November 10, 2014

Northwestern DB Deandre Baker is a US Army All-American

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            Northwestern defensive back Deandre Baker accepted his invitation Monday to the U.S. Army All-American Bowl in San Antonio. Baker, a University of Georgia commit, is one of 12 South Florida players that are expected to participate in this season’s game which will be played Jan. 3 at the Alamodome in San Antonio.

            Baker has been a key player in Northwestern’s return to the playoffs this season.

            “It’s great to be able to represent my community and my friends on this kind of a stage,” Baker said. “It’s going to be cool to join some great names that have been in this game.”

 

17th Annual Miami-Dade North vs. South All-Star Football Game to be held on Dec. 20

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MIAMI - It's simply an event like no other held in the country.

The most prestigious areas in the country, the hotbed for high school football talent, will once again shine in the spotlight as the 17th edition of the Tournament of Champions Miami-Dade All-Star Football Game will take place on Saturday, Dec. 20th at Curtis Park (1901 NW 24th Avenue) in Miami.

The game, which had long featured the best of Miami-Dade and Broward - and most recently - other athletes from southeast and southwest Florida - has returned to its roots this year with a showdown between the best of 305 - when the lines are drawn and the county is split into North and South.

"This is high school football at its very finest," said game founder and organizer Wesley Frater. "Look on any NFL roster or watch a collegiate game on Saturdays and you will find that Miami-Dade County, the 305 area code is well represented."

This year game, which will feature coaches from Coral Gables on the South team - and a combined effort between defending national champion Booker T. Washington and Carol City on the North squad will roll out some of the finest players in the country.

Among the players representing the South squad include Syracuse University commit Doyle Grimes (South Dade), Temple-bound standout Jotae Barrett (Homestead), Wisconsin commit Dominic Sheppard (Gulliver Prep) and USF commit Trevon Sands (Southwest Miami) among other quality prospects.

The North team is also well stocked with quality football talent such as FIU commits in quarterback commit Maurice Alexander and defensive back Ocie Rose (Booker T. Washington), UAB running back commitment Michael Frederick (Champagnat Catholic). Ohio State defensive back commit Carlton Davis (Norland) and Kentucky bound defensive back Jeremiah Dinson (American) as well as other high level recruits.

"The players in this game are among the elite in the country," said longtime talent evaluator Larry Blustein. "The players in south Florida may be headed to other games across the country and locally, but this is one that they want to take part in. This is certainly for pride and prestige."
 

The kickoff is slated for 7 p.m. and tickets are Student Tickets are $12 for ADULTS and $10.75 for STUDENTS with ID. For information, call 305-910-9019 or visit Bleechr.com.

ELITE UNDERCLASS COMBINE TO BE HELD EARLIER IN THE DAY
In addition the North vs. South All-Star event, the day will start off with a prestigious underclassmen combine that will feature some of the best up-and-coming football prospects the entire south Florida region has to offer.

The combine will be the first forum of the off season to get rising seniors, juniors and sophomores into the spotlight. Every player that attends will be listed and promoted along with player evaluations and videos that they have had from this past year.

"This is a chance for many underclassmen in Miami-Dade, Broward, Monroe, Collier and Palm Beach to come down and get on the map," said Larry Blustein. "We promoted over 4,500 players this year and the college response was overwhelming, so any player attending this event will get out there for all to see and start the ball rolling for the upcoming season."

The combine is just $45 - which is a small price to pay to get on the map and learn some football techniques from coaches who know what it takes to get to that next level.

For information, call 305-910-9019. http://www.bleechr.com/305.

TOC 305 SOUTH ALL STAR ROSTER
QUARTERBACKS
P.J. Coats, 6-2, 220, South Dade
Jowan Watson, 6-0, 195, Gulliver Prep
Deundre Pickett-White, 6-0, 190, Southwest Miami

RUNNING BACKS
Wade Collier, 5-8, 180, Homestead
Johnnie Hankins, 5-10, 195, South Dade
Hans Supre, 5-8, 170, Coral Gables

RECEIVERS
Frank Battle, 6-4, 200, Belen Jesuit
Raymond Gage, 5-10, 170, Keys Gate Charter
Chris Linares, 6-0, 175, Braddock
Austin Maloney, 5-11, 175, Christopher Columbus
Anthony Olivencia, 6-2, 190, Killian
Shaquery Wilson, 6-3, 190, Coral Gables

TIGHT END
Andres Saldivar, 6-2, 210, Coral Gables

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN
Jose Garcia, 6-2, 280, Killian
Alex Helms, 6-5, 310, Westminster Christian
DeAndre McCrae, 6-4, 280, Southridge
Andy Moreira, 6-1, 270, Coral Gables
Jake Perez, 5-11, 210, Southwest Miami
Jake  Rodriguez, 6-6, 320, Belen Jesuit
Jason Rodriguez, 6-1, 265, Christopher Columbus

