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GAME PREVIEW: COUGARS TAKES ON EAGLES

Dimetry Dixon, Correspondent (@DimetryDixonFS on Twitter)

TALLAHASSEE, FLA., (www.franchisesportsonline.net– The undefeated Godby Cougars will face off against Pine Forest Eagles on Friday at Gene Cox Stadium at 7 p.m.

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The Cougars (7-0)  are coming off a 37-12 win against their longtime rivals, the Rickards Raiders (2-7).  Godby junior quarterback Trey Fisher finished the game with six completions on 17 attempts for 145 yards and two touchdowns and one interception. Junior running back Jaquez Yant ended the game with 13 carries for 98 yards and two touchdowns. Senior running back Tony Street finished with nine carries for 53 yards and one touchdown.

Godby junior wide receiver Avery Boyd paced the team in receiving yards, ending the game with two catches for 78 yards.  Senior Jaheim Knight finished with three catches for 49 yards and one touchdown. Junior Alvin Jones lll contributed with one catch for 18 yards and one touchdown.

The Eagles (5-2)  are coming off a 36-0 win against Booker T Washington (0-7). Pine Forest junior quarterback Ladarius Clardy ended the game with eight completions on 10 attempts for two touchdowns. Senior running back Anwar Lewis finished with 12 carries for 166 yards and one touchdown. Junior wide receiver Eric Young had four catches for 37 yards and one touchdown.

Godby averages 231 passing yards compared to Pine Forest 141.  The Cougars managed 222 rushing yards in contrast to the Eagles’ 201.

 

GODBY TO TAKE ON TITUSVILLE FOR HOMECOMING

Dimetry Dixon, Correspondent (@DimetryDixonFS on Twitter)

TALLAHASSEE, FLA., (www.franchisesportsonline.net–  The undefeated Godby Cougars (4-0) will go up against the Titusville Terriers (1-4) Friday at 7 p.m. at Jesse Forbes Field. This is also the Cougars homecoming game.

Godby is coming off a 57-0 win against Leon Lions (2-2).  Last week, Cougars junior quarterback Trey Fisher ended the game with 16 completions on 21 attempts for 355 yards and four touchdowns. Junior running back Jaquez Yant finished the game with four carries for 82 yards and a touchdown. Junior Running back Tyriq Parramore also contributed with seven carries for 46 yards and two touchdowns.

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Junior receiver Alvin Jones lll finished the game with five catches for 185 yards and two touchdowns. Senior wide receiver Jahiem Knight ended the game with four catches for 97 yards and one touchdown. He also had three carries for 58 yards and rushed for one score. On the defensive side of the ball, safety De’shawn Rucker led the team with six tackles.

The Lions were led by senior linebacker Bryce Carpenter with seven tackles. Linebacker Joshua Seabrocks added six tackles and senior safety Miles Saunders also contributed with four tackles.

The Terriers are coming off a 49-14 loss against Palm Bay Pirates (2-2). Titusville is on its fourth consecutive loss of the season. The Terriers is hoping to get a win to end that streak.

Franchise Sports Spotlight: Trey Fisher

Devin Craig, Correspondent (@DevinCraigFS on Twitter)

TALLAHASSEE, FLA., (www.franchisesportsonline.net) –  Naturally, you would assume that someone like North Florida Christian quarterback Trey Fisher, who’s father is one of the best coaches in all of college football, would leave his fate up to nepotism. If you didn’t know him, you’d figure he would coast throughout life while lazily siphoning clout, accolades and success from his last name.

NFC assistant coach Eddy Arza doesn’t agree. He  said Fisher is as hardworking and dedicated as they come.

“Trey leads by example he never wants to take a break, always runs sprints full speed and never misses a practice. Even when he was sick he was at practice getting mental reps and helping teammates,” Eddy said.

Fisher spends the majority of his time involved in football-related activities. He studies film every day and when he’s not doing that he’s lifting weights, working on his agility or throwing to his receivers.

“I appreciate the daily grind of the game. I love the workouts, I love the morning film sessions, I love everything about the game,” Fisher said.

One of Fisher’s best friends, standout receiver and go-to target, Macho Arza, also spoke about his starting signal caller’s hard work and their relationship. He talked about how they make each other better.

“I believe we have a really tight connection off the field and that helps on the field a lot. We motivate each other. We want to be the best players in the country,” Macho said.

Hard work isn’t the only thing that makes him special according to Devin Rispress, head coach of Fisher’s 7 on 7 team, the Tallahassee RecordBreakerz. Rispress said Fisher’s football acumen separates him on the field.

“I’ve coached some great players in my career, but what separates Trey is his knowledge of the game. I have to be very sharp when coaching a player with [a football IQ] as great as Trey’s. He reminds me of Drew Brees in the way he delivers the ball and the way that he’s a field general. The similarities are consistent all the way down to the height,” Rispress said.

Brees is one of Fisher’s many idols in a list that includes great players his father has coached as well as players he’s coached against. He also learns from established professionals as well as up and coming collegiate stars.

“I pattern my game after pro guys like Drew Brees, Russell Wilson, and Jameis [Winston] but I try to learn from the younger guys like [Deondre] Francois too,” Fisher said.

People around him said his competitive streak reaches more than just football. Macho Arza said he turns everything into a competition and that he loves winning.

“Oh no, he never stops! Trey wants to get every answer right, make the paper ball in the basket before anybody, all of that. He is the real definition of a competitor,” Macho said.

Fisher has also shown his coaches and teammates that he can be trusted in crunch-time situations. He’s led numerous comebacks for NFC and the RecordBreakerz.

“This past weekend (Feb. 21) in Myrtle Beach we were in an elimination game with six seconds to go on 3rd down. I looked at him to confirm the play and felt confident because I didn’t see any panic in him. He dropped back looked off the defense and threw a strike to Gadsden Country star receiver Sammy Carter to win the game with no time left,” Rispress said.

Workouts in the morning, afternoon and evening, a 7-on-7 practice and then an hour-long film session is a normal day for Fisher. Football is in his blood.

“The apple does not fall far from the tree. He’s a fierce competitor like his dad and he demands more of himself than me or coach Fisher,” Eddy said.