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MAKOS 2 TIME EASTERN DIVISION CHAMPIONS
INLET GROVE HIGH COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL
600 W. 28TH STREET., RIVIERA BEACH, FL 33404.
SCHOOL PHONE: 561-881-4600
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The Makos Stomp against Racism and Violence Night a Success
The Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office Uniformed Officers were recognized and honored on Saturday April 11th by the Palm Beach Makos, a Semi-Professional Football Team of West Palm Beach at their home game in Riviera Beach; who are involved in many community events. The Makos won the game 40-12 against the South Florida 49er's out of Broward County. President Rev. Gary L. Wilder, MTS and General Manager Mr. Raymond Gordon recognized the following uniformed officers who took time to represent the agency during the event: (note: Sgt-Sergeant; DS-Deputy Sheriff; Cpl-Corporal; Lt-Lieutenant)
Corrections: Sgt. Alberta Bryant, DS William Caswell, DS Reginald Napier; DS Francisco Vera, DS Donald Powell, DS James Sneed and Lt. Patricia R. Brown.
Law Enforcement: DS Paul Heckler (K-9), Cpl. Brian Cullen, Cpl. Jason Viller, and DS Cesar Tejada. Also on hand were Lt. Jeffery Jackson and the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives, Patricia Gardner.
Makos continue Divisional wins against the 49er's
The Palm Beach Makos continued their divisional wins against the South Florida 49er's. After a late start, the Makos opened up a 14-0 lead early in the first quarter. However, late in the 1st quarter the 49er's aired it out and got on the board, bringing the score to 14-6 Makos. After that, the Makos quickly took charge of the game and responded with 14 more points leaving a halftime score of 28-6. In the 3rd quarter, the Makos scored once taking the score to 34-6. In the forth, the Makos muffed the punt and the 49er's recovered deep in Makos territory allowing them to score bringing the score to 34-12. But in the final seconds of the 4th, the Josh McGregor hit Defensive End Jimmy Lorevil with a 14 yard pass for a touchdown, giving a final score of 40-12 in favor of the Makos.
The offensive charge were by Josh McGregor (14/21, 258 yards, 5 TD, 3 Int), Juan O'Farril (8 carries, 125 yards, 1 TD/2 catches for 7 yards/1 TD) and Fred Taylor (4 catches, 103 yards/2 TD). Defensively were Darius Baker (3.5 tackles, 1 for a loss) and Kevin Jackson-Hamilton (3 tackles, 1 for a loss and 1 sack).
The final regular season game will the Makos taking on in county rivals, the Tri-County Soldiers. This is a key gave for both teams as the Division championship is on the line. With a Makos win, they will capture the crown. This is sure to be an exciting game. Game time is 7:00pm at Inlet Grove High School in Riviera Beach. Come out and support your Palm Beach Makos!!
Makos bounce back against the Hurricanes
The Makos travelled to Brevard County to take on the Brevard Hurricanes. The Hurricanes were in need of a victory if they had any chance of the post season as the Makos need a win to keep their Division Championship hopes alive. The Makos came out firing on all cylinders opening up the 1st quarter with a 20-8 lead. No other scoring happened in the first half leaving a 20-8 halftime score. In the 3rd the Makos continued their onslaught and scored 16 points taking the score to 36-8. With the Hurricanes relying on the pass, the defense stiffened and did not allow the Hurricanes to move the ball. the waning minutes of the 4th, the Makos scored their final touchdown upping the score to 44-8 which was the final.
Taking charge on the offense were: Josh McGregor (26/35, 336 yards, 6 TD/O Int), and Calvin Pritchard (9 catches, 137 yards, 4 TD). On defense leading the charge were: Daniel Stewart (4.5 tackles, one for a loss), Etius Coleman (4 tackles), and Nicolas Farquharson (3.5 tackles, 2 for a loss, 1 sack, 1 Forced fumble, 1 tipped pass).
Taking on the Makos next are the South Florida 49er's. The 49er's are another dangerous team as they are winless and seeking their first victory. This again proves to be dangerous for the Makos as they have been upset by 2 previous winless teams this season. Game time is 7:00pm at Inlet Grove High School in Riviera Beach.
