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April 20, 2011

HERALD SPOTLIGHT: John Green

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Having the opportunity to watch many of the athletes in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties when they begin playing football at the youth football level, the Miami Herald will continue to shine the spotlight on many athletes during the pre-spring, spring and summer.

With the chance to see the athletes away from the football field as well, we can bring you up close and personal with some of the top prospects in the nation - right here in our own backyard.

Don't forget that the exposure continues on FACEBOOK (Herald Recruiting) and via Twitter @ larryblustein.

PLAYER: John Green

YEAR: 2012

SCHOOL: Varela

CITY: Miami

POSITION: WR/KR

HEIGHT: 5-11

WEIGHT: 172
HEAD FOOTBALL COACH: Matthew Dixon

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: First of all, this is one of those exceptionally quick football players who uses his speed to separate from defenders. A super quick athlete.

As a receiver, he is still learning. There are so many things that he has already picked up through coaching and at camps that has colleges very interested in his future, which will only get brighter this spring and summer.

In addition to be a rising receiving prospect, this is a player who certainly helps himself out by the fact he can return kicks with the best of them. His vision is tremendous, but a number of very fast players have instincts as well.

If you look into the future, this is a prospect who will start to climb the ladder and get more offers as he plays and shows how impressive he can be on the football field.

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Jones, Harriott and Schiano on radio

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As colleges across the country wind down spring football, high school in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties are gearing up for the month of May as spring football takes center stage.

The Maroone High School Gridiron Report gets back into action on Thursday night from 8-9 on WQAM (560 AM) as Larry Blustein welcomes in Oakland Park Northeast standout Kevis Jones, University School head coach Roger Harriott and Rutgers University head coach Greg Schiano.

ULTIMATE ATHLETE
He plays quarterback, tight end, running back, linebacker and defensive end, and the 6-3, 215-pound Jones, who throws the ball 60 yards in the air, could very well be the most versatile football player in South Florida.

Coached by former University of Miami standout Donnell Bennett, Jones has become the talk of the spring with his athleticism and outstanding grades in the classroom opening the doors to colleges and universities across the country.

Most predict by the end of spring, he will have numerous offers from colleges who have not watched him play yet.

STICKING TO A PLAN
Five years into his plan to bring University School to another level on the football field, Harriott remains one of the top young coaches in a state that has seen some quality difference makers.

The one time St. Thomas Aquinas running back prospect, Harriott has assembled quite a coaching staff and a team that finished 13-1 a year ago, losing a heart-breaker to Ocala Trinity catholic in the 2B state finals in Orlando.

What do the Suns have for 2011? Harriott will have the answer to that question!

THE BUILDING PROCESS CONTINUES
One of the favorite college coaching guests every on the show is Schiano. His longtime association with the Sunshine State, and South Florida in particular, has made him one of the most admired and respected coaches around.

His success in the NFL and at the collegiate level has given him the opportunity coach several quality football players who have moved on to the next level.

Current NFL players who played under Schiano at Rutgers include Indianapolis Colts linebacker Gary Brackett, Indianapolis Colts defensive tackle Eric Foster, Carolina Panthers defensive tackle Gary Gibson, 2009 NFL Draft 1st round pick Tennessee Titans WR Kenny Britt, 7th round pick Jacksonville Jaguars WR Tiquan Underwood, 2008 NFL Draft 2nd round pick Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice, Miami Dolphins cornerback Nathan Jones, Baltimore Ravens tight end L.J. Smith, Cincinnati Bengals running back Brian Leonard, Buffalo Bills defensive end/long snapper Ryan Neill, Pittsburgh Steeler guard Darnell Stapleton, 2008 NFL Draft 3rd round pick Tampa Bay Buccaneers guard Jeremy Zuttah and 2007 NFL Draft 5th round pick Jacksonville Jaguars guard Cam Stephenson. 2007 NFL Draft 7th round pick tight end/long snapper Clark Harris is on the Houston Texans practice squad.

While at the University of Miami, Schiano coached: NFL Pro Bowlers Dan Morgan, linebacker, retired; Jonathan Vilma, linebacker, New Orleans Saints; and Ed Reed, free safety, Baltimore Ravens.

