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TARPON SPRINGS, Fla. — East Lake High is ready for the playoffs.“Ever since January, we kind of knew what this group had, but no one really noticed, no one on the outside noticed, no one really believed in us,” offensive lineman Austin Huff said.They proved doubters wrong. At 9-1, the Eagles enter the playoffs with the No. 1 seeding in Class 4-M, District 6.That is a position the Eagles, especially senior Jake Bechtel, are not taking lightly.He’s back on the field after an injury in fall ca...
TARPON SPRINGS, Fla. — East Lake High is ready for the playoffs.
“Ever since January, we kind of knew what this group had, but no one really noticed, no one on the outside noticed, no one really believed in us,” offensive lineman Austin Huff said.
They proved doubters wrong. At 9-1, the Eagles enter the playoffs with the No. 1 seeding in Class 4-M, District 6.
That is a position the Eagles, especially senior Jake Bechtel, are not taking lightly.
He’s back on the field after an injury in fall camp derailed his season.
“Every day they go hard for me, I go hard for them, I just love it, I just love being back out here,” Bechtel said.
When the Eagles lost their starting quarterback, it was tough. Linebacker Caleb Coburn had to step in.
Coach Bob Hudson said it took some adjusting.
“It was a transition, hats off to our coaching staff, because Jake got hurt in fall camp, so we had to transition quickly,” Hudson said.
The entire team rose to the challenge.
“When Jake was officially shut down, we were just so old as a team, mature as a team that when Caleb came in, we knew we had to tweak some stuff with their play styles, but at the end of the day, we were mature enough that we knew we were going to listen to our coaches, trust the process and make plays regardless,” Huff said.
After dropping their first game, they won nine straight. Bechtel may have been sidelined, but he was still involved in every game.
“You know, just keep myself going, make sure I’m out here every day, I made sure every day I’m out here, helping my teammates out, helping Caleb out,” Bechtel said.
Being a linebacker, Coburn knew how to read defenses. With the help of Bechtel and the coaching staff, he adjusted quickly.
“It was actually easier than you might think because I know how to read a defense,” Coburn reflected.
He’s helped East Lake average 43 points a game on offense, while on defense allowing an average of 21. And now, the Eagles have two talented quarterbacks in the mix.
Their offense is multidimensional.
Senior Luke Yoder, the son of former Tampa Bay Buc Todd Yoder, has rushed for over 1,200 yards with 20 total touchdowns.
“This year we’ve been kind of looked at as underdogs, so I think that’s played a big role into us," Yoder said. "We’ve come together as brothers and just been able to play well together. We’ve had some injuries that hurt us, but we’ve been able to overcome those and just get things done.”
Hudson is in his 20th season as East Lake’s head coach. He said the best way to describe this team is tough and resilient. But the players credit their success to him.
“Coach Hudson is a great coach, never been around a coach I’ve respected and wanted to be around more,” Huff said.
The team’s response to adversity has given them confidence they can contend with anyone.
OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. — East Lake Tohopekaliga appears to have peaked Thursday, according to the South Florida Water Management District.What You Need To KnowState water managers reported that rising levels have stalled with a sign of gradual recession in East Lake Toho. Also, the rise of Lake Tohopekaliga appears to be slowing down, they said.SFWMD will continue to monitor levels closely to determine when the western lake has reached its peak.Osceola County, the cities of Kissimmee and St. Cloud and...
OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. — East Lake Tohopekaliga appears to have peaked Thursday, according to the South Florida Water Management District.
State water managers reported that rising levels have stalled with a sign of gradual recession in East Lake Toho. Also, the rise of Lake Tohopekaliga appears to be slowing down, they said.
SFWMD will continue to monitor levels closely to determine when the western lake has reached its peak.
Osceola County, the cities of Kissimmee and St. Cloud and SFWMD are continuing to work in partnership to reduce flows of water into the regional lake system and provide relief to affected communities. Other regional lakes, including Lake Mary Jane and Lake Hart in Orange, appear to have reached their peak, meaning that SFWMD can continue to move water out of those lake systems to lower lake levels.
To further lower lake levels, additional high-volume pumps are being used at strategic locations, with more pumps being staged and prepared for operation.
Residents are still urged to avoid floodwaters and pay attention to local alerts from Emergency Management. Officials encourage boaters to exercise caution when navigating waterways and avoid creating a wake that could affect homes and businesses.