Xmen edge the Makos
The Palm Beach Makos traveled to Jacksonville to take on the Jax Xmen. It was a back and forth battle with the Makos having a chance to win in the end. With 5 seconds left on the clock and 4th down on the Xmen 9 yard line, QB Josh McGregor gave a last ditch effort to find a receiver but with a semi-hail mary but the ball was intercepted giving the Xmen the victory. The final was Xmen 33-Makos 30.
Leading the charge for the Makos were Josh McGregor (26/47; 286 yards, 3 TD/3 Int), Juan O'Farril (10 Carries/31 yards/TD; 3 Catches 37 yards), and Calvin Pritchard (9 Catches/92 yards, 2 TD) for the offense. On Defense were Faquarson (8 tackles/4 for loss, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery).
On Saturday, April 4th, the Makos travel to Brevard County to take on the Brevard Hurricanes in a divisional match-up. This will be a great game as playoffs and seeding implications are on the line. Game time is 7:00pm.
Makos dismantled by the Rage
The Makos started out with promise and suddenly watched that promise turn into a nightmare as they came unraveled against the Orlando Rage. The Makos led at the half 14-7 and then took a 20-7 lead before losing focus and allowing the Rage to score 21 unanswered points in the 3rd quarter to go ahead 28-20 going into the 4th quarter. In the fourth things did go as planned for the Makos as the Rage score twice taking the score to 42-20. However, the Makos fought back and score two unanswered touchdowns bringing the score to 42-36. With an ensuing drive mistakes cost the Makos and the Rage took advantage and scored late in the 4th, leaving the score, 49-36 at the final whistle.
Leading the way for the Makos on offense were: Juan O'Farrill (6 carries/77 yards/TD; 1 catch 7 yards), Josh McGregor (19/37, 208 yards/3 TD), and Fred Taylor (5 catches/77 yards, 1 TD). On defense the leader was Keyonvis Bouie with 5.5 tackles/1 Int; and Brandon Gamble with 4 tackles.
Next up for the Makos are the Jacksonville X-Men (Jax X-Men). The X-Men are winless, which makes them a desperate team in need of a victory. This could prove dangerous for the Makos as they travel to Jacksonville. Game time is 7:00pm.
Last second score gives Sun Devils win over Makos
The Makos loss of focus caused them to lose the game in the closing seconds of the 4th quarter to the Key West Sun Devils by a score of 34-28. As for the norm of the Makos, they took a 16-6 halftime ead and continued to lead after the 3rd quarter, 22-13. In the fourth quarter, the Sun Devils gained ground and were within 2 point with a score of 22-20 in favor of the Makos. In the middle of the 4th, the Sun Devils took the lead on a long pass play to take the score to 28-22 Sun Devils. In the middle of the 4th the Makos rallied and tied the score 28-28. It looked like the game was headed into overtime, when the Sun Devils hit a long pass with 1:30 left in the game to take a 34-28 lead. The Makos still had a chance and were driving the ball until the Sun Devils caused a fumble which ended the game at 34-28 Sun Devils.
Leading contributors for the Makos were Juan O'Farrill with 8 carries, 71 yards and a touchdown along with Calvin Pritchard 3 catches 69 yards and a touchdown. Josh McGregor passed for 12/22 for 197 yards and 2 touchdowns. On defense were Keyonvis Bouie with 6.5 tackles, one for a loss, Nick Dorobialo with 6.5 tackles, one for a loss, and Dejuan Guillary with 5 tackles, 1.5 for a loss and 1 sack
Next for the Makos is a home game against 3 time champions Orlando Rage. This is going to be a key test for the Makos as it will prove their mettle against a championship team. The Makos are 0-2 against the Rage and seek their first victory against them. Game time is 7:00pm at Inlet Grove high school in Riviera Beach.
Makos ran ashore by Vikings
The 3rd quarter proved to be the difference for the Makos demise against the South Florida Vikings. The Makos led 22-6 throughout the game and midway through the 3rd quarter before the Vikings put up 22 unanswered points to take a 28-22 lead. Late in the 3rd quarter the Vikings scored again to take a 34-22 lead. However with 10:38 left in the 4th, the Makos re-grouped and scored on a 9 yard touchdown pass from McGregor to O’Farill, bringing the score to 34-28 Vikings. The Makos defense stiffened not allowing the Vikings to move the ball. With 4:23 left in the game, quarterback Josh McGregor threw what would have been the tying score pass to Calvin Pritchard who mishandled the pass in the end zone. From that point both defenses stood strong and the game ended with a 34-28 victory for the Vikings. The loss took away the Makos unblemished record to 3-1.