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN
DE - Shawn Curtis, 6-3, 240, Reagan
Dhany Dye, 6-3, 345, Coral Gables
DE -  Kenneth Herring, 6-2, 220, Coral Gables
DE - Damien Horton, 6-3, 215, Killian
Jarred McGhee, 6-0, 265, Coral Gables
DE - Eric Santil, 6-2, 190, Homestead
Joe Suarez, 6-3, 230, South Dade
Marcus Stevenson, Southridge

LINEBACKERS
James Bowe, 6-2, 190, Killian
Rashad Broadway, 5-10, 200, Westminster Christian
Bruce Davis, 6-1, 195, Killian
Doyle Grimes, 6-2, 200, South Dade
Dominic Sheppard, 6-2, 225, Gulliver Prep
Jontavis Testa, 6-0, 205, Coral Gables

DEFENSIVE BACKS
Jhovante Dean, 6-1, 170, South Dade
S - Terill Hanks, 6-2, 200, LaSalle
Tobias Moss, 5-10, 170, Westminster Christian
Sheldrick Redwine, 6-1, 190, Killian
S - Elijah Reed, 6-4, 195, South Miami
S - Anthony Sotolongo, 6-1, 195, Gulliver Prep
Andrew Spence, 6-2, 180, Coral Gables
S - Tadarius Wilson, 5-10, 170, South Dade

ATHLETES
Jimmy Armstrong, 5-9, 170, Westminster Christian
Jonte Barrett, 5-8, 160, Homestead
Tucker Beirne, 6-2, 225, Christopher Columbus
Jordan Cronkite, 5-11, 195, Westminster Christian
Emilio Gibbs, 6-0, 230, Coral Gables
Tim Irvin, 5-9, 185, Westminster Christian
Jaquan Johnson, 5-11, 190, Killian
Trevon Sands, 5-10, 180, Southwest Miami

SPECIALIST
Uriel Hernandez, 5-6, 180, Homestead

TOC 305 NORTH ALL STAR ROSTER
QUARTERBACKS
Maurice Alexander, 6-0, 180, Booker T. Washington
Gerald Anderson, 5-11, 200, Miami Springs
Hilton Joseph, 5-11, 165, North Miami

RUNNING BACKS
Markel Anderson, 5-9, 180, Miami Beach
Ronneldon Ellington, 5-10, 180, Carol City
Michael Frederick, 5-10, 185, Champagnat
Cedric Miller, 5-10, 180, Central
Mark Walton, 5-11, 190, Booker T. Washington

RECEIVERS
Steven Claude, 6-2, 190, Champagnat
Tavaris Harrison, 6-3, 190, North Miami
Anthony Jones, 5-11, 195, Central
Johnny Rembert, 5-10, 175, Miami Springs
Victor Sam, 6-0, 185, North Miami
Vaquan Small, 6-2, 180, Booker T. Washington

OFFENSIVE LINEMEN
Marquise Barnes, 6-5, 300, Hialeah Miami Lakes
Samuel Dervil, 6-4, 275, Northwestern
William Gordon, 6-3, 300, Norland
Jason Jean, 6-4, 290, Central
Deiontae Lynch, 6-2, 270, Booker T. Washington
Sylvester Robzel, 6-3, 320, Central
Michael Sawyer, 6-1, 280, Carol City
Christian Strachan, 6-4, 315, Champagnat Catholic
Ben Tirolia, 6-3, 300, Booker T. Washington
Clayton Cobb, 6-1, 280, Booker T. Washington

DEFENSIVE LINEMEN
Keivonnis Davis, 6-4, 235, Central
DE - Andre Duncombe, 6-1, 190, Booker T. Washington
DE - Rodrick Golden, 5-11, 215, Mater Academy
DE - Irick McDonald, 6-5, 215, Miami Springs
Jay Ortiz, 6-3, 255, Mater Academy
DE - Dwayne Paddyfoot, 6-3, 215, Mater Academy
Fermin Silva, 6-2, 225, Central

LINEBACKERS
James Bell, 5-9, 190, North Miami
Marquis Couch, 6-1, 225, Central
Rayshad Jackson, 6-1, 215, Norland
James King, 6-1, 200, Booker T. Washington
Tyrone Robinson, 6-0, 210, Booker T. Washington

DEFENSIVE BACKS

S - Xavier Bailey, 5-11, 175, Northwestern
Olin Cushion III, 5-10, 170, Central
S - Carlton Davis, 6-2, 180, Norland
Davante Davis, 6-2, 200, Booker T. Washington

Jeremiah Dinson, 6-0, 180, American
Rashad Fenton, 6-1, 190, Carol City
Karon Jackson, 5-9, 170, American
S - Terry Jefferson, 5-10, 170, Booker T. Washington
S - Robert Knowles, 6-0, 180, Edison

