Academy||Sweet Lax|
Coaches: George McCormack; Max Wagner
|Team||Color||Number||Position||First Name||Last Name||City||State||Grad Year||HS||Club Team|
|Team 4||Blue||27||A||Keion||Whitcomb||Salamanca||NY||2018||Salamanca High||Champion lacrosse|
|Team 4||Blue||28||A||Nathan||Scarlata||Cicero||NY||2018||Cicero North Syracuse||Orange Crush|
|Team 4||Blue||30||M||Ben||Napieralski||Lancaster||NY||2018||Lancaster High School, NY||Buffalo Lacrosse Academy|
|Team 4||Blue||83||A||Percy||Booth||Onondaga Nation||NY||2016||Lafayette||Road Warriors/CNY Thoroughbreds|
|Team 4||Blue||84||A||Dan||Burnam||Manlius||NY||2017||Fayetteville Manlius High School||BurnEm Lacrosse|
|Team 4||Blue||85||M||Jacob||Sieber||Annandale||NJ||2015||North Hunterdon High School||Green and Gold Select|
|Team 4||Blue||86||M||Carter||McCormick||Horseheads||NY||2016||Horseheads High School||FCA Varsity Gold|
|Team 4||Blue||87||M||Dale||Wagner||Elbridge||NY||2017||Jordan-Elbridge||Lionheart Lacrosse Club|
|Team 4||Blue||88||M||Alessandro||Margiotta||Victor||NY||2017||McQuaid||Blaze & FCA|
|Team 4||Blue||89||M/A||Steven||Audley||Liverpool||NY||2017||Liverpool High School||Upstate Lacrosse|
|Team 4||Blue||131||LSM||Tyler||Hess||Schenectady||NY||2017||Guilderland||Albany Power 2017|
|Team 4||Blue||132||D||Nate||Arnold||Macedon||NY||2017||Palmyra-Macedon High School||FCA Northeast 2017 Gold|
|Team 4||Blue||133||D||Dante||Dewane||Liverpool||NY||2017||Liverpool High School||CNY Roadhawks|
|Team 4||Blue||134||D||Abram||Garrow||Akwesasne||NY||2018||Massena Central School||Akwesasne Attack|
|Team 4||Blue||135||G||Matthew||Gill||Horseheads||NY||2017||Horseheads||FCA NE 2017|
|Team 4||Blue||136||G||Benjamin||Mazur||Lancaster||NY||2018||Lancaster Senior High School||Buffalo Lacrosse Academy|
|Team 4||Blue||141||D||Sean||Andrews||Summit||NJ||2015||Summit HS||Summit Futures|
Coach: Joe May, Ohio Wesleyan
|Team||Color||#||Position||First Name||Last Name||City||State||Grad Year||High School||Club Team|
|Team 5||Black||19||A||Timmy||Dolan||Garden City||NY||2015||Garden City HS||LI Outlaws 2015|
|Team 5||Black||20||A||Evan||Kelly||Honeoye Falls||NY||2017||Honeoye Falls Lima||Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)|
|Team 5||Black||21||A||Jonathan||Agness||Spencerport||NY||2018||Spencerport High School||FCA Northeast 2018|
|Team 5||Black||22||A||Corey||Yunker||Rochester||NY||2018||Churchville-Chili||Blaze Lacrosse|
|Team 5||Black||24||M||Benjamin||McCreary||Cicero||NY||2017||Christian Brothers Academy||Upstate Lacrosse Club Elite|
|Team 5||Black||25||LSM/D||Michael||Schwedes||Fayetteville||NY||2016||Jamesville-Dewitt||Orange Crush|
|Team 5||Black||26||LSM||Andrew||Hersey||Lancaster||NY||2018||Lancaster High School||Nickel City Lacrosse Team|
|Team 5||Black||88||A||Max||Coke||Rochester||NY||2016||Brighton HS||Blaze|
|Team 5||Black||89||M||Ian||Cook||Horseheads||NY||2016||Horseheads High School||Northeast Fellowship of Christian Athletes|
|Team 5||Black||90||M||Owen||VanWie||Rochester||NY||2018||Spencerport High School||FCA 2018|
|Team 5||Black||123||A/M||Joseph||Rosaschi||East Syracuse||NY||2015||East Syracuse Minoa||CNY Roadhawks|
|Team 5||Black||131||FO/M||Dylan||Harmon||Palmyra||Ny||2016||Newark high school||Lazor lax|