Schiano received most of the major 2006 national Coach of the Year awards after orchestrating what was considered by many to be one of the great turn-around stories in college football history, transforming the hapless Scarlet Knights into a winning football program.

The show can also be heard live on www.wqam.com and archived at www.sfhighschoolsports.com.


April 18, 2011

HERALD SPOTLIGHT: Kevis Jones

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Having the opportunity to watch many of the athletes in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties when they begin playing football at the youth football level, the Miami Herald will continue to shine the spotlight on many athletes during the pre-spring, spring and summer.

With the chance to see the athletes away from the football field as well, we can bring you up close and personal with some of the top prospects in the nation - right here in our own backyard.

Don't forget that the exposure continues on FACEBOOK (Herald Recruiting) and via Twitter @ larryblustein.

PLAYER: Kevis Jones

YEAR: 2012

SCHOOL: Northeast

CITY: Oakland Park

POSITION: QB/DE/OLB/TE

HEIGHT: 6-3

WEIGHT: 217

HEAD FOOTBALL COACH: Donnell Bennett

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: To say this young man is on the verge of breaking out in a major way - nationally - is an understatement.

Go over every checklist in your mind and this gifted student/athlete has it all. Speed, strength, athletic ability, agility and gets it done in the classroom.

For a program that has certainly produced its share of football talent in the past, here is yet another prospect who can take his skills to a very high level - and beyond.

While I believe he would make the perfect college H-Back or even tight end, the belief is this prospect who can throw the ball 55 yards in the air, could be a very productive and effective outside linebacker.

This is a player who will watch his stock soar in the coming months!

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Everglades, Pace among top in flag football

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Defending state champion Seminole Ridge picked-up a couple of victories at Orange County in a Friday doubleheader. The Hawks defeated Apopka 32-13 and Evans 39-6. In so doing, the Hawks created the largest spacing this season between the power ratings of the top two teams.
 
The Ridge’s breathing room may not last for long. The Hawks face #4 Palm Beach Gardens on Tuesday.
 
Also on Friday, the Harmony Longhorns beat previously second-ranked Dr. Phillips 6-0. Both teams were missing starters, including the Panthers’ stellar quarterback, Hannah Schiable. Dr. Phillips had averaged over 44 points per game coming into Friday’s key District 8 match-up.
 
The Florida Flag Football Power 25
1. Seminole Ridge (9-0) 80.0
2. Chamberlain (8-0) 75.7
3. Freedom-Tampa (7-0) 75.5
4. Palm Beach Gardens (9-0) 75.2
5. Alonso (10-1) 74.8
6. Harmony (7-0) 73.7
7. Everglades (9-0) 73.6
8. Dr. Phillips (9-1) 73.1
9. Robinson (7-2) 72.3
10. Chiles (9-0) 72.2
11. Mandarin (8-1) 71.0
12. Dixie Hollins (9-1) 70.9
13. Leon (7-2) 70.8
14. Jupiter (5-2) 70.4
15. Plant (7-4) 70.2
16. Monsignor Pace (8-1) 68.4
17. East Bay (9-1) 68.4
18. West Broward (7-0) 65.8
19. West Orange (7-0) 65.2
20. Plant City (8-0) 64.6
21. Seabreeze (9-0) 63.9
22. Taravella (6-2) 63.8
23. Cypress Bay (6-3) 63.2
24. Fort Lauderdale (7-1) 62.6

25. Boynton Beach (9-1) 62.5
 
About the rankings: Joe Pinkos’ Power Ratings are calculated using a formula based on strength of opposition and margin of victory. To determine the forcasted margin of victory between any two teams, simply figure the difference in the respective power ratings.
 