S - Khalid McGee, 6-0, 180, Northwestern

S - Ocie Rose, 6-2, 190, Booker T. Washington

SPECIALIST

Baymar Piraquvie, 6-0, 175, Central

ATHLETES
Shaquille Green, 5-8, 160, Booker T. Washington
Tovias Parker, 5-11, 170, Jackson
Cedric Wiggins, 6-1, 190, North Miami Beach

November 08, 2014

Dade and Broward football first round playoff schedule

THURSDAY

Region 4-8A quarterfinal: NMB at Columbus, 5

Region 4-4A semifinal at Traz: Booker T. vs. Somerset Academy, 7:30

 

FRIDAY

Region 3-8A quarterfinal at Deerfield Beach: Miramar vs. Monarch, 7:30

Region 3-8A quarterfinal: Coral Springs at Flanagan, 7:30

Region 4-8A quarterfinal at North Miami:Coral Gables vs. North Miami, 7:30

Region 4-8A quarterfinal: Southridge at Belen, 3

Region 4-8A quarterfinal at Tropical: Killian vs. Southwest, 7:30

Region 4-7A quarterfinal at Milander: American vs. Plantation, 7

Region 4-7A quarterfinal: Mater Academy at St. Thomas Aquinas, 7:30

Region 4-7A quarterfinal: Delray Atlantic at Blanche Ely, 7:30

Region 4-7A quarterfinal: Fort Lauderdale at Royal Palm Beach, 7:30

Region 4-6A quarterfinal at Traz: Boynton Beach vs. Central, 7:30

Region 4-6A quarterfinal: Northwestern at Hallandale, 7:30

Region 4-5A quarterfinal: Immokalee at American Heritage, 7:30

Region 4-5A quarterfinal: Jackson at Naples Lely, 7:30

Region 4-4A semifinal: Gulliver at Belle Glade Glades Central, 7:30

Region 4-3A semifinal: WPB Cardinal Newman at Westminster Christian, 2:30

Region 4-3A semifinal: Chaminade-Madonna at Delray American Heritage, 7:30

Region 4-2A semifinal at Betty Ferguson Park: Champagnat vs. Jupiter Chr., 7

Region 4-2A semifinal: Dade Christian at Belle Glade Glades Day, 7:30

November 07, 2014

'Humble' Calvin Brewton accepts Army All-American jersey, remains solid to Florida State

Calvin Brewton easily posed for at least 100 pictures with family and friends in the Miami Central auditorium after his U.S. Army All-American jersey presentation on Friday.

Central coach Roland Smith even dubbed it Calvin Brewton day at the school.

Brewton, the modest Central senior safety and Florida State commit, will play in one of the nation’s premier high school football all-star games on Jan. 3, 2015. And while all the attention was something Brewton took in stride, it was also well deserved.

“It’s a celebration,” Brewton said. It means so much to me, my family and also the school because I’m the school’s first U.S. Army All-American.

“It’s like I made history today.”

More than 20 family members and players on the Central football team gathered for Brewton, a quiet kid who’s been respectful and receptive to everyone he encounters.

“Calvin is a very humble kid. And with all of his God-given talents, he’s never looked down on nobody or thought he was bigger than [anyone else],” Miami Central principal Gregory Bethune said. “That draws people to him. He’s an outstanding kid.”

Since his pledge to FSU in January, Brewton has remained a firm commit despite hearing from Louisville and Notre Dame. He plans on majoring in business when he gets to FSU.

“He loves Florida State,” Brewton’s mother Calneitha Miller said unequivocally after the ceremony. “He’s been determined on where he wants to go.”

Da’vante Phillips update: Phillips says Miami has been coming on strong, sending him messages every day in an attempt to get him to stay in South Florida, but Florida State still remains as his top school. Phillips, who plans on graduating in December, plans to announce his commitment to a school towards the end of December/beginning of January. Phillips will participate in the Under Armour All-America game on Jan. 2, 2015 in St. Petersburg.

Florida State commit Sh'Mar Kilby Lane becomes Hallandale's first Army All-American

Life came full circle for Hallandale coach Dameon Jones and the parents of star linebacker Sh’Mar Kilby-Lane on Wednesday.

Kilby-Lane was honored at his school as a U.S. Army All-American, the first Army All-American in Hallandale’s history while the Chargers are in the midst of their winningest football season to date.

The event was something Jones, Kilby-Lane’s step father Omar Brown and mother Shanette Kilby could not fathom when they were students roaming the halls at Hallandale. Jones and Brown played on the Hallandale football team during their time at the school. Kilby, on the other hand, was pregnant with her son.

“It means a lot to me. It really does,” Kilby said. “I put my dreams on hold so that he could have better and do better. So it means the world to me.”

Kilby had aspirations to study mortuary science in college, but opted to provide for her son instead. Now Kilby-Lane is currently committed to attend and play football at Florida State University if he signs with the Seminoles on National Signing Day in February.

