It will happen every week. Top teams against top teams and one will unfortunately have to lose.
Welcome to 2021, where nobody is running from anyone if they want to be considered the best – and for football fans in south Florida – it is something to look forward to.
The third week of the 2021 high school football season once again showed why nothing is automatic this season.
With a number of huge games taking place this past week, it was just a reminder of how things would be.
If it’s Friday night in south Florida and it happens to be football season, you can almost guarantee that there will be some marquee matchups.
No matter how you slice it, this evening’s top local game will showcase No. 2 and No. 3 in a game that was made about a month ago, and everyone knew that when Plantation American Heritage (1-1) and St. Thomas Aquinas (1-1) got together, it would capture the imagination of an entire country.
If you follow sports of any kind, you already know that the epicenter for athletic talent is Miami Gardens.
From Olympic athletes to baseball, basketball and football players, this city is indeed more than a hotbed of talent.
Because we have had the opportunity during the spring, summer and into the season to see as many football players as possible, we have the opportunity to see talent that many do not find about for a period of time.
In south Florida, there are always prospects who continue to shine and grab a share of the spotlight – and that is something that has been true for decades.