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UPDATED: Broward County playoff scenarios

A look at the playoff picture in Broward County.

DISTRICT 11-8A

Deerfield Beach (6-0, 8-0): Can clinch district championship with win vs. South Plantation; Has clinched playoff berth.

South Plantation (5-1, 6-2): Can clinch district championship with win vs. Deerfield Beach; Can clinch playoff berth with Taravella loss.

Monarch (4-2, 7-2): Needs win vs. Coral Glades, a Taravella win and South Plantation loss to force tiebreaker for runner-up spot.

Taravella (4-2, 4-4): Can clinch playoff berth with win vs. Piper AND South Plantation loss AND Monarch loss.

ELIMINATED: Douglas (2-4, 4-4); Coral Springs (2-4, 2-6); Piper (1-5, 2-6); Coral Glades (0-6, 0-8).

 

DISTRICT 12-8A

Miramar (5-0, 9-0): District champions.

Flanagan (4-1, 8-1): District runner-up.

ELIMINATED: Cypress Bay (3-2, 4-4); Cooper City (2-3, 3-6); McArthur (2-3, 4-4); Everglades (2-4, 4-5); Western (0-5, 0-8).

 

DISTRICT 14-7A

Blanche Ely (2-0, 3-5): Can win district championship with win vs. Northeast; A loss forces tiebreaker for both playoff spots.

Boyd Anderson (2-1, 2-6): Can clinch playoff berth with Northeast loss to Ely; An Ely loss to Northeast forces tiebreaker for both playoff spots.

Northeast (1-1, 2-6): Needs win to force tiebreaker for district’s two playoff berths.

ELIMINATED: Fort Lauderdale (0-3, 4-5).

 

DISTRICT 15-7A

Plantation (3-0, 7-1): Can clinch district championship with win vs. Aquinas; Has clinched playoff berth.

St. Thomas Aquinas (3-0, 7-1): Can clinch district championship with win vs. Plantation; Has clinched playoff berth.

ELIMINATED: Nova (1-2, 4-4); Hollywood Hills (1-2, 3-5); South Broward (0-3, 0-7).

 

DISTRICT 15-6A

Dillard (6-0, 6-2): District champions.

Boynton Beach (5-1, 8-1): Can clinch playoff berth with win vs. Hallandale.

Hallandale (5-1, 8-1): Can clinch playoff berth with win vs. Boynton Beach.

ELIMINATED: Coconut Creek (3-3, 4-4); Stranahan (3-4, 3-5); Suncoast (1-5, 1-7); Archbishop McCarthy (1-5, 1-7); Pines Charter (0-6, 1-8).

 

DISTRICT 16-5A

Cardinal Gibbons (2-0, 7-1): Can clinch district championship with win vs. Heritage; Has clinched playoff berth.

American Heritage (2-0, 7-1): Can clinch district championship Nov. 1 with win vs. Gibbons; Has clinched playoff berth.

ELIMINATED: Jackson (0-2, 4-4); Key West (0-2, 0-8).

 

DISTRICT 7-4A

University School (3-0, 7-1): District champions.

Glades Central (1-1, 3-5): Can clinch playoff berth with win vs. NBP.

Somerset (1-2, 3-6): Needs Glades Central loss to force tiebreaker for playoff berth.

North Broward Prep (0-2, 1-7): Needs win vs. Glades Central to force tiebreaker for playoff berth.

 

DISTRICT 8-3A

Westminster Christian (1-0, 8-1): District champions.

Chaminade (0-1, 1-6): District runner-up.

 

DISTRICT 8-2A

Champagnat (3-0, 8-0): District champions.

Barrington Christian (2-1, 4-4): Can clinch playoff berth with win vs. Dade Christian.

Dade Christian (2-1, 4-4): Can clinch playoff berth with win vs. Barrington Christian.

ELIMINATED: Coral Springs Christian (1-3, 1-7); Highlands Christian (0-3, 1-7).

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jo

U school is a joke being in that district. Thats 3 games on the schedule that they could be playing real talent like jackson or american heritage or gibbons. They play a week schedule thats why they werent ready for manatee and wont be for central and booker t.

Rome

FYI, District scheduling is done on the state level. School have no say so in how their district is aligned. At least Uschool put some of the top schools in the COUNTRY on their schedule. Who is a joke now?!?!?!

AnonymousCane

I think it is time for the Herald to call out Chad Wilson and his son Quincy for their constant complaining on twitter about the officiating in Manatee's come from behind win after trailing by 21 points in the first qtr Friday night. It started Friday evening and is still going on to this morning. Where is the administration of University School on allowing this crying to continue?

What is this teaching those players at University School about sportmanship and life and don't they know there is "no crying in football."

Really this is getting ridiculous! Doesn't the organization that oversees high school sports have any rules about coaches complaining about the officiating?

jo

@ rome, the joke is that outside of the district they still chose island coast and taravella. Look at booker t outside the district they took on more powerhouses. As i said why not play better broward schools. Miramar, St thomas, American heritage, a real test not taravella. This is their first year playing Central, Manatee, etc. Next year they need at least miramar or st thomas, in addition to manatee and central

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