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Northwestern & Homestead Kickoff GMAC Week

The idea when it began last year was to shine a spotlight on Miami-Dade County’s Greater Miami Athletic Conference and the teams who play in the 305.

With a few changes for the 2022 GMAC Week, something that was frowned upon last season my many schools is now something that is slowly winning programs over.

With Week 9 set aside by all schools in the conference – North vs. South format was set up, matching several programs who do not play each other.

While the No. 1 Miami Central Rockets and the No. 4 Miami Christopher Columbus Explorers are the main event on Friday night with the two unbeatens colliding at Traz Powell Stadium, things get started today – with 11 games being played throughout the county.

Perhaps the biggest first day game will see head coach Max Edwards and his No. 12 Miami Northwestern Bulls (4-3) hosting head coach Philip Simpson and his No. 18 Homestead Broncos (5-2).

The Bulls are now healthy as they proved last Saturday night in a convincing win over Miami Booker T. Washington – while the Broncos limp into the north vs. south matchup on a two-game losing streak.

HOMESTEAD BRONCOS (5-2)

Miami Palmetto, W 19-7

HOMESTEAD SOUTH DADE, W 47-0

St. Petersburg Lakewood, W 24-14

SOUTHWEST MIAMI, W 44-0

SOUTH MIAMI, W 22-6

MIAMI CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, L 21-6

Miami Southridge, L 20-8

10/20 - Miami Northwestern (GMAC Week)

10/28 – MIAMI BELEN JESUIT

MIAMI NORTHWESTERN BULLS (4-3)

Venice, W 32-26

MIAMI JACKSON, W 44-0

HOLLYWOOD CHAMINADE MADONNA, L 42-14

MIAMI EDISON, W 42-22

MIAMI CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, L 23-19

MIAMI CENTRAL, L 42-7

Miami Booker T. Washington, W 26-7

10/20 – HOMESTEAD (GMAC WEEK)

10/29 – MIAMI IMMACULATA LASALLE

This promises to be a quality Traz Powell Stadium (7:30) contest between two impressive programs that are loaded with talent. In addition to the Bulls and Broncos, here is a look at the rest of this week’s Miami-Dade and Broward schedule:

THURSDAY

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Five Miami-Dade/Broward Prospects For A Wednesday

Each and every week during the season, we devote Wednesday to shining a spotlight on Miami-Dade and Broward prospects.

While we also give you year-round coverage of camps, combines, team profiled and other assorted ways of getting the student/athletes out there, this is a way to give these talented young men a chance to be recognized by colleges across the country.

While so many others help promote Miami-Dade and Broward prospects, we have the unique opportunity to share with hundreds of coaches we have dealt with for over five decades as well as a social media following of well over 100,000 daily viewers.

Here is a look at this week’s five prospects to keep an eye on:

2023 - Clayton Cannon Jr., RB, Parkland Douglas. Here is a durable every down back who will surprise you with his quickness. Built for power and ball control, his quickness to hit the holes and make something out of nothing is what has given this gifted young man a huge advantage. One of those runners that is tough to stop on the first hit. His strength and balance are major assets to his game. Recruiting him will be easy as his 4.10 GPA in the classroom is a game-changer for many colleges.

TAPE: https://www.hudl.com/video/3/17771697/633ee2ab7bdd700ac8ba6bf6

2024 - Keon Daceus, OG/OT, 6-1, 308, Coconut Creek. If you are looking for a reason why this program is on the move upward, you need to look no further than the offensive line. The Cougars may not be mentioned as one of the powers in south Florida but may want to stay tuned to what they are building. In this quality junior you have perhaps one of the most physical and technically sound big men in the region. He is strong, quick, agile and has an attitude that has spread to the rest of the linemen – on both sides of the ball. While his height may not be what the Power 5 and Group of 5 schools are looking for, his talent his and he has dominated the competition the first two seasons, and the best is yet to come. As this program looks to make the playoffs, it will be prospects like this young man, who will benefit in a major way, and that is indeed the name of the game.

