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Palm Beach Makos Football Organization!
Makos Home games kick-off at 7:00PM
Ticket prices: $7.00 Adults /
$5.00 Students & Children 4 & over
**Makos Home Field for Playoffs is:**
Inlet Grove Community High School in
Riviera Beach, FL
Makos Capture Eastern Division Crown
The Makos host the Storm in the East Divisional Playoffs
Your Palm Beach Makos will host the South Florida Storm this Saturday, May 4th at 7:00pm at Inlet Grove High School at 600 W. 28th St, Riviera Beach, FL 33404. This is the third meeting between these two teams this season and a first for a playoff game. The winner would will advance to the AFC championship game to face the winner of the Miami Majic City Bulls and the Miami Spartans.
On their last meeting the Makos outlasted the Storm by a score of 21-20. Again, this will be another bruising game as neither team want their season to end. So come out this weekend and continue to cheer on your Makos as we continue to take a bite out of our opponents by scoring success on snap at a time!!
Additionally, come out show your support for Makos Cheerleader and newest member of the NFL Miami Dophins Cheerleaders, Trisha!! The Makos organization want to congratulate Trisha on this new endeavor!
Palm Beach Makos vs. Broward Bears:
Makos send Bears into Hibernation
Recap by Demetrius Calhoun, Intern
Northwood University, West Palm Beach
The Makos capture their first division crown as they defeated a tough Broward Bears team 23 to 14. The Makos offense played balanced and efficient as they controlled the ball and the clock against the bears. Kicker Nick Nicoloso saw a lot of game action, as he went 3 for 3 (25, 21, and 17 yards) kicking field goals. The Makos’ running offense had a balanced attack on the ground led by Juan O Farill who had 11 carries and 47 yards rushing and Darius Baker with 10 carries for 24 yards. Jarris Smith scored on a 1 yard touchdown run for the game first touchdown in the second quarter. Jarris Smith also connected with Freddie Monroe for a 23- yard touchdown pass late in the fourth quarter to seal the game for the Makos, finishing the game with a stat-line of 5 of 14 passing for 94 yards, 1 touchdown passing, and 5 carries for 14 yards and a touchdown.
The Makos defense played fast and determined. The Makos defense was led by David Roberts with 12 tackles and a sack, Keyonvis Bouie with 9 tackles, Louinel Fanfile and Rich Saint-Hilare each with and interception, and Terry Taylor with 4 tackles.
The Makos will ride this momentum into the playoffs as they host the South Florida Storm on Saturday, May 4th. The game will be played at Inlet Grove High School at 600 W. 28th St., Riviera Beach, FL 33404. Kick-off is at 7:00pm
The Marines have Landed with the Palm Beach Makos!!
The United States Marine Corps will be in attendance at the Palm Beach Makos home game this Saturday, April 13th at Palm Beach Lakes High School. The Marine Corps is looking to show their support within the Palm Beach community. This is a great time for you to bring the family out and meet our nations leading Force up close and personal.
The Marine Corps will have on hand an Inflatable Drill Instructor, Marines H3 Hummer, along with give-aways such as T-Shirts, Lanyards, Hats, Water Bottles and other promotional items. So come out and meet, "The Few, The Proud, The Marines!"
A-R-I-S-E Assit Makos with Home game volunteer
The Palm Beach Makos received volunteer assistance from Lockheed Martins' A-R-I-S-E organization. A-R-I-S-E is the African-American Resources and Information Sharing for Everyone. It is an organization that improves the performance of Lockheed Martin by encouraging participants to become key contributors within their roles. The volunteers consist of: Bryan Pinkston, David Wright, Nick Spivey, Matiya Griffin, and Brenda Lingo. The Makos organization truly thank these volunteers with their assistance at our home games.
#48 - Demtrice Rolle Defensive Back * Benedict College, Columbia, SC * Major: Business Administration * Height: 5-6 * Weight: 162 * Class: Freshman * * Hometown: Belle Glades, Fla. * High School: Glades Central HS * Former Player with Palm Beach Makos *
Rolle Graduated from Glades Central High School in 2006. He went on to play flag football, then a few years later he joined the Palm Beach Makos Minor League Football Team of West Palm Beach as a Wide Receiver. Rolle continued his accomplishments with few Canadian Football League tryouts with the Calgary Stampeaders. Upon completion of the Canadian League tryouts, Rolle continued his play with the Makos. After the end of the 2011 season, he decided to attend Benedict College to get a degree and pursue football. Rolle walked on as a freshman in the spring of 2012. He made his presence known when he started out on the depth chart as the 5th Defensive Back and worked his way up to number 2. He came into training camp as the starting left cornerback. Injuries plague Rolle during training camp so he dropped down to 4th on the depth chart. Rolle has continued to work hard and is on the starting Special Teams and listed as a Defensive Back.
Palm Beach Makos Mascot "Chewy" participated in the annual Miami Dolphins Mascot Halftime show with some very famous Mascots! Only 10 participated in this annual event and Chewy was the only Semi Pro mascot in the country to be asked to be a part of this event. You can find him on Facebook CHEWY the Mascot for the Palm Beach Makos or Twitter @themascotchewy! The Mascot played a little league football team on the field at halftime and it was a site to see these kids against the big furry characters. Congratulations Chewy!!
Palm Beach Makos Hold Team Practice at Dyer Park.
The Palm Beach Makos are currently conducting Practice at Dyer Park located at 7301 Haverhill Rd, West Palm Beach, FL 33412 on
Tuesday's and Thursday's at 8:00PM.
Interested players are encourgaged to call the team at
General Manager - Ray Gordon at email@example.com or
Head Coach - Mike Rock at firstname.lastname@example.org