Flood At-Risk Mapping Updated Online
Osceola County continues to update an interactive map to provide a visual reference for residents to identify areas bordering, or close to, both East Lake Toho and Lake Toho that rising lake levels may affect. The map identifies any area at or below the elevation where lakes may reach and does not reflect any guarantee that such areas would see flood waters. Officials ask residents to review the map and take any necessary action to keep themselves, families, and property safe as water levels continue to be monitored.
Safety Precautions and Reminders
Two shelters are operating in the County, both at Osceola Heritage Park.
Sandbag operations continue until tomorrow, Friday, October 7:
Boil Water Alerts
The Florida Department of Health’s Osceola County office has issued several boil water alerts which are available online here.
All boat ramps operated by Osceola County will remain closed until further notice. Please contact 407-742-8653 for further information.
During Thursday meetings with South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD), the water managers said water rise on East Lake Tohopekaliga in St. Cloud appears to have peaked, and that the rise of Lake Tohopekaliga in Kissimmee appears to be slowing down as well.SFWMD said lake levels at Lake Mary Jane and Lake Hart in Orange County appear to have reached their peak, meaning that SFWMD can continue to move water out of those lake systems to lower lake levels without adversely affecting lake levels in Osceola. Additionally, high-volum...
During Thursday meetings with South Florida Water Management District (SFWMD), the water managers said water rise on East Lake Tohopekaliga in St. Cloud appears to have peaked, and that the rise of Lake Tohopekaliga in Kissimmee appears to be slowing down as well.
SFWMD said lake levels at Lake Mary Jane and Lake Hart in Orange County appear to have reached their peak, meaning that SFWMD can continue to move water out of those lake systems to lower lake levels without adversely affecting lake levels in Osceola. Additionally, high-volume pumps are deployed at strategic locations in Osceola County, with more pumps being staged and prepared for operation in order to provide relief to impacted communities.
Residents are still urged to avoid floodwaters and pay attention to local alerts from Emergency Management. Boaters are encouraged to exercise caution when navigating waterways and avoid creating a wake that could impact homes and businesses.
The County also has updated its interactive map for those who may be affected by rising lake levels. The updated version is available here.
Boil water notices: The Florida Department of Health in Osceola County issued Precautionary Boil Water Notices this week due to possible contamination or loss of pressure. Here is a list:
October 3, 2022
Boil Water Notice - Shady Oaks Mobile Home Park, 2400 Old Vineland Road, Kissimmee, Florida
Boil Water Notice - Mocking Bird Mobile Home Park, 2385 Old Vineland Road, Kissimmee, Florida
Boil Water Notice - 5624 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Intercession City, Florida
October 4, 2022
Boil Water Notice - 2250 Missouri Avenue, Kissimmee, Florida
Boil Water Notice - 4235-4245 Cypress Drive, St. Cloud, Florida
Boil Water Notice - 5311 Carson Street, St Cloud, Florida
Boil Water Notice - 4104 Foxtail Court, Kissimmee, Florida
Boil Water Notice - 5670 S Orange Blossom Trail, Kissimmee, Florida
October 5, 2022
Boil Water Notice -155 Williams Road, Kenansville, Florida
Boil Water Notice - 2600 W. Southport Road, Kissimmee, Florida
Boil Water Notice - 925 South Bass Road, Kissimmee, Florida
The City of St. Cloud provided a broad overview of flooding mitigation efforts on Wednesday afternoon:State Rep. Fred Hawkins and County Commissioner Ricky Booth met with City Manager Veronica Miller, Mayor Nathan Blackwell and other leaders at the city's Emergency Operations Center, and received an update.Lake Levels: East Lake Toho is expected to crest around 61 feet by Friday; it’s currently at 60.9 feet. City officials and the South Florida Water Management District to monitoring the lake levels with ...
The City of St. Cloud provided a broad overview of flooding mitigation efforts on Wednesday afternoon:
State Rep. Fred Hawkins and County Commissioner Ricky Booth met with City Manager Veronica Miller, Mayor Nathan Blackwell and other leaders at the city's Emergency Operations Center, and received an update.
Lake Levels: East Lake Toho is expected to crest around 61 feet by Friday; it’s currently at 60.9 feet. City officials and the South Florida Water Management District to monitoring the lake levels with cautious optimism that the lake level will stabilize over the next few days.
More than 4,000 addresses of residents who live in floodplain areas that they may be impacted by flood waters have been notified, because East Lake Toho is above flood stage. The current dry weather is helping (only a small chance of rain is forecast through Sunday). Despite the outstanding weather, public boat ramps remain closed, and boaters are asked to stay off the lakes for the time being. Pumps and other structures are now under the surface of the water and pose a hazard.