TAPE: https://ww w.hudl.com/profile/16005379/Keon-Daceus

2024 – David Garcia, QB, 5-11, 165, Miami Braddock. Talk about an underrated football prospect and this may be the poster child for not getting the exposure that he deserves. Even though his program is undefeated so far this season, the college coaches have not paid the attention that this student/athlete warrants. He can throw, run and is a major leader – in and out of the classroom, where his 4.9 GPA will open more doors than athletics ever will. The fact that he will have an opportunity to parlay his grades into a collegiate football experience is the main reason that this remains a talent that everyone will want to continue watching.

TAPE: https://www.hudl.com/profile/13002847/David-Garcia

2026 – Elijah Hardy, WR, 5-9, 170, Miami Northwestern. It happens every season in south Florida. A freshman who walks onto campus and dominates, looking and playing way beyond his years, Because of the level of youth football that is played in the two counties, high school football becomes a formality. The competition and coaching that a player like this receives only lends to the overall package. This is one of the next generations of football talent. Someone who can match up against upperclassmen – with his ability to catch, run and play this sport at a high level.

TAPE: https://www.hudl.com/profile/17877661/Elijah-Hardy

2026 – Brandon Kinsey, WR/FS, 6-0, 177, Miami Immaculata LaSalle. Yet another difference maker who has burst onto the scene at the high school level – just like so many elite freshmen this season. Playing for a program that has given him the opportunity to showcase his many schools, this is definitely a talent who elevates a program – not only with his physical abilities, but also as someone who is way beyond his years as a student. If you do not see him without a helmet on, there is simply no way you would guess that he is just a 15-year-old ninth grader who has over three years to mature and fully reach his potential, and that makes many people in the South Miami area very happy.

TAPE: https://www.hudl.com/profile/17807080/Brandon-Kinsey

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MIAMI-DADE/BROWARD: Games Get Tougher Over The Next Two Weeks

 

MIAMI-DADE/BROWARD: Games Get Tougher Over The Next Two Weeks

 While all of the Greater Miami Athletic Conference teams will take part in the GMAC Week contests, each and every matchup will go a long way in determining playoff seeding.

With just two weeks left in the regular season, there are still some playoff spots up for grabs, and we will see some dreams fulfilled – while others will fall short.

With the season flying by quickly, programs will have to bring their “A” game the next two plus weeks.

As we head toward Week 9, here is a look at how programs are doing in this region:

1. Miami Central (2M – 7-0). THIS WEEK: It’s GMAC Week and the Rockets will play No. 4 Miami Christopher Columbus on Oct. 21. NEXT GAME: A regular season-ending game at home against Miami Monsignor Pace on Oct. 28. LAST WEEK: The Rockets took care of Miami Norland in a district game, 53-7.

2. Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna (1M – 6-0). THIS WEEK: A home district game Friday against No. 15 Hollywood Avant Garde Academy. NEXT GAME:  A home district game on Oct. 27 against Boca Raton Saint John Paul II. LAST WEEK: The Lions scored early and often in their first game in two weeks against Deerfield Beach Somerset Key, 90-0.

3. Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (3M – 7-0). THIS WEEK: A home game against a much-improved No. 9 Coconut Creek Monarch on Oct. 21. NEXT GAME: The regular season comes to an end on the road against Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson on Oct. 28. LAST WEEK: The Raiders started slow but then put it all together in a 49-13 district game against Fort Lauderdale.

4. Miami Christopher Columbus (4M, 8-0). THIS WEEK: It’s GMAC Week and the Explorers will face off with No. 1 Miami Central. NEXT GAME: The regular season comes to an end with a non-district home game against Hialeah Barbara Goleman on Oct. 28. LAST WEEK: The Explorers wrapped up the district title with a 35-7 win against Doral Academy.

5. Plantation American Heritage (2M, 7-1). THIS WEEK: A trip to Naples to play the Golden Eagles on Oct. 21. NEXT GAME: The regular season comes to an end at home on Oct. 28 against Hallandale. LAST WEEK: The Patriots all but wrapped up the district title with a 24-0 win against Fort Lauderdale Stranahan.

6. Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons (2M, 7-1). THIS WEEK: A Friday trip to the west coast to play Bradenton Manatee on Oct. 21. NEXT GAME: The regular season comes to an end with a home district game against Fort Lauderdale Stranahan on Oct. 28. LAST WEEK: The Chiefs rolled to a district road win against Hallandale, 49-6.

7. Miramar (3M, 4-1). THIS WEEK: An away game against No. 12 Davie Western on Oct. 21. NEXT GAME: A Friday away district game against Miramar Everglades on Oct. 28. LAST WEEK: The Patriots rolled to a 47-7 win against Hialeah American in The “Patriots Bowl”.

8. Pompano Beach Blanche Ely (3M, 6-0). THIS WEEK: An away game on Thursday, Oct. 20 against Sunrise Piper. NEXT GAME: A home district game on Oct. 28 against West Boca Raton. LAST WEEK: The Tigers used an outstanding defense and timely offense to beat Deerfield Beach, 7-0.

9. Coconut Creek Monarch (4M, 6-1). THIS WEEK: An Oct. 21 game at No. 3 Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas. NEXT GAME: An away district game against Coral Springs on Oct. 28. LAST WEEK: The Knights had the week off.

10. Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian (2M, 7-1). THIS WEEK: A home contest on Oct. 21 against North Palm Beach Benjamin. NEXT GAME: The regular season comes to an end with an Oct. 28 road game against Oakland Park Northeast. LAST WEEK: The Eagles won for the sixth straight time – at home against Coconut Creek North Broward Prep, 42-14.

11. Davie Western (4M – 4-2). THIS WEEK: A home game against No. 9 Miramar on Oct. 21.  NEXT GAME: A Friday night trip to Coral Springs to play Coral Glades on Oct. 28. LAST WEEK: The Wildcats bounced back with a big district win at home against Weston Cypress Bay, 36-20.

12. Miami Northwestern (2M – 4-3). THIS WEEK: It’s GMAC Week and a meeting with No. 18 Homestead on Oct. 20. NEXT GAME:  The regular season comes to an end with a district game against Miami Immaculata LaSalle on Saturday, Oct. 29. LAST WEEK: The Bulls ended their two-game losing streak with a convincing 26-7 win over No. 15 Miami Booker T. Washington.

13. Fort Lauderdale Dillard (3M – 3-3). THIS WEEK:  A Saturday night home district game against Fort Lauderdale. NEXT GAME: It’s back on the road for a trip to Tallahassee Lincoln on Oct. 28. LAST WEEK: The Panthers bounced back from the loss to No. 3 Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas with a convincing 42-6 win against No. 16 Plantation.

14. Miami Booker T. Washington (2M – 6-2). THIS WEEK: It’s GMAC Week and a contest against Miami Southridge on Oct. 21. NEXT GAME: The regular season comes to an end with a Saturday road game against Westland Hialeah. LAST WEEK: The Tornadoes saw their four-game winning streak snapped against No. 12 Miami Northwestern, 26-7.

15. Hollywood Avant Garde (1M, 5-1). THIS WEEK: A tall task awaits on Oct. 21 in a district game at No. 2 Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna. NEXT GAME: A Thursday home game against North Lauderdale Somerset Prep on Oct. 27. LAST WEEK: The Sharks put it all together in a 69-0 win against West Palm Beach Sports Leadership & Management.

16. Plantation (3M – 4-1). THIS WEEK: A Thursday home game against Deerfield Beach on Oct. 20 and a Monday (Oct. 24) contest against rival and No. 19 on Monday, Oct. 24. NEXT GAME: A Friday district game on the road against Sunrise Piper on Oct. 28. LAST WEEK: The Colonels dropped a 42-6 decision to No. 14 Fort Lauderdale Dillard.

17. Miami Norland (2M – 4-2). THIS WEEK: It’s GMAC Week and a trip to play Miami Palmetto on Thursday, Oct. 20. NEXT GAME: A Thursday home district game on Oct. 27 against North Miami Beach. LAST WEEK: The Vikings dropped their second straight game, 53-7, to No. 1 Miami Central.

