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South Florida's achievers

Time to celebrate academics: The FHSAA has released its top squads for the 2007-08 winter sports, in terms of cumulative team GPA. Listed schools posted a 3.0 or better. According to the release, the top schools by class and sport will receive championship plaques at the end of the school year.

Broward's achievers:

  • St. Thomas Aquinas: boys' basketball (3.09 GPA, 4th in 5A), girls' basketball (3.527, 2nd in 5A), wrestling (3.068, 2nd in 2A), girls' soccer (3.513, 4th in 5A), boys' soccer (3.159, 6th in 5A)
  • Posnack: boys' basketball (3.341, 1st in 1A), girls' basketball (3.582, 4th in 1A), girls' soccer (3.626, 3rd in 2A)
  • Archbishop McCarthy: girls' basketball (3.065, 9th in 4A), girls' soccer (3.234, 10th in 4A), boys' soccer (3.125, 3rd in 4A)
  • Westminster Academy: girls' basketball (3.565, T-5th in 2A), girls' soccer (3.571, 6th in 2A), boys' soccer (3.569, 2nd in 2A)
  • Florida Bible Christian: girls' basketball (3.312, 8th in 1A)

And Miami-Dade:

  • Belen Jesuit: boys' basketball (3.197, 1st in 4A), wrestling (3.093, 3rd in 1A), boys' soccer (3.032, 5th in 4A)
  • Ransom Everglades: boys' basketball (3.337, 3rd in 3A), girls' basketball (3.468, 7th in 3A), wrestling (3.032, 4th in 1A), girls' soccer (3.247, 12th in 3A), boys' soccer (3.104, 7th in 3A)
  • Gulliver Prep: boys' basketball (3.026, 7th in 3A), girls' basketball (3.447, 9th in 3A), girls' soccer (3.372, 9th in 3A), boys' soccer (3.297, 4th in 3A)
  • Miami Country Day: boys' basketball (3.361, 5th in 2A), girls' basketball (3.514, 8th in 2A)
  • Monsignor Pace: girls' basketball (3.399, 4th in 4A)
  • Carrollton: girls' basketball (3.356, 12th in 3A), girls' soccer (3.187, 13th in 3A)
  • Miami Christian: girls' basketball (3.366, 11th in 2A), girls' soccer (3.278, 13th in 2A)

--Patrick Dorsey

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