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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 5 & over
Children 4 & Under Free
Season Tickets (Regular Season) - $20 Per Person
Group Rate (at gate) - 4 Tix $25 / 5 Tix $30
Inlet Grove High Community High School
600 W. 28th Street., Riviera Beach, FL 33404.
School Phone: 561-881-4600
***Directions to Inlet Grove***
From I-95 -
Exit I-95 at Blue Heron Blvd (exit 76), go east for 4.8 miles, to Avenue 'H' W turn left, go to second road, turn left and follow road to stadium on the right..
From the Turnpike -
Merge onto Florida's Turnpike N via the ramp on the left toward Orlando (Portions toll). Take exit 107 Beeline, follow to stop light and turn left. Turn left onto Blue Heron, go under I-95 bridge, then go east for 4.8 miles, to Avenue 'H' W turn left, go to second road, turn left and follow road to stadium on the right..
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Makos Capture Eastern Division Crown
Makos travel to Maimi to take on the Shockers
The Palm Beach Makos will travel to Miami and take on the South Dade Shockers on Saturday, March 1st, 2014. Kick-off will be 7:05pm at ATHALIE RANGE PARK in Miami. This is the first meeting between these two teams and is sure to be a hard hitting game as both team try to make a statement for a playoff run. The Shockers are 1-4 while the Makos hold a 2-4 record. A loss from either team all but wraps up thier playoff run. Come out and cheer on the Makos as they have returned to their winnings ways!!
Makos clip the wings of the Seahawks
The Palm Beach Makos defeated the South Florida Seahawks by a score of 14-0. It was a weather delayed game as lightning appeared just prior to kick-off. The game finally got underway at 8:20pm as rain continued to fall. It took both team a full quarter to shake off the cob webs as the score was knotted up 0-0- at the end of the first quarter. The Makos shook off the webs first as they score with a 2 yard run by Daniel Stewart and Will Nicoloso providing the extra point bringing the score 7-0 in favor of the Makos. This is how the first half ended as the rain continued to affect the game.
In the 3rd, both teams struggled offensively to generate anything whether on the ground or in the air, however, the Makos continued to pound the ball on the ground as the rain affected the airial game. In the middle of the quarter, the Makos offense sustained a significant drive bringing the ball to the 15 yard line of the Seahawks which is where quarterback, Freddie Monroe hit receiver Terry Taylor for a touchdown pass, leaving the score 14-0 Makos after the successful point after by Nicoloso. With the rain coming down and field conditions slippery, neither team could sustain and significant drives and the game ended with a 14-0 victory for the Makos.
Leading the charge for the Makos were running backs Darius Baker and Juan O'Farril both with 70 yards rushing respectively. Also, filling in for quarterback was wide-receiver Freddie Monroe who kept the Makos drives alive with his running, had 26 yards rushing. Leading the defensive charge were Keyonvis Bouie with 3 tackles, 1 for a loss, Jean Sanon with 2.5 tackle, 1 forced fumble, 1 pass tip, Nicolaus Farquharson with 2 tackles, 2 for a loss, 1 sack and Larry Dorelien with 2 tackles, 1 for a loss, 1 sack, 1 forced fumble and 1 fumble recovery.
Next for Makos will be an away game, as they travel to Miami and take on the South Dade Shockers on March 1st, 2014. Kick-off will be 7:05pm at ATHALIE RANGE PARK in Miami. Come out and cheer on the Makos as they have returned to their winnings ways!!
The Makos fall to the Soldiers
The Palm Beach Makos fell short of the Tri-County Soldiers by a score of 18-14. The game was a defensive battle for both teams. The Soldiers got on the board first with pass play giving them a 6-0 lead. In the 2nd quarter, the Soldiers scored again to make it 12-0. On the ensuing drive the Makos caught fire and scored on a 33 yard from James Johnson to Louinel Fanfile with the two point try good bringing the score to 12-8 in favor of the Soldiers which is how the first half ended.
In the 3rd quarter the Soldiers scored on an interception lifting the score to 18-8. Late in the 3rd quarter, the Makos scored on a botched punt and picked up by Larry Dorlien making the score 18-14, which is how the game ended as neither team scored in the 4th quarter.
Leading the charge for the Makos on offense were quarterback James Johnson with 156 yards passing, one touchdown with two interceptions. On defense were Jean Sanon with 6 tackles, one for a loss and Marvin Boyd with four tackles, 3 for a loss and one sack. Next for the Makos are the South Florida Seahawks. The Makos seek to avenge their season opener loss to the Seahawks. The game will be played at Inlet Grove High School at 7:00pm. Come out and support your Makos.
Storm too much for Makos
The Makos couldn't fight off the Storm with a 23-13 loss. The Storm got on the board early with a field goal then on two drives later, added a touchdown leaving the Makos behind by a score of 10-0 at the end of the first quarter. The Makos defense tried to stave off the Storm but with no offensive drives by the Makos, the Storm scored again in the second quarter bringing the score, 17-0 at the half.
In the 3rd quarter, the Makos made an offensive change with the quarterback bringing in James Johnson, who added a spark to the offense. The Makos scored on a 25 yard pass from Johnson to Daniel Stewart and a point after by Will Nicoloso leaving the score 17-7 at the end of the 3rd quarter. Both defenses became stingy throughout the 3rd quarter and in the middle of the fourth, the Storm hit a long touchdown pass that brought the score to 23-7. However, Johnson sparked the Makos again, and hit Antoine Stubbs for a 10 yard touchdown taking the score 23-13 which is where it ended. Johnson, tried to get the Makos on the board in the last seconds but time ran out on the Makos.
Leading the Makos were quarterback James Johnson with 122 yards passing, 2 touchdowns and 2 interceptions, along with Juan O’Farril with 59 yards rushing and Calvin Pritchard with 39 yards receiving and a touchdown. Next up for the Makos are the South Florida Seahawks who beat the Makos in the season opener. The Makos seek to avenge that loss and clip the wings of the Seahawks. That game will be Saturday, February 22nd at 7:00pm at Inlet Grove High School. Come out and support your Palm Beach Makos.
Makos fall to the sword of the Spartans
The Palm Beach Makos fell to the sword of the Miami Spartans. The Makos got on the board first with a 22 yard field goal by Will Nicoloso. From that point, both defenses stood leaving the score 3-0 Makos at the end of the first quarter. In the 2nd quarter, the Spartans offense came alive and scored three unanswered touchdowns bringing the score 21-3. This is how the first half ended.
In the 3rd, the Makos defense stiffened and held the Spartans scoreless while scoring a touchdown with a 5 yard pass from James Johnson to Antoine Stubbs, while the point after failed, making the score 21-9 in favor of the Spartans. At the start of the forth quarter the Spartans scored taking the score to 28-9. The Makos answered with a score and two point conversion making the score 28-17. Late in the quarter, the Spartans scored what would be the game winning touchdown, 34-17. The Makos would score with 2:35 left in the game, leaving the door open to possibly squeeze out a win, with a 25-34 score. The Makos tried the onside kick but the Spartans recovered and eventually ran out the clock.
Leading the Makos offensively was quarterback James Johnson with 151 yards and 3 touchdowns along with Juan O’Farrill with 41 yards rushing and Calvin Pritchard with 51 yards receiving. The Makos next test will come from the South Florida Storm. The Storm lead the series with the Makos, 2-1. This is sure to be a great battle as the Makos seek to avenge their last year playoff loss. The game will be at Inlet Grove High School at 7:00pm.
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