Nearly six months after winning New York’s Class AA high school football state championship, New Rochelle High School’s football players finally got their rings Thursday. The team’s coaches held a “Parade of Rings” to deliver rings to every player around the community that was one of the first hotspots for the coronavirus.
They won a state title despite the controversial suspension of their beloved coach. Today New Rochelle HS football team received their championship rings during a pandemic. pic.twitter.com/KJz10mKC0E— Marcus Solis (@MarcusSolis7) May 21, 2020