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Varsity Schedule

Opponent Date Time Location Details Result Score
vs.
Mandarin
Mandarin Details Loss 7-19
vs.
Bishop Moore
Bishop Moore View Recap Other 20-13
vs.
University Christian
University Christian Details Win 47-7
vs.
New Hampstead HS
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Win 43-34
vs.
Rockledge
Rockledge Details Loss 24-27
vs.
Trinity Christian
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Loss 13-41
vs.
Westside
Westside Details Win 28-0
vs.
Ridge Community
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Win 35-7
vs.
Homecoming, Bishop Kenny
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Win 31-28
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Senior Night, Terry Parker
Bolles- San Jose Campus Details Win 56-12
vs.
Ponte Vedra
Ponte Vedra Details Loss 13-41
vs.
Columbia
Columbia Details Loss 19-34
Play off round one v. West Florida
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Details Win 30-27
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Godby
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Gene Cox Stadium Details Win 32-27
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Region Final, Trinity Christian
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Trinity Christian Details Loss 7-34

JV Schedule

Opponent Date Time Location Details Result Score
vs.
Bishop Kenny
Bishop Kenny Details Win 54-14

Middle School Schedule

Opponent Date Time Location Advantage Details Result Score
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Callahan Middle
Bolles- Bartram Campus Home Details
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St. Marys Middle
Bolles- Bartram Campus Home Details
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Christ's Church Academy
Away Details
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Yulee Middle
Away Details
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Providence
Bolles- Bartram Campus Home Details
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Camden County Middle
Away Details
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Fernandina Beach Middle
Bolles- Bartram Campus Home Details

Varsity Roster

2018 Football Team
# Name Position Grade
1 Bryson Kirksey DB 12
2 Kel McCloud RB 12
3 Kenny Samuels RB 11
4 Cooper Sullivan RB 12
5 Wale Onasanya RB 12
6 Connor Smith RB/DB 12
7 Chris Sanders WR 12
8 Jack Munoz S 12
9 Oliver Wilson LB 12
10 Kyle Coffindaffer LB 12
12 Ben Netting QB 11
13 Jakie Judge QB 9
15 Steele Jefferies QB 11
16 Kurt Greiner QB 10
17 Jack Brady P/K/QB 12
18 Jeremiah Johnson QB 11
20 Patric Menk RB 9
21 Tanner Zellem QB 9
22 C.J. Grimes DB 12
25 Myles Johnson RB 9
26 Will Netting DB 11
27 Brett Stambaugh RB 10
28 Kyle Brennock RB 9
29 Taiwo Sogbesan DB 11
30 Anthony Saleeba RB/DB 9
32 Mack Marrone LB 10
33 Luke Selmont DB 11
34 Andre Parker RB 11
35 Christopher Commander LB 11
36 Kevin Campos LB 11
40 Xiao Del Olmo Rudilla DB 9
41 Sam Boyd K 10
42 Simon Brackin LB 11
43 Caden Flowers RB 11
44 Colson Cronk DB 11
46 Avery Epstein DB 10
48 Parsa Pordeli K 10
49 Jack Pyburn LB 9
50 Chase Lytle DL 10
51 Reese Skinner OL 10
53 Reed Collins DL 9
54 JT Jameson OL 11
55 Michael Jubran OL 12
56 Ford Milne DL 10
57 Caleb Cohill DL 11
58 J.J. Rodriguez LB 12
59 David Adewale DL 10
60 Brantley DeWitt OL 12
63 John Mann OL 10
65 Pearson Toomey OL 12
66 Sam Levin OL 11
68 Jimmy Dedmon DL 10
70 Cam Neal OL 10
71 Miller Lockwood OL 9
74 Luke Piatt OL 12
76 Elias Batten DL 11
81 Graham Moore WR 9
82 Luke Cashwell WR 9
84 Patrick Green WR 9
86 Justin Cayenne TE 10
93 Marshall Gainer LB 11

Coaching Staff

Wayne BelgerWayne Belger
Head Coach
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After coaching with Corky Rogers at Bolles for more than 28 years, Offensive Coordinator Wayne Belger is ready to take on the lead role as Head Football Coach for the Bolles Bulldogs in 2017. "I am excited and looking forward to it. I know we can keep the program Corky started going strong," stated Belger. "We are going to keep everything the same as we can, keep up the hard work and see the pay off on the field."

