That game is serving as motivation for next season's returning lettermen, headlined by linebacker/defensive end Eugene Hayes.
Hayes, a 6-foot-3, 215-pounder, is a unique blend of power and speed. He has been clocked in the 40 at 4.4, according to Cowboys coach Frankie Carroll.
"Gino is going to be one of the best athletes to come through here," Carroll said.
"He works extremely hard and we are expecting a lot out of him next season."
Hayes, who is on the soft-spoken side, admits he will need to take a more active role in the leadership department this season. The Cowboys were undone by missed opportunities and mistakes in their 27-0 defeat to Hollywood Chaminade.
There's no need to worry about the Cowboys forgetting that debacle -- the score is plastered everywhere in the players' locker room and weight room.
Hayes says he grew up a fan of the Seminoles and that FSU headlines his list of favorites at this moment. He also said there's a chance he will attend FSU's summer camp --he attended the Central Florida and FCA camps last summer.
Florida State recruiting coordinator John Lilly has a plan in place where Seminole coaches can visit each high school in the state of Florida.
An obvious stop within the next two weeks will be Madison County.