...more about this great coach. He served Cardinal Newman High School for 49 years—45 as a coach and 48 as athletic director (1961-2008). As the school’s first football coach, from ‘61 through ‘03, he led his teams to a 278-172-5 record; 4 of his players went on to play in the National Football League. He also coached boys basketball, track, girls softball, and boys & girls golf. He directed softball teams to a 437-109 record and 3 state championships. All told, he coached teams to 954 victories (.702 percentage) and 94 district, regional, sectional and state titles. He also has been inducted into the Florida Athletic Coaches Association, Florida High School Athletic Association and Palm Beach County Halls of Fame. A scholarship and coach-of-the-year award have been established in his name in Palm Beach County. He is retired.
It is David Clowney of Atlantic, shown in the photo above scoring a TD at Naples in the 2001 5A state semi game, which was won by Naples. He went on to play at VA tech and then saw brief playing time with the Jets.