SOUTH FLORIDA REGION RANKINGS
(Includes Districts 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23,24 and one independent)

1. Seminole Ridge (9-0) 80.0
2. Palm Beach Gardens (9-0) 75.3
3. Everglades (9-0) 73.6
4. Jupiter (5-2) 70.4
5. Monsignor Pace (8-1) 68.4
6. West Broward (7-0) 65.8
7. Taravella (6-2) 63.8
8. Cypress Bay (6-3) 63.2
9. Fort Lauderdale (7-1) 62.6
10. Boynton Beach (9-1) 62.5
11. Miramar (7-1) 62.4
12. Monarch (6-1) 61.8
13. Western (4-1) 61.7
14. Hollywood Hills (7-1) 61.6
15. Douglas (5-2) 61.2
16. Coral Springs (4-2) 60.4
17. Plantation (5-3) 59.8
18. Boca Raton (8-2) 59.7
19. Dillard (3-4) 59.2
20. West Boca Raton (7-2) 59.1
21. Pompano Beach (5 -2) 59.0
22. Cooper City (4-3) 58.7
23. Suncoast (5-4) 57.1
24. William T. Dwyer (6-3) 56.5
25. Palm Beach Central (7-1) 55.7
26. Santaluces (3-3) 59.9
27. Stranahan (2-4) 54.8
28. Lake Worth (6-4) 54.2
29. Ely (5-4) 52.1
30. Park Vista (4-6) 47.7
31. Pembroke Pines Charter (5-2) 51.2
32. Okeechobee (3-3) 49.6
33. Coral Glades (2-6) 49.3
34. Royal Palm Beach (4-4) 49.0
35. Forest Hill (2-7) 48.8
36. North Broward Prep (3-7) 48.7
37. Pahokee (3-4) 48.4
38. John I. Leonard (2-4) 48.2
39. Archbishop McCarthy (2-6) 48.1
40. Coral Springs Charter (1-4) 47.9
41. Piper (4-3) 47.7
42. Flanagan (3-4) 44.7
43. Wellington (3-7) 43.4
44. Deerfield Beach (2-7) 42.8
45. Olympic Heights (3-4) 42.7
46. Coconut Creek (2-3) 41.7
47. Boyd Anderson (1-6) 40.8
48. Spanish River (1-6) 39.6
49. McArthur (3-6) 38.7
50. Atlantic-Delray Beach (0-8) 38.6
51. South Plantation (0-5) 38.0
52. Inlet Grove (1-4) 36.7
53. Hebrew Academy (4-6) 36.6
54. Hallandale (3-5) 35.9
55. South Broward (2-8) 33.8
56. Nova (0-8) 33.7
57. Mater Academy (1-5) 33.0
58. Palm Beach Lakes (1-5) 32.3
59. Glades Central (0-7) 29.9
60. Northeast-Oakland Park (0-6) 28.5
61. Village Academy (1-5) 25.4
62. International Studies (0-6) 11.9

South Florida Scores
Monday, April 11

Boynton Beach 26, Village Academy 0
Palm Beach Gardens 47, Atlantic-Delray Beach 0
Somerset Academy 12, Mater East 6
West Boca Raton 20, Lake Worth 0
 
Tuesday, April 12
Monsignor Pace 7, North Broward Prep 0
Olympic Heights 18, Forest Hill 6
Pahokee 26, Glades Central 0
Palm Beach Gardens 21, William T. Dwyer 0
Park Vista 6, Boca Raton 2
Royal Palm Beach 38, Wellington 14
Suncoast 12, Inlet Grove 0
West Boca Raton 16, Santaluces 6
 
Wednesday, April 13
Boca Raton 38, Hebrew Academy 0
Boynton Beach 18, North Broward Prep 0
Suncoast 6, William T. Dwyer 0
 
Thursday, April 14
Boca Raton 12, Lake Worth 6 2OT
Boynton Bch 19, Atlantic-Delray Beach 0
Coconut Creek 19, Northeast-Oakland Park 6
Coral Glades 20, North Broward Prep 0
Coral Springs 14, Plantation 7
Cypress Bay 7, Archbishop McCarthy 0
Douglas 20, Deerfield Beach 0
Ely 27, Boyd Anderson 0
Everglades 42, Pembroke Pines 0
Fort Lauderdale 42, South Broward 0
Hollywood Hills 20, Nova 0
Inlet Grove 20, Village Academy 0
Jupiter 35, Spanish River 0
McArthur 42, International Studies 0
Miramar 42, Hebrew Academy 6
Monarch 27, Coral Springs Charter 0
Monsignor Pace 26, Hallandale 7
Palm Beach Central 19, Pahokee 13 2OT
Palm Bch Gardens 34, Palm Bch Lakes 0
Pompano Beach 33, Piper 6
Royal Palm Beach 18, Park Vista 6
Taravella 20, Dillard 14
Wellington 14, Olympic Heights 6
West Boca Raton 13, John I. Leonard 6
 