Belger joined the Bolles staff in 1989 and began his coaching career in 1977. Belger has been instrumental in helping lead the Bulldogs to 10 of the program's 11 state championships. Belger directs the Bulldogs' offense. Prior to Bolles, Belger coached football at his alma mater, Robert E. Lee High School.

While a student at Lee, Belger played quarterback on the first Generals football squad coached by Rogers. Belger then attended Gardner-Webb College (now University), graduating with a bachelor's degree in health and physical education.

He and his wife, Linda, have two sons, Matthew '00 and Mitchell '03. Both Matthew and Mitchell played football at Bolles, with Matthew a member of the 1998 state championship team and Mitchell a member of the Bulldogs' 2002 state championship squad. Matthew played football at Wofford College. Mitchell attended the United States Air Force Academy and played on the Falcons' football squad.


Mike BarrettMike Barrett
Assistant Coach

Mike Barrett has served as defensive coordinator on the Bolles football coaching staff since 1975, helping the Bulldogs to all 11 of the program's state titles, six state runner-up finishes, nine sectional championships, 15 regional championships and 32 district championships. Barrett has also served as the head coach of the Bolles weightlifting team.

In 1984 and 1985, Barrett became of part of the Jacksonville Bulls' of the United States Football League, serving as strength coach and assistant linebacker coach.

Barrett came to Bolles after coaching in Cincinnati for five years. He graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a bachelor's degree in physical education and started for three years as a linebacker on the Bearcats' football team. As a senior, Barrett earned Cincinnati's Brig Owens Award as the team's most outstanding defensive back. Barrett also earned a master's degree in guidance.

Barrett attended Maynard High School in Massachusetts , where he played running back, linebacker, and kicker on the football team as well as forward on the basketball team and catcher on the school's baseball team. His son Kevin is a 1991 graduate of Bolles and was a member of the Bulldogs' 1990 state title squad. Kevin went on to play football at Brown University and is currently working as a neurologist in Jacksonville.


Rich ThomannRich Thomann
Assistant Coach

Rich Thomann joined the Bolles football coaching staff in 1998 and has been a part of seven of the Bulldogs' state championship titles, coaching the linebackers. Thomann's coaching experience also includes the Canadian Football League and at the collegiate level.

Thomann played collegiate football for one of the most storied programs in history, starting 21 straight games as an outside linebacker for Notre Dame. As a senior, Thomann was selected to play in the North versus South College All-Star game. He earned a bachelor of business administration in management from Notre Dame. Thomann played football professionally with the Jacksonville Sharks and Jacksonville Express.

Thomann played guard and linebacker for the Archbishop Hoban High School football team in Akron, Ohio, and was named to the school's Hall of Fame. He and his wife, Linda, have three daughters: Kaley, Shawn, and Erin.


Allan LeavittAllan Leavitt
Assistant Coach

Allan Leavitt joined the Bolles football staff in 2001, providing considerable expertise to the kicking game. A fourth-round draft pick on the Atlanta Falcons in 1977, Leavitt played three seasons in the NFL, also with the Giants and Buccaneers. He was a four-year letter winner at the University of Georgia, earning All-America and All-Southeastern Conference honors as a senior. Leavitt currently is tied for second in the UGA record book for most field goals over 50 yards in a career (6), second in career point-after attempts (PAT) made with 125, and ties with several Bulldog kickers at the top of the PAT percentage list going perfect in the 1973 and 1975 seasons. He also is tied for third on the Bulldogs' longest field goal list with a 58-yarder versus Vanderbilt in 1976.

