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5 Miami-Dade/Broward Games To Keep An Eye On

As you have already watched the past four weeks, this season is going to be filled with marquee matchups that every fan will want to check out.

This week the big game in south Florida will be on Saturday night at Traz Powell Stadium when the No. 1 team in Florida, Miami Central (3-0), plays host to the No. 7 team locally, Fort Lauderdale Dillard (2-1).

While there has been a lot of talk about this game – from both sides – there is not denying the fact that the Rockets come in a huge favorites to stay unbeaten under first year head coach Jube Joseph.

The Rockets are loaded on both sides of the ball and have already shown that they are indeed a team that is ready for its ninth state title and fourth in a row.

For the Panthers and head coach Tyler Tate, a loss to No. 2 Hollywood Chaminade Madonna hurt, and although they have bounced back from that game, a win on Saturday night can change the entire program that still has No. 3 St. Thomas Aquinas left in the schedule. From an exposure standpoint, very few teams can say that they have played the No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 teams in the state like Dillard will do by season’s end!

FOR LAUDERDALE DILLARD PANTHERS

HEAD COACH: Tyler Tate

ROCK CREEK CHRISTIAN, MARYLAND, W 35-0

Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna, L 49-28

Miramar, W 35-7

9/24 – At Miami Central

9/30 – LAUDERDALE LAKE BOYD ANDERSON

10/7 – FORT LAUDERDALE ST. THOMAS AQUINAS

10/14 – At Plantation

10/22 – FORT LAUDERDALE

10/28 – At Tallahassee Lincoln

11/5 – POMPANO BEACH BLANCHE ELY

MIAMI CENTRAL ROCKETS

HEAD COACH: Jube Joseph

Bradenton IMG Academy, W 20-14

MIAMI BOOKER T. WASHINGTON, W 36-19

Miami Carol City, W 34-0

9/24 – FORT LAUDERDALE DILLARD

9/30 – At North Miami Beach

10/7 – At Miami Northwestern

10/14 – MIAMI NORLAND

10/28 – MIAMI MONSIGNOR PACE

Here are a four more contests to check out:

No. 3 Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (4-0) at Port St. Lucie Treasure Coast (1-3), South County Municipal Stadium, 7:00. The Raiders hit the road against one of the best 1-3 programs in Florida. One that has been more than tested and are very familiar with Miami-Dade and Broward competition, and while the Titans have high hopes, they have not played anyone remotely like St. Thomas Aquinas. This is solid road test for head coach Roger Harriott and his team, but depth and overall ability should separate these two teams quickly. Coach Irvin Jones and his team have beaten some quality opponents in the past.

No. 17 Miami Palmetto (1-3) at Vero Beach (4-0), Sebastian River High School, 7:00. Another Treasure Coast matchup for south Florida on the road. The Panthers had such high hopes of having a banner season, things have not started well with some crushing losses. Head Coach Mike Manasco and the Panthers know that their work will be cut out for them against the Indians and head coach Lenny Jankowski who have done very well against competition from the #305 and #954 throughout the years.

No. 18 Pompano Beach Blanche Ely (2-0) at No. 16 Coconut Creek (2-2), 7:00. The saddest part about this quality matchup is nobody will get to see it. We are living in times where a few bad apples can ruin everything, and with threatening calls made about this game, the two teams and game officials will be the only ones allowed in for a contest that both programs had looked forward to. Head Coach Johnnie Sloan and the Cougars have lost two straight and look to get back on the winning track – while head coach Mike Bailey and his football team look to make it three straight and continue to turn heads.

Windermere Prep (4-0) at Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest (3-1), 7:00. It’s not often that the Panthers can jump into the spotlight, but after wins against Fort Lauderdale NSU University School (30-7), Fort Lauderdale Archbishop McCarthy (30-14) and Delray American Heritage (27-13), the Panthers get a Top 5 game this week at home against a quality team. The Lakers storm south with four quality wins under their belt, outscoring the opposition, 176-40. But head coach Timothy Hibbs and his team is ready to make a statement against a quality opponent.