Leading the Makos charge on offense were quarterback Josh McGregor (15/34, 234 yards, 4 TD,3 Int) and James Johnson (6 catches, 80 yards, 2 TD). On defense were Keyonvis Bouie (6.5 tackles), Dejuan Guillary (6 tackles, 2 for a loss, 1 sack), and Brandon Gamble (6 tackles).
Next up for the Makos will travel to Key West to take on the Key West Sun Devils. Game time will be 7:00pm. The Sun Devils bring a 3-1 record and this is sure to be another great game as both team seek to not have another loss.
Palm Beach Makos host the South Florida Vikings
Saturday, February 28th at 7:00pm; Inlet Grove High School
Makos Fire last shot to hold off Soldiers
With 4th down and 9 seconds left on the clock, quarterback Josh McGregor found receiver Antoine Stubbs in the middle for a 19 yard winning touchdown pass. This drive cap off what was an exciting game between in county (Palm Beach) rivalry game. This was the 9th meeting between these two team in a 4 year span with the Soldiers having a 5-4 advantage over the Makos. The game had a lot of offensive flair and defensive strongholds. Both teams threw great punches but the Makos held the edge with a 22-14 lead at the half.
In the 3rd quarter the Makos seemed to be going for the knock-out punch when McGregor hit Chris Cunningham for a 3 yard score bringing the score to 28-14. However, the Soldiers found their will and in the 4th quarter scored 16 unanswered points to take the lead with only 1:40 left in the game. This seemed to be the counter-punch on the Makos. As the Makos took the field, there was a sense that the sleeping shark smelled blood in the water and was out for the hunt. With a 1:34 left on the clock, 78 yards to score, and with 2 time outs, the Makos went to work. McGregor found 3 different receivers in Johnson, Stubbs, and Pritchard to move the ball to the 19 yard line with under 10 seconds on the clock where he delivered a perfect stike to Stubbs for the winning score leaving 6 seconds on the clock. Adding the two point conversion, the Makos took a 36-30 lead and ultimately the win. However, the Soldiers tried one last ditch effort on the ensuing kick-off by pitches which seem to work but the Makos pushed the runner out of bounds which ended the game. The win took the Makos to 3-0 in the division.
Leading the charge for the Makos on offense was Josh McGregor with 16/34 passes (2 interceptions) for 234 yards and 3 touchdowns; leading receiver was Calvin Pritcahrd with 3 catches for 58 yards and 1 touchdown; leading rusher was Antonio Thurston with 10 carries for 68 yards and 2 touchdowns. Holding down the defense were Keyonvis Bouie with 5 tackles, 1 fumble recovery; Marvin Boyd with 4 tackles, 1 for a loss, 2 forced fumbles; and Nick Dorobiala with 2.5 tackles and a pass tip.
Next up for the Makos is a home game against the South Florida Vikings (formerly the South Florida Storm). This will be the first meeting of these teams since the new franchise. This is sure to be a wild game as the Vikings are winless and seek to blemish the Makos unbeaten record and the Makos seeking to stay perfect on the Championship run. Game time is a 7:00pm at Inlet Grove High School in Riviera Beach. There will be half time performances and cash give-aways. So come out and support your Makos as they are continuing to score success, one snap at a time!
Freddie Monroe tapped as Makos Player Personnel Representative
5 year Palm Beach Makos player, Freddie Monroe was assigned as the Makos Player Personnel Representative for the Florida Football Alliance Players Association (FFAPA), by Makos President and CEO, Rev. Gary Wilder, MTS. As player personnel rep, Monroe will be responsible for players conduct on and off the field, players understanding the Florida Football Alliance (FFA) rules and regulations, disciplinary actions, players grievances as well as, keeping players informed on the leagues events. Rev. Wilder stated, "this is a great responsibility for any player to undertake and I believe I appointed the right person for our team to handle this great task. I am confident Freddie will represent the Makos well." This position is a one season post and is up to the President to re-assign or re-appoint players to the post. To read more on the FFAAPA go to www.ffafootball.org click the League Info link where you find the FFAAPA.
