Coach Pete Zamora, Coach Matt Burke, and supporters of Davie Broncos 115's, are going above and beyond the call of duty when its dealing with athletic development, and overall fun, During spring break 2014. Peter Zamora Jr decided to, with his fathers assistance, organize an unorganized football fun on the beach. he invited all the guys he trains off season with and his friends on social media to a pow wow of football and Pizza at Hollywood beach. I decided to go and check it out. even though it was a cool morning, the beach was a perfect venue.
What a treat as they arrived out we quickly realized that not only Davie but other parks where represented, such as Miramar and Pembroke Pines Optimist. Even a player from Hollywood P.A.L. Eagles joined the party on the beach. It was sight to see as the boys seemed to mesh well and the youth football brotherhood was really on display. they laughed, played, talked sports,and even school, as the boys took the sand. At first a game of Kill the man with the ball erupted spontaneously without a word of organization exchanged, We saw some players we recognized from winning awards this year at Generation Nexxt's Crowing of the champions red carpet special event, like Ricardo Hallman who won our "Play of the year award". The boys where really starting to really get after it, kicking up dry and wet sand
we were really impressed with the way they maneuvered in the sand making cuts and staying light through the sand. As they played the adults started to settle in the spots and I got to get coach Pete to myself for a quick interview. and here is what he said.
After picking teams and defining positions, and defensive assignments they where off check out some the footage from game one and see how hard they where going out there.
When everyone timed out for a small break we caught up with Pete Zamora QB Davie 115's and Ricardo Hallman WR/ATH to see what they are doing this off season to get better and how they are enjoying the beach
We let that day end for us a bit early. We walked away seeing and knowing that off season development effeminately helps, especially for the kids who don't peer or community develop. It was very nice to see all the boys in one place having fun and getting better.