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November 15, 2013

South Dade receiver Tyre Brady orally commits to the University of Miami

The University of Miami's 2014 football recruiting class just keeps on getting better. 

South Dade wide receiver Tyre Brady, a very underrated three-star prospect by 247Sports, Rivals and Scout, orally committed to UM on Friday, becoming the 29th member of UM's 2014 class. CanesInsight.com first reported the news. 

"I remember telling my mom when I was little that I was going to play for U.M. Now I have been blessed the opportunity to tell her that your Son is a Cane #CommittedtoTheU," Brady wrote on Twitter about an hour after informing UM's coaching staff of his intentions.

Brady told the Herald after his game against Homestead on Nov. 8 he was going to wait until after his team's playoff run to make a college decision. 

"I was, but the time was best for me now," Brady said Friday. "Me and my family felt the time was perfect now and it's been my dream school ever since I was little."

Brady chose UM over a long list of schools including Florida, Florida State, Tennessee, Ole Miss, Mississppi State, USC and UCLA. Brady only had reported offers from Florida, Florida State and Mississippi State.

Brady said he is comfortable with several of UM's coaches, naming coach Al Golden, offensive coordinator James Coley, wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator Brennan Carroll, and linebackers coach Micheal Barrow. 

"They stayed with me throughout the whole process," Brady said. "They were extremely excited [Friday]."

UM's class, ranked third by 247Sports and sixth by Rivals before Brady's commitment, has the potential to be one of the Hurricanes' greatest classes ever on Dec. 7 when Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer wide receiver Johnnie Dixon announces his commitment decision. Dixon is down to Miami and Alabama. 

 

November 13, 2013

St. Thomas Aquinas defensive tackle Anthony Moten orally commits to the University of Miami

Surprise, surprise. Anthony Moten is going to be a Miami Hurricane.

Moten, a 6-4, 275-pound defensive tackle from Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas, announced his oral commitment to UM on Wednesday night over Florida State and South Carolina.

“It came down to my family and I've been knowing [UM defensive coordinator] coach [Mark] D'Onofrio and [UM] coach [Al] Golden since my freshman year,” Moten said on a video with South Florida High School Sports.

Moten's announcement comes to no surprise, but reassurance to Canes fans, who have been longing for his pledge.

Moten, a consensus four-star prospect by Rivals, 247Sports, ESPN and Scout, currently plays alongside friend and current UM commitment Nick Linder at Aquinas. He cited Linder, and his connections with UM's staff as instrumental factors in choosing UM. Miami's defensive scheme, similar to Aquinas' defense, was also a factor as well. 

Moten, who was once a University of Florida commitment from April to July earlier this year, becomes the 28th commitment to an already vaunted 2014 recruiting class where he will line up alongside local four-star prospects Chad Thomas and Demetrius Jackson (Miami Booker T. Washington), Travonte Valentine (Hialeah Champagnat Catholic), and Mike Smith (Miami Northwestern) for years to come.