|Team 5||Black||132||M||Matthew||Stucchi||Rexford||NY||2018||Shenendehowa High School||Rogue Lacrosse|
|Team 5||Black||133||D||Jamie||St. Amour||Jamesville||NY||2016||Jamesville Dewitt High School||Upstate Lacrosse Club|
|Team 5||Black||134||D||PJ||Darmody||East Islip||NY||2018||Kellenberg Memorial||Long Island Express|
|Team 5||Black||135||D||Augie||Holekamp||Liverpool||Ny||2016||Liverpool high school||Upstate lacrosse|
|Team 5||Black||136||G||Matt||Vavonese||Syracuse||NY||2017||Christian Brothers Academy||Upstate Lax Club|
|Team 5||Black||137||G||Teddy||Dolan||Garden City||NY||2018||Garden City High School||GC 34 Lacrosse 2018|
Coaches: Adam Knapton, Oswego; Jim Morrissey, St. Rose
|Team||Color||#||Position||First Name||Last Name||City||State||Grad Year||High School||Club Team|
|Team 6||Red||24||A||Zachery||Taylor||Cicero||NY||2017||Christian Brothers Academy||CNY Roadhawks|
|Team 6||Red||25||A||Blake||Balcaen||Webster||NY||2016||Webster Schroeder||FCA Northeast gold elite|
|Team 6||Red||26||M||Tyler||Siperek||Little Valley||NY||2015||Salamanca||Champion/Iroqious Western Door|
|Team 6||Red||27||A/M||Joseph||Rutan||Horseheads||NY||2016||Horseheads High School||Fellowship of Christian Athletes|
|Team 6||Red||28||M||Carlo||DiRienzo||Lancaster||NY||2018||Lancaster Central High School||Buffalo Lacrosse Academy|
|Team 6||Red||75||D||Griffin||Randall||Victor||NY||2018||Victor||Rochester Flyers|
|Team 6||Red||86||A||Luke||Burnam||Manlius||NY||2018||Fayetteville Manlius High School||BURN ‘EM LACROSSE|
|Team 6||Red||87||A||Braeden||McKercher||Vestal||NY||2018||Vestal||Upstate Elite|
|Team 6||Red||88||A/M||Brian||Cunningham||Auburn||NY||2016||Auburn High School||cny roadhawks|
|Team 6||Red||89||M||Antonio||Rey||Liverpool||NY||2016||Liverpool high school||Upstate Lacrosse Club|
|Team 6||Red||90||M||Garrett||Ruff||Honeoye Falls||NY||2018||Honeoye Falls-Lima High School||Fellowship of Christian Athletes|
|Team 6||Red||131||M||Liam||Hogan||Rochester||NY||2016||McQuaid Jesuit HS||FCA Northeast|
|Team 6||Red||132||LSM/D||Robert||Amato||Holbrook||NY||2015||Sachem North||Sachem North Lacrosse|
|Team 6||Red||133||D||Trevor||Desire||Elmont||NY||2016||Elmont Memorial High School||Bombers Lacrosse Club|
|Team 6||Red||134||D||Carson||LaRussa||Fayetteville||NY||2016||Jamesville DeWitt High School||Upstate Lacrosse Club|
|Team 6||Red||135||D||Marc||Welch||Auburn||NY||2018||Skaneateles||Upstate lacrosse|
|Team 6||Red||136||G||Adam||Sivon||Ridge||NY||2015||Longwood||Bombers / MDP|
|Team 6||Red||137||G||Bert||White||Jamesville||NY||2018||LaFayette High School||Burn ‘Em Lacrosse|
Hunter Smith’s Men’s Lacrosse Recruiting Profile
My GPA is 4. 00
I have been with FCA since the 3rd grade. I can play all positions, but have been directly coached/trained by Solomon Bliss (2-Time All-American Defender at Syracuse University & Professional Field/Box Player), for the last 4 years at defense. I play box lacrosse for FCA’s USA/Canada team under Coach Ken Hastie (3 years). I started on Varsity as a Freshman at the top private school in Upstate N.Y. under Coach Terry Corcoran (former Head Coach at Washington College).
Under Armour All-America Upstate NY Command Team (All-America Lacrosse – June 2019)
FCA National Team (Lake Placid Summit Classic – August 2019. We won the tournament!)
Nike NXT Showcase Top 40 All-Star Team (Nike NXT Philly Showcase – November 2019)
New York State Championships All-Star Team (New York State Championships – July 2019)
FLG 3D All-Star Team (FLG 3D – July 2019)! I have won multiple MVP Awards at the FLG 3D tournament in Maryland (selected by opposing Coach)
Upstate NY Championships All-Star Team (Upstate NY Championships – August 2020)
Warrior Diamond National Team (Inside Lacrosse Invitational – July 2019)
I’m a multi-sport athlete. I played club/high school soccer & indoor track. I was captain of both my soccer & lacrosse teams. I have a 2nd degree black belt in Taekwondo and I box once per week.
Multiple Academic Awards – Academic Letter & Bar received at McQuaid Jesuit. High Honors With Distinction (Grade Point Average Above 95) for 20 straight marking periods. Enrolled in advanced studies at the top private school in Rochester, NY.
Multiple Award Winner: Student of the Month at McQuaid Jesuit.
Multiple Award Winner: Student of the Month at St. Pius X School.
I want to attend a college where I can push myself in the classroom and on the lacrosse field. I am open to all options and want to ultimately find the right college match at the highest competition level.
Hudl: 2019 Varsity (Freshman): http://www.hudl.com/profile/12562889/Hunter-Smith
Sports Recruits: sportsrecruits.com/hunter_smith8
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FCA King of Kings 7-on-7 tournament set for Saturday – Tampa Bay High School Sports Coverage | Prime Time Preps
Thursday (Aug. 26)
Lakewood 27, Boca Ciega 12
Friday (Aug. 27)
Jesuit 35, Ocala West Port 0
Hillsborough 53, Steinbrenner 17
Gibbs 28, Hollins 20 (2 OT)
Gaither 25, Bloomingdale 15
Berkeley Prep 35, Clearwater Central Catholic 21
Pinellas Park 34, East Lake 21
Tampa Bay Tech 34, Plant City 0
Newsome 37, Lennard 20
Plant 22, Jefferson 2
Armwood 35, Chamberlain 6
Hudson 33, River Ridge 30
Calvary Christian 14, Lakeland Victory Christian 7
Largo 35, Winter Haven 14
Lakeland 35, Clearwater 19
East Bay 13, Robinson 0
Nature Coast 14, Tavares 10
Wesley Chapel 27, Sunlake 3
Northeast 32, Palm Harbor University 7
Zephyrhills 16, Lakeland Kathleen 12
Wharton 48, Freedom 0
Mitchell 43, Fivay 0
Countryside 42, Dunedin 32
Osceola 37, Bradenton Bayshore 0
Land O’ Lakes 39, Weeki Wachee 3
Sickles 39, Middleton 6
Clearwater Academy 19, Gadsden County 0
Riverview 26, King 0
Durant 22, Sumner 6
Springstead 35, Citrus 0
Seffner Christian 26, Master’s Academy 13
Lakewood Ranch 38, Seminole 16
Carrollwood Day 39, St. Petersburg 13
Tarpon Springs 15, St. Petersburg 2
Foundation Academy 27, Cambridge Christian 0
Indian Rocks Christian 48, St. Francis Catholic 12
Eustis 43, Central 0
Lakeside Christian 58, Oasis Christian 0
Shorecrest 35, All Saints’ Academy 34
Top five games
1. Hudson 33, River Ridge 30
The Cobras rallied in a wild, back-and-forth opener to beat their Pasco county nemesis for the first time since 2013.
2. Plant 22, Jefferson 2
After the struggles of the past two years, the Panthers got off to a solid start, beating a Jefferson team that went 8-2 last season in Hank Brown’s debut as coach at Plant.
3. Calvary Christian 14, Lakeland Victory Christian 7
With 2:49 remaining, the Warriors scored the go-ahead touchdown to exact revenge against the Storm, which won last year’s meeting 35-14.
4. Gibbs 28, Hollins 20 (2 OT)
Down 20-0 in the third quarter, the Gladiators staged a furious rally to tie the game in regulation, then win it in double overtime.
5. Berkeley Prep 35. Clearwater Central Catholic 21
The defending state semifinalist Buccaneers beat their rival for the third straight time in the regular season, though the game was closer than the score indicated.