18. Homestead (3M, 6-2). THIS WEEK: It’s a GMAC Week contest with No. 11 Miami Northwestern on Oct. 20. NEXT GAME: The regular season comes to an end with and Oct. 28 home game against Miami Belen Jesuit. WEEK: The Broncos lost their second consecutive game, 20-8, to Miami Southridge.

19. South Plantation (3M, 5-1). THIS WEEK: It will be a busy week with two games - an Oct. 21 game at home against Miramar Everglades and a rivalry on the road against No. 16 Plantation on Monday, Oct. 24. NEXT GAME: A Friday home game against Davie Nova on Oct. 28. LAST WEEK: The Paladins bounced back with a 41-13 win against Pompano Beach.

20. Coconut Creek (3M – 4-3). THIS WEEK: A home game on Friday against Hollywood McArthur. NEXT GAME: An away non-district matchup with Deerfield Beach on Oct. 28. LAST WEEK: The Cougars jumped back in the Top 20 with a convincing 50-0 road win at West Boca Raton.

OTHER TEAMS TO WATCH: Coral Gables (4M, 4-2), Doral Academy (4M, 5-3), Fort Lauderdale (3M, 4-3), Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest (2M, 6-1), Fort Lauderdale Stranahan (2M – (3-4), Fort Lauderdale Westminster Academy (1M, 6-0), Hialeah Barbara Goleman (4M, 3-4), Hialeah (3M, 3-3), Hollywood McArthur (3M, 4-3), Hollywood South Broward (3M, 4-3), Miami Archbishop Carroll (1M, 6-1), Miami Belen Jesuit (3M, 4-3), Miami Braddock (Independent, 6-1), Miami Carol City (2M, 4-3) Miami Dr. Krop (3M, 3-4), Miami Edison (2M, 3-4), Miami Ferguson (Independent, 4-2), Miami Gulliver Prep (2M – (3-3), Miami Immaculata LaSalle (2M, 4-3), Miami Jackson (2M, 4-3), Miami Palmetto (4M, 4-4), Miami Ransom Everglades (Independent, 4-2), Miramar Everglades (3M, 4-3), Miami Southridge (3M, 4-3), Miami St. Brendan (2M, 5-2), Miami Westminster Christian (1M, 7-0), North Miami Beach (2M, 2-5), Pembroke Pines Charter (3M, 4-3), Pembroke Pines Somerset Academy (4M, 3-4), Pembroke Pines West Broward (4M, 3-4), South Miami (2M, 4-4), Sunrise Piper (3M, 5-2), Westland Hialeah (2M, 4-3). Weston Cypress Bay (4M, 4-3).

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Week 8: Watch Out For A Healthy Miami Northwestern

Prior to last Saturday night’s showdown with Miami Booker T. Washington, there were some who warned that Miami Northwestern was far from a 3-3 team. Those who watched the Bulls in the off-season realized that while the team wasn’t deep, they were indeed talented.

With several key players out with injury, they were no match to the No. 1 team in the state, rival Miami Central (42-7) and the No. 2 Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna Lions (42-14) and even unbeaten Miami Christopher Columbus (23-19). But on Saturday, the program that has long been competitive and gifted returned to the spotlight – just in time for this Friday’s GMAC Week contest against Homestead.

With the passing of Taron “Tyger” Dickens and big plays by fellow seniors Marlin Cochran (RB), Toddrick Brewton (OLB/DE), P.J. Faulk (TE/H-Back), University of Florida bound Andy Jean (WR), Adam Moore (WR) and defensive back Nazir Ward, the Bulls rolled to a 26-7 win and stand at 4-3.

The win was also fueled by the production from several underclassmen for head coach Max Edwards and his team.