November 09, 2013

Florida State Scoreboard - Week 11

FRIDAY’S GAMES
Archbishop McCarthy 9, Glades Day 3
Armwood 40, Strawberry Crest 6
Arnold 38, Port St. Joe 0
Atlantic Coast 13, Mandarin 7
Aucilla Christian 55, Temple Christian 20
Bartram Trail 37, Ridgeview 21
Berkeley Prep 21, Brandon 17
Bishop Kenny 55, Episcopal 21
Bishop McLaughlin 35, Keswick Christian 3
Bishop Moore 42, Colonial 8
Bishop Snyder 42, St. Joseph Academy 0
Bloomingdale 42, Middleton 0
Blountstown 31, Northview 0
Boca Ciega 17, Clearwater 12
Booker 26, Cardinal Mooney 14
Boone 31, Edgewater 27
Braden River 27, DeSoto County 12
Cambridge Christian 56, Out-of-Door Academy 21
Cardinal Gibbons 28, Coral Springs 18
Charlotte 65, East Lee County 14
Chiles 31, Newberry 21
Choctawhatchee 27, Florida 26
Christopher Columbus Catholic 22, Miami Palmetto 7
Clearwater Central Catholic 37, Anclote 14
Columbia 35, Suwannee 7
Crestview 42, Pensacola 32
Cypress Bay 29, Oakland Park Northeast 0
Deerfield Beach 22, St. Thomas Aquinas 7
Delray American Heritage 14, Gulliver Prep 12
Dixie County 41, Lafayette 6
Douglas 46, Nova 0
Dr. Phillips 38, Winter Park 7
East Lake 54, St. Petersburg 0
Eastside 38, Bradford 25
Eau Gallie 27, Harmony 0
Everglades 34, Piper 12
FAMU Developmental Research 6, Jefferson County 0
Father Lopez Catholic 56, Taylor 3
Fernandina Beach 54, Christ's Church 7
First Academy-Leesburg 32, Seffner Christian 27
First Academy-Orlando 55, Crescent City 13
First Coast 39, Ed White 21
Fivay 33, Hudson 26
Fleming Island 42, Orange Park 0
Fletcher 56, Wolfson 13
Fort Lauderdale 22, Stranahan 0
Fort White 35, Buchholz 21
Godby 33, Lincoln 3
Golden Gate 20, Palmetto Ridge 17
Highlands Christian 33, Marco Island 0
Hilliard 41, Cedar Creek Christian 30
Hillsborough 23, Tampa Bay Tech 20
Indian Rocks 34, Calvary Christian-Clearwater 14
Jay 33, Maclay 30
Jefferson 31, George Steinbrenner 9
Jesuit 13, Tampa Catholic 9
Key West 35, Braddock 20
King's Academy 58, North Broward 7
Lake Brantley 29, Lake Howell 26
Lake Mary 28, Hagerty 14
Lake Minneola 42, East Ridge 7
Lake Nona 40, East River 35
Lakewood 51, St. Petersburg Northeast 7
Lakewood Ranch 14, Port Charlotte 13
Land O'Lakes 38, Lecanto 35, OT
Largo 42, Countryside 14
Leon 41, Providence 38
Liberty County 28, Sneads 7
Lyman 35, Winter Springs 28
McArthur 33, Hollywood Hills 22
Melbourne Central Catholic 40, Lake Highland 9
Menendez 43, Oakleaf 40
Merritt Island 42, Ponte Vedra 0
Miami Monsignor Pace 17, Belen Jesuit 13
Miami Norland 46, Hialeah-Miami Lakes 32
Miami Northwestern 15, Miami Jackson 14
Mitchell 28, Gulf 21
Montverde Academy 36, Wildwood 0
Munroe Day 34, John Paul II Catholic 32
Naples 21, IMG Academy 14
Navarre 31, Gulf Breeze 24
New Smyrna Beach 27, Treasure Coast 6
Niceville 42, Bolles School 24
North Marion 14, West Port 0
North Port 28, Hardee 6
Oak Ridge 39, Evans 19
Ocala Forest 40, Belleview 17
Okeechobee 34, Clewiston 16
Olympia 28, Jones 14
Oviedo 32, Sanford Seminole 14
Palatka 23, St. Augustine 20, OT
Palm Beach Central 20, Palm Beach Gardens 13
Palm Beach Lakes 39, Boca Raton Community 24
Palm Harbor University 56, Gibbs 40
Pasco 49, River Ridge 30
Pinellas Park 52, Dunedin 0
Plant City 28, Gaither 20
Plantation American Heritage 33, Kathleen 13
Royal Palm Beach 32, Seminole Ridge 14
Rutherford 38, Marianna 7
Sandalwood 58, Terry Parker 14
Sarasota Riverview 47, Sarasota 10
Seabreeze 37, Nease 7
Sickles 34, Alonso 30
South Broward 14, Western 13
South Dade 34, Homestead 21
South Fork 28, Jupiter 14
South Plantation 7, Plantation 6 (PPD rain at the half)
South Sumter 30, Leesburg 10
Southwest Florida Christian 16, St. Petersburg Canterbury 15
Spoto 54, Leto 12
Springstead 41, Hernando 20
Spruce Creek 13, Flagler Palm Coast 10
St. Petersburg Catholic 51, Northside Christian 7
Suncoast 66, Inlet Grove 6
Sunlake 19, Zephyrhills 14
Tampa Freedom 12, Riverview 7
Taravella 43, Boyd Anderson 14
Tarpon Springs 63, Dixie Hollins 32
Timber Creek 48, Orlando Freedom 7
Trenton 48, St. Francis 14
Trinity Christian-Jacksonville 48, Ocala Vanguard 7
Umatilla 29, Deltona 12
Venice 41, Bayshore 8
Victory Christian 44, Coral Springs Christian 26
Warner Christian 41, Admiral Farragut 31
Wellington 32, John I. Leonard 6
West Broward 10, Coral Glades 2
West Florida 37, Pensacola Washington 13
West Orange 39, Ocoee 0
Wiregrass Ranch 35, Wesley Chapel 21
Yulee 14, West Nassau County 13