MORE GAMES TO WATCH
In addition to those five games, here is a list of other Miami-Dade and Broward games to watch today:

FRIDAY’S GAMES

BridgePrep Village Green (0-3) at Miami Westminster Christian (3-0), 4:00

Coral Springs (1-2) at Oakland Park Northeast (0-3), 7:00

Davie Western (2-1) at Coral Springs Taravella (0-3), 4:00

Doral Academy (3-1) at No. 20 Miami Southridge (2-2), 7:30

No. 13 Fort Lauderdale (3-0) at Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson (0-2), 7:00

No. 4 Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons (4-0) at Key West (2-2), 7:00

Hialeah Gardens Mater Academy (0-4) at Miami St. Brendan (1-2), 7

Hialeah Miami-Lakes (1-2) at Miami Coral Park (2-1), 3:30

Hollywood Avant Garde Academy (2-1) at Boca Raton Saint John Paul II (1-2), 7:00

Hollywood South Broward (2-2) at Miami Dr. Krop (2-2), Ives Park, 7:30

Homestead Everglades Prep (1-2) at Somerset Academy South Homestead (2-2), 7:30

Homestead South Dade (1-2) at Miami Jackson (2-2), Curtis Park, 7:30

No. 12 Miami Booker T. Washington (3-1) at Miami Carol City (1-2), Traz Powell Stadium, 7:30

Miami Braddock (3-0) at Coral Gables (2-0), 3:30

Miami Country Day (0-3) at North Miami Mourning (0-3), 3:30

Miami Dade Christian (0-1) at Miami True North Classical Academy (2-2)

Miami Edison (1-2) at Tallahassee Rickards (1-3), 7:00

Miami Killian (1-3) at Naples (3-1), 7:30

Miami LaSalle (2-1) at South Fort Myers (1-2), 7:00

No. 11 Miami Norland (3-0) at Hialeah American (1-2), Milander, 7:30

Miami Ransom Everglades (2-1) at Marathon (2-1), 7:00

Miami Sunset (1-3) at Doral Reagan (0-2), 3:30

No. 14 Miramar (2-1) at Coral Springs Coral Glades (0-3)

North Miami (1-3) at Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian (3-1), 7:00

Pembroke Pines Flanagan (1-3) at Hollywood Hills (1-2), 4:00

Pembroke Pines West Broward (1-2) at Pembroke Pines Charter (2-1), 7:00

Somerset Silver Palms (2-2) at Miami Belen Jesuit (2-2), 7:30

South Plantation (3-0) at Cooper City (0-4), 7:00

Vero Beach St. Edward’s (2-1) at Fort Lauderdale Westminster Academy (3-0), 7:00

West Palm Beach King’s Academy (3-1) at Coconut Creek North Broward Prep (3-1), 6:00

Weston Cypress Bay (1-2) at Davie Nova (2-2), 7:00

THURSDAY’S GAMES

Boca Raton St. Andrew’s 42, NSU University School 6

Coconut Creek Monarch 20, Parkland Douglas 20

Coral Springs Charter 48, Tradition Prep 16

Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna 28, Miami Gulliver Prep 0

Miami Christopher Columbus 23, Miami Northwestern 19

North Miami Beach 22, Miami Monsignor Pace 13

Pembroke Pines West Broward 20, Pembroke Pines Charter 13

Sunrise Piper 30, Hollywood McArthur 29

West Palm Beach SLAM Academy 22, Deerfield Somerset Key 20

Westland Hialeah 39, Miami Springs 12

Christopher Columbus and Northwestern Kickoff Week 5 Tonight

As we have said over and over again, this year has already been special – with marquee matchup served up every week.

This week’s main course kicks off the 5th week of the 2022 season tonight – when No. 5 Miami Christopher Columbus (4-0) visits Miami Northwestern (3-1) at Traz Powell Stadium at 7:00.

For head coach Dave Dunn and his Explorers, this evening’s matchup is another chance to show that his team is among the elite ion the state. But the assignment is not that easy. They have not done well in the past with this program, but of course, that was a different time.

Head Coach Max Edwards and his Bulls truly need this win to put themselves back in the spotlight. They have played a crazy schedule – being dominated by No. 2 Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna two weeks ago, 42-14.

This is indeed a game that is going to get plenty of attention – with media and recruiting fan websites flocking to the “Mecca” for this quality south Florida contest.