MIAMI NORTHWESTERN BULLS (4-3)

Venice, W 32-26

MIAMI JACKSON, W 44-0

HOLLYWOOD CHAMINADE-MADONNA, L 42-14

MIAMI EDISON, W 42-22

MIAMI CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, L 23-19

MIAMI CENTRAL, L 43-7

Miami Booker T. Washington, W 26-7

10/20 - HOMESTEAD – GMAC WEEK

10/29 – MIAMI IMMACULATE LASALLE

 

WEEK 8 SAW SOME HUGE WINS

In addition the big win by Northwestern, here is a look at some of the other scores from Week 8:

Belle Glades Glades Day 47, Miami Dade Christian 20

Boca Raton Spanish River 35, Hialeah Miami-Lakes 0

Coconut Creek 50, West Boca Raton 0

Coral Gables 24, Miami Beach 7

Coral Springs Coral Glades 33, Coral Springs Taravella 7

Davie Western 36, Weston Cypress Bay 20

Doral Reagan 40, North Miami Mourning 13

Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian 42, Coconut Creek North Broward Prep 14

Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons 49, Hallandale 6

Fort Lauderdale Dillard 42, Plantation 6

Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest 49, Coral Springs Charter 13

Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas 49, Fort Lauderdale 13

Fort Lauderdale Westminster Academy 31, Fort Lauderdale NSU University School 6

Hialeah Gardens 14, Miami Coral Park 7

Hialeah Gardens Mater Academy 22, Miami Springs 8

Hollywood Avant Garde Academy 68, SLAM Palm Beach 0

Hollywood Chaminade-Madonna 90, Somerset Academy Key 0

Hollywood McArthur 30, Hollywood South Broward 7

Homestead Everglades Prep 25, Miami Florida Christian 13

Marathon 57, Miami Country Day 21

Miami Archbishop Carroll 47, West Palm Beach Berean Christian 0

Miami Braddock 42, Miami Varela 14

Miami Carol City 28, North Miami Beach 22

Miami Central 53, Miami Norland 7

Miami Christopher Columbus 35, Doral Academy 7

Miami Coral Reef 33, Miami Sunset 0

Miami Dr. Krop 39, Hollywood Hills 12

Miami Edison 35, Miami Gardens TRU Prep 6

Miami Ferguson 41, Southwest Miami 6

Miami Gulliver Prep 21, North Palm Beach Benjamin 14

Miami High 28, Hialeah Goleman 23

Miami Jackson 22, Miami Immaculata LaSalle 6

Miami Killian 22, South Miami 13

Miami Palmetto 47, Homestead South Dade 13

Miami Southridge 20, Homestead 6

Miami St. Brendan 14, Westland Hialeah 12

Miami True North Classical Academy 34, Somerset Silver Palms 33

Miami Westminster Christian 30, Miami Palmer Trinity 21

Miramar 47, Hialeah American 7

Naples Gulf Coast 45, Pembroke Pines West Broward 13

North Miami 12, Hialeah 6

Parkland Douglas 41, Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson 6

Pembroke Pines Somerset Academy 47, Cooper City 0

Plantation American Heritage 24, Fort Lauderdale Stranahan 0

Pompano Beach Blanche Ely 7, Deerfield Beach 0

Sunrise Piper 28, Davie Nova 12

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Five Ranked Teams Highlight Thursday Schedule

With so many impressive games over the past five weeks being played in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, things slow just a little bit as we start Week 8.

As many district games will be played over the next few weeks, things get started today with five south Florida rated programs in action.

The spotlight game this evening will watch No. 16 Miami Norland (4-1) at No. 1 Miami Central (6-0) square off in a 7:00 game at Traz Powell Stadium at 7.

No. 2 Hollywood Chaminade Madonna gets back at it after two weeks off as they will be home against 0-6 Somerset Academy Key.

The Lions are 5-0 with games against Port St. Lucie Treasure Coast and Venice postponed because of Hurricane Ian.

This is a program that remains one of the best in the nation – and will be looking for an amazing seventh consecutive trip to the state finals.

For No. 6 Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons (6-1), it’s all about getting ready for the playoffs after falling to Plantation American Heritage a few weeks back.

The Chiefs head to Hallandale as they look to keep that momentum going after a win last week against Miami Belen Jesuit.

One of the teams that has not gotten it all together is No. 14 Hollywood Avant Garde Academy, who takes their 4-1 record into the game against Sports Leadership & Management (1-5). The Sharks are loaded with talent and will use this game as a tune up for next week’s huge district showdown with Chaminade-Madonna on the road.

