NAPLES, Fla. (BVM) – Community School of Naples football is back and looking for its seventh winning season during head coach Paul Selvidio’s tenure. The Seahawks are also working towards making a deep run in the postseason.
Last season, CSN was facing Northside Christian in the FHSAA Class 2A regional semifinals and were up 21-0. However, the Mustangs mounted a massive comeback to win 32-27. The loss gave the Seahawks an 8-3 record for the season. It also showed everyone that CSN could replicate the success they had in 2020. That season, CSN went 9-2 and made it all the way to the regional finals before falling to eventual state champions Champagnat Catholic.
The Seahawks under Selvidio have become a strong program that has proven it can replicate success year after year. This year has been no different even though the Seahawks lost starting running back Mathew Wiley, wide receiver Conor Hayes and Jacob Baer on the defensive side, just to name a few.
Luckily for CSN, there was a lot of young talent on the roster including the team’s leader in sacks, Tariq Morame, who had 12 sacks last year as a junior. He was second-team all-state for his efforts. They also returned the team’s leader in interceptions, Chase Atterbury.
The returning players on defense have made their presence known and the Seahawks defense has held teams to low scores. CSN is once again one of the top teams in the entire state of Florida in its division.
With the team clicking and the veteran leadership needed for a postseason run, CSN is looking for another deep postseason run.
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