MIAMI CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS EXPLORERS

HEAD COACH: Dave Dunn

2022 RECORD: 4-0

BENEDICTINE, GEORGIA, W 41-15

MIAMI KILLIAN, W 44-13

TAMPA JESUIT, W 32-15

Miami Palmetto, W 28-10

9/22 – at Miami Northwestern

9/30 – at Miami High

10/7 at Homestead

10/14 at Doral Academy

10/21 – GMAC Game

10/28 – HIALEAH BARBARA GOLEMAN

MIAMI NORTHWESTERN BULLS

HEAD COACH: Max Edwards

2022 RECORD: 3-1

Venice, W 32-26

MIAMI JACKSON, W 44-0

HOLLYWOOD CHAMINADE-MADONNA, L 42-14

MIAMI EDISON, W 42-22

9/22 – MIAMI CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS

10/7 – MIAMI CENTRAL

10/15 – at Miami Booker T. Washington

10/21 – GMAC Game

10/29 – MIAMI IMMACULATA LASALLE

In addition to the Bulls and Explorers, here is a look at the games to keep an eye on today and Friday:

THURSDAY’S GAMES

Boca Raton St. Andrew’s (2-1) at Fort Lauderdale NSU University School (2-2), 7:00

Coconut Creek Monarch (3-1) at Parkland Douglas (1-2), 7:00

Hialeah Miami-Lakes (1-2) at Miami Coral Park (2-1), 3:30

No. 2 Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna (4-0) at Miami Gulliver Prep (0-2), 4:00

Homestead Everglades Prep (1-2) at Somerset Academy South Homestead (2-2), 7:30

Homestead South Dade (1-2) at Miami Jackson (2-2), Curtis Park, 7:30

Miami Gardens Tru Prep (1-1) at Hialeah (3-0), Milander, 7:00

Miami High (2-1) at South Miami (3-0), Tropical Park, 7:00

Miami Monsignor Pace (2-2) at North Miami Beach (1-2), 3:30

Miami Springs (1-2) at Westland Hialeah (2-1), 7:00

Southwest Miami (0-3) at Miami Coral Reef (2-2), Southridge, 7:00

Sunrise Piper (2-2) at Hollywood McArthur (2-1), 7:00

Tradition Prep (0-1) at Coral Springs Charter (1-2), 7:00

FRIDAY’S GAMES

BridgePrep Village Green (0-3) at Miami Westminster Christian (3-0), 4:00

Coral Springs (1-2) at Oakland Park Northeast (0-3), 7:00

Davie Western (2-1) at Coral Springs Taravella (0-3), 4:00

Doral Academy (3-1) at No. 20 Miami Southridge (2-2), 7:30

No. 13 Fort Lauderdale (3-0) at Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson (0-2), 7:00

No. 4 Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons (4-0) at Key West (2-2), 7:00

No. 3 Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (4-0) at Port St. Lucie Treasure Coast (1-3), 7:00

Hialeah Gardens Mater Academy (0-4) at Miami St. Brendan (1-2), 7

Hollywood Avant Garde Academy (2-1) at Boca Raton Saint John Paul II (1-2), 7:00

Hollywood South Broward (2-2) at Miami Dr. Krop (2-2), Ives Park, 7:30

No. 12 Miami Booker T. Washington (3-1) at Miami Carol City (1-2), Traz Powell Stadium, 7:30

Miami Braddock (3-0) at Coral Gables (2-0), 3:30

Miami Country Day (0-3) at North Miami Mourning (0-3), 3:30

Miami Dade Christian (0-1) at Miami True North Classical Academy (2-2)

Miami Edison (1-2) at Tallahassee Rickards (1-3), 7:00

Miami Killian (1-3) at Naples (3-1), 7:30

Miami LaSalle (2-1) at South Fort Myers (1-2), 7:00

No. 11 Miami Norland (3-0) at Hialeah American (1-2), Milander, 7:30

No. 17 Miami Palmetto (1-3) at Vero Beach (4-0), 7:00

Miami Ransom Everglades (2-1) at Marathon (2-1), 7:00

Miami Sunset (1-3) at Doral Reagan (0-2), 3:30

No. 14 Miramar (2-1) at Coral Springs Coral Glades (0-3)

