With the state playoffs a week away from getting started, two of the programs who figure to be in the mix for titles will be in action this evening.
Class 8A Miami Palmetto (2-0) and 5A Miami Northwestern (1-1) will clash tonight (7:30) at Traz Powell Stadium.
Okay, everyone is now playing football across the state of Florida – and while many continue to stop and start because of Covid, this season is under way.
Seven weeks after the first teams laced it up in Venice, Broward County public schools joined the season – along with Miami-Dade, which jumped in last week.
A week after Cardinal Gibbons pulled off one of the school’s most memorable victories, 17-10, against national powerhouse St. Thomas Aquinas, guess who is coming up next?
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It has been a long road. For many teams and prospects, 11 months long.
One of the last areas of the state to officially launch this season in what has truly been a disaster in south Florida and for countless programs throughout Florida who followed the FHSAA’s lead and began in late August, only to close things down because of Covid cases.
With Broward County public schools on deck to open up the high school football season this week, Miami-Dade stepped into the spotlight last week.
In a week that saw the area’s No. 1 team, St. Thomas Aquinas drop a local game to Cardinal Gibbons, the spotlight was shining directly on The “Mecca” – Traz Powell Stadium – for the annual showdown between Miami Northwestern and Miami Central.