Players go head-to-head in 1-on-1 drills during the second day of the 2018 South Florida Express Showcase/Tryout at Ives Estates Park.
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.
Thanks to a 37-point first half – which was sparked by a four-touchdown outburst in the second quarter – Plantation American Heritage coasted to a 44-15 win over Baker County Friday afternoon to win its second straight Class 5A state championship in Orlando Camping World Stadium.
Good things tend to happen for teams that can run the football. That statement rang loudly as the truth Friday as American Heritage got a game-high 142 rushing yards from senior Miles Jones – on the way to rushing for 320 yards as a team – to spark a second-half rally and seal a 28-21 […]