North Miami (1-3) at Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian (3-1), 7:00

Pembroke Pines Flanagan (1-3) at Hollywood Hills (1-2), 4:00

Pembroke Pines West Broward (1-2) at Pembroke Pines Charter (2-1), 7:00

No. 18 Pompano Beach Blanche Ely (2-0) at No. 16 Coconut Creek (2-2), 7:00 (NO FANS ALLOWED)

Somerset Silver Palms (2-2) at Miami Belen Jesuit (2-2), 7:30

South Plantation (3-0) at Cooper City (0-4), 7:00

Vero Beach St. Edward’s (2-1) at Fort Lauderdale Westminster Academy (3-0), 7:00

West Palm Beach King’s Academy (3-1) at Coconut Creek North Broward Prep (3-1), 6:00

Weston Cypress Bay (1-2) at Davie Nova (2-2), 7:00

Windermere Prep (4-0) at Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest (3-1), 7:00

SATURDAY’S GAME

No. 7 Fort Lauderdale Dillard (2-1) at No. 1 Miami Central (3-0), Traz Powell Stadium, 7:00

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5 Underclassmen To Watch For In Miami-Dade/Broward Counties

There is no hiding the fact that the first four weeks of the 2022 high school football season has been exciting and filled with some outstanding performances.

While many of the seniors are getting plenty of exposure so far – as colleges and universities look to fill their rosters with Class of 2023 talent, there have been some underclassmen who have found a way to steal the show.

Because of the outstanding youth leagues that we have in the south Florida area, it is not uncommon that a freshman or sophomore will enter school and compete at the varsity level right away. That has been going on for years – and that is a reason why colleges and universities are watching prospects as early as 14 and 15 years of age.

As we do throughout the course of the year, today we bring you five more talented young man to keep an eye on. Five prospects who are getting it done before their final season:

2025 – Jason “Weasel” Barket, QB, 6-0, 175, Miami Westminster Christian. With baseball lineage, here is a quality football player who has hit the high school varsity with plenty of talent and enthusiasm. From the same school that produced young stars such as Bill Henderson and David Thompson, this is a prospect with a strong and accurate arm and confidence way beyond his years. Whether it’s the short passing game or throwing long, he is someone college coaches need to start to watch for future reference. He also holds down a 3.5 GPA in the classroom.

TAPE: https://www.hudl.com/profile/16079668/Jason-Barket-Jr

2025 – Chris Ewald, CB, 6-1, 165, Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna. Playing on one of the nation’s best football teams, this is not a young man who blends in. Watch him play in any game and he turns heads. A three-year varsity player already, fans have had the chance to watch him play this game at a high level – and play it well. Will continue to emerge as one of the top talents in the state and country. He also gets it done in the classroom, where he holds down a 4.0 GPA.

TAPE: https://www.hudl.com/profile/15107318/Chris-Ewald

2024 – Glenn Smith III, 5-10, 160, Miami Southridge. Transferring over from Somerset South Homestead this season, here is a gifted football talent who can do it all. Plenty of speed and athleticism, his ability to make plays has truly helped the Spartans already in this young season. Will continue to emerge as one of south Florida’s best over the next two seasons.

TAPE: https://www.hudl.com/profile/14807706/Glenn-Smith-III

2025 – Deangelo Thompson Jr., DE, 6-3, 215, Miami Central. This is gifted talent who has already made an impact for the state’s No. 1 team. Since coming over from Miami Springs, his stock has started to rise as more analysts and recruiting specialists are getting the opportunity to watch his play at a high level and respond to every challenge. He is one of the many faces who will help the Rockets continue to dominate into the future.

TAPE: https://www.hudl.com/profile/16484527/Deangelo-Thompson

2026 – Malachi Toney, WR, 5-10, 165, Plantation American Heritage. There may not be a freshman in the nation who has burst onto the scene against big time competition like this quality football player has. He has turned heads on national television as well as showcasing skills that many just do not have at this young age. As the season progresses, he will show that he is indeed ready to go up against anyone and get the job done. This is young man who plays this game at a very high level. Just remember the name – because you will definitely hear it for years and years to come!