Prime time performers
RB Jason Albritton, Sr., Newsome: Ran 114 yards and scored two touchdowns on 22 carries in a win over Lennard.
DE Keyon Clark, Sr., Tampa Bay Tech: Recorded two sacks in a win over Plant City.
WR AJ Durham, Sr., Plant: Had six catches for 106 yards and a touchdown in a win over Jefferson.
RB James Evans, Sr., Tampa Bay Tech: Helped fill the void left by Rod Gainey’s departure and accounted for three of the Titans’ five touchdowns in a win over Plant City.
QB Jake Germak, Pinellas Park: Threw for 202 yards and a touchdown in a win over East Lake.
WR Greg Gaines III, Sr. , Tampa Bay Tech: Finished with 97 yards receiving and a touchdown in a win over Plant City.
DE Tyler Geary, Sr., Mitchell: Recorded four sacks in a win over Fivay.
RB Jaden Griffin, Sr., Countryside: Ran for 129 yards and scored four touchdowns on seven carries in a win over Dunedin.
RB Isaiah Hampton, Jr., Pinellas Park: Ran for 123 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries in a win over East Lake.
QB Gavin Henley, Sr., Lennard: Threw for 305 yards and three touchdowns in a loss to Newsome.
WR/PR Cornell Hubbard, Sr., Largo: Returned a punt 78 yards for a touchdown in a win over Winter Haven.
ATH D’angelo Hutchison, Sr., Northeast: Ran for more than 100 and a touchdown, threw for another score and recorded an interception in a win over Palm Harbor University.
ATH Eric Jackson, Sr., Pinellas Park: Recorded two interceptions on defense and had more than 120 yards receiving on offense in a win over East Lake.
DL Keon Keeley, Jr., Berkeley Prep: The Notre Dame commit recorded four sacks in a win over Clearwater Central Catholic.
WR Alex Kemp, Sr., Calvary Christian: Hauled in the winning touchdown pass from Jacob Drackett with 2:49 left to beat Lakeland Victory Christian.
SB Jaquez Kindell, Jr., Plant: Had three catches for 50 yards and a touchdown in a win over Jefferson.
QB Luke Knight, So., Jesuit: Threw for three touchdowns in a win over Ocala West Port.
ATH C.J. Lee, Sr., Clearwater: Finished with eight catches for 144 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to Lakeland.
RB Montravious Lloyd, Jr., Lakewood: Ran for 153 yards and scored four touchdowns in a win over Boca Ciega.
QB Aidan MacLean, Sr., Clearwater: Threw for 287 yards and two touchdowns in a loss to Lakeland.
QB Bryson Martin, Sr. , Clearwater Central Catholic: Scored all three of the Marauders’ touchdowns on the ground in a loss to Berkeley Prep.
QB Carson Mohler, Sr., Wharton: The Plant City transfer completed six passes to five different receivers for 176 yards and three touchdowns in a win over Freedom.
WR Ha”Keem Monroe, Sr., Lennard: Had five catches for 107 yards and a touchdown in a loss to Newsome.
RB Lance Miller, Sr., Dunedin: Ran for 135 yards and scored a touchdown on 24 carries in a loss to Countryside.
RB Arkese Parks, So., Wharton: The dynamic playmaker, who picked up an offer from Mississippi this weekend, scored on an 87-yard run in a win over Freedom.
QB Caleb Pierce, Sr., Hillsborough: Completed 10 of 12 passes for 200 yards and two touchdowns, all in the first half of a win over Steinbrenner.
RB/WR/KR JC Roque, Jr., Newsome: Finished with 146 yards rushing and a touchdown on 10 carries and added a receiving score in a win over Lennard.
ATH Ladanian Starks, Sr., Hudson: Did a little bit of everything for the Cobras, finishing with five catches for 270 yards and four touchdowns, as well as a 76-yard kickoff return for a touchdown and an interception on defense in a win over River Ridge.
RB James Smiley Jr., Sr., Armwood: Scored all five of the Hawks’ touchdowns on the ground in a win over Chamberlain and has totaled a combined eight scores counting the preseason.
RB Jack Sutherlin, Sr., Mitchell: Ran for 90 yards and scored two touchdowns on seven carries in a win over Fivay.
DL Tawfiq Thomas, Sr., Gaither: Recorded five tackles and a sack in a win over Bloomingdale.