THURSDAY'S GAMES
Alachua Santa Fe 34, Keystone Heights 7
Bell 32, Branford 0
Cambridge Christian 56, Out-of-Door Academy 21
Coral Gables 31, Southwest Miami 24
Crawfordville Wakulla 31, Gainesville 18
Daytona Beach Mainland 31, Fort Pierce Central 28
Hialeah Champagnat Catholic 68, Miami Carroll 0
Jacksonville University Christian 51, Arlington Country Day 6
Jensen Beach 42, Martin County 14
Jupiter Christian 30, St. Edward’s 24
Lake Butler Union County 56, Eagle’s View 18
Miami Beach 27, Reagan 21 (OT)
Miami Carol City 28, American 21
Miami Coral Reef 52, Hialeah 16
Miami Ferguson 28, Miami Springs 21
Miami High 32, Mourning 28
North Miami 43, Edison 6
Palm Bay 54, Bayside 15
Tallahassee Rickards 43, East Gadsden 15
Vero Beach 30, Santaluces 29

WEDNESDAY GAME
Miami Killian 50, Dr. Krop 0

November 05, 2013

AP State Football Poll - Week 10

The Associated Press Top 10 Florida high school football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records, rating points and previous rankings:

Class 8A
Record Pts Prv
1. Bradenton Manatee (14) 10-0 149 1
2. Miramar 10-0 133 2
3. Apopka (1) 9-1 123 3
4. Orlando Dr. Phillips 9-0 102 4
5. Fort Pierce Central 8-0 84 5
6. Lake Mary 9-0 75 6
7. Deerfield Beach 9-0 55 7
8. Tampa Plant 8-1-1 44 8
9. Pembroke Pines Charles Flanagan 9-1 28 9
10. Homestead South Dade 8-1 17 10 (tie)
OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Winter Garden West Orange (8-1) 9, Jacksonville First Coast (8-1) 5, Vero Beach 1 (9-1).

Class 7A
Record Pts Prv
1. Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer (12) 10-0 147 1
2. Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (3) 8-1 134 2
3. Tarpon Springs East Lake 10-0 124 3
4. Fleming Island 9-0 102 5
5. Tampa Sickles 8-1 73 7
6. Port Charlotte 8-0 56 9
7. Lakeland Kathleen 8-1 47 NR
8. Kissimmee Osceola 8-2 43 10
9. Lakeland 9-1 32 4
10. Niceville 8-1 29 6
OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Pinellas Park (8-1) 13, Melbourne (7-2) 9, Plantation (7-2) 8, Tallahassee Lincoln (6-3) 8.