Prior to Georgia, Leavitt attended Hernando High School in Brooksville, Florida.

He and his wife, Gail, have two sons: Caleb '01, a kicker as well during his Bolles career, and Gabe.


Kevin FaganKevin Fagan
Assistant Coach

Kevin Fagan returned to Bolles in the spring of 2007, having served on the School staff from 1991-93 and coaching football and wrestling. Fagan serves as an assistant coach with the football, wrestling, and weightlifting teams. In addition to his coaching duties, Fagan serves as driver education instructor at Bolles.

Prior to returning to Bolles, Fagan worked in pharmaceutical and medical sales recruitment for The BioPointe Consulting Group.

From 1993-2005, Fagan served on the Nease High School staff, coaching football, wrestling, baseball, and golf. In his four seasons as head baseball coach, he guided the Panthers to two district titles.

Fagan is a graduate of the University of North Florida. A Jacksonville native, he attended Forrest High School where he participated in football, wrestling, and baseball.

Fagan and his wife, Jennie, have two sons: Cody and K.J.


Chris MaloneChris Malone
Assistant Coach
Lance PicardLance Picard
Assistant Coach
Waylon CoxWaylon Cox '08
Assistant Coach
Additional Coaches: Clay Grimes, Lance Day '08
Film Specialist: Chuck O'Lessker

Middle School Coaches

Head Coach: Tom Collins
Assistant Coaches: Tom Hopkins, Matt Denmark, Joey Hudson, Art Mosley

Bulldog Radio

The Bolles varsity football broadcasts can be heard on 1010XL AM, as well as on the internet from the 1010XL website. Download the 1010XL app to listen on your mobile device as well. Game broadcasts begin 10 minutes prior to each game and continue through 10 minutes after the game.

Bulldogs in College

The following list is an ongoing effort to recognize Bolles alumni who participated in football at the collegiate level. To include as comprehensive listing as possible, please let the School know if you or anyone you know should be listed via email. Please list the alumnus' name, year of graduation from Bolles, and college or university attended.

