What's Happening for the week of January 28th, 2008
Bobby Doyle is the son of BFS clinician Bob Doyle; and despite being only a sophomore, he has already been contributing to the success of the Naval Academy's football team. This year against Duke, for example, he threw a touchdown pass that enabled Navy to tie the game and eventually win in overtime. And of course he was part of the team that ended Notre Dame's 43-year winning streak over the midshipmen.
Doyle's earlier BFS training has given him a head start in his college career, and his numbers during high school include the following: 300-pound clean, 455-pound parallel squat, 500x10 box squat, and 34.2 seconds in the Dot Drill. At Chardon High School, Ohio, Doyle earned three letters in track and football: during his senior year as a running back he was named Second Team All State, and he also has the single game and season rushing records at Chardon.
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Titusville High School in Titusville, Pennsylvania, was selected as the 2007 BFS High School of the Year, and the school's story appeared in our November - December issue. Sharing a plaque to acknowledge this outstanding accomplishment are, left to right, Stephanie Keebler, Principal; Jim Come, Athletic Director; Mike Reynolds, Assistant Football and Track Coach; Scott Salvo, Head Football Coach; Kevin Dawson, Head Boys' Swim Coach; and Karen Jez, Superintendent.
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