Class 6A
Record Pts Prv
1. Miami Central (12) 7-1 146 1
2. Seffner Armwood (3) 9-0 131 2
3. Palm Bay Heritage 9-0 117 3
4. Tampa Jefferson 8-1 97 4
5. Jacksonville Ed White 8-1 92 5
6. Lake City Columbia 8-1 66 6
7. Daytona Beach Mainland 8-1 62 7
8. Gainesville 8-1 51 8
9. Largo 7-2 22 9
10. Venice 7-2 17 10
OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: St. Augustine (8-1) 14, Fort Lauderdale Dillard (7-1) 4, Palm Bay Bayside (7-2) 2, Miami Carol City (6-3) 2, Winter Haven (7-2) 2.

Class 5A
Record Pts Prv
1. Pensacola Catholic (13) 10-0 147 2
2. Tallahassee Godby 8-1 130 3
3. Plantation American Heritage (1) 8-1 111 4 (tie)
4. Merritt Island (1) 9-0 100 4 (tie)
5. Pensacola West Florida 8-1 91 1
6. Jacksonville Bishop Kenny 8-0 72 6
7. Bushnell South Sumter 9-0 66 7
8. Tallahassee Rickards 8-1 49 8
9. Live Oak Suwannee 7-1 21 10
10. Wauchula Hardee County 8-1 13 NR
OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Immokalee 10 (6-2), Palm Bay 7 (7-2), Crawfordville Wakulla 5 (7-2), Fort Lauderdale Cardinal Gibbons (7-2) 3.

Class 4A
Record Pts Prv
1. Miami Washington (15) 10-0 150 1
2. Cocoa 8-1 132 2
3. Fort Lauderdale University 8-1 122 3
4. Jacksonville Raines 7-2 85 4
5. Clewiston 8-1 49 5
OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Jacksonville Bolles School (7-2) 31, Fort White (6-1) 25, Cocoa Space Coast (6-3) 6.

Class 3A
Record Pts Prv
1. Tampa Catholic (8) 8-1 139 1
2. Jacksonville Trinity Christian (4) 7-1 135 2
3. Melbourne Central Catholic (3) 9-0 123 4
4. Miami Westminster Christian 8-1 107 5
5. Clearwater Central Catholic 7-2 84 3
OTHER RECEIVING VOTE: Ocala Trinity Catholic 12 (7-3).

Class 2A
Record Pts Prv
1. Hialeah Champagnat Catholic (14) 9-0 149 1
2. South Daytona Warner Christian 7-1 132 2
3. Jacksonville University Christian (1) 7-2 117 3
4. Tallahassee North Florida Christian 7-2 99 4
5. Naples First Baptist 8-1 79 NR
OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Largo Indian Rocks (7-2) 12, Lakeland Victory Christian (6-3) 6, Miami Dade Christian (5-4) 6.

Class 1A
Record Pts Prv
1. Blountstown (12) 9-0 147 1
2. Cross City Dixie County (3) 8-0 138 2
3. Lake Butler Union County 8-1 111 3
4. Trenton 7-1 106 5
5. Baker School 9-0 62 NR
OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES: Mayo Lafayette (7-1-1) 30, Bristol Liberty County (7-2) 6.

November 04, 2013

St. Thomas Aquinas running back Madre London orally commits to Michigan State

The cat has been let out the bag.  Madre London is going to be a Spartan.

London, a Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas running back, publically announced his oral commitment to Michigan State on Monday, over finalists Nebraska, Wisconsin, and Illinois, after notifying the Spartans’ coaching staff last Tuesday of his intentions.

London becomes the 17th commitment in the Class of 2014 for Spartans coach Mark Dantonio. He’ll compete with the two players currently committed, and a roster with seven more tailbacks on the roster. Despite the numbers, London’s relationship with MSU’s staff, primarily offensive line coach Mark Staten, was an instrumental part in his decision to join the Spartans.

“[Staten] is really easy to talk and basically the whole staff is,” London said on Thursday. “He understands how the recruiting process so he doesn’t try to pressure me or anything. They told me who all they’re recruiting at running back and who they’re taking in and from my perspective, that’s a respectful coach. That’s the type of coach I’d like to play for.