Name Year College
Orlando Heggs 2018 Wake Forest University
Josiah Johnson 2018 University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Nick Lewis 2018 University of Kentucky
Isaiah Morris 2018 United States Military Academy Prep School
Rushton Roberts 2018 Colorado State University
Mason Yost 2018 Liberty University
Forrest Andrews 2017 Walsh University
Jamie Brophy 2017 Ave Maria University
Mac Jones 2017 University of Alabama
Jack Lundgren 2017 US Naval Academy
Cody Mercer 2017 Air Force Academy Prep School
Justin Mitchell 2017 Harvard University
Brendan O’Neil 2017 Bowdoin College
E.J. Porter 2017 Coastal Carolina University
Ahman Ross 2017 Florida Atlantic University
Amari Terry 2017 Air Force Academy Prep School
Vashon Watson 2017 Ave Maria University
Zac Crosby 2016 University of South Alabama
T.J. Floyd 2016 Princeton University
Jordan Jackson 2016 Air Force Academy 
Kyle Johnson 2016 Air Force Academy
Joe King 2016 U.S. Military Academy 
Will Mitchell 2016 Middle Tennessee State University
Kevin Ackerman 2015 Georgia Southern University
Christian Bermudez 2015 Georgetown University
Joe Edden 2015 Berry College
Alex Lucansky 2015 Stony Brook University
Trenton McGhee 2015 Florida International University
Tyrell Moorer 2015 Georgia Southern University
Cameron Smith 2015 Florida Institute of Technology
Jeremiah Theus 2015 Georgia Southern University
Stokes Rowe 2014 Carson-Newman University
Kian Schoenborn 2014 Texas State University
Arterrious Mitchell 2013 Mercer University
Colby Peters 2013 Jacksonville University
Jordan Smalenski 2013 Jacksonville University
Brooks Abbott 2012 Virginia Tech
Jon Heck 2012 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Milton Revell II 2012 Mercyhurst College
Max Tejada 2012 Towson University
John Theus 2012 University of Georgia
Luke Viering 2012 Trinity College
Taylor Betros 2011 Cornell University
Matt Chaney 2011 Florida Atlantic University
David Frechette 2011 US Naval Academy
Jamil Murray 2011 University of Southern Mississippi
Tyler Scott 2011 Presbyterian College
Nathan Theus 2011 University of Georgia
Brent Benedict 2010 University of Georgia/Virginia Tech
Desmond Cooper 2010 Wake Forest University
Jordan Garside 2010 Wake Forest University
Dylan Gidado 2010 The Citadel
Jay Herndon 2010 University of Arkansas
Jawan Jamison 2010 Rutgers University
Jacob Stenson 2010 The Citadel
Matt Barnes 2009 Jacksonville University
Stephen Barnett II 2009 Tulane University
Mason Johnston 2009 Vanderbilt University
Aaron Riley 2009 Furman University
Davis Skinner 2009 Wheaton College
Cade Warren 2009 Furman University
Alex Wulfeck 2009 Wake Forest University/Notre Dame
Scott Betros 2008 Wake Forest University
Waylon Cox 2008 Jacksonville University
Garrett Faircloth 2008 Florida State University
Garrett Freeman 2008 Georgia Tech
Brian Nath 2008 Mars Hill College
Matt Skinner 2008 Clemson University
Mikey Triglia 2008 University of South Carolina
Ash Weekly 2008 Central Florida
Michael Bonavita 2007 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Andre Byrd 2007 United States Naval Academy
Cole Doolittle 2007 Jacksonville State University
Randy Hardin 2007 University of Southern Mississippi
Tray Herndon 2007 University of Minnesota
Chris Jones 2007 University of Florida
Richie King 2007 University of Southern Mississippi
Chance Raines 2007 Wake Forest University
Grant Sieron 2007 Princeton University
Ryan van Rensburg 2007 Vanderbilt University
Sam Viering 2007 Trinity College
Shaun Chapas 2006 University of Georgia
Michael Garcia 2006 Vanderbilt University
Cannon Gaskin 2006 Wake Forest University
Dean Lisante 2006 United States Military Academy at West Point
Conrad Lynch 2006 Auburn University
Donald Manns 2006 Liberty University
John Milne 2006 University of Pennsylvania
Jon Soto 2006 Samford University
Max Higgs 2005 Presbyterian College
Andrew Nelson 2005 The University of Central Florida
Colin Peek 2005 Georgia Tech
Rocky Ross 2005 University of Central Florida
John Russell 2005 Wake Forest University
Riley Skinner 2005 Wake Forest University
Shaun van Rensburg 2005 Furman University
Nathaniel Wallace 2005 Presbyterian College
Daniel Zvara 2005 Bucknell University
Stephen Chicola 2004 Middle Tennessee State University
Bryan Hassel 2004 Samford University
