• Breakers football squad wants The Shoe and the CCS championship

    By Jon Charron

    Bridger Pettis and Anthony Coppla, both seniors for the Breakers varsity football team have high goals set for this year. Pettis and Coppla both agree that the two biggest goals for the upcoming season are to win back The Shoe and win the CCS championship. Coppla, the Breakers’ starting quarterback believes that “not getting happy, and always trying to improve” is what will accomplish these goals.

    The Breakers not only have a new starting quarterback this year in Coppla, but they also have rebuilt offensive and defensive lines. Pettis, an outside linebacker and center feels that they just need to “get a little more physical,” and they will be fine. Another point that Coppla makes is how athletic this team is. “It will be a shock to other teams,” he added.

    Head coach Chris Morgan describes his team as a “group that works hard every day.” Morgan also thanks the community for their continued support of Breakers football and looks forward to a great season.

    The Breakers first game of the season is tonight against Watsonville High in Watsonville. Kick-off is at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, September 5.

    Follow me on Twitter @jonwaynecharron for live up dates.  

    posted to Cedar Street Times on September 5, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News, Sports


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