Friday, April 15
Archbishop McCarthy 19, Nova 0
Cypress Bay 6, Fort Lauderdale 0
Ely 14, Coconut Creek 0
Everglades 7, Mater Academy 0
Hollywood Hills 31, Boyd Anderson 6
Lake Worth 19, Atlantic-Delray Bch. 0
Okeechobee 30, Royal Palm Beach 27
Plantation 24, Dillard 6
Seminole Ridge 32, Apopka 13
Seminole Ridge 39, Evans 6
Stranahan 37, McArthur 0
William T. Dwyer 20, Forest Hill 0

April 15, 2011

HERALD SPOTLIGHT: Clevonne Davis

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Having the opportunity to watch many of the athletes in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties when they begin playing football at the youth football level, the Miami Herald will continue to shine the spotlight on many athletes during the pre-spring, spring and summer.

With the chance to see the athletes away from the football field as well, we can bring you up close and personal with some of the top prospects in the nation - right here in our own backyard.

Don't forget that the exposure continues on FACEBOOK (Herald Recruiting) and via Twitter @ larryblustein.

PLAYER: Clevonne Davis

YEAR: 2012

SCHOOL: Miramar

CITY: Miramar

POSITION: OL

HEIGHT: 6-3

WEIGHT: 280

HEAD FOOTBALL COACH: Damon Cogdell

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Make no mistake, when watching this impressive football talent, you can easily see how hard he has worked to reach the level he's at now.

One of the gifted players up front for the Patriots, this is a hard worker who has helped to elevate the line as one of the best in the state.

Has tremendous feet, big time upper body strength and moves very well for a player his size. Like the other senior standouts on the line, he is very athletic as well, and will be a part of one of the strongest parts of this team in the fall.

Having watched him perform many times, here is a football player who has made major strides, and as he continues to gain experience, colleges will certainly continue to look in his direction.

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April 14, 2011

HERALD SPOTLIGHT: Gavin Sinclair

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Having the opportunity to watch many of the athletes in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties when they begin playing football at the youth football level, the Miami Herald will continue to shine the spotlight on many athletes during the pre-spring, spring and summer.

With the chance to see the athletes away from the football field as well, we can bring you up close and personal with some of the top prospects in the nation - right here in our own backyard.

Don't forget that the exposure continues on FACEBOOK (Herald Recruiting) and via Twitter @ larryblustein.

PLAYER: Gavin Sinclair

YEAR: 2012

SCHOOL: St. Thomas Aquinas

CITY: Fort Lauderdale

POSITION: WR

HEIGHT: 5-11

WEIGHT: 165
HEAD FOOTBALL COACH: Rocco Casullo

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: Here is one of those talented athletes who has waited for this opportunity to impact one of the top programs in the country, and this coming season will give him a chance to jump fully on the radar.

A versatile receiver who runs exceptional routes, has separation speed and has developed a trust with the quarterbacks by holding onto the ball - even when he is hard.

When he catches the ball, it is usually a big gain because of his speed and knack of knowing how to get open. Playing along side major college recruits Rashad Greene (FSU) and Phil Dorsett (Miami) really helped his maturity.

This is one of the players who figures to grab some of the early season spotlight because of his experience in playing the past two years. He will also be an asset on special teams as well.

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April 13, 2011

Thompson, Burrows and O'Leary on radio

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Even though it's off season, football is just starting to heat up in the state of Florida, and this week's Maroone High School Gridiron Report has plenty of interest for everyone on Thursday night from 8-9.

Larry Blustein is joined on WQAM (560 AM) by Miami Westminster Christian baseball/football phenom David Thompson, Miami Southridge head coach Patrick Burrows and University of Central Florida head coach George O'Leary.

DECISIONS, DECISIONS
Right now, Thompson is regarded as one of the best baseball players in the country, holding homerun and batting average records at a program that has been in the spotlight plenty through the years. But he is also holding an offer to attend the University of Miami to play football as well.

One of the most under-publicized football quarterbacks around, the 6-2, 190-pounder is a four-year starter at the varsity level for the Warriors, throwing for over 2,000 yards.

