Being one of the most dominant programs in the country, the St. Thomas Aquinas Raiders get the best shot from every team that they face off with. They first met with the Ft. Lauderdale Flying L’s in 2015, and have a 6-0 record in the series, playing each year until 2019. After two years off, the teams are meeting on the gridiron for the seventh time, and it is sure to be a battle. Even with the lopsided record, the game does not mean any less to Ft. Lauderdale, and they are sure to be fired up for this matchup as they aim to upset the preseason number 5 team in the country, and St. Thomas Aquinas hopes to prove to everyone why they are so highly ranked.




Champ Harris
St. Thomas Aquinas


Ethan Shawn

St. Thomas Aquinas

Ethan is a wide receiver for the Raider football team and currently holds a 4.9 GPA. He is a member of the National Honor Society, National Athletic Honor Society, and the College Board National Hispanic Recognition Award. He plans to play football in college but has not chosen a school yet.
Jeremy Francis

Fort Lauderdale

Jeremy has been a shining example of a true student athlete, shining on the gridiron, the track in the classroom. A couches dream, Jeremy leads by example and a quiet demeanor. A true shining example of what a student athlete should be and represent. Proud that Jeremy is a Flying L.


The Raiders opened up the game scoring a TD with 8:45 left in the 1st. After an 80 yd interception, the St. Thomas Aquinas Raiders doubled the score to 14-0. The Flying L’s reciprocated with a huge run to the house bringing the score to 14-7 with just under 5 minutes left in the first quarter. Another 2 TD’s from the Raiders sent the game into halftime 28-7. In the 3rd quarter, St. Thomas Aquinas scored again 35-7. The Flying L’s put another TD on the board, but dominating in the second half, the Raiders secured the win with a final score of 49-13.