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The 2006-07 state title race in Florida....is a tie

Miami-Dade County finished with 15 state championships this past high school season. And the total was the most by any county in the state tied with Orange County of Orlando. The 305 flexed its muscle once again.

Here's a breakdown of each county's champions sport-by-sport:

Miami-Dade (15): Northwestern, 4A girls' track; Booker T., 3A
boys' track; Jackson 3A boys' track; Belen 2A boys' track;
Gulliver boys' water polo; Gulliver girls' water polo; Krop 4A
boys' tennis, Krop 4A girls' tennis; Gulliver 2A boys' tennis;
Gulliver 2A girls' tennis; Pace 4A boys' basketball; Varela 6A
boys' soccer; Belen 2A boys' swimming; Belen 2A boys'
cross-country; Northwestern 6A football.

Orange (15): Bishop Moore, 4A baseball; Trinity Prep 3A
softball; Pine Castle Christian, 1A softball; Oak Ridge 3A
girls' track; Pine Castle Christian, 1A boys' basketball;
Edgewater 6A girls' basketball; First Academy 2A girls'
basketball; Pine Castle Christian, 1A girls' basketball;
Bishop Moore 4A girls' soccer; Timber Creek boys' bowling;
Timber Creek girls' bowling; Winter Park 6A girls' volleyball;
Orangewood Christian 1A girls' volleyball; Lake Highland Prep
3A girls' volleyball; Winter Park 4A boys' cross-country

Palm Beach (10):  Spanish River boys' volleyball; American
Heritage-Delray 1A boys' tennis; American Heritage-Delray 1A
girls' tennis; Jensen Beach 4A girls' basketball; St. Andrews
3A girls' soccer; Lake Worth Trinity Christian fall soccer;
King's Academy 2A girls' volleyball; Glades Central 3A
football; Pahokee 2B football; Glades Day 1A football.

Brevard (8): Melbourne Holy Trinity 1A girls' track; Florida
Air Academy 3A boys' basketball; Satellite Beach 5A girls'
soccer; Satellite Beach 2A girls' swimming; Melbourne 4A
girls' cross-country; Satellite Beach 3A girls' cross-country;
Holy Trinity 1A boys' cross-country; Holy Trinity 1A girls'

Broward (7): Everglades 6A softball; St. Thomas Aquinas 3A
girls' tennis; Ely 6A boys' basketball; Douglas 6A girls'
soccer; American Heritage 3A boys' soccer; Cardinal Gibbons 4A
girls' volleyball; Douglas 3A boys' swimming

Duval (7): Eagle's View, 1A baseball; Episcopal 2A girls'
track; Arlington Country Day 2A boys' basketball; Bolles 1A
boys' swimming; Bolles 1A girls' swimming; Episcopal 2A girls'
cross-country; Bolles 2A football

Leon (5): N. Florida Christian, 2A baseball; Leon flag
football; FSU 3A girls' basketball; Chiles 3A boys'
cross-country; FAMU 1B football

Seminole (4): Lake Howell 5A boys' basketball; Oviedo 3A
wrestling; Lake Howell 2A boys' golf; Lake Mary 2A girls' golf

Polk (4): Lake Wales 4A softball; Winter Haven 5A girls'
basketball; Auburndale 5A boys' soccer; Lakeland 5A football.

Hillsborough (4): Brandon 2A wrestling; Tampa Prep 2A boys'
soccer; Plant 5A girls' volleyball; Plant 4A football

Sarasota (3): Sarasota, 6A baseball; Venice 5A baseball;
Sarasota Riverview 3A girls' swimming

Manatee (3): Bradenton Prep 1A girls' tennis; Bradenton Prep
1A boys' golf; Bradenton Prep 1A girls' golf

Collier (2): Barron Collier 3A boys' tennis; Palmetto Ridge 1A

Bay (1): Panama City Beach Arnold, 1A boys' weightlifting

Clay (1): St. Johns Country Day 2A girls' soccer

Volusia (1): Spruce Creek girls' weightlifting

Putnam (1): Palatka, 2A boys' weightlifting

Alachua (1): Gainesville P.K. Yonge 1A boys' track

Pinellas (1): Clearwater Central Catholic, 3A baseball

St. Johns (1): Nease 4A boys' soccer

Santa Rosa (1): Pace 5A softball

Gulf (1): Wewahitchka 2A softball

Flagler (1): Palm Coast 4A boys' track