“I’ve been through a lot with Sh’Mar, just keeping focused and staying on track,” Kilby said. “I always known he was something special on the football field.”

Going to Hallandale was in the cards for Kilby-Lane, who has helped Hallandale (9-0) to the school’s first district title and undefeated regular season.

“This honor means everything to me,” Kilby-Lane said. “I feel very excited. I just don’t show it that much. But I feel very excited.”

Kilby-Lane’s jersey presentation and Hallandale’s recent success have been “a beautiful thing to see” for Brown, who used to play quarterback.

“Sh’mar actually thought I was a bench rider until he actually got here and Coach Jones really let him know what I did,” Brown said with a laugh. “Sh’Mar is a great kid. I’ve been with him since he was 7 so just to watch him come from that to here is a moment you really can’t explain.”

Irvin, Rumph named as coaches in the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl

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ROCKAWAY, N.J. – The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is proud to announce the coaching staff for the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Coach Gabe Infante of St. Joseph’s Preparatory School (Philadelphia, Pa.) and Scott Altenberg of Junipero Serra High School (Gardena, Calif.) have been selected to coach the East and West squads, respectively, in the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl. Infante and Altenberg will lead their all-star teams consisting of the top high school talent from across the nation on the field Saturday, Jan. 3, 2015, at 1 p.m. EST at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas.

Assistant coaches Sedric Irvin from Miami Westminster Christian and Mike Rumph from defending 5A state champion Plantation American Heritage, have been added to the East staff as assistant coaches.

Coach Gabe Infante Highlights (East):
Infante has been the head football coach at St. Joseph’s Prep since 2010, compiling a record of 37-18 and winning the 2013 Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association (PIAA) AAAA Championship while also capturing the Catholic League and District 12 City Championships. The 2013 team finished in the top 40 nationally and No. 1 in Pennsylvania. Infante earned Coach of the Year honors for his efforts, and entering into 2014, Prep was ranked in the top 20 in the nation and No. 1 in Pennsylvania.

"I am honored to be selected to represent our school and community in the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl and to be a part of the incredible tradition the game has established," said Infante.

Coach Scott Altenberg Highlights (West):
Altenberg has 16 seasons under his belt as head coach at Junipero Serra and has seen many alumni go on to success at the collegiate level. Altenberg is responsible for the development of three Southern Cal wide receivers: George Farmer, Robert Woods and Marqise Lee. Altenberg really has the Cavalier program humming, winning CIF-Southern Section State Championships in 2009, 2010 and 2012. He was honored as CIF-Southern Section Coach of the Year after a 14-1 2010 season.

“It is one of the greatest honors of my coaching career to be named the West head coach of the U.S Army All-American Bowl,” said Altenberg. “I believe the game represents everything that is great about high school football – young men at the top of their game, competing against each other, while honoring the great men and women who fight to protect our country. It's an awesome event and I'm ecstatic to be a part of it.”

The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is also proud to announce the assistant coaches for the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl.

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The following are the coaching staffs for the 2015 U.S. Army All-American Bowl (listed alphabetically with the head coach listed first):
2015 East Coaches:
Gabe Infante, St. Joseph’s Preparatory School, Philadelphia, PA.
Kyle Hockman, McEachern High School, Powder Springs, GA.
Sedrick Irvin, Miami Westminster Christian School, Palmetto Bay, FL.
Tim Roken, St. Joseph’s Preparatory School, Philadelphia, PA.
Mike Rumph, American Heritage School, Plantation, FL.
Steve Specht, St. Xavier High School, Cincinnati, OH.
Bob Sphire, North Gwinnett High School, Suwanee, GA.
Ryan Sulkowski, Coffee County Central High School, Manchester, TN.

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2015 West Coaches:
Scott Altenberg, Junipero Serra High School, Gardena, CA.
David Beaudin, Saint Mary’s Hall, San Antonio, TX.
Josh Dabbs, Junipero Serra High School, Gardena, CA.
Mike Kirschner, Ben Davis High School, Indianapolis, IN.
Mark Smith, James Madison High School, San Antonio, TX.
Kevin Stilling, Wood River High School, Hailey, ID.
Gary Swenson, Valley High School, West Des Moines, IA.
Jeremy Thielbahr, Eastside Catholic High School, Sammamish, WA.

“Coaches play an important role in the positive development of America’s youth,” said Mark S. Davis, deputy assistant secretary of the Army for marketing. “The coaches and assistant coaches chosen for the U.S. Army All-American Bowl are highly accomplished and respected leaders, who like our Army Soldiers, base their leadership on a set of core values. We are proud to honor all of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl coaches and congratulate each of them on their selection.”