49er's remain on the Dock of the Bay against Makos
With time running out, the Palm Beach Makos squeezed out a victory against the the South Florida 49er's. The game was a defensive struggle with both teams having opportunities to score but falling short. The Makos took an early lead with by driving the ball 54 yards in the first quarter and capping the drive with a 7 yard touchdown run by Juan O'Farril bringing the score to 6-0 Makos after the 2 point conversion failed. Going into the 2nd quarter, the Makos scored on a running play but had the score reversed on a holding penalty. After turning the ball over on downs, the Makos defense continued to stand, giving the ball back to the offense. On the ensuing drive, the Makos scored again, and again it was called back due to a block in the back penalty. The 49er's were in scoring position twice in the quarter, but the Makos defense again sttod strong. After two quarters of play, the score remained 6-0 in favor for the Makos.
In the 3rd quarter, both teams defenses continued their stance, not allowing scores; again leaving the score 6-0 after 3 quarters of play. Mid-way through the 4th quarter, the 49er's offense came alive and drove the ball on the Makos defense 48 yards to complete the drive with a 19 yard pass for a touchdown and converting the extra point giving the 9er's a 7-6 lead. The Makos offense took over but stalled giving the ball back to the 9er's. However, the Makos defense created plays and forced a fumble by Marvin Boyd, creating the spark the offense needed. With a short field (9er's 35 yard line) quarterback James Johnson hit Calvin Pritchard for a 34 pass to the one yard line. Finishing the drive was Pat Thompson with the one yard run and 2 point conversion with a pass from Johnson to Stubbs giving the Makos the lead for good with a 14-7 lead and win.
Leading the Makos offensively as Pat Thompson with 11 carries for 86 yards and Calvin Pritchard with 1 catch for 34 yards. Defensively leading the charge was Keyonvis Bouie with 7.5 tackles, 3 for a loss, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery for 5 yard; along with Nick Dorobialo with 6.5 tackles and Brandon Gamble with 3.5 tackles, 1 forced fumble, 1 fumble recovery for 6 yards and 2 pass tips.
Next for the Makos are the in county rivals, the Tri-County Soldiers of Delray/Boynton Beach area. This will be the ninth meeting between these two teams where the Soldiers hold a 5-3 lead in the series. This should be a hard hitting and mid-level scoring game as both offense can score and both defenses can hold. Game is in Boynton Beach (Seacrest Stadium) on Saturday, February 21st at 7:00pm. Come out and support your Makos as they continue the road to the Championship.
Makos keep the Hurricanes out to sea
The Palm Beach Makos electrified the game mid way through the 3rd quarter to calm the Brevard Hurricanes with a 46-26 victory. The game was a back and forth battle until the Makos went on the attack and scored 26 unanswered point to shut down the Hurricanes. Makos quarterback, Josh McGregor 13/27/300 yards, 1 interception), began to open up the attack with passes averaging 32 yards and hit open receivers with 40, 48, and 38 yard touchdown passes. With this type of attack, it opened the running game for the Makos where Juan O'Farrill (8 carries for 61 yards, 1 touchdown) led the way with rushing followed by Antonio Thurston (5 carries, 47 yards, 2 touchdowns. The areal attack was led by Antoine Stubbs (4 catches, 121 yards, 1 touchdown) with Pat Thompson (2 catches, 61 yards, 1 touchdown) right behind.
As the two teams matched scores with one another to half-time with a 20-20 score, the defenses held their own. The Makos defense did yield early in the 3rd quarter, giving the Hurricanes a 26-20 lead with the point after attempt was not successful. Once the defense receive the wake up call, they began to give the Makos offense new life. They began to shut down the Hurricanes offensive attack by stopping them on key drives, one which included a key goal line stance and causing a force fumble on Makos 3 yard line by Brandon Gamble. This to the Makos offensive attack. The defense was led by Keyonvis Bouie (8.5 tackles, 1 pass tip), Terry Taylor (6.5 Tackles, 2 for a loss, 1 sack), Nick Dorobiala & Jeff Woodson with 6.5 tackles each, and Marvin Boyd (3.5 tackles, 1 for a loss, 1 sack, 2 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery).