Cody Hasslet 2004 Rhodes College
Harry Kenning 2004 University of Pennsylvania
Keith Lisante 2004 United States Naval Academy
Jon Sofge 2004 Lambuth University
Clint Sovie 2004 United States Naval Academy
Mitchell Belger 2003 Air Force Academy
John Frady 2003 Florida State University
Justin Glover 2003 University of Tennessee at Martin
Austin Holmes 2003 Furman University
Kyle Horne 2003 Wofford College
Ryan Hotchkiss 2003 Florida State University
Mark Lisante 2003 University of Miami
Brandon Sharp 2003 University of Louisville
Stephan Toth 2003 Towson University
Kyle Wagner 2003 Northwestern University
Chris Campbell 2002 Bowling Green State University
Stephan Drewniany 2002 East Carolina University
Jeremy Seguin 2001 University of Louisville
Jason Spitz 2001 University of Louisville
Caleb Leavitt 2001 University of South Florida
Scott Lakey 2001 Air Force
Matt Terry 2001 Southern Methodist University
Brandon Howard 2001 East Carolina University
Todd McCollough 2001 University of Florida
Larry Peoples 2001 University of Central Florida
Michael Dineen 2001 Southern Methodist University
Deon McPhee 2001 University of Connecticut
Antoine Sharp 2001 University of Florida
Lloyd Regas 2001 United States Naval Academy
David Mullins 2001 University of South Florida
Jeremy Baker 2000 Rutgers University
Matt Belger 2000 Wofford College
Mark Dorsey 2000 University of Virginia
Benson Hawkins 2000 Rutgers University
Travis Hodge 2000 The Citadel
Lockwood Holmes 2000 Furman University
Jonathan Jackson 2000 Georgia Tech
George Pilcher 2000 Princeton University
Travis Thurmond 2000 United States Air Force Academy
Hawk Younkins 2000 University of Idaho
Drew Berquist 1999 University of Michigan
Eugene Reese 1999 United States Naval Academy
Travis Carroll 1997 University of Florida
Mark Deorio 1997 Wake Forest University
Charron Dorsey 1997 Florida State University
Tom Hillard 1997 University of Florida
Sam Matthews 1997 University of Alabama
Chris Rier 1997 University of Alabama
Antonio Roundtree 1997 University of Louisville
Dez White 1997 Georgia Tech
Hamin Abdullah 1996 Princeton University
Bret Catto 1996 Lenoir Ryhne College
Gerry Giurato 1996 Princeton University
Kyle Ryan 1996 Rhodes College
Eric Joseph 1995 University of Richmond
Jeff Lipp 1995 University of Mississippi
Leed Silverfield 1995 Washington and Lee University
Matt Deorio 1994 Duke University
Mike Grant 1994 University of Central Florida
Alex Liesegang 1994 Harvard University
Art Link 1994 University of Florida
Jon Spicklemier 1994 University of Notre Dame
Brandon Catto 1993 Michigan State University
Matt Berquist 1993 Holy Cross
Brian Jones 1993 University of Georgia
Calvin Adkins 1992 The Citadel
Brooks Fleming 1992 Brown University
Butler Ball 1992 Washington and Lee University
Kyle Kirkeide 1992 University of Virginia
Kevin Barrett 1991 Brown University
Jermyn Shannon 1991 Ohio Wesleyan University
Andy Mims 1991 Princeton University
Bailey Leutgert 1990 Duke University
Thad Gulliford 1989 Elon
Randy Gardner 1989 Duke University
Kevin Kirkeide 1988 University of Miami
Charlie Martin 1988 Georgia Tech
Michael Hughes 1987 Hampden-Sydney College
Clint Avret 1987 Georgia Southern University
Chris Commander 1987 Washington & Lee
Joe Haygood 1987 Troy State University
Andy Newman 1987 University of Florida
Kirk Robinson 1987 University of Florida
Jay Stokes 1987 University of Southern Mississippi
Russell Crosby 1986 Washington and Lee
E.A. Grosz 1986 Georgia Tech
Tripp Gulliford 1986 Washington & Lee
John Newman 1986 Vanderbilt University
Fernando Acosta-Rua 1985 University of Florida
Clarkston Hines 1985 Duke University
David Surface 1985 Washington & Lee
Rick Wilkins 1985 Furman University
Terrance Laster 1984 Duke University
Dwayne Terry 1984 Duke University
Barry Barco 1983 Florida State Univ.
Troy Douglas 1983 Appalachian State University
Jeff Mons 1983 Georgia Tech
David Treadwell 1983 Clemson
Todd Solomon 1982 United States Naval Academy
Bill Erwin 1980 Tulane
Mike Burnett 1980 Tulane
Mike Motley 1980 Newberry College
Mark Alexander 1978 Austin Peay State University
David Dent 1977 U.S. Naval Academy
Bill Lynch 1977 Furman University
Mike Fisher 1976 University of Georgia
Gordon Terry 1976 University of Georgia
    Northern Arizona University

