No. 11 North Miami Beach at No. 2 Miami Central (Traz Powell), 7:30. We know the Rockets are a huge favorite against the Chargers, but this is a district game, and while NMB may not have the depth to stay with this impressive program, we will at least see plenty of future college talent on both sides of the ball. Head Coach Roland Smith and his team can definitely move closer to wrapping up a district title.
No. 7 Miami Killian at Miami Carol City (Milander), 7. The Cougars are on a roll, and since losing to Miami Gulliver Prep in the kickoff classic, head coach Derrick Gibson and his team have found new weapons on both sides of the ball. They will indeed be a force that the Chiefs are not ready for. A Thursday game that will give fans a chance to see a Killian team that has turned into a true contender in 5A.
No. 15 Miami Edison at Booker T. Washington (Curtis Park), 7. This is one of those games where bonds are close on both sides of the ball. Only two years removed from a 4A state title, the Tornadoes and head coach Gerald Cox are looking to get back on track – while the 3A Red Raiders and head coach Luther Campbell believe that this is their year to get over that hump. Another solid matchup where anything can happen.
MORE GAMES TO CHECK OUT
While the three games mentioned above will certainly grab the spotlight today, there are others in a very packed Thursday of football in south Florida. Check them out.
Miami Coral Reef at Southwest (Tropical), 7
Miami Springs at Hialeah-Miami Lakes, 3:30
Monarch at McArthur, 7
Mourning at Westland Hialeah (Hialeah Gardens), 3:30
North Broward Prep at Pine Crest, 7
North Miami at South Miami (Tropical), 3:30
Palm Glades at Somerset South Homestead (Harris Field), 4
Piper at Taravella (Coral Springs), 7
St. Brendan at Miami LaSalle
Sunset at American (Milander), 3:30
Varela at Coral Park, 3:30
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