In a battle of some of the best high school football players in South Florida, the South Dade All-Stars top the North All-Stars 38-32 to win the 2017 Tournament of Champions (TOC) Sports Miami-Dade County “North vs. South” All-Star game at Ansin Park Stadium.
High school football in South Florida is unparalleled in terms of talent, skill, desire, and swagger. At the end of each season, the Miami Sports Tribune honors the “best of the best”, selecting players to one of three superlative “teams” – recognizing those student-athletes for their on-field excellence.
Reports surfaced late Monday night from Tallahassee-based media corroborating information received from Miami Sports Tribune sources last week that Southridge’s Billy Rolle and Miami Booker T. Washington’s Tim “Ice” Harris will be leaving their respective high school posts to take positions on Florida A&M University’s coaching staff.
While the first season with the playoff point system went over without a major breakdown, it didn’t stop the FHSAA from tweaking the parameters – as the state’s governing body updated the point system this past January in anticipation for the 2018 season.