Curtis Marsh came by RHS during the Eagles bye week to talk to players and coaches. Curtis spent about an hour watching practice and talking to coaches and players about his climb from the RHS practice field to the NFL. Curtis told players to not let anything or anyone stand in the way of their dreams. Curtis told the team that hard work and dedication pays off. Curtis has been a frequent vistor over the past five years checking in with Coach Flye, and Coach Uebelhardt during the off season. Curtis and his Mother, Trayci Gibson, have donated cleats and equipment to the program in the past. Thank You Trayci and Curtis for your generous and unwaivering support of Royal Football. Royal Football Booster Club
Codey Mann rushed for 199 yards on 26 carries and scored two touchdowns to help lead Royal High to a 31-10 victory over host Calabasas in a Marmonte League game on Friday night. Mann scored both touchdowns in the second quarter on consecutive carries. The first on a 2-yard run that made the score 14-0 after Junior Gonzalez’s extra point, with 9:45 remaining until the half. Atherton Kniseley recovered a Calabasas fumble on the ensuing kickoff at the 22, and Mann scored on the following play for a 21-0 lead. “We really wanted to concentrate on running the ball tonight but got off to a rather shaky start,” said Royal head coach Kevin Flye. “Once we settled down, we really just put it in Cody’s hands and he did a fabulous job of making some tough runs, behind the great job our line did.” Read more: vcstar.com
Even though Royal High senior Codey Mann possesses incredible skills as a running back, he is so critical to his team's success on defense that head coach Kevin Flye does everything he can to keep him fresh during games, including limiting his time on offense. But with the Highlanders offense in need of a spark early in the third quarter of Friday night's nonleague game against Golden Valley, Flye decided to insert Mann into the backfield. Mann gave the Royal offense the jump-start it needed. Rushing 22 times for 167 yards, Mann scored two second-half touchdowns, leading Royal to a 27-14 victory in its season opener. Read more: - vcstar.com
ROYAL HIGHLANDERS Last year’s record: 4-6, 6th in Marmonte Starting QB: Logan Bateman Top RB: Devonte Riley Go-to WR: Robert Gormaz Best run blocker: Armando Reynoso Best pass-protector: Joey Blanc Four impact defenders: Codey Mann, SS; Chad Gunn, LB; Bobby Sojka, CB; Chuy Beltran, DT Potential breakout players: Garrett Parkinson, TE/DE; Dyllan Barlow, LB Three big games: Oct. 6 vs. Thousand Oaks; Oct. 21 at Simi Valley; Oct. 28 vs. Moorpark Team strengths: The Highlanders have big plans. Led by a strong senior class, Royal has the potential to make the playoffs for the first time since 2006. A friendly schedule featuring six home games will help. Success or failure largely hinges on five returning starters on the offensive line, including All-League standout Armando Reynoso and pit bull left tackle Joey Blanc, a three-year starter. The Highlanders plan to run the ball often with Devonte Riley, a talented tailback who must be a productive and sturdy workhorse. Quarterback Logan Bateman is a passing and running threat. Codey Mann, a senior strong safety, is the team’s best all-around player, according to head coach Kevin Flye. Royal boasts a stout front seven defensively. Question marks pertaining to the team’s secondary entering the summer have been addressed by strong play from free safety Atherton Kniseley and cornerback James Cummings. Read More: Acorn
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