TAPE: https://www.hudl.com/profile/17846385/malachi-toney 

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MIAMI-DADE/BROWARD: Week 5 Is Here Already!

We waited eight plus months for the start of the 2022, and when they kick things off this week across Miami-Dade and Broward Counties we will be close to the halfway point.

While early games may not have meant anything to some, the contest now being played could be the difference of playing into November and December or putting the gear away at the end of the regular season.

As you have already noticed, each and every week brings some new matchups that truly captured the attention of not only south Floridians, but have been the talk nationally as well.

As we head toward Week 5, here is a look at how programs are doing in this region:

1. Miami Central (2M – 3-0). THIS WEEK: A home game against No. 7 Fort Lauderdale Dillard on Sept. 24. NEXT GAME:  An away game on Sept. 30 against North Miami Beach. LAST WEEK: The Rockets only needed one half to beat Miami Carol City, 34-0.

2. Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna (1M – 4-0). THIS WEEK: Thursday, Sept. 22 at Miami Gulliver Prep at 3:30. NEXT GAME: A home game on Sept. 30 against Port St. Lucie Treasure Coast. LAST WEEK: The Lions stayed unbeaten with a thrilling home win against No. 6 Plantation American Heritage, 42-34.

3. Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (3M – 4-0). THIS WEEK: The team returns home for a Friday, Sept. 23 game against Port St. Lucie Treasure Coast. NEXT GAME:  A home game against No. 14 Miramar on Sept. 30. LAST WEEK: The Raiders went on the road and took care of No. 10 Davie Western, 30-0.

4. Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons (2M – 4-0). THIS WEEK: A trip to Key West on Friday to play the Conchs on Sept. 23. NEXT GAME: It’s a huge home game on Sept. 30 against No. 6 Plantation American Heritage. LAST WEEK: The Chiefs got it going on both sides of the ball in a 34-6 win against St. Petersburg Northeast.

5. Miami Christopher Columbus (4M – 4-0). THIS WEEK: Another road game on Thursday, Sept. 22 at No. 8 Miami Northwestern. NEXT GAME: An away game on Friday, Sept. 30 against Miami High. LAST WEEK: The Explorers continued to turn heads as they beat No. 17 Miami Palmetto, 23-10.

6. Plantation American Heritage (2M – 4-1). THIS WEEK: They will take this week off after five straight games. NEXT GAME: A huge road game at No. 4 Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons on Oct. 7. LAST WEEK: The Patriots lost for the first time this season in a thrilling game against No. 2 Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna, 42-34.

7. Fort Lauderdale Dillard (3M – 2-1). THIS WEEK: It’s No. 1 Miami Central on Friday, Sept. 23. NEXT GAME: A home game on Sept. 30 against Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson. LAST WEEK: The Panthers had the week off.

8. Miami Northwestern (2M – 3-1). THIS WEEK: A key Thursday night (Sept. 22) home game against No. 5 Miami Christopher Columbus. NEXT GAME: The team will take the week off. LAST WEEK: The Bulls took care of Miami Edison, 42-22.

9. Homestead (3M, 4-0). THIS WEEK: The Broncos will take the week off. NEXT GAME: A home game against South Miami on Sept. 30. WEEK: The Broncos only needed one half to get by Southwest Miami, 44-0.

10. Davie Western (4M – 2-1). THIS WEEK: The team will return home to play Coral Springs Taravella on Sept. 23. NEXT GAME: It’s back on the road on Sept. 30 at Sunrise Piper. LAST WEEK: The Wildcats dropped their first game of the season at home against No. 3 Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas, 38-0.

11. Miami Norland (2M – 3-0). THIS WEEK: An away game against Hialeah American on Friday, Sept. 23. NEXT GAME: The team will enjoy the week off to get ready for No. 12 Miami Booker T. Washington the following week. LAST WEEK: The Vikings won for the third straight time, beating Miami Monsignor Pace, 29-12.

12. Miami Booker T. Washington (2M – 3-1). THIS WEEK: Coach Ice Harris and his team will be off. NEXT GAME: It’s a “neighborhood rivalry” at home against Miami Jackson on Sept. 29. LAST WEEK: The Tornadoes took it to Miami LaSalle, 41-19 as they continue to improve.

