The Cocoa Tigers defeated the Melbourne Central Catholic Hustlers 56-43 in the 5A District 7 Championship. The Tigers host round one of the playoffs on Thursday, February 21.
After all the preparation and hard work of training camp and practices, the start of the inaugural season of The Alliance of American Football — is little more than just hours away.
Rarely does a coach or player taking over for a legend at any sport succeed.
Brevard County’s football powerhouse, the Cocoa Tigers, have been invited to play with the rest of the nation’s powerhouses in the second annual Freedom Bowl this coming Labor Day Weekend (Aug 29-31) in Milton, Georgia.
There was a little something for every football fan this season on Brevard County football fields. Teams and players turned in performances that are usually only reserved for the popular EA Sports video game John Madden Football.
The Raines Vikings defeated the Cocoa Tigers for the second straight year on Thursday night at camping World Stadium to capture the FHSAA Class 4A state championship.
For 13 seasons under former head coach John Wilkinson, no other team dominated the way the Tigers did as Cocoa won 144 games losing just 25.
Former Cocoa Tiger standout and Florida Gator defensive back Chauncey Gardner-Johnson is foregoing his senior season in Gainesville and announced via Twitter on Monday afternoon that he is declaring for the NFL draft in April.
The Cocoa Tigers will look to clinch a spot in the State Semifinals on Friday when they host Bishop Verot tonight at 7:30 p.m.
The Cocoa Tigers travel to Daytona Beach to take on the Mainland Buccaneers. On the call is Alan Zlotorzynski and Chris Bonanno.
If you missed the Viera Hawks and Cocoa Tigers shootout on Friday night, the good news is you can watch the replay right here on Space Coast Daily.
The Cocoa Tigers had a tremendous 2017 season by making it to the 4A state championship for the second year in a row.
The Brevard County School Board voted unanimously on Thursday evening to name the Cocoa Tigers football stadium after legendary educator, politician, and coach, Dick Blake.
Cocoa High School named former UCF Knight quarterback Ryan Schneider their new head football coach.