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.
The fraternity of NFL players from South Florida grew again this past week after the 2018 NFL Draft. Of the 256 players that heard their names called over the three-day event, nine – or about 3 percent – played their high school football in South Florida.
South Florida Express 7v7 players Jaylin Young (Miami Central) and Jarvis Brownlee (Miami Carol City) named the Med Plus Centers Players of the Week for their performance in the Adidas 7v7 National Championship tournament.
“The guy” was former UCF and Miami Central quarterback Jeff Godfrey. The 26-year-old went back to his college alma mater to support his school and help his fellow Knights, but maybe ended up helping himself.
The Miami Sports Tribune confirmed that Miami Jackson has hired former Miami Central assistant coach Scott Daniels to be its next head football coach.
Northwestern rallied from an early 9-0 deficit by scoring 21 unanswered points before it had to come up with a defensive stop late to preserve a 21-16 victory over Seffner Armwood in the Class 6A state championship game Friday night in front of 5,805 fans at Orlando Camping World Stadium.
Hurricane Irma’s impact began the week of September 6th, when South Florida schools shut down all operations – academic and extracurricular – in anticipation of the storm. What would’ve been week three of the high school football was washed out.
While many of its fans were either making final preparations for the pending arrival of category 5 storm Hurricane Irma or asleep, Miami Central was flexing its “South Florida muscle” in Las Vegas. Senior running back James Cook had touchdowns runs of 83 yards and 87 yards – the latter serving as the fourth quarter […]