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WATCH THE REPEAT: The Holy Trinity Tigers host the MCC Hustlers in the first week of pre-season football action on Space Coast Daily TV

Orville Susong and Steve Wilson are on call

WATCH THE REPEAT: The Holy Trinity Tigers hosted the MCC Hustlers on Friday night as Week 1 of the high school football season kicked off on Space Coast Daily TV as part of the Friday Night Locker Room Game of the Week, presented by Erdman Automotive. Orville Susong and Steve Wilson are on call.

LOOK: Post-game review of Holy Trinity’s 49-7 win over MCC. Orville Susong and Steve Wilson of the Friday Night Locker Room present the Erdman Automotive Player of the Game plaque to Holy Trinity’s Dayday Farmer and also chat with QB Ty Englehart and trainer Nate Hooks.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Holy Trinity Tigers hosted the MCC Hustlers on Friday night as Week 1 of the high school football season kicked off on Space Coast Daily TV as part of the Friday Night Locker Room Game of the Week, featured by Erdman Automotive. Orville Susong and Steve Wilson are on call.

The directors and broadcast team of the Space Coast Daily – Friday Night Locker Room have over 100 years of experience covering youth and high school sports in Brevard County.

Space Coast Sports Hall of Fame members Wilson and Susong of the Friday Night Locker Room will once again bring you all the action live from the broadcast booth.

In addition, Tom Palermo, Jim Palermo, Giles Malone, Zach Clark, Juan Rodriguez, Jordan Rocco, Ron Lighthall, Daryl Durand, Matt O’Hern, Michael Malone, Gavin Keith, Brian Dillon, will host or produce diffuse play-by-play this season.

Don’t miss these live sports broadcasts, with cutting-edge streaming coverage on Space Coast Daily TV, plus player interviews, reruns, highlights, pre-match and post-match analysis , And much more !

Power Ranking of the Top 10 Brevard County High School Footballers 2021:

The Tigers finished last season with the best record in the county, losing just one game in the regular season and missing the state championship by one for the second year in a row.

■ 1. Cocoa Tigers: The Tigers finished last season with the best record in the county, losing just one game in the regular season and missing the state championship by one for the second year in a row. Expect top players like Cedric Hawkins, OJ Ross and Jmariyae Robinson to have a big season, but acquiring former Holy Trinity quarterback Davin Wydner only makes this football powerhouse even more problematic on Friday evening.

The Raiders enter the season with some of the best talent in the county such as Rian Black and Virgil Marshall to name a few.

■ 2. Raiders Rockledge: Rockledge lost a few key players last season, including quarterback Elias Allen and star athlete Raheim Sanders, but the culture coach Wayne Younger has instilled into his football schedule will keep them in the mix for the first time. square. The Raiders enter the season with some of the best talent in the county such as Rian Black.

Viera Hawks is bursting with exceptional talent year after year under the guidance of head coach Dereck Smith.

■ 3. Viera Hawks: Viera Hawks is bursting with exceptional talent year after year under the guidance of head coach Dereck Smith. Well, this year they have arguably the best talent in Brevard County this coming season in Defensive Star Jamari Lyons. Senior quarterback CJ Simms and running back Judah Knight appeared to be a top combo in the spring game. If that turns into the regular season and beyond, we might be looking at a special season for the Viera Hawks.

It looks like the players bought into Coach Owen’s vision pretty quickly as they dominated their Spring Jamboree game.

■ 4. Pirates of Palm Bay: This ranking will surprise people but not those who watched Palm Bay football last season. Even with all the talent on the roster, the Pirates really didn’t have a real identity. Which led to a change of coach and now Palm Bay will enter the season under the guidance of new head coach Jake Owens. It looks like the players bought into Coach Owen’s vision pretty quickly as they dominated their Spring Jamboree game.

The Commodores are arguably just off their best season in program history after reaching the playoffs and claiming their first playoff victory.

■ 5. Eau Gallie Commodores: The Commodores are arguably having their best season in program history after reaching the playoffs and claiming their first playoff victory. Training has a lot to do with a team’s success and Coach Sands has certainly changed the Eau Gallie schedule, but you might see a slight dip just from a plethora of elite talent from the previous season. went to play the next level. Eau Gallie is always talented, but losing plenty of impact players is something you can’t ignore.

Coach Broomfield had a phenomenal season last year having recorded Bayside’s longest winning streak since 2014 and securing his first playoff win since 2010.

■ 6. Bayside Bear: Coach Broomfield had a phenomenal season last year having recorded Bayside’s longest consecutive winning streak since 2014 and securing his first playoff win since 2010. I expect the Bears to continue to grow. improving from their previous season 4-6 with all the versatility on both sides of the ball. The Bears will go as far as their defense takes them as they allowed the opposing team plenty of points last year.

After the Bulldogs ended the 2020 season with a disappointing 3-6 season, Melbourne made a change by appointing David Kintigh as the new head coach.

■ 7. Melbourne Bulldogs: After the Bulldogs ended the 2020 season with a disappointing 3-6 season, Melbourne made a change by appointing David Kintigh as the new head coach. The talent is there, it’s just a matter of how the defensive side of the ball holds up and how quickly Kintigh can get his players to buy into the system.

Holy Trinity finished their season above .500 last year under head coach Nate Hooks.

■ 8. Tigers of the Holy Trinity: Holy Trinity finished their season above .500 last year under head coach Nate Hooks. The Tigers have already faced challenges regarding their football schedule given they barely had 20 players across the roster last season. To add to their player shortage, their former 3-star pro-style quarterback Davin Wydner transferred to Cocoa to conclude his high school career. The coming season could be tough with the amount of young talent and new faces.

This ranking seems considerably low after the impressive season of Coach Worden and the War Eagles last year.

■ 9. Astronaut War Eagles: This ranking seems considerably low after the impressive season of Coach Worden and the War Eagles last year. Space Coast 2020 Player of the Year Abreon Torres graduated, Torres played a major role in their success last season and when you lose a player like that it can be difficult to regain your identity after a season of rush. spectacular as they experienced in 2020. I expect quarterback Antonio Caito to have a good season and keep the War Eagles competitive.

Heritage ended the season with an uneventful 1-7 regular season in 2020. Much of that was down to having arguably the youngest team on the Space Coast.

■ 10. Heritage panthers: Heritage ended the season with an uneventful 1-7 regular season in 2020. Much of that was down to having arguably the youngest team on the Space Coast. The Panthers will only get better with experience and chemistry with this young team led by second-year quarterback Joseph Tenta. The Space Coast is full of talent, in terms of experience when you compare them to Heritage, so I expect them to make a significant leap after another season under the belt of this young core.

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The Space Coast Daily team brings you the best news and sports coverage in Brevard County. This is the fourth decade of high school sports coverage for principals. The Daily Space Coast and the Friday night cloakroom.

In 1997, Dr Jim Palermo, now editor-in-chief of The Daily Space Coast, and Tom Palermo, now The Daily Space Coast president and editor, called Brevard County’s first-ever high school football game on the radio.

From 1997 to 2000 the Palermo brothers called the high school football action on WMEL and below is a clipping promoting shows from the August 26, 1999 edition of Space Coast Press newspaper, owned and published by Tom Palermo. Gannett bought the hurry of Palermo in July 2000.

From 1997 to 2000 the Palermo brothers called the high school football action on WMEL and above is a clipping promoting broadcasts from the August 26, 1999 edition of the Space Coast Press newspaper, which was owned and published. by Tom Palermo.

“One of the most memorable moments of those years was when we broadcast the 2000 Palm Bay – Dillard State Championship game to Brevard from the Gainesville Marsh,” said Jim Palermo.

Dan Burke’s Palm Bay Pirates beat Dillard 10-6 to win the 6A title that year.

The Palermo handed the broadcast reins to the Friday Night Locker Room crew starting in 2001. Since then, the Friday Night Locker Room has not been missing a beat as Steve Wilson and Orville Susong begin their full 20th season of broadcast of preparatory sports on the Space Coast.

In 2012, The Daily Space Coast and the Friday Night Locker Room have forged a partnership to provide Brevard County with full and comprehensive cutting-edge multimedia coverage of youth and high school sports, including football, volleyball, basketball, baseball , softball, soccer, track and field, wrestling, bowling and more.

Always innovators, The Daily Space Coast – The Friday Night Locker Room team provided Space Coast sports fans with the first live streams on the web and Facebook Live play-by-play, and are dedicated to being the leading provider of multimedia sports coverage on the Space Coast for many years to come.

Space Coast Daily excels in all medium, including social media, the web, print media, and local events, such as the Space Coast Sports Hall of Fame, which The Daily Space Coast founded in 2011.

LEFT TO RIGHT: Giles Malone, Matt O’Hern, Tom Palermo, Jim Palermo, Jeff Carr (holding scissors) and Debbie Bissland cut the ribbon at the opening of the Space Coast Sports Hall of Fame at Eastern Florida State College.

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