ATH Xavier Townsend, Sr., Berkeley Prep: The Iowa State commit accounted for 148 yards of offense and three touchdowns in a win over Clearwater Central Catholic.
WR Eugene Wilson III, Jr., Gaither: Had six catches for 104 yards and scored a touchdown on the ground in a win over Bloomingdale.
Five coaches won in their program debuts Friday night.
|Hank Brown, Plant||Jefferson||W 22-2|
|Shawn Davis, Northeast||Palm Harbor University||W 32-7|
|Mike Gottman, East Bay||Robinson||W 13-0|
|Marshall McDuffie, Carrollwood Day||St. Petersburg Catholic||W 39-13|
|Claybo Varnum, Durant||Sumner||W 22-6|
Nine teams recorded shutouts Friday night. Jesuit, ranked No. 1 in the Prime Time Preps top 25 for the area, also blanked Largo in the preseason.
Here is the schedule for week 2
Sept. 2 (Thurs.)
Northeast at Gibbs, 7
Donahue Catholic at Canterbury, 7
Oasis Christian at Foundation Christian, 4
Boca Ciega at Countryside, 7
University Christian at Zephyrhills Christian, 7
Largo at Pinellas Park, 7
Lakeland Victory Christian at Cambridge Christian, 7
Land O’ Lakes at Hollins, 7
St. Petersburg Catholic at Central Florida Christian, 7
Shorecrest at Lakeside Christian, 7
Bishop McLaughlin at Keswick Christian, 7
Palm Harbor University at St. Petersburg, 7
Calvary Christian at Berkeley Prep, 7
Bell Creek Academy at Indian Rocks Christian, 7
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Anderson University is a private Christian university in Anderson, Indiana. It is associated with Church of God (Anderson, Indiana). Anderson University is a member of the Council of Christian Colleges and Universities and the Independent Colleges of Indiana. The university offers over 60 undergraduate majors as well as graduate programs in business, music and theology. 
|Anderson Bible School||Founded||1917|
|Renamed Anderson University||1925|
|Renamed Anderson University|
|Renamed Anderson University|
Anderson University was founded in 1917 as Anderson Bible School.Church of God (Anderson, Indiana) movement.  The school became an important stage in the life of the Christian community, which began in 1881.  The young school quickly moved to develop a wider general education program, changing its name to Anderson College and Theological Seminary, then Anderson College, and finally Anderson University. 
Anderson University has expanded to include an undergraduate liberal arts program organized in seven schools.  and master’s programs in theology, music and business.
- Falls School of Business 
- School of Education 
- School of Humanities and Behavioral Sciences 
- School of Music, Theater and Dance 
- School of Nursing and Kinesiology 
- School of Theology and Christian Ministry 
- School of Science and Engineering 
Currently, the university offers over 60 specialties.
Anderson University is a private institution receiving funds from tuition, fees, research grants (including funds from Lilly Endowment and the Indiana Department of Environmental Management), private scholarship funds, and alumni contributions.   As of fiscal 2006, the university had a $ 20.8 million endowment. 
The 100-acre campus is located in Anderson, Indiana at 40 ° 06′43 ″ N.NS. 85 ° 39′58 ″ W / 40.1119864 ° N 85.6660871 ° W / 40.1119864; -85.6660871 approximately 40 miles (64 km) northeast of Indianapolis, Indiana.   
Popular campus facilities include the Reardon Auditorium and the Cardacke Wellness Center.  Sports facilities on campus include Macholz Stadium and O. K. Lewis Gymnasium. [ citation needed ]
Academic BuildingsExterior Photo Decker Hall
- Bayram Hall
- Decker Hall
- Hartung Hall
- Krannert Fine Arts Building
- Hardacre Hall
- Reardon Auditorium Nicholson Library –
- Kardacke Wellness Center
- Kissinger Academic Center of Excellence
- York Concert Hall 
The Krannert Fine Arts Building includes a fully equipped digital studio where students can learn the basics of recording concepts.  Studio AU accommodates recordings of recitals, clients and three classes. [ Quote Required ]
- Health Services
- Hardacre Hall (Physical Factory and Police / Security)
- Morrison House (Advisory Services and Campus Ministries)
- Smith House (Communications and Marketing)
Indianapolis Colts Training Camp
In Indianapolis, the NFL Colts held their training camp at Anderson University  from 1984 to 1998.After 11 years at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, the Colts decided to return to Anderson, Indiana to renew their familiar partnership with a local university from 2010 to 2016. 