“He’s laid back, funny and makes a lot of jokes and stuff. And for him being an O-line coach, he knows what type of running back he’s looking for so his boys can block for me.”

Playing in the competitive Big Ten and hopefully a BCS bowl every year were also contributing factors for London, who said “In the Big Ten, they breed big O-lineman and big running backs, and I love to run downhill and be on the rushing attack.”

London took official visits to his final four schools — Nebraska on Sept. 7; Wisconsin on Sept. 21; MSU on Oct. 11 and Illinois on Oct. 18 — before canceling visits to Virginia and Pittsburgh after seeing all he needed to see.

London had a great time on his visit to East Lansing, Mich., where former Davie University School wide receiver Macgarrett Kings Jr. was his host.

“My visit was Macgarrett was fun,” London said. “He was basically telling me how the coaching staff is, how things didn’t turn out right for him in his freshman year, but he had to get it together and now in his sophomore year, he’s doing real good.

“He said the coaches keep it really honest with him.”

Insider info — if you will

London, who considers teammate Corey Holmes — a Notre Dame oral commitment — one of his closest friends, was at Holmes’ Under Armour All-American jersey presentation on Oct. 9.

London had a conversation with Holmes’ father, David, who inquired about London’s future plans. During the talk, David Holmes said, “Oh that’s nice. You’ll be near Corey, and you guys can visit each others on the weekends.

Michigan State is roughly 2 ½ hours (more than 150 miles away) from Notre Dame.

London considers Corey Holmes a brother, and said, “We’re real close. We joke around a lot. We’re best friends and we tell each other everything.

“Hopefully in the end, he’ll do [well] and I’ll do [well], and we can see each other on another level.”