Corky Rogers

Corky RogersLegendary high school football coach Charles "Corky" Rogers capped a 45-year career following the 2016 season that produced the most wins, state titles, championship game appearances, Hall of Fame inductions and collegiate players of any coach in Florida. Rogers' impact on the game and more importantly, the young men he has guided, is peerless.

In 2011, Rogers became just the eighth coach in the history of high school football to reach 400 wins. Rogers also holds the state record for state titles won among coaches with 10 and playoff victories with 83. He led the Bulldogs to a state-record 17th state final appearance in 2016.

"I am most proud of being a head coach for more than 44 years and I never had a losing season. If you have a good, solid program, you are going to have a successful team," Rogers reflected. Always humble, Rogers never takes credit for his achievements. He works hard and sets the example and his players do the same for him. "As hard as these kids work, when they finish this program they should feel like they can do anything in life. The work ethic and character they develop here last a lifetime."

If someone tracked Hall of Fame inductions, Rogers would likely hold that record as well. He is a member of the National High School Hall of Fame (2015), Florida Sports Hall of Fame (2013), Robert E. Lee High School Alumni Association Hall of Fame (2013), Gator Bowl Hall of Fame (2012), Florida High School Athletic Hall of Fame (2005) and Florida Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame (2002). Rogers has earned numerous coach-of-the-year honors at the state level and was named National High School Football Coach of the Year for 2004-05 by the National High School Coaches Association.
Career Record

466-85-1 (1972-2016)
325-46 at Bolles (1989-2016)
141-39-1 at Lee High School (1972-88)
10 State Championships

Career Milestones
  • Became the eighth coach in the history of high school football throughout the nation to reach 400 wins
  • Named National High School Football Coach of the Year for 2004-05 by the National High School Coaches Association
  • Most wins, state titles, and playoff victories among high school football coaches in Florida history
  • National High School Hall of Fame (2015)
  • Florida Sports Hall of Fame (2013)
  • Robert E. Lee High School Alumni Association Hall of Fame (2013)
  • Gator Bowl Hall of Fame (2012)
  • Florida High School Athletic Hall of Fame (2005)
  • Florida Athletic Coaches Association (FACA) Hall of Fame (2002)
  • FACA Life Membership Award for outstanding contribution to high school athletics and the coaching profession
  • USA Head Coach for NFL Global Junior Championships (2005)
  • Sunshine Network Coach of the Year (2002)
  • FACA-Dairy Farmers Football Coach of the Year (2002, 2004, 2006, 2008)
  • Nominated for NFL High School Coach of the Year (2002)
  • Head Coach of the North-South All-Star Football Classic (1990)


Rogers led the Bolles program since 1989, following 17 years at his alma mater, Robert E. Lee, where he coached the Generals to playoff appearances in 10 straight seasons. An impressive number of Rogers-coached athletes went on to play at the collegiate level, including 156 at Bolles. He has also had 11 former players in the NFL.

The 2008 and 2009 seasons at Bolles produced the first back-to-back state titles in program history. The 2004-05 academic year proved to be one of the most significant in Rogers' coaching career as he guided the Bulldogs to the School's seventh state title in football, became the all-time leader in wins among Florida high school football coaches, was inducted into the Florida High School Athletic Hall of Fame, and was named National High School Football Coach of the Year by the National High School Coaches Association. He also shared in the Bolles Athletic Program being selected the ninth best overall program in the nation by Sports Illustrated and the 2005 football squad being named one of the top 25 teams to watch in the nation by Street & Smith's.

Rogers and his wife Linda have been invaluable members of the Bolles community, also as past Bolles parents and grandparents. The Bolles community honored Rogers along with his family following the 2017 spring football game in May.