For more than 14 years, the U.S. Army All-American Bowl has been the nation’s premier high school football game, serving as the preeminent launching pad for America’s future college and NFL stars. Andrew Luck, Patrick Peterson and Jamaal Charles made their national debuts as U.S. Army All-Americans. In the 2014 NFL Draft, there were a total of seven U.S. Army All-American Bowl Alumni drafted in the first round. The 2014 U.S. Army All-American Bowl drew a crowd of 40,017 to the Alamodome and was the most-watched sporting event on television over the weekend, excluding the NFL playoffs.

The U.S. Army All-American Bowl is owned and produced by All American Games, a New Jersey-based sports marketing and event management company. The U.S. Army is the title sponsor of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, and American Family Insurance is the lead national sponsor and presenting sponsor of the telecast on NBC. Other national sponsors include American Family Insurance, adidas, NBC, Gatorade, San Antonio Visitors Bureau, 247Sports, XOS Digital, NCSA, Lockheed Martin, Xenith, Battle Sports Science, Eastbay, EvoShield, 23 Blast Movie, NewTek and Football University. National sponsors of the U.S. Army All-American Marching Band include the National Association for Music Education, Drum Corps International, Jupiter Wind Instruments, Mapex Marching Percussion, Majestic Concert Percussion and DeMoulin Uniforms.

For more information on the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and its related events visit usarmyallamericanbowl.com and goarmy.com/events/aab or the official Facebook and Twitter pages located at facebook.com/USArmyAllAmericanBowl, facebook.com/USAAAMB and twitter.com/armyallamerican.

November 06, 2014

Booker T. Washington, Gulliver hosting Hall of Fame ceremonies Saturday

-Gulliver is inducting four of its former athletes and a tennis coach into the school’s 2014 Athletic Hall of Fame Saturday at 6 p.m. at a ceremony at Gulliver’s Preparatory School campus, located at 6575 N. Kendall Drive in Pinecrest.

            Three-sport athlete Shundra Colzie, who won more than 400 games and matches will be joined by tennis Coach Kelly Mulligan who has won 15 state titles.

Track and field star Bryan Sharkey, who was recently the second-fastest Florida runner at the New York City Marathon, and swimmers Matt Sullivan and Paul Wallace will also be inducted.  

Tickets are $75 per person and tables of 10 are available for $1,000. To order tickets and/or place a tribute message in the event program, please visit www.gulliverschools.org/halloffame or call 786.709.4073.

 

            -The Booker T. Washington High School Alumni Athlete Club, Inc. will be hosting its 25th annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony Saturday at the Renaissance Ballroom located at 5910 SW 8 St., in Miami.

            The ceremony will induct 16 new members into its school Hall of Fame including former football coach Tim “Ice” Harris, now the running backs coach at the University of Miami. Harris led the Tornadoes to three state championships and a national championship last season.

            The reception begins at 7 p.m. and formal attire is required. Tickets are $50.

            For more information, contact Willie Warren at 305-542-0632 or Kathryn Hepburn at 305-542-0632.

Dolphins Salute Youth and High School Teams, Coaches at Charger game

Every home game during the 2014 season, the Miami Dolphins highlight the top players, coaches and teams across south Florida in youth football and high school football.

Last Sunday, during the Dolphins' impressive win over the San Diego Chargers, fans attending the game had the chance to see some of the finest this area of the state has to offer.

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The PPO Mighty Mites from the American Youth Football League were honored on the field by the Miami Dolphins as Coach Philbin’s Youth Team of the Week presented by Walgreens at Sun Life Stadium. The PPO Mighty Mights coach is Craig Stricklin.

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Running Back Nigel White of the Plantation Wildcats 125s in the American Youth Football League was honored as the Youth Player of the Week presented by Under Armour and Dolphins' Troy Drayton. Nigel White is coached by Robert Jones.

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Quarterback Jhakari Harrison of Coconut Creek High School was honored as the High School Player of the Week presented by Under Armour and Dolphins' Troy Drayton. Jakari Harrison is coached by Kareem Reed.

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Cory Johnson of Miami Killian High School was honored as the High School Coach of the Week by Under Armour and Dolphins' Troy Drayton.

Photos Courtesy of the Miami Dolphins.

'14 Florida High School Football Scoreboard - Week 11

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SATURDAY’S GAMES
Hialeah Gardens 26, Goleman 16
Fort Lauderdale vs. Stranahan, Postponed
Jacksonville Raines 19, Ribault 6
Miami Coral Park 18, Sunset 14
Miami Westminster Christian 35, New Generation Prep 0
Pompano Beach Blanche Ely 28, Dillard 19

