Sebastian River High School Sharks will have their Homecoming game on Friday, September 16th, against St. Edwards High School Pirates; kick-off is at 7:00 p.m.
Shark’s homecoming court will be introduced, and the 2022 Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned at halftime. Following the game, the award-winning Marching Sharks will perform. The Tropic Nights Homecoming Dance will be Saturday, September 17th, from 8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m.
Emmanuel Allen and Ty Stinson are our Week 4 Spotlight Varsity Football Players.
Emmanuel Allen #8
Senior Emmanuel Allen is a wide receiver, tight end, and defensive lineman who has offers from Jacksonville Athletic Academy for TE and the University of Fort Lauderdale for WR.
Allen’s football goals include:
- Becoming a better player.
- Helping his team as much as possible.
- Proving all doubters wrong and his supporters right.
Additionally, he would like to pick up some offers along the way.
His academic goals include:
- Receiving all his credits.
- Being more productive in the classroom.
- Raising his GPA and state test.
His ultimate goal is to walk the stage on graduation day and make his parents proud. He hopes to go to college to become a therapist, chef, or sometime in the music industry.
Allen respects his coaches and appreciates everything they do for him daily.
“I have a lot of respect for all coaches, and I thank them for believing in me, working on me, and keeping me in check because they know my potential and how great I can be,” Allen told Sebastian Daily.
“I would like to thank coach Perry and Freemen for helping me academically and getting me back on track! And thank coach Harris for never giving up on me, trusting me, and seeing how badly I want it. Finally, I thank coach Jeff for working with me and pushing me to my limits; the same with Coach Pound and Franklin,” Allen added.
Outside of football, Allen enjoys cooking and playing drums at his church.
Ty Stinson #68
Senior Ty Stinson is a 6’1 defensive end, offensive lineman, and tight end whose football goals for the season include making the TC Palm’s all-area team.
His academic goals for the year include finishing with A’s and attending college on a full scholarship.
Stinson, who began playing football in the 10th grade, thinks very highly of his coaches, especially Coach Jefferson, SRHS alumni of the class of 97′.
“The coaches and the team mean a lot to me. Coach Jefferson was one of the first coaches to believe in me and my potential and abilities. I’m forever grateful that it’s all one big family, and I’ll ride with them till the end,” Stinson stated.
Outside of playing football, Stinson enjoys fishing and eating.