The Makos celebrated the win but now are focused on the task at hand which is their next challenge against a new team in the Florida Football Alliance, the South Florida 49er's. This is the first meeting between the two teams as the Makos travel to Ft. Lauderdale. This is sure to be an outstanding game as the 49er's look to get back on the winning track and the Makos seek to continue theirs. The game will be played at Sunview Park located at 1500 SW 42nd Ave, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33317. Come out and support your Makos, as they continue success, one snap at a time.
Makos Set for 2015 Season Opener
The Palm Beach Makos are set for their season opener aganist the Brevard Hurricanes. This is the second meeting between these two team where the Makos came out on top with a 10-8 win during the 2014 season. This is sure to be another defensive battle as the Hurricanes seek blow the Makos out the water, to avenge their loss. The Makos have re-tooled and are prepared to send the Hurricanes back out to sea. Come out and support your Palm Beach Makos along with the Palm Beach Makos Cheerleaders as they look to bring home the victory. Game time is 7:00pm at Inlet Grove High School in Riviera Beach. Season tickets will be on sale at the gate. Again, come out and support your Palm Beach Makos as they are Scoring Success One Snap at a Time!!
Makos 2nd Annual Toys-4-Tots Game a Success
The Palm Beach Makos 2nd Annual Toys-4-Tots game was a Success! The Makos collected more than 500 toys which will be a distrubuted to many children in the West Palm Beach area. The toys were collected for the Adopt-A-Family Foundation (www.adoptafamilypbc.org). This will truly be a blessing to children in the local community.
As for the game, the South Florida Chargers of the United Football Federation (UFF) proved to be a great warm up for the Makos as the the Makos won 18-12. The Makos defense stood strong against a quick running game from the Chargers, as the offense showed signs that their running game continued where it left off last year. This proves to be a successful season for the Makos.
Makos 2nd Annual Turkey Bowl 2014
MAKOS RECOGNIZED FOR COMMUNNITY OUTREACH WITH 2ND ANNUAL TURKEY BOWL
THE PALM BEACH MAKOS CONTINUES THEIR COMMUNTY OUTREACH WITH THE 2ND ANNUAL TURKEY BOWL. THE MAKOS DOUBLE THEIR EFFORTS BY GIVING AWAY 20 TURKEY BASKETS TO FAMILIES IN NEED. THE MAKOS RECIVED THE ATTENTION OF WPTV (5)ESPN FOR THEIR EFFORTS. OTHER THAN SUCCESS ON FOOTBALL FIELD, SUCCESS WITH COMMUNITY OUTREACH IS A HIGH PRIORITY FOR THE MAKOS. DURING THE 2014-2015 SEASON, THE MAKOS HAVE CONDUCTED SEVERAL COMMUNITY EVENTS TO INCLUDE NURSING HOME VISIT, BAG LUNCH OUTREACH, AND CHILDRENS HOSPITAL JUST TO NAME A FEW. NEXT UP FOR THE MAKOS WILL BE THE 2ND ANNUAL TOYS FOR TOTS GAME ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20TH.
THE MAKOS EDGED THE TWIN COUNTY RAIDERS 14-6 DURING THEIR 2ND ANNUAL TURKEY BOWL.
NEWS REPORT FOR TURKEY BOWL 2014: HTTPS://WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/WATCH?V=OVBZUOHDIRC&LIST=UU0BCUNP5RRKJZUTD3BBZ6KW
Makos Toys For Tots Game
THE PALM BEACH MAKOS ARE GEARING UP FOR ITS' 2ND ANNUAL TOYS FOR TOTS GAME AGAINST THE SOUTH FLORIDA CHARGERS OF THE UNITED FOOTBALL FEDERATION (UFF) ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20TH AT INLET GROVE HIGH SCHOOL AT 2:30PM. THIS IS THE SECOND MEETINGS BETWEEN THESE TWO TEAMS IN THE SAME NAMED GAME. LAST YEAR THE MAKOS WAS VICTORIOUS DEFEATING THE CHARGERS 14-6 IN A DEFENSIVE INTENSIVE GAME. THE MAKOS SEEK TO CONTINUE THEIR WINNING WAYS IN THIS YEARS GAME.