While he is already headed to Chicago's Wrigley Field in June to participate in the Under Armour Baseball Classic, Thompson also is never far from the football field as he will be watched and evaluated more than ever this coming season - his final one at the high school level.

SECONDARY TO NONE
As if Southridge didn't need more talent on an impressive team, Coach Burrows and his staff have assembled a program that has produced four Division 1 defensive backs with at least three more on the way over the next two years.

In his two seasons with the Spartans, Burrows has completely turned the program around and will be in the mix during the 2011 season with more players wanting to be a part of writing a new chapter in this already storied program.

MAN OF HIS WORD
When O'Leary came to UCF seven years ago, he said that he would get a stadium built, turn the program into one that many across the country would watch and appreciate, and build character along with talent. He has done all that and more!

His hard work contributed to the construction of Bright House Networks Stadium. Interest in the program has never been higher. His student-athletes are enjoying record success in the classroom, and the Knights are winning on the football field.

O'Leary guided the 2010 Knights to the school's first 11-win season, the Conference USA championship and an AutoZone Liberty Bowl win over Georgia. The Knights earned their first-ever national rankings in 2010, finishing the year at No. 20 in the coaches poll and O'Leary was rewarded with the C-USA Coach of the Year award as voted on by his peers for the third time in six years.

The 2010 season surpassed even the 2007 year when O'Leary guided the Knights to what was then arguably the finest campaign in program history. UCF won 10 contests, claimed the Conference USA Championship and participated in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl in front of a nationally-televised audience on ESPN.

His recruiting of South Florida talent got the attention of every school that heads down this way during the course of a year. UCF is now firmly one of the programs that has several area players on the roster.

You can also listen to Thursday show on www.wqam.com or archived at sfhighschoolsports.com.

April 12, 2011

HERALD SPOTLIGHT: Javan Shashaty

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Having the opportunity to watch many of the athletes in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties when they begin playing football at the youth football level, the Miami Herald will continue to shine the spotlight on many athletes during the pre-spring, spring and summer.

With the chance to see the athletes away from the football field as well, we can bring you up close and personal with some of the top prospects in the nation - right here in our own backyard.

Don't forget that the exposure continues on FACEBOOK (Herald Recruiting) and via Twitter @ larryblustein.

PLAYER: Javan Shashaty

YEAR: 2012

SCHOOL: Calvary Christian

CITY: Fort Lauderdale

POSITION: QB

HEIGHT: 6-1

WEIGHT: 165

HEAD FOOTBALL COACH: Kirk Hoza

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: By the end of the 2011 season, this could be Florida's all-time passing yardage and TD leader, and 80 percent of the Sunshine State has never heard of Shashaty, a quarterback who is accurate and very competitive.

While many quarterbacks have stronger arms, may weigh more and compete against bigger and more athletic opponents, this is a talent who has risen above the stereotypes and has quietly made a mad dash toward the record books and getting colleges to give him a look.

Because is so thin, and his arm isn't as powerful as many colleges would like, this is someone you project with. Over the next few years, he has a chance to be at least 6-2, 200, which will only add to his already mounting resume.

In addition to being one of the players that coaches will keep an eye on during the spring, summer and into the season for football - colleges across the country have already been courting him for his tremendous work in the classroom.

Shashaty is in a win/win situation!

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April 11, 2011

HERALD SPOTLIGHT: Jarvon Anderson

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Having the opportunity to watch many of the athletes in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties when they begin playing football at the youth football level, the Miami Herald will continue to shine the spotlight on many athletes during the pre-spring, spring and summer.

With the chance to see the athletes away from the football field as well, we can bring you up close and personal with some of the top prospects in the nation - right here in our own backyard.

Don't forget that the exposure continues on FACEBOOK (Herald Recruiting) and via Twitter @ larryblustein.

PLAYER: Jarvon Anderson

YEAR: 2012

SCHOOL: G. Holmes Braddock

CITY: Miami

POSITION: RB/DB

HEIGHT: 5-9

WEIGHT: 195
HEAD FOOTBALL COACH: Frank Rojas

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW: The true measure of any athlete is to go out and get it done time after time. Here is yet another top-flight D1 talent who has flown way beneath the radar screen and has the chance to do some special things.