13. Fort Lauderdale (3M, 3-0). THIS WEEK: An away contest on Friday, Sept. 23 at Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson. NEXT GAME: A game at No. 18 Blanche Ely. LAST WEEK: The Flying Ls had the week off.

14. Miramar (3M, 2-1). THIS WEEK: A trip to Coral Springs on Sept. 23 to play Coral Glades. NEXT GAME: A huge away game against No. 3 Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas on Sept. 30. LAST WEEK: The Patriots put it all together in a 38-0 win against Pembroke Pines Flanagan.

15. Plantation (3M – 3-1). THIS WEEK: This team will enjoy the week off. NEXT GAME: A rivalry game at home on Sept. 30 against South Plantation. LAST WEEK: The Colonels kept it going with a key win against No. 16 Coconut Creek, 21-14.

16. Coconut Creek (3M – 2-2). THIS WEEK: A home game against No. 19 Pompano Beach Blanche Ely on Friday, Sept. 23. NEXT GAME: They will have the week off. LAST WEEK: The Cougars fell for the second straight time against No. 15 Plantation, 21-14.

17. Miami Palmetto (4M, 1-3). THIS WEEK: A trip to play at unbeaten Vero Beach on Sept. 23. NEXT GAME: A Thursday home game against Coral Gables on Sept. 29. LAST WEEK: The Panthers lost to rival No. 5 Miami Christopher Columbus, 28-10.

18. Pompano Beach Blanche Ely (3M, 2-0). THIS WEEK: Yet another road game against No. 16 Coconut Creek on Sept. 23. NEXT GAME: A home game against unbeaten and No. 13 Fort Lauderdale on Sept. 30. LAST WEEK: The Tigers shut down Coral Springs, 42-0.

19. Hollywood Avant Garde (1M, 2-1). THIS WEEK: Another away game on Sept. 23 in Boca Raton against St. John Paul II. NEXT GAME: A home game on Sept. 29 against Ocoee Legacy Charter. LAST WEEK: The Sharks were upended by Dr. Michael Krop, 24-20.

20. Miami Southridge (3M, 3-1). THIS WEEK: A big Friday home game against Doral Academy. NEXT GAME: The team will have the week off before a tough stretch run. LAST WEEK: The Spartans moved into the Top 20 for the first time this year with a 30-17 win against Miami Belen Jesuit.

OTHER TEAMS TO WATCH: Coconut Creek Monarch (4M – (3-1), Coral Gables (4M, 2-0), Deerfield Beach (3M, 2-2), Doral Academy (4M, 2-2), Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian (2M, 3-1), Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest (2M, 3-1), Fort Lauderdale Stranahan (2M – (2-2), Fort Lauderdale Westminster Academy (1M, 3-0), Hialeah Barbara Goleman (4M, 2-2), Hollywood South Broward (3M, 2-1), Miami Archbishop Carroll (1M, 3-0), Miami Belen Jesuit (3M, 2-2), Miami Braddock (Independent, 3-0), Miami Carol City (2M, 0-2) Miami Dr. Krop (3M, 1-2), Miami Edison (2M, 1-2), Miami Gardens Monsignor Pace (2M, 2-2), Miami Gulliver Prep (2M – (0-3), Miami Immaculata LaSalle (2M, 2-1), Miami Jackson (2M, 2-2), Miami St. Brendan (2M, 1-2), Miami Westminster Christian (1M, 3-0), Miramar Everglades (3M, 2-2), Miami Ferguson (Independent, 3-1), North Miami Beach (2M – (1-2), Parkland Douglas (4M, 1-2), Pembroke Pines Somerset Academy (4M, 2-2), Pembroke Pines West Broward (4M, 1-2), Pompano Beach (Independent, 3-1), South Miami (2M, 3-0), South Plantation (3M, 4-0), Sunrise Piper (3M, 2-2), Westland Hialeah (2M, 2-1). Weston Cypress Bay (4M, 1-2).

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Roundup Week 4: Chaminade-Madonna Wins Classic Matchup

For the first time in 16 years, Chaminade-Madonna walked out of a game with Plantation American Heritage with a win.