Anderson University student activities are coordinated by Student Life staff, the Campus Activities Council, and the Student Government Association. 
Mandatory chapel / meeting attendance for students is an Anderson University tradition throughout the university’s history.  Currently, students must attend 18 chapels per semester to qualify for undergraduate studies. 
People from the campus community meet regularly for church services / meetings. Speakers include campus leaders and guests. Students regularly participate in music and worship services, and all activities are coordinated by the school’s campus pastor.
Anderson University has several honor societies.They are as follows: 
Clubs and Organizations
Anderson University offers over 100 opportunities in the visual arts, athletics, study and special interests / hobbies.   
- AU Chorale
- Australia Public Garden
- Australia Symphony Orchestra
- Australia Dance Team
- AU Relay for Life
- Outside Haiti
- College Tutor for Kids
- College Republicans
- Concert Band
- Engineering Club
- Jazz Band
- Men’s Volleyball
- UN Model
- New Image Gospel Choir Foundation
- Student United Way
- Swimming Club
- Swing Club
- Ultimate Frisbee
- Valley Voices
- Wind Ensemble
The University allows students to run social clubs that are similar to other fraternities and women’s campus clubs. These clubs play an important role on campus as they host annual events and service projects. Each club pays tribute to the Anderson community in one way or another and strives to set an example for other students on campus. Current social clubs include, but are not limited to:
- Alakritas (Women)
- Alpha Epsilon Pi or Lamifidel (Women)
- Alpha Epsilon Omega or Novus Duks (Men)
- Avanti Boosters (Men)
- Delta Kappa Alpha or “Dativus” (Men)
- Kappa Sigma Tau or “Adelphi” (Men)
- Delta Gamma Kappa or “Leona” (women)
- Phi Lambda Sigma or “Camarada” (women)
Campus Ministries is committed to fostering targeted Christian discipleship and spiritual growth to help students experience Christ as the living center of their lives.This life of faithfulness includes fellowship with Christ, fellowship with one another, and service to the world. 
- Big Friends / Little Friends
- Christian Center
- Different Opportunities
- From Generation to Generation
- Juvenile Justice
- Prayer Ministry
- Student Peace Initiative [SPI]
- Study Friends
At Anderson Ravens, compete in Athletics at the NCAA Division III and Heartland Student Athletics Conference. Men’s sports offered at Anderson University include soccer, basketball, baseball, lacrosse, tennis, golf, soccer, cross-country running, swimming, and athletics. Women’s sports offered at Anderson University include basketball, softball, lacrosse, tennis, volleyball, soccer, golf, cross-country running, swimming, and athletics. Anderson University also offers men’s volleyball, rugby and men’s lacrosse as club sports. Formerly Tigers, Australia’s nickname was changed to Ravens in 1937.  Rodney Raven’s current mascot.
Hall of Fame
The Anderson University Athletic Hall of Fame opened in 1997 with 10 inductees that same year. In 1998, ten additional laureates were added. Members were introduced annually.  Nominations are submitted and reviewed by the Hall of Fame committee. The committee consists of 11 representatives and is chaired by the sports director of the university. Inductees are announced every spring and are officially inducted into the Hall of Fame at a banquet during the university’s homecoming events every fall. 
Two Anderson coaches were inducted into the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) Hall of Fame; tennis coach Bob Blum in 1978 and baseball coach Karl Erskine in 1989 
Athletic training students and instructors work with Anderson University athletes.
BestColleges.com has named Anderson University as one of the 25 best colleges in the country for full-time sports.
- Flag Football
- Ultimate Frisbee
- Team Handball
- Floor Hockey
- Spring Season
- Pool Volleyball
- Corn Hole
- Outdoor Football
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Anyway, for me it is very different from most American schools (I live in Paris)
If you want to be popular where I go, you need to more or less fit into this narrow description:You must dress like this or you are an outcast
There is very little room for creativity or originality. If you don’t look like you came out of Teen Vogue, you are gone.
2. Your school bag should be a purse, backpacks for boys. In any case, it should be something like this:
They significantly reduce your credit. Unless you’re a hipster, that’s okay (but you won’t be that popular anyway).