A quality football talent who can put it all together on either side of the ball and make a solid impact.

As a runner, here is a back who gets to the hole quickly and has the instincts, speed and strength to make something bigger happen any time he touches the ball. He is elusive and is a very physical player.

As a pass receiver, he has proven that his concentration and ability to catch the ball adds yet another dimension to his already loaded game.

Even as a safety in the secondary, he has the athletic ability and is instinctive enough to know what direction the ball is headed.

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Flag Football: Everglades up to No. 3

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Defending state champion Seminole Ridge, coached by Austin Bowe, chalked-up three wins last week by a collective score of 97-0 to move atop the Sunshine State rankings. Previous #1 Alonso was humbled 27-21 by a Dennis Derflinger-coached Tampa Freedom team led by first-year player, senior quarterback Briahanna Jackson.

In an incredible game on Friday night, the St. Petersburg Green Devils nipped Tarpon Springs in five or six overtime sessions. Spongers’ coach Chuck Zimmermaker, who initially reported the result to us, lost count of the exact final score of the marathon. St. Pete coach Stephanie Swenson subsequently informed that the final was 33-27 in five extra sessions.
 
The Florida Flag Football Power 25
1. Seminole Ridge (7-0) 79.1
2. Dr. Phillips (8-0) 78.3
3. Everglades (7-0) 78.2
4. Monarch (5-0) 78.1
5. Chamberlain (7-0) 76.7
6. Freedom-Tampa (5-0) 75.6
7. Palm Beach Gardens (6-0) 75.1
8. Alonso (9-1) 75.0
9. Robinson (6-2) 74.4
10. Mandarin (7-1) 70.9
11. Chiles (7-0) 68.9
12. Jupiter (4-2) 68.7
13. East Bay (9-1) 68.4
14. Leon (6-2) 68.3
15. Plant (6-4) 67.7
16. West Broward (5-0) 67.2
17. Dixie Hollins (8-1) 67.1
18. Cypress Bay (4-2) 66.6
19. Fort Lauderdale (5-0) 66.2
20. West Orange (7-0) 65.2
21. Harmony (5-0) 65.1
22. Seabreeze (7-0) 64.5
23. Boynton Beach (6-1) 64.4
24. Boone (6-0) 64.4
25. Lakewood (6-2) 64.2
 
About the rankings: Joe Pinkos’ Power Ratings are calculated using a formula based on strength of opposition and margin of victory. To determine the forecasted margin of victory between any two teams, simply figure the difference in the respective power ratings.
 
SOUTH FLORIDA REGION RANKINGS
(Includes Districts 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23,24 and one independent)
1. Seminole Ridge (7-0) 79.1
2. Everglades (7-0) 78.2
3. Monarch (5-0) 78.1

4. Palm Beach Gardens (6-0) 75.1
5. Jupiter (4-2) 68.7
6. West Broward (5-0) 67.2
7. Cypress Bay (4-2) 66.6
8. Fort Lauderdale (5-0) 66.2

9. Boynton Beach (6-1) 64.4
10. Hollywood Hills (5-1) 64.0
11. Monsignor Pace (6-1) 63.9
12. Dillard (3-2) 63.3
13. Miramar (6-1) 63.2
14. Douglas (4-2) 62.3
15. Western (4-1) 62.0
16. Coral Springs (3-2) 59.0
17. North Broward Prep (3-4) 58.3

18. Palm Beach Central (5-1) 57.9
19. Boca Raton (6-1) 57.4
20. Cooper City (4-2) 56.9
21. West Boca Raton (4-2) 56.7
22. William T. Dwyer (5-1) 56.2
23. Plantation (3-2) 56.1
24. Pembroke Pines Charter (5-0) 55.5
25. Pompano Beach (4-2) 55.4
26. Archbishop McCarthy (1-5) 55.3

27. Santaluces (4-2) 55.0
28. Lake Worth (5-2) 54.4
29. Park Vista (2-5) 53.8
30. Suncoast (3-4) 53.1
31. Piper (4-2) 52.2
32. Stranahan (1-3) 52.1