In addition to those three games, here is the way Thursday shapes up around Miami-Dade and Broward Counties:

Coconut Creek (3-3) at West Boca Raton (4-2), 6:30

Coral Springs (2-4) at Boca Raton Olympic Heights (1-6), 6:30

Coral Springs Taravella (0-5) at Coral Springs Coral Glades (1-5), 7

Doral Ronald Reagan (1-4) at North Miami Mourning (2-4), 3:30

Miami Gardens TRU Prep (1-3) at Miami Edison (2-4), Traz Powell Stadium, 7

Miami Sunset (3-3) at Miami Coral Reef (4-2), Harris Field, 7

North Palm Beach Benjamin (2-3) at Miami Gulliver Prep (2-3), 3:30

FRIDAY

Coconut Creek North Broward Prep (3-3) at No. 13 Fort Lauderdale Calvary Christian (6-1), 7

Cooper City (2-5) at Pembroke Pines Somerset Academy (2-4), 3:30

Coral Springs Charter (3-3) at Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest (5-1), 7

Davie Nova (2-4) at Sunrise Piper (4-3), 7

Doral Academy (5-2) at No. 4 Miami Christopher Columbus (7-0), 7

Everglades Prep (1-3) at Miami Florida Christian (1-4), 7:30

No. 19 Fort Lauderdale (4-2) at No. 3 Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (6-0), 7

No. 18 Fort Lauderdale Dillard (2-3) at No. 10 Plantation (4-1), 7

Fort Lauderdale NSU University School (4-3) at Fort Lauderdale Westminster Academy (5-0), 7

Fort Lauderdale Stranahan (3-3) at No. 5 Plantation American Heritage (6-1), 7:30

Hialeah (3-2) at North Miami (2-5), 7:30

Hialeah Barbara Goleman (3-3) at Miami High (3-2), Curtis, 7:30

Hialeah Gardens (2-4) at Miami Coral Park (3-3), 3:30

Hialeah Miami-Lakes (2-4) at Boca Raton Spanish River (0-6), 6:30

Hollywood South Broward (4-1) at Hollywood McArthur (3-3), 7

No. 7 Homestead (6-1) at Miami Southridge (3-3), 7:30

Lauderdale Lakes Boyd Anderson (0-5) at Parkland Douglas (3-3), 7

Miami Beach (2-4) at Coral Gables (3-2), 4

Miami Dade Christian (0-4) at Belle Glade Glades Day (1-5), 7

Miami Dr. Krop (2-4) at Hollywood Hills (3-3), 4

Miami Jackson (3-3) at Miami Immaculata LaSalle (4-2), 7

Miami Palmetto (3-4) at Homestead South Dade (1-4), Harris Field, 7:30

Miami Springs (1-5) at Hialeah Gardens Mater Academy (1-6), Milander, 7:30

Miami Varela (0-6) at Miami Braddock (5-1), 3:30

No. 9 Miramar (4-1) at Hialeah American (1-5), 7

North Miami Beach (2-4) at Miami Carol City (3-3)

Palm Glades Prep Academy (1-6) at Somerset Academy South Homestead (2-4), 5

Pembroke Pines Charter (3-3) at Miramar Everglades (4-2), 7

Pembroke Pines West Broward (3-3) at Naples Gulf Coast (4-2), 7

No. 11 Pompano Beach Blanche Ely (5-0) at Deerfield Beach, 7

Somerset Academy Silver Palms (2-4) at Miami True North Classical Academy (4-2), 3:30

South Miami (4-1) at Miami Killian (1-6), Tropical, 7:30

South Plantation (4-1) at Pompano Beach (3-2), 7

West Palm Beach Berean Christian (1-5) at Miami Archbishop Carroll (5-1), 3:30

Westland Hialeah (4-2) at Miami St. Brendan (4-2), 7

Weston Cypress Bay (4-2) at No. 15 Davie Western (4-2), 7

SATURDAY

Miami Ferguson (4-2) at Southwest Miami (0-6), Tropical, 7

No. 17 Miami Northwestern (3-3) at No. 8 Miami Booker T. Washington (6-1), Traz Powell, 7

Miami Palmer Trinity (4-2) at Miami Westminster Christian (5-0), 1:00

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