WEST KENDALL DOLPHINS LOOK TO DEFEND THEIR TITLE!
By Jonah Woullard
(October 28, 2010)-The West Kendall Dolphins 175’s has accomplished feats many other teams can only dream about, winning every game they played in the 2009 season, with an impressive record of 17 wins, and zero losses.
This year, it’s a new coaching staff, a new roster, with huge shoes to fill. When asking head coach Adam Good about filling those shoes his response was, “This is a entirely new team, and we truly respect with the previous team did here at West Kendall, but I told my players it’s time to make your own legacy. Let them talk about what the 2010 Dolphins did.”
That mentality has taken the Dolphins to another winning season thus far with 9 wins and only one loss during the regular season. That one loss was to the North Miami Beach Sundevils by the score of 2-0. The West Kendall Dolphins look forward to a rematch with the only team that has blemished the Dolphins record in two football seasons. Head coach Adam Good says, “The regular season is done, and it’s win or go home, and we’re not going home!”
The Dolphins have one of the most dynamic quarterbacks in youth football, Jerel Holmes #10, who poses a dual threat to opposing defenses. With a powerful arm Jerel can throw the long ball from anywhere on the field, and with his legs, he is always just one missed tackle away from taking it to the house.
The Dolphins quick strike offense is also led by Juan Montoya #1, who is a multi-purpose fullback, and Meleeke Buckner #8, who plays like Reggie Bush, all over the field. The Dolphins defense is led by the big hitting machine, Shammauri Thomas #6, outside linebacker, that is one of the leading tacklers in the Miami Dade Xtreme Youth Football League.
With a great combination of excellent coaching, dynamic players, and the desire to create their own legacy, look for the West Kendall Dolphins to make some serious noise in the Miami Dade Xtreme Youth Football League playoffs.
The Dolphins’ coaching staff all agree, “We look forward to defending out 175 LB championship, and if you want to step on the field with these Dolphins, “WARNING”, swim at your own risk!”