IN ADDITION TO THE GAME, THIS IS ALSO THE MAKOS TOY DRIVE WHERE WE WILL BE COLLECTING TOYS FOR ADOPT-A-FAMILY OF THE PALM BEACHES. THE MAKOS LOOK TO CONTINUE TO BE A BLESSING TO MANY BOYS AND GIRLS IN THE WEST PALM BEACH AREA THIS CHRISTMAS SEASON. LAST YEAR THE MAKOS DISTRIBUTED MORE THAN 300 TOYS AND LOOK TO DOUBLE THAT AMOUNT THIS YEAR. COME OUT AND BE A PART OF THIS SPECIAL EVENT WHILE ENJOYING SOME HARD HITTING FOOTBALL. ADMISSION TO THE GAME IS $5.00FOR ADULTS AND $3.00 FOR STUDENTS; CHILDREN 6 AND UNDER ARE FREE. LASTLY, ANYONE BRINGING A “NEW” UNWRAPPED TOY WILL GAIN FREE ADMISSION.
90 YEAR OLD HOLDS' SPECIAL BOND WITH TRAINER & MAKOS PLAYER, MARVIN BOYD
PALM BEACH MAKOS PLAYER AND CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER, MARVIN BOYD HOLD SPECIAL BOND WITH 90-YEAR-OLD JIM LOCKSHIN. FOR 30 MINUTES THREE TIMES A WEEK, JIM MEETS WITH MARVIN FOR MORE THAN A YEAR. BEFORE MEETING WITH MARVIN, JIM COULD NOT WALK, BUT NOW HE IS ABLE TO WALK WITH ASSISTANCE. MARVIN IS THE OWNER OF NEXXLEVEL FITNESS OF WEST PALM BEACH. THIS SPECIAL COMMITMENT FROM MARVIN WITH MR. LOCKSHIN SHOWS THE TRUE ETHOS OF THE MAKOS OF HONOR, COURAGE, COMMITMENT AND LEADERSHIP.
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Click for Link on try-outs and Marvin Boyd: http://youtu.be/qk3RzzqJ8Xc
Makos edge the Raiders during 2nd Annual Turkey Bowl while Blessing Families
The Palm Beach Makos edged the Twin County Raiders 14-6 during their 2nd annual Turkey Bowl. The game was a defensive battle for the first quarter as the Makos drove the ball but fail to score in the first quarter where the score ended 0-0 in the first. During the secong quarter, the Makos offense came alive and moved the ball and scored on a pass play from quarterback James Johnson. The two point conversion failed leaving the score 6-0 Makos and that was the score at the half. After a great half time presentation, the Makos continued to dominate on both sides of the ball. On another impressive drive of 82 yards, the Makos pounded it into the ball in the endzone with a hard run from Juan O'Farril bringing the score to 14-0 after a successful two point conversion. Late in the 4th quater, the Raiders scored on a pass play leaving the score 14-6 and where the game ended.
During half time, the Makos does what they do best and that is to give back to the community. Last year the Makos were able to bless 10 families with turkey baskets; this year the Makos doubled the blessings by giving away 20 turkey baskets to bless 20 families. As per before, Adopt-a-Family of the Palm Beaches was on hand to accept the baskets for the families. Representing Adopt-a-Family were: Rae Harris, Joe Morino, and Alecia Alexa. The Makos are known throughout the community for their givng and next community event will be the 2nd annual Toys-4-Tots game on Saturday, December 2oth at 2:30pm at Inlet Grove High School. Last year the Makos collected more than 300 toys and look to double that amount this year. Come out and support the Makos for this great community event. An unwrapped toy will get you in the game at no charge. As our mantra states, the Makos are looking to score success, one snap at a time!