Last Friday night, a capacity crown saw the Lions remain unbeaten with a thrilling victory over head coach Mike Smith and his Patriots, 42-34, keeping their national title hopes alive.

While the Lions turned the ball over several time and made numerous mistakes, the talent and depth prevailed in the end.

Every time head coach Dameon Jones and his team tried to pull away, the Patriots had an answer as the battle between Ohio State-bound senior running back Mark Fletcher Jr. and Chaminade-Madonna impressive junior Davion Gause stole the spotlight with both having a say in this epic classic.

Even though the Patriots lost the game, many expect them to rebound and make a solid run at the state title game. The Lions are aiming for a record seventh consecutive state finals appearance.

Here is a look at the road for both schools:

AMRICAN HERITAGE PATRIOTS (4-1)

At Valdosta Lowndes, W 38-20

Los Alamitos, California, W 56-27

LAKELAND LAKE GIBSON, W 42-14

BELLE GLADE GLADES CENTRAL, W 56-0

At Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna, L 42-34

9/23 – Off

9/30 – At Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons

10/7 – DAVIE WESTERN

10/14 – At Stranahan

10/21 – At Naples

10/28 – HALLANDALE

HOLLYWOOD CHAMINADE-MADONNA LIONS (4-0)

St. John’s Washington DC, W 35-28

FORT LAUDERDALE DILLARD, W 49-28

At Miami Northwestern, W 42-14

PLANTATION AMERICAN HERITAGE, W 42-34

9/22 – At Miami Gulliver Prep

9/30 – ST. LUCIE TREASURE COAST PREP

10/7 – At Venice

10/13 – DEERFIELD BEACH SOMERSET KEY

10/21 – HOLLYWOOD AVANT GARDE ACADEMY

WEEK 4 WAS ONCE AGAIN ACTION PACKED

Here is a look at some of the other scores from Top 20 teams this past week in Miami-Dade and Broward counties:

Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons 34, St. Petersburg Northeast 6

Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas 38, Western 0

Hialeah Goleman 14, Westland Hialeah 13

Homestead 44, Southwest Miami 0

Miami Booker T. Washington 41, LaSalle 19

Miami Central 34, Miami Carol City 0

Miami Christopher Columbus 28, Palmetto 10

Miami Dr. Krop 24, Avant Garde Academy 20

Miami Norland 29, Monsignor Pace 12

Miami Northwestern 42, Miami Edison 22

Plantation 21, Coconut Creek 14

Pompano Beach Blanche Ely 42, Coral Springs 0

MORE WEEK 4 GAMES

Boca Raton Saint Joh Paul II 18, Pompano Beach 0

Coconut Creek Monarch 64, Piper 42

Coconut Creek North Broward Prep 50, Oakland Park Northeast 0

Coral Springs Taravella 48, Pines Charter 9

Davie Nova 14, Hollywood Hills 6

Deerfield Beach 50, Everglades 12

Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian 25, Clewiston 14

Fort Lauderdale NSU University 43, Miami Country Day 0

Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest 27, Delray American Heritage 13

Fort Lauderdale Stranahan 19, Boyd Anderson 6

Fort Lauderdale Westminster Academy 54, SLAM Palm Beach 8

Hialeah 28, Miami Beach 26

Hialeah Gardens 36, Mourning 0

Hollywood McArthur 31, Cooper City 7

Hollywood South Broward 36, Hallandale 0

Homestead Everglades Prep 35, Palm Glades 6

Jensen Beach 33, Douglas 30

Key West 44, Dade Christian 6

Kingsland Camden County, Georgia 48, Pembroke Pines Somerset 21

Miami Ferguson 33, Varela 6

Miami Jackson 44, Hialeah Miami-Lakes 0

Miami Killian 29, South Dade 22

Miami Ransom Everglades 21, Palmer Trinity 16

Miami Southridge 30, Belen Jesuit 17

Miami True North Academy 69, Florida Christian 0

Miami Westminster Christian 32, Somerset South Homestead 7

Miramar 38, Flanagan 0

Tavernier Coral Shores 35, Miami Sunset 0

Valdosta 56, Coral Glades 0

West Palm Beach Cardinal Newman 52, Doral Academy 31

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