3. You must wear makeup. And it should look like this.
Your makeup must be truly fashionable. Basically, if you look Insta ready then that’s okay (PS.No bold eyeshadow or eyeliner colors. It should not be pretentious)
4. You must be thin. Chubby doesn’t cut unless you’re really pretty (by the way, it’s pretty common to see pretty girls like that) And besides, you can’t have small boobs if you don’t have a big ass. And you can’t be anorexic, that would make you weird.
If your body doesn’t like it, bye!
5. You need to smoke … a lot …
But again there is a limitation on what kind of packaging you can buy. Either it should look like this:
Usually Marlboro (this is your best bet anyway. If you smoke a lot of these it definitely gives you a lot of points)
or / and these
The best brands for them are OCB and Marlboro … Other brands are a kind of purchase for your representative, if they are not foreign. Then it’s COOL AF. Especially if he has to be much stronger.
Extra points if you also smoke these:
6.You should go to parties, not just some things … There should be a crowd, you should get pointless drunks and bonus points if you do drugs.
If you feel like you’re at a college party, you’re doing it right.
You have to wear skimpy clothes and stuff and expect to fuck or do something sexy. But do not overdo it, or your whore (and this is no, no). Which is very paradoxical.
7. Speaking of parties. You have to infiltrate nightclubs, college parties.several times a year with your popular friends.
Again meager dress code here (but be careful, you cannot be seen as a whore ..).
The sexier the club, filled with drugs and wild, the better.
8. Do drugs. Often. With your cool friends, of course. But don’t become addicted or you become miserable.
Bonus points if you went to the red light district and got it yourself. And the weird fact that in my school it was cool to relive traumatic experiences of getting drugs or being raped (by strangers or your dealer, haha).So if you have some shit in the past, don’t exaggerate it, don’t flaunt it, but it makes you cooler and meaner.
9. When you say that you are a bad ass, you must be a delinquent. Commit crimes, but don’t hit people unless you have a compelling reason and commit sex crimes (this is the lowest of the lowest). Shoplifting, drug theft, vandalism, intrusion is very cool. It doesn’t matter if you’ve just stolen a Lipstick from Sephora, it’s still cool.
Yes, it’s all cool.
10. Treat your teacher like shit. Talk to them, be arrogant. In fact, don’t be kind to shoes. Don’t really be him, or you are definitely not popular.
11. Talk in class, go to your phone. In fact, it does not work in them. This is for the nerds.
Another important rule: look bored and tired of all the tedious nonsense your teacher is trying to teach you. Even if you secretly enjoy the history of the Abyssinian dynasty, do not show interest.Lee.
Unless it’s something “cool” like Sex ED or something else.
12. Get average and bad grades. Good grades are for nerds or are meant to be kept secret and kept quiet.
13. Detention and skipping classes is a status symbol. Usually, only cool kids get the privilege of spending extra hours at school.
14. Love something basic. And flaunt it. Anything that is not fashionable or anything else should be kept secret.
It might be a good idea to hide the fact that you love Marilyn Manson and My Chemical Romance to your “cool AF” “friends.”
And you need to know your celebrities. If you don’t know the new Dua Lipa song or that Kylie just released her foundation, your fucking danger.
15. Be kind to everyone, even losers. Chat a little with the less popular ones, make them feel comfortable, and that’s it. Be good friends with them. Unless they provoke you first.
But don’t really become real friends if they are not cool in their own way, decently attractive and ONLY. They may be weird, but not too weird. And they cannot dress so fancy.
Approved friend material?
No. Too different !!!
It actually boosts your reputation if you have cool non-regular friends.
15. Don’t be religious.Unless your “religion” is something of a recent infatuation and does not include belief in a higher power.
Confessing your faith to this guy will save you a lot of hard work. I’m just talking.
The religion is very cool. And people will think that you are dumb.
16. Don’t leave the closet (in France, LGBT people are much more stigmatized and in some respects less acceptable).
17. Yes BF. And cool, cute, of course. If he’s older than you, then better. But not for the old one, otherwise you are labeled as a whore.
And doing what all the cool couples do together … you know (but nothing weird or weird, okay?).
18. Last but not least. You can’t be ugly. Ugliness basically makes you an ugly loser-loser. You can look average and popular, but you must have great style and a strong personality. But most of them are cute. It is a fact.
The most popular girls seem to look like this. If you are not so attractive, it will be quite difficult for you to get there, unless, of course, you get an average grade.
So yes, this is what it takes to be popular in 11th grade at my school.