33. Forest Hill (2-5) 51.6
34. Taravella (3-2) 51.5
35. Coral Springs Charter (1-3) 51.4

36. Royal Palm Beach (2-3) 50.9
37. John I. Leonard (2-4) 50.3
38. Boyd Anderson (2-3) 47.2
39. Flanagan (2-3) 45.1
40. Deerfield Beach (2-6) 44.8
41. Ely (3-4) 44.5
42. Coconut Creek (1-3) 44.1
43. McArthur (2-5) 43.4

44. Olympic Heights (2-3) 42.5
45. Okeechobee (2-2) 41.8
46. Pahokee (2-3) 41.1
47. Wellington (2-6) 39.1
48. Spanish River (1-5) 39.0
49. Coral Glades (1-5) 38.9
50. Atlantic-Delray Beach (0-5) 38.4
51. South Plantation (0-5) 38.0
52. Hebrew Academy (3-4) 37.0
53. Hallandale (2-4) 36.3

54. Glades Central (0-5) 34.4
55. South Broward (2-7) 30.7
56. Nova (0-6) 29.6
57. Northeast-Oakland Park (0-4) 27.9

58. Palm Beach Lakes (0-4) 27.5
59. Inlet Grove (0-3) 26.2
60. Village Academy (1-3) 25.6
61. Mater Academy (0-5) 25.5
62. International Studies (0-5) 15.2
 
South Florida Scores
Monday, April 4

Boca Raton 7, Olympic Heights 0
Boynton Beach 19, Park Vista 0
Cooper City 6, Cypress Bay 0
Hebrew Academy 6, Hallandale 0
Jupiter 40, Palm Beach Lakes 0
Lake Worth 12, Forest Hill 6
Santaluces d. John I. Leonard
Taravella 20, Pompano Beach 13
 
Tuesday, April 5
Boca Raton 28, Village Academy 0
Cooper City 28, Nova 0
Coral Springs 19, Deerfield Beach 7
Cypress Bay 12, Hollywood Hills 6
Dillard 24, Stranahan 0
Everglades 18, Monsignor Pace 0
Fort Lauderdale 33, South Plantation 6
McArthur d. Hebrew Academy
Miramar 21, Hallandale 0
Monarch 56, Coral Glades 0
Olympic Heights 8, Spanish River 2
Pahokee 32, Wellington 13
Palm Beach Gardens 20, N. Broward Prep 0
Park Vista 12, Suncoast 7
Piper 19, Taravella 12
Pompano Beach 28, Ely 6
Royal Palm Beach 19, Glades Central 0
Seminole Ridge 33, Okeechobee 0
W. Boca Raton 21, Atlantic-Delray 8
 
Wednesday, April 6
Boynton Beach 7, West Boca Raton 0 OT
Cypress Bay 19, Flanagan 0
Douglas 7, North Broward Prep 0
Forest Hill 7, John I. Leonard 0
Hebrew Academy 41, Mater East 6
Jupiter 12, William T. Dwyer 6
Lake Worth 7, Park Vista 0
Miramar 53, South Broward 6
West Broward 24, Archbishop McCarthy 20 2OT
Western 14, Plantation 0
 
Thursday, April 7
Boca Raton 14, Forest Hill 0
Boynton Beach 33, Santaluces 0
Cooper City 13, Flanagan 6
Coral Glades 13, Coral Springs Charter 7
Coral Springs 13, North Broward Prep 0
Cypress Bay 19, Douglas 0
Dillard 18, Western 0
Ely 19, Piper 7
Everglades d. International Studies
Hollywood Hills 12, Abp. McCarthy 7
John I. Leonard 6, Olympic Heights 0
McArthur 18, South Broward 6
Palm Beach Gardens 12, Suncoast 0
Palm Beach Central 12, Royal Palm Beach 7
Plantation 14, South Plantation 7
Seminole Ridge 39, Pahokee 0
Village Academy 21, Gold Coast 6
Wellington 14, Okeechobee 12
 
Friday, April 8
Archbishop McCarthy 34, Nova 0
Everglades 38, Hallandale 0
Flanagan 8, Ely 7
Monarch 40, Deerfield Beach 0
Monsignor Pace 7, McArthur 0
Palm Bch. Central 39, Village Academy 0
Seminole Ridge 25, Royal Palm Beach 0
South Broward 19, International Studies 0
William T. Dwyer 9, Spanish River 0