Solid Waste: The City now has five clam trucks collecting storm debris. As of this Wednesday morning, an incredible 81 tons of yard debris have been collection since the storm. The city is not been charging to remove vegetative storm debris, and will continue cleaning it up without billing residents. Teams have focused on collecting tree debris in floodplain areas. Crews will be getting to every street in the city. There have been a few reports of yard debris being placed under power lines and against mailboxes. Clam trucks cannot pick up items left under power lines for safety reasons, or pick up items next to mailboxes without damaging the mailboxes.
Wildlife: Keep in mind wildlife also is impacted by rising waters, increasing the likelihood of encountering alligators, snakes and other woodland wildlife. Nuisance alligators can be reported to Florida Fish and Wildlife at 866-FWC-GATOR (866-392-4286).
Flood Mitigation: In the Blackberry Creek area, water continues to recede as water's pumped from the area into Canal 31. Five high-volume pumps are running in the 2nd Street Ditch, diverting the water to Canal 31. These operations will allow water in the Blackberry Creek and Commerce Park area to drain.
At the Lakefront, crews built berms and are using sandbags to block off the ponds to prevent water from the lake from entering the ponds. High-volume pumps deployed there will pump water out of those ponds back into the lake. Lowering the water levels in the pond will give overflowing stormwater a place to drain, reducing the potential of street flooding should we get more rain.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the South Florida Water Management District continue to manage the water flow into and out of our area. Our neighbors to the north and south of us also are inundated with water from Hurricane Ian.
Commerce Center Drive (Old Canoe Creek to Blackberry) and Blackberry Creek Drive (Commerce Center to Creek Bed) remain closed to traffic.
Please do not wade into flood waters, and please be cautious, especially near lakes and other bodies of water.
TARPON SPRINGS, FLORIDA- 109 points. 1,113 total yards. 15 touchdowns. A 27-point come-from-behind victory.That’s just a little into the kind of numbers that came from Monday night’s stunning comeback victory by East Lake over Steinbrenner on Monday night. The Eagles needed every second, every minute of the second half half to accomplish the monumental comeback.What is really crazy behind the scenes for East Lake is they’re doing it with a senior linebacker-turned-quarterback in Caleb Coburn. ...
TARPON SPRINGS, FLORIDA- 109 points. 1,113 total yards. 15 touchdowns. A 27-point come-from-behind victory.
That’s just a little into the kind of numbers that came from Monday night’s stunning comeback victory by East Lake over Steinbrenner on Monday night. The Eagles needed every second, every minute of the second half half to accomplish the monumental comeback.
What is really crazy behind the scenes for East Lake is they’re doing it with a senior linebacker-turned-quarterback in Caleb Coburn. Coburn was the team’s leading tackler last season with 87 in 2021.
With senior quarterback Jake Bechtel still working his way back into the lineup from an injury, Coburn has still played some defense (32 tackles, five for loss, 1.5 sacks), but has put up some solid numbers nonetheless filling in.
Coburn on the season is 52-of-86 for 758 yards and nine touchdowns along with 467 on the ground and nine more scores. If you’re doing the counting there, he’s accumulated a staggering 1,225 yards of total combined offense and has had a hand in 18 touchdowns.
Monday’s wild come-from-behind victory was the eye opener for Coburn and the Eagles, who are now 5-1 heading into next Friday’s tilt against Sickles. Down 54-28 in the third period, the Eagles had time working against them and the odds were no better.
Multiple key fumble recoveries by East Lake in the second half bounced in its favor, contributing to fueling the Eagles’ comeback efforts. The final numbers for a few of the players is something straight out of a video game.
Coburn finished with a career-high 306 yards passing, completing 17-of-30 passes, five touchdowns and added 99 on the ground and two more scores. He accounted for seven touchdowns and just over 400 yards of offense and also made eight tackles on defense. Talk about a busy night on the field.
Wide receiver Brock Couch was Coburn’s main go-to-target with eight passes hauled in for 118 yards and four touchdowns. Let’s not forget about Steinbrenner in a losing effort as the Warriors put up some crazy statistics as well.
Steinbrenner quarterback Ty Robinson finished the game completing 22-of-33 passes for 383 yards and four touchdowns. Robinson for the season is 60-of-103 for 872 yards and 13 touchdowns.
Warriors’ wide receiver Demitrius Carter went off, catching 11 passes for 263 yards and and three touchdowns. Though the Warriors out-gained the Eagles 613-500, turnovers ended up plaguing Steinbrenner at the end.
We ask the question, is East Lake’s come-from-behind win over Steinbrenner the top comeback of the high school football season in Florida in 2022?
Andy Villamarzo can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @Andy_Villamarzo.