November 02, 2013

Florida State Scoreboard - Week 10

FRIDAY’S GAMES
Anclote 35, Hudson 14
Apopka 45, Olympia 17
Armwood 38, Chamberlain 7
Astronaut 21, Titusville 14
Atlantic Coast 35, Buchholz 21
Auburndale 34, Poinciana 15
Avon Park 49, Lake Placid 28
Baker School 24, Northview 20
Bartram Trail 31, Nease 17
Belen Jesuit 28, Miami Ferguson 14
Bell 52, Hawthorne 14
Berkeley Prep 21, Frostproof 3
Bishop Kenny 38, Baker County 20
Bishop Moore 21, Eustis 3
Blanche Ely 45, Oakland Park Northeast 12
Boca Raton Community 21, John I. Leonard 7
Bolles School 45, West Nassau County 18
Boone 63, Colonial 13
Boynton Beach 35, Hallandale 7
Bradenton Christian 50, Keswick Christian 15
Cardinal Mooney 35, Bishop Verot 10
Carrollwood Day 28, Northside Christian 7
Chaminade-Madonna College Prep 42, Glades Day 7
Champagnat Catholic 56, Highlands Christian 2
Charles Flanagan 34, Western 10
Choctawhatchee 19, Ft. Walton Beach 7
Citrus 29, Lake Weir 0
Clewiston 27, LaBelle 20, OT
Cocoa 42, Jones 0
Cocoa Beach 19, Eau Gallie 14
Columbia 68, Middleburg 8
Coral Gables 24, Miami Beach 14
Coral Springs 39, Douglas 36
Cornerstone Charter 49, Merritt Island Christian 0
Cottondale 30, Graceville 14
Crescent City 42, Taylor 7
Crestview 17, Niceville 12
Cypress Bay 37, McArthur 14
Davidson, Ala. 24, Navarre 21
Deerfield Beach 42, South Plantation 16
DeLand 14, Lake Brantley 6
Delray American Heritage 28, Cardinal Newman 14
Deltona 48, Pine Ridge 6
Dillard 34, Archbishop McCarthy 3
Dr. Phillips 42, Orlando Freedom 14
Dwyer 41, West Boca Raton Community 17
East Bay 10, Durant 7
East Gadsden 14, Walton 7
East Lake 49, St. Petersburg Northeast 6
Edgewater 33, South Lake 20
Escambia 63, Pensacola Washington 10
Estero 41, Palmetto Ridge 21
Faith Christian 69, Citrus Park Christian 13
First Coast 40, Sandalwood 21
Fleming Island 48, Creekside 14
Fletcher 27, Oakleaf 16
Florida 17, Marianna 7
Fort Lauderdale University 49, Island Coast 7
Fort Pierce Central 49, Treasure Coast 0
Fort Pierce Westwood 7, Doral Academy Charter 6
Fort White 34, Taylor County 19
Gainesville 20, Lincoln 14
Gaither 35, George Steinbrenner 30
Gateway 41, Celebration 0
Gateway Charter 54, St. Stephen's Episcopal 41
Gibbs 48, Dunedin 6
Glades Central 49, North Broward 14
Godby 28, New Smyrna Beach 13
Golden Gate 35, Gulf Coast 23
Gulf 48, Wesley Chapel 0
Gulf Breeze 42, Arnold 23
Gulliver Prep 17, Monsignor Pace 10
Hamilton County 33, Jefferson County 16
Hardee 26, DeSoto County 7
Harvest Community School 26, Duval Charter 22
Heritage 41, Bayside 28
Hernando 35, Brooksville Central 6
Hialeah-Miami Lakes 43, Goleman 38
Hillsborough 40, Robinson 10
Homestead 22, Miami Northwestern 12
Ida S. Baker 53, East Lee County 7
Immokalee 20, Lely 14
Jay 47, Freeport 14
Jefferson 56, Blake 0
Jensen Beach 27, Okeechobee 20
Jesuit 35, Middleton 0
Jupiter Christian 68, Boca Raton Christian 26
Kathleen 24, Lakeland 3
King 53, Leto 25
Kissimmee Osceola 41, St. Cloud 0
Lafayette 49, Branford 7
Lake Gibson 30, Sebring 7
Lake Howell 44, East River 15
Lake Mary 48, University (Orange City) 13
Lake Mary Prep 28, First Academy-Orlando 10
Lake Nona 56, Harmony 7
Lake Wales 76, Tenoroc 0
Lake Worth 35, Atlantic Community 32
Largo 52, Dixie Hollins 12
Leesburg 35, Lake Minneola 7
Lemon Bay 42, Cypress Lake 0
Leon 41, Chiles 7
Maclay 34, P.K. Yonge 18
Madison County 35, Fernandina Beach 7
Mainland 17, Seabreeze 0
Manatee 48, Palm Harbor University 14
Mandarin 21, Flagler Palm Coast 20
Melbourne 33, Sebastian River 14
Melbourne Central Catholic 59, Holy Trinity Episcopal 21