FROM MAKOS PLAYER TO CALIFORNIA LAWYER
Former Palm Beach Makos player, Jean Celian is a native of Ft. Lauderdale, where he grew up with his 3 siblings. He played football and ran track with North Lauderdale Academy High School and later transferred to Coconut Creek high school. He attended Palm Beach State College for 2 years before earning a football scholarship to Webber International University in Babson Park, FL. After one year at Webber, Jean returned to Palm Beach State College, where he earned his Bachelors Degree in Business. While earning his bachelors degree, Celian started his semi-pro football with the Lauderdale Lions. Leaving Broward County, Jean moved to West Palm Beach, where he joined the Palm Beach Makos football team where he was a running back. Entering into his second season with the Makos, Jean decided to pursue his career as a Paralegal in 2010. Deciding to leave the semi-pro football arena completely, Celian moved to California to begin his career as a lawyer. In 2012, he attended William H. Taft University Law School in Santa Ana, CA. Completing his requirements in 2014, Celian was conferred and passed the California Bar. Celian's goal is to own a talent and production company. Rev. Gary Wilder, President of the Makos, stated, "it is great to see former players of the Makos use this organization as a catapult to reach their goals and their potential. We as an organization is very proud of the accomplishments of Jean and pray for great success in his future endeavors."
Everyone come out and support the Palm Beach Makos Football Team and the Palmbeachmakos Cheerteam to enjoy a nice Pancake breakfast. Saturday November 15th 8am-10am...See any Makos player, staff or cheerleader for tickets or contact us at: email@example.com on how to get a ticket.
MAKOS 2014 / 2015 FOOTBALL CAMPAIGN BEGINS!!
THE PALM BEACH MAKOS ARE GEARING UP FOR THE 2014/2015 SEASON. WE ARE LOOKING FOR PLAYERS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN BEING A PART OF THE MAKOS FAMILY. WE ARE NOT JUST LOOKING FOR PLAYERS WITH TALENT WE ARE ALSO LOOKING FOR PLAYERS COMMITMENT!! SO BRING YOUR TALENTS AND COMMITMENT TO THE PALM BEACH MAKOS!!
Makos try-outs: http://youtu.be/qk3RzzqJ8Xc
MAKOS GENERAL MANAGER WINS VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARD
RAY GORDON, THE MAKOS GENERAL MANAGER, WINS THE PRESIDENT’S VOLUNTEER SERVICE AWARD FOR NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY AWARD. GORDON IS AN EMPLOYEE WITH LOCKHEED MARTIN OF RIVIERA BEACH, FL AND HAS RECEIVED THE AWARD 2 OUT OF THE LAST 3 YEARS. HE IS VERY ACTIVE IN COMMUNITY SERVICE AND DURING THE 2013 YEAR, HE ORCHESTRATED OUTREACHES TO THE PALM BEACH CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL AT ST. MARY’S MEDICAL CENTER, AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION HEART WALK, MAKOS 1ST ANNUAL TOYS FOR TOTS OF WEST PALM BEACH WHERE THE MAKOS GAVE AWAY MORE THAN 300 TOYS TO ADOPT-A-FAMILY OF PALM BEACH COUNTY, MAKOS 1ST ANNUAL TURKEY BOWL WHERE WE GAVE 10 FAMILIES TURKEY BASKETS.
AT LOCKHEED MARTIN, GORDON IS COMMUNITY SERVICE COORDINATOR WITH THE 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.
HE IS BUSY STARTING THE COMMUNITY SERVICE WITH THE 1ST OF MANY BROWN BAG LUNCH GIVE AWAY FOR THOSE IN NEED THROUGHOUT THE CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH DURING THE 4TH OF JULY WEEKEND. CONGRATULATIONS TO RAY GORDON ON WINNING THIS AWARD AND FOR THE SERVICE TO THE MAKOS ORGANIZATION.
PALM BEACH MAKOS FOOTBALL TEAM COMMUNITY OUTREACH
ON FRIDAY, JULY 4TH 2014, THE PALM BEACH MAKOS FOOTBALL TEAM AND THE PALM BEACH MAKOS CHEER TEAM WILL BE HAVING THEIR FIRST OF MANY 4TH OF JULY “BROWN BAG LUNCH” GIVE AWAY. WE WILL BE CANVASSING THE CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH HANDING OUT BROWN BAG LUNCHES CONSISTING OF SANDWICHES, CHIPS AND A DRINK TO THE HOMELESS AND HUNGRY. THIS IS A SMALL TOKEN TO GIVE TO THOSE IN NEED OF ASSISTANCE. THE MAKOS LOOK FORWARD TO BEING A BLESSING TO THOSE WITHIN OUR COMMUNITY. GO MAKOS!!
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or
Head Coach - Mike Rock at email@example.com