Coral Springs


The Coral Springs Fire Rescue Department held a pasta dinner event to raise money for the fight against cancer. “This was our fourth annual dinner to raise funds and awareness in the fight against breast cancer,” said Mike Farmer president of the Coral Springs Professional Firefighters Benevolent Association. “The money raised from this dinner will go the American Cancer Association.”

Those who attended the event received  complete pasta dinner and could see the operations of Fire Station 80. They could see the various vehicles used in firefighting and emergency rescue.




Jawanza Evans-Morris scored the winning touchdown for J.P. Taravella with 40 seconds left in the game to give Taravella a 35 to 28 win over Coral Springs. Evans-Morris finished the game with 123 yards rushing and 37 yards receiving. Coral Springs made a strong statement in the fourth quarter as quarterback Jake Bofshever scored on a two yard run and then threw a touchdown pass to David Goodwin. Bofshever’s pass on the final play of the game in the end zone was incomplete. J.P. Taravella is 2-5 and Coral Springs is 4-3.



Also, Stoneman Douglas defeated Piper 21 to 6. Khalil Herbert rushed for 142 yards and Quarterback Brett Israel Brett Israel threw for 179 yards.


Cheerleading is a popular activity at J.P. Taravella High School. Daizjah Butler, Tatiana Cifurentes, Brooke Edelson and Jen Gaver are leaders of the J.P. Taravella cheerleading team. They enjoy the family atmosphere of the team and the chance to promote school spirit.




Cheerleading is a popular activity at Coral Springs High School.

The Colts Cheerleading team is lead by Hannah Hungate, Brittany Defran and Gaby Reyes. They all believe it takes dedication and teamwork to be a successful cheerleader and to have a strong team. The Coral Springs cheerleading team has done well in competitions.


Marching band is a popular activity at J.P. Taravella High School. The band has won many awards over the years and placed fourth at the recent Falcon Sound Invitational. Here, the J.P. Taravella Marching band performs during halftime at the Coral Springs versus J.P. Taravella game.


IMG_2984J.P. Taravella defeated Coral Springs 35 to 28 to win the Coral Springs Mayor’s Cup. Jawanza Evans-Morris scored on a nine yard run late in the  game to clinch the victory.



Commissioner Tom Powers and Laurette Homan attended the Mayor’s Cup football game. Taravella competed against Coral Springs. Powers is running for Mayor and Homan is running for a seat on the Commission. Both want to promote the development of Downtown Coral Springs.

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