Menendez 27, Ridgeview 21
Merritt Island 20, Rockledge 3
Miami Carol City 27, Miami Norland 12 Miami Jackson 50, Key West 7
Miami Killian 24, Miami Southridge 0
Miami Palmetto 23, Boyd Anderson 20
Milton 21, Pace 14
Miramar 60, Cooper City 0
Monarch 55, Coral Glades 6
Montverde Academy 49, City of Life 0 Moore Haven 35, St. John Neumann 6
Mosley 21, Bay 0
Mount Dora Bible 27, First Academy-Leesburg 10
Naples 30, Barron Collier 14
Nature Coast Tech 19, Weeki Wachee 12
Newsome 31, Riverview 7
North Marion 59, Belleview 7
Nova 13, Hollywood Hills 0
Ocala Christian Academy 30, Temple Christian 28
Ocala Trinity Catholic 54, Father Lopez Catholic 20
Ocala Vanguard 34, Ocala Forest 6
Ocoee 44, East Ridge 7
Orlando Christian 28, Oviedo Master's Academy 0
Orlando University 29, Hagerty 14
Oxbridge Academy 52, Berean Christian 6
Pahokee 34, King's Academy 13
Palatka 35, Ponte Vedra 20
Palm Bay 42, Satellite 6
Palm Beach Central 40, Park Vista Community 13
Palm Beach Gardens 20, Wellington 9
Pasco 24, Zephyrhills 16
Pensacola Catholic 31, West Florida 13
Pine Forest 21, Pensacola 20
Pinellas Park 46, Countryside 10
Plant City 26, Brandon 3
Plant 56, Alonso 27
Plantation American Heritage 71, Cardinal Gibbons 24
Port Charlotte 33, Charlotte 28
Port St. Joe 24, Liberty County 7
Raines 23, Lakewood 7
Reagan/Doral 42, Hialeah Gardens 0
Rickards 22, Wakulla 16
Ridge Community 35, Bartow 6
Ridgewood 29, River Ridge 27
Rocky Bayou Christian 35, Aucilla Christian 6
Royal Palm Beach 42, Palm Beach Lakes 30
Santa Fe 35, Eastside 30
Santa Fe Catholic 31, All Saints 13
Santaluces 48, Spanish River 19
Sarasota 41, Lakewood Ranch 14
Sarasota Riverview 29, St. Petersburg 3
Seminole 41, Clearwater 6
Seminole Ridge 41, Jupiter 21
Sickles 35, Tampa Bay Tech 8
South Broward 28, West Broward 7
South Dade 19, Coral Reef Senior 3
South Fork 21, Port St. Lucie 14
South Fort Myers 49, Lehigh 15
South Miami 21, Miami 20, OT
South Walton 49, Bozeman School 21
Southwest Miami 39, Varela 0
Spoto 21, Lennard 6
Springstead 34, Land O'Lakes 21
Spruce Creek 44, Lyman 21
St. Augustine 28, Matanzas 0
St. Thomas Aquinas 16, Plantation 6
Suncoast 28, Pembroke Pines 7
Sunlake 37, Fivay 3
Suwannee 27, Crystal River 7
Tampa Catholic 56, Bishop McLaughlin 3
Tampa Freedom 33, Wiregrass Ranch 13
Taravella 49, Piper 19
Tarpon Springs 67, Boca Ciega 22
Tavares 28, Mount Dora 27
The Villages 40, Interlachen 6
Timber Creek 22, Oviedo 21
Trinity Prep 21, Orangewood Christian 7
Umatilla 28, Trinity Christian-Deltona 14
Venice 48, Seminole Osceola 0
Vernon 35, Sneads 19
Vero Beach 37, St. Lucie Centennial 33
Victory Christian 38, Out-of-Door Academy 3
Viera 48, Martin County 31
Village Academy 64, Inlet Grove 0
West Orange 50, Evans 14
West Port 48, Wildwood 14
Westminster Christian 42, St. Edward's 6
Wharton 30, Bloomingdale 23
Windermere Prep 37, Central Florida Christian 0
Winter Haven 39, Lake Region 7
Winter Park 61, Cypress Creek 21
Winter Springs 23, Wekiva 14
Yulee 55, Stanton College Prep 13

THURSDAY’S GAMES
Boca Raton Olympic Heights 35, Forest Hill 26
Bradenton IMG 19, Clearwater Central Catholic 13
Cocoa Space Coast 24, Atlantic 9
Fort Lauderdale Strahanan 18, Coconut Creek 13
Fort Pierce John Carroll 40, Coral Springs Charter 14
Jacksonville Ed White 62, Parker 14
Jacksonville Paxon 26, Forrest 8
Jacksonville Ribault 34, Wolfson 6
Miami Christopher Columbus 42, Coral Park 0
Miami Dade Christian 37, Barrington Christian 6
Miami Springs 42, Mourning 7
North Miami 42, Dr. Krop 0
Orange Park 34, Englewood 0
St. Augustine Florida Deaf 24