FRIDAY’S SCORES
Admiral Farragut (St. Petersburg) 28, Warner Christian 7
Armwood (Seffner) 42, Strawberry Crest 0
Atlantic (Port Orange) 22, Palm Coast Matanzas 14
Atlantic Coast (Jacksonville) 28, Mandarin 20
Aucilla Christian 44, Beacon of Hope 22
Belen Jesuit (Miami) 20, Monsignor Pace 14
Bishop Kenny (Jacksonville) 31, Episcopal 14
Bishop Moore (Orlando) 55, Colonial 26
Bishop Snyder (Jacksonville) 10, St. Joseph 3
Bloomingdale (Valrico) 32, Middleton 0
Boca Raton Community 21, Palm Beach Lakes 13
Bolles School (Jacksonville) 37, Niceville 14
Booker (Sarasota), 20, Cardinal Mooney 9
Boone (Orlando) 24, Edgewater 14
Braden River (Bradenton) 37, DeSoto County 0
Brandon 40, Berkeley Prep 13
Bronson 22, P.K. Yonge 14
Buchholz (Gainesville) 24, Fort White 14
Cardinal Newman (W. Palm Beach) 42, Spanish River 15
Carrollwood Day (Tampa) 50, Shorecrest Prep 13
Chaminade-Madonna (Hollywood) 56, Highlands Christian 0
Charlotte (Punta Gorda) 49, East Lee County 6
Citrus (Inverness) 35, Crystal River 6
Clay (Green Cove Springs) 56, Middleburg 36
Clearwater 31, Boca Ciega 0
Clearwater Central Catholic 44, Anclote 7
Clewiston 44, Okeechobee 7
Cocoa 47, Rockledge 0
Columbia (Lake City) 42, Suwannee 14
Cooper City 49, West Broward 12
Coral Gables 30, Southwest Miami 19
Coral Springs 35, Cardinal Gibbons 34
Cypress Bay (Weston) 52, Oakland Park Northeast 3
Dade Christian (Miami) 41, Doral Academy Charter 7
Delray American Heritage 41, Heritage 28
Dixie County (Cross City) 38, Lafayette 20
Douglas (Parkland) 54, Nova 27
Dr. Phillips (Orlando) 37, Winter Park 24
East Lake (Tarpon Springs) 33, St. Petersburg 7
Eastside (Gainesville) 36, Bradford 28
Eau Gallie 16, Harmony 0
Estero 45, Cypress Lake 29
Father Lopez (Daytona Beach) 41, Taylor 10
First Academy-Orlando 38, Crescent City 34
Flagler Palm Coast 49, Spruce Creek 35
Fleming Island (Orange Park) 31, Orange Park 20
Fletcher (Neptune Beach) 41, Wolfson 6
Forest (Ocala) 48, Belleview 6
Forest Hill (W. Palm Beach) 30, Village Academy 26
Fort Meade 28, Tenoroc 9
Fort Myers 60, Dunbar 6
Freedom (Tampa) 18, Riverview 13
Frostproof 35, Bayshore 27
Gaither (Tampa) 38, Plant City 11
Gateway Charter (Fort Myers) 39, Canterbury 29
Gibbs (St. Petersburg) 22, Palm Harbour 19
Glades Central (Belle Glade) 23, Pahokee 14
George Jenkins (Lakeland) 21, Mulberry 11
Godby (Tallahassee) 22, Lincoln 17
Golden Gate (Naples) 24, Palmetto Ridge 21, OT
Graceville 49, Chipley 46
Gulliver Prep (Miami) 27, Keys Gate 7
Hardee (Wachula) 51, North Port 26
Hillsborough (Tampa) 42, Tampa Bay Tech 7
Hollywood Hills 52, McArthur 7
Holy Trinity Episcopal (Melbourne) 46, Foundation Academy 28
Hudson 34, Fivay 21
IMG Academy (Bradenton) 48, Champagnat Catholic 8
Indian Rocks (Largo) 50, Cambridge Christian 6
Jefferson (Tampa) 33, George Steinbrenner 19
Jensen Beach 29, Martin County 7
Jesuit (Tampa) 31, Tampa Catholic 28
Jupiter Christian 48, St. Edward's 6
Keswick Christian (St. Petersburg) 44, Faith Christian 22
Key West 42, Archbishop McCarthy 31
Lake Brantley (Altamonte Springs) 45, Winter Springs 36
Lake Butler Union County 60, Wildwood 6
Lake Gibson (Lakeland) 57, Ridge Community 0
Lake Mary 30, No. 13 Oviedo 20
Lake Minneola 41, East Ridge 3
Lake Nona (Orlando) 59, East River 33
Lake Wales 32, Bartow 18
Lakeland Christian 41, Agape Christian 6
Lakewood Ranch (Bradenton) 30, Port Charlotte 22
Largo 27, Countryside 20
Lecanto 32, Land O'Lakes 27
Lely (Naples) 28, Barron Collier 7
Lemon Bay (Englewood) 48, Lake Placid 19
Liberty (Kisimmee) 47, Poinciana 21
Liberty County (Bristol) 42, Sneads 6
Lyman (Longwood) 33, Lake Howell 13
Madison County 40, North Miami Beach 12
Mainland (Daytona Beach) 28, Fort Pierce Central 17
Manatee (Bradenton) 10, Venice 0
Marco Island Academy 49, All Saints' 28
Master's Academy (Oviedo) 62, Jacksonville Temple Christian 26
Mater Academy (Hialeah Gardens) 35, Somerset Academy 20
Melbourne 28, Astronaut 7
Merritt Island 21, Ponte Vedra 10
Miami Beach 27, Reagan 22
Miami High 45, Mourning 0
Miami Jackson 44, Northwestern 15
Miami Southridge 32, Braddock 0
Monarch (Coconut Creek) 49, Coconut Creek 12
Montverde Academy (Orlando) 49, Boca Raton Christian 7
Mosley (Lynn Haven) 26, Walton 13
Mount Dora Bible 48, First Academy-Leesburg 44
Naples 49, Island Coast 29
Nature Coast Tech (Brooksville) 24, Lake Weir 17
Newberry 33, Chiles 6
New Smyrna Beach 35, Treasure Coast 14
North Fort Myers 50, Bishop Verot 14
North Marion (Citra) 46, West Port 10
North Miami 42, Miami Edison 14
Northside Christian (St. Petersburg) 49, St. Petersburg Catholic 7
Oakleaf (Orange Park) 21, Menendez 12
Oak Ridge (Orlando) 36, Evans 6
Ocala Christian Academy 40, Santa Fe Catholic 18
Ocala Forest 48, Belleview 6
Orangewood Christian (Maitland) 16, Deltona Trinity Christian 6
Orlando Christian 29, Central Florida Christian 6
Oxbridge Academy (W. Palm Beach) 57, North Broward 15
Palm Bay 55, Bayside 0
Palmetto 56, Southeast 35
Paxon (Jacksonville) 28, Baldwin 6
Pinellas Park 27, Dunedin 17
Piper (Sunrise) 29, Everglades 19
Plantation 46, South Plantation 7
Plantation American Heritage 35, Kathleen 13
Port St. Joe 41, Arnold 35
Providence (Jacksonville) 30, Leon 17
R.E. Lee (Jacksonville) 26, Andrew Jackson 0
Ransom Everglades (Miami) 62, Miami Community Charter 7
Ridgeview (Orange Park) 28, Bartram Trail 21
Riverdale (Fort Myers) 27, Lehigh 13
River Ridge (New Port Richey) 28, Pasco 25
Riverview (Sarasota) 33, Sarasota 7
Royal Palm Beach 42, Seminole Ridge 26
Sandalwood (Jacksonville) 42, Terry Parker 6
Satellite 48, Cocoa Beach 13
Seabreeze (Daytona Beach) 40, Nease 28
Sebastian River 34, John Carroll Catholic 24
Seminole (Sanford) 37, Hagerty 19
Seven Rivers Christian (Lecanto) 53, Southwest Florida Christian 40
Sickles (Tampa) 41, Alonso 7
South Dade (Homestead) 28, Homestead 20
South Fork (Stuart) 33, Jupiter 12
South Fort Myers 34, Immokalee 3
South Lake (Groveland) 47, Gateway 12
South Sumter (Bushnell) 34, Leesburg 28
South Walton (Santa Rosa Beach) 28, Baker School 21
Space Coast (Cocoa) 55, Titusville 40
Spoto (Tampa) 28, Leto 19
St. Augustine 38, Palatka 0
St. Stephen's Episcopal (Bradenton) 49, Legacy Charter 12
St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale) 45, Deerfield Beach 7
Taravella (Coral Springs) 36, Boyd Anderson 7
Tarpon Springs 59, Dixie Hollins 52
Tavares 54, Pine Ridge 0
Taylor County (Perry) 33, Hamilton County 12
The Villages 41, Hawthorne 16
Timber Creek (Orlando) 42, Orlando Freedom 13
Trinity Christian (Jacksonville) 48, Ocala Vanguard 19
University Christian (Jacksonville) 50, Arlington Country Day 8
University School (Fort Lauderdale) 15, Miami Palmetto 14
Vero Beach 62, Santaluces 26
Wakulla (Crawfordville) 44, Gainesville 24
Wekiva (Apopka) 38, Orlando University 20
Wellington 49, John I. Leonard 28
West Orange (Winter Garden) 50, Ocoee 18
Western (Davie) 33, South Broward 12
Windermere Prep 42, Seffner Christian 21
Winter Haven 43, Auburndale 13
Wiregrass Ranch (Wesley Chapel) 13, Wesley Chapel 10
Yulee 24, West Nassau 7
Zephyrhills 22, Sunlake 7
Zion Christian (Deerfield Beach) 42, Merritt Island Christian 34

