HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: Week 10 Game Coverage
By Space Coast Daily // November 1, 2014
SPACECOASTDAILY.COM TEAM COVERAGE
ABOVE VIDEO: Viera head coach Kevin Mays talks about the Hawk’s 36-13 victory over Martin County to finish the 2014 regular season with a perfect 9-0 record. Viera will host their first-ever postseason game in two weeks as they take on the Class 7A, District 11 runner-up.
THURSDAY, OCT. 30 GAME RESULTS
Atlantic Port Orange 36, Space Coast 19 (Final)
FRIDAY, OCT. 31 GAMES
Titusville 21, Astronaut 16 (Final)
Eau Gallie 48, Cocoa Beach 0 (Final)
Heritage 56, Bayside 7 (Final)
Holy Trinity 0, MCC 24 (Third Quarter)
Cocoa 40, Jones 0 (Final)
Viera 36, Martin County 13 (Final)
Mel-Hi @ Sebastian River, 7 p.m.
Merritt Island 40, Rockledge 6 (Final)
Palm Bay 48, Satellite 27 (Final)
321Recruits Week 10 Rankings & Predictions
- Merritt Island Palm Bay
- Palm Bay
- Space Coast
- Eau Gallie
- Holy Trinity
- Cocoa Beach
- Merritt Island Christian
Heritage at Bayside: UPSET ALERT Heritage by 2
Jones at Cocoa: Cocoa by 21
Palm Bay at Satellite: Palm Bay by 14
Astronaut at Titusville: Titusville by 18
Viera at Martin County: Viera by 16
Holy Trinity at MCC: MCC by 22
Melbourne at Sebastian River: Melbourne by 14
Eau Gallie at Cocoa Beach: Eau Gallie by 24
Merritt Island at Rockledge: Merritt Island by 21
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The expert Friday Night Locker Room radio broadcast crew of Steve Wilson and Orville Susong team with Space Coast Daily’s Matt O’Hern as they analyze and make their predictions about the upcoming Week 5 prep football games on the Space Coast.
O’Hern has a background in sports journalism that dates back to 2002 and covered Brevard County sports from 2004 through 2009 for Hometown News.
O’Hern’s career also includes two years covering NCAA Division I FCS football for Samford University (Alma Mater of FSU Coaches Jimbo Fischer and Bobby Bowden) in Birmingham, Ala.
In 2003, O’Hern covered college and prep football for the Birmingham Post-Herald.
O’Hern will provide football analysis throughout the 2014 season on SpaceCoastDaily.com.
“We are delighted to be able to bring this incredible team of experts to Space Coast Daily,” said publisher Tom Palermo.
“For many years, the Friday Night Locker Room crew has covered sporting events in Brevard County like no one else, and has the expertise, talent and insight that has become a key component for sports fans on the Space Coast.”
THREE DECADES OF KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE
The Friday Night Locker Room live game broadcasts air locally on WPIO 89.3 and is streamed on SpaceCoastDaily.com.
Now in their third decade of providing local sports coverage, the Friday Night Locker Room team has aired hundreds of high school football games, high school basketball games, little league baseball and softball games, Brevard County Manatees baseball, high school baseball and softball games, and many other events in and around Brevard County.
The team has broadcast games from as far north as Tallahassee and as far south as Miami.
Mike Erdman Cadillac Nissan Sponsors Friday Night Locker Room
Wilson praised Randy Henry, owner of WPIO/WEJF and Mike Erdman for their commitment to airing the Friday Night Locker Room games and special features.
“Without the support of our title sponsor, Mike Erdman Nissan/Cadillac, we would not be able to do what we de each and every Friday night,” said Wilson.
“Mr. Erdman is a big supporter of youth sports and we sincerely appreciate everything he does for us.”
Friday Night Locker Room sponsors include Mike Erdman Nissan Cadillac, State Farm Insurance – Alan Wester – Rockledge/Viera, Beef O’Brady’s, SpaceCoastDaily.com, Berry Signs, Inc., Knudson Brain Spine Injury Law Office, Custom Prints Screen Printing, Florida MasterTemp, Al’s Trophy Shop and Planet Fitness.
Both Steve Wilson and Orville Susong said they are thrilled to be teaming up with SpaceCoastDaily.com to reach an even greater audience.
“We are very excited about doing this and all of the possibilities going forward,” Wilson said. “We look forward to this partnership and everything it holds for local sports enthusiasts.”