Friday night, Coronado vs Chapin high school football takes centerstage when HS Football takes on the Coronado vs Chapin live from Choctaw Stadium in Arlington, streaming live at NFHS Network. Coronado vs Chapin, which won five straight Varsity Football titles from 2007-11, fell in last year’s 6A semifinals. The Cavaliers return Michigan State commit quarterback Bo Edmundson looking for a seventh state title in the past 15 years. Martin went 9-3 last season and is led by cornerback Javien Toviano and running back Sergio Snider, according MaxPreps. The two teams are very familiar with each other as they play on a regular basis and this should be a great high school football game.
Coronado vs Chapin 2022 live State Football free (26th August 2022)
The Cavaliers did go 9-3 last season, but one of those wins was a big 40-28 victory over the Warriors to begin the season. They jumped out to a 24-14 halftime lead and despite the Warriors closing it to 34-28 at the end of the third, they came away with the victory.
“He would want us to go to states,” High School football team offensive lineman Jamal Baldwin said Coronado vs Chapin Football Live On Friday. “He would want to be here with us. We would want him to be here with us, so we got to get this for him.”
The Coronado vs Chapin high school football 2022/23 season is coming to a close, and this week four MaxPreps Top 25 teams will compete for a state championship. No. 01 St. John Bosco (CA) (NFSH) got the party began by defeating Central (Phenix City) 38-22 at Protective Stadium on Wednesday to capture its third consecutive NFSH 7A title (Birmingham).
After piling up over 200 yards receiving and two touchdowns, Ryan Peppins, a recent Utah recruit, was voted MVP of the Coronado vs Chapin game. Conner Harrell, a North Carolina commit, exited the game early due to an injury, but returned in the second quarter to throw for over 300 yards and three touchdowns. Trevor Hardy, Trequon Fegans, and Anquon Fegans all got interceptions.
Braylin Presley won four state championships throughout his high school career. In the HSSLiveNow 6A-II championship, the HSSLiveNow State-bound running back led the Spartans to a 63-14 victory against Deer Creek (Edmond). He scored four touchdowns in all as Bixby won their fourth state championship in a row. They also established a state record by winning their 49th straight game, topping Wagoner’s previous mark of 48 set in 2017.
Last year, No. 02 Mater Dei (Santa Ana, CA) became the first school in California history to win five consecutive state championships, and it will play Gaffney (14-0) for its sixth straight 5A championship on Friday at Charlie Santa Ana Stadium (California). Tom Knotts has a 61-0-1 record in his previous 62 games as the Silver Foxes’ head coach, and hasn’t lost a postseason game since 2015.
On Friday at Santa Ana Stadium (Chattanooga), No. 03 St. Frances Academy (Baltimore, MD) will play 14-0 Summit for its second consecutive Division 1 Class 6A state title (Independent school in Baltimore, Maryland). The Patriots have won 28 games in a row, with 26 of those victories coming by double digits.
Travis Hunter and No. 04 IMG Academy (Manatee County, Florida) are one win away from participating in their second straight Georgia AAAAAAA state championship game, but they must first beat reigning champion Mater Dei (Santa Ana). Last year’s state championship game featured these two teams, with the Rams winning 38-14.
On Friday, Coronado vs Chapin in the other California AAAAAAA semifinal.
The quarterfinals of the UIL HSSLiveNow 6A Division 1 and Division 2 tournaments contain a total of four MaxPreps Top 25 teams.
In Division 1, No. 05 St. Thomas Aquinas (FL) visits Apogee Stadium (Florida) to take on (11-2) Allen, while No. 06 Bishop Gorman (NV) (11-2) DeSoto at Ford Center (Frisco). Both games will take place on Friday.
No. 7 Westlake (TX) meets (12-1) Vandegrift (Austin) at DKR HSSLiveNow Memorial Stadium (Austin), while No. 08 Chandler (AZ) (10-3) Summer Creek (Houston) at Santa Ana, Stadium (California). Both games will take place on Friday.