Also in the Observer: Spring games set for Mainland, Seabreeze
The Ormond Beach Pop Warner Football and Cheer program was honored by the city of Ormond Beach at a city commission meeting on the night of Tuesday, May 15. In addition, Seabreeze High School student Bailey McQuarrie was presented with a Certificate of Accomplishment, recognizing her as a First Team Academic All-American, which represents 2% of all Pop Warner participants across the country. As a sophomore, McQuarrie was responsible for leading Seabreeze’s girls flag football team as the Sandcrabs’ starting quarterback. After a one-loss regular season and a district championship, the Sandcrabs advanced all the way to the regional final before losing to Glades Central.
Spring games set for Mainland, Seabreeze
Weather permitting, the Buccaneers and the Sandcrabs will join the rest of area in their annual spring football games. Mainland, which ended the 2017 season with a 9-5 record and a loss in the second round of the playoffs to Carol City, will take on St. Augustine at 7 p.m. Friday, May 18, at Daytona Beach Municipal Stadium. Seabreeze, which ended 2017 with a 4-8 record, will play at 7 p.m. Friday at Ridgeview High School