THURSDAY'S GAMES
Alachua Santa Fe 41, Keystone Heights 14
Brooksville Hernando 19, Springstead 17
Community School of Naples 34, Berean Christian 22
Hialeah American 12, Carol City 8
Jacksonville First Coast 19, Ed White 14
Lake Worth Park Vista 41, Olympic Heights 0
Miami Coral Reef 7, Hialeah 6
Miami Killian 42, Dr. Krop 0
Miami Springs 33, Ferguson 30
Miami Varela 27, South Miami 12
St. Lucie West Centennial 34, Port St. Lucie 6

WEDNESDAY’S GAME
Hialeah Miami Lakes 3, Miami Norland 2

November 04, 2014

AP Week 10 Florida High School Football poll

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. Orlando Dr. Phillips (9) 9-0 128 1
2. Orlando First Coast (2) 9-0 127 2
3. Pembroke Pines Flanagan (2) 10-0 115 3
4. Winter Garden West Orange 9-0 91 4
5. Tampa Plant (1) 9-1 82 5
6. Lake Mary 9-0 67 6
7. Miami Christopher Columbus 9-1 49 7
8. Bradenton Manatee 8-1 43 9
9. Miami Killian 9-0 36 10
10. Vero Beach 9-0 20 NR
Others receiving votes: Coral Gables 4, Miramar 4, Coconut Creek Monarch 2, Wellington 2.

Class 7A
Record Pts Prv
1. Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas (11) 8-1 135 1
2. Tarpon Springs East Lake (3) 9-0 124 2
3. Niceville 8-1 100 3
4. Lakeland 10-0 98 4
5. Kissimmee Osceola 9-1 86 5
6. Fort Myers 9-0 72 6
7. Orange Park Oakleaf 9-0 59 7
8. Viera 9-0 36 8
9. Bradenton Braden River 8-0 32 9
10. Tallahassee Lincoln 8-1 19 10
Others receiving votes: Royal Palm Beach 3, Hialeah American 3, Orlando Oak Ridge 2, Cantonment Tate 1.

Class 6A
Record Pts Prv
1. Daytona Beach Mainland (9) 9-0 134 1
2. Miami Central (5) 9-1 125 2
3. Seffner Armwood 9-0 118 3
4. Hallandale 10-0 90 6
5. Venice 9-0 89 5
6. Naples 8-1 57 7
7. Boynton Beach 9-1 50 4
8. Jacksonville Ed White 8-1 46 8
9. Winter Haven 8-1 30 9
10. Pensacola Escambia 8-1 17 10
Others receiving votes: Lakeland Lake Gibson 4, St. Augustine 4, Navarre 3, Tampa Hillsborough 2, Orlando Edgewater 1.

Class 5A
Record Pts Prv
1. Bushnell South Sumter (12) 9-0 134 1
2. Live Oak Suwannee 9-0 119 2
3. Orlando Bishop Moore 9-0 108 3
4. Green Cove Springs Clay 8-1 94 4
5. Cape Coral Island Coast 8-1 78 5
6. Pensacola West Florida 8-1 76 6
7. Plantation American Heritage (1) 6-3 52 7
8. Tallahassee Godby (1) 7-2 50 8
9. Arcadia DeSoto County 7-1 28 9
10. New Port Richey River Ridge 8-1 14 10(tie)
Others receiving votes: Lake Wales 5, Crawfordville Wakulla 4, Miami Jackson 3, Merritt Island 2, Jacksonville Lakewood 1, Naples Lely 1, Jacksonville Bishop Kenny 1.

Class 4A
Record Pts Prv
1. Miami Booker T. Washington (14) 9-0 140 1
2. Clewiston 9-0 123 2
3. Cocoa 8-1 115 3
4. Belle Glade Glades Central 7-2 89 4
5. Jacksonville Bolles School 7-2 61 5
Others receiving votes: Jacksonville Raines 32.

Class 3A
Record Pts Prv
1. Clearwater Central Catholic (7) 8-1 129 1
(tie) Delray American Heritage (6) 7-1 129 2
3. Ocala Trinity Catholic 7-1 99 4
4. Miami Westminster Christian 8-1 90 3
5. Jacksonville Trinity Christian (1) 6-2 72 5
Others receiving votes: Orlando First Academy 27, Lakeland Christian 14.

Class 2A
Record Pts Prv
1. Largo Indian Rocks (14) 8-0 140 1
2. Lakeland Victory Christian 8-1 132 2
3. St. Petersburg Northside Christian 7-2 104 5
4. Belle Glade Glades Day 8-2 73 3
5. Tampa Cambridge Christian 8-1 57 NR
Others receiving votes: Hialeah Champagnat Catholic 41, Naples First Baptist 13.

Class 1A
Record Pts Prv
1. Cross City Dixie County (14) 8-0 140 1
2. Trenton 9-1 123 2
3. Baker School 9-0 113 3
4. Jasper Hamilton County 7-2 92 4
5. Santa Rosa Beach South Walton 7-1 74 NR
Others receiving votes: Lake Butler Union County 18.