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South Broward dominates Chaminade

Bemanuel South Broward looked legit today.

The Bulldogs have speed and power. A solid offensive line makes their already good backs look even better. South Broward dominated Chaminade 35-14 (21-0 in the first half).

Chaminade was not helped when star linebackers Tarik Rollins and Jordan Futch sustained minor injuries and did not return.

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Deretlot

thats its......

Bob Emanuel Jr.

Here's the full story of what I wrote (space restrictions in the paper only allowed some of it to appear in print):

Friday was not a banner opening for new Chaminade-Madonna coach Al Lang.
The Lions were dominated on their home field in a 35-14 loss to visiting South Broward, which led 21-0 at halftime.
Chaminade also finished the game with its top two playmakers – senior linebackers Tarik Rollins and Jordan Futch – on crutches.
The good news for the Lions: Both players appear to be healthy and the game did not count.
The Bulldogs, which finished third in the District 16-5A race last year behind St. Thomas Aquinas and Hollywood Hills, served definite notice of their talent on Friday. South Broward totaled 348 yards of offense – including 162 in the first half versus Chaminade’s regulars.
“That was my big surprise,” Bulldogs coach Allen Held said. “We wanted to come out and bully them. I didn’t know if we could it, but we came out and them tonight.”
Quarterback Kurt Walsh three of his seven passes for 106 yards and two touchdowns. Receiver Andre Thomas caught all three passes and scored on plays of 9 and 57 yards.
“Kurt has all the tools,” Held said. “He hasn’t had an opportunity yet. The game against Fort Lauderdale in the spring, we ran real basic. We just wanted to see what we had. We’ve expanded since the spring. He stepped up.”
The Bulldogs’ line, led by center Danny Liddell, paved the way for 240 rushing yards, including a game-high 72 yards and a touchdown by fullback Marvin Sylvestre.
“We expect the offensive line to be very good,” Held said. “We’ve got three back from last year. We led the county last year. These guys have picked it up to the next level.”
Rollins left the game in the first half with a right knee injury. A bag of ice was wrapped around his knee for most of the afternoon and he walked without a limp, even though he initially used crutches. Futch suffered from cramping early in the second half and was carried from the field. He said he was fine after the game.
Chaminade, which lost in the Class 2A semifinals last season, was led offensively by T.J. Mitchell, who ran for 116 yards on 11 carries.

karin ( morea) lewis

I am looking for my classmate from South Broward high school class of 1957 i would appriciate any imformation tks

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