Brandon Boyce was the star for Ft. Lauderdale (Fla.) St. Thomas Aquinas last night, as he led a super charged Raider defense to yet another state championship. This time it was their eight and they did it in dominating fashion, shutting out Kissimmee Osceola 31-0.
”Boy, right now I am just so excited,” Boyce said. “We have been working so hard all year and this is the result. We are state champs.”
How good was Boyce last night? He was active from start to finish, mainly from his tackle position. He led the Raiders with nine tackles, 4.5 tackles for a loss and recorded a half sack on the night. Simply, Boyce was unblockable.
”This season I worked on my quickness and my hands and I think it showed out today.”
Boyce, 6-foot-0, 250-pounds, is committed to Duke and the Blue Devils got themselves a heck of a player.
”I love Duke, especially the atmosphere,” Boyce said. “Coach [David] has changed everything about that program and they are winning. There is a family feel up there more than anything. Plus, I can get a great education.”
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