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.
With Miami losing two cornerbacks – grad-transfer Dee Delaney to graduation and would-be junior Malek Young to a career-ending neck injury – having their youngest boundary defenders make contributions this coming season is a borderline necessity.
Thanks to some strong individual performances, Christopher Columbus’ boys and Coral Reef’s girls took home Greater Miami Athletic Conference (GMAC) championships Saturday afternoon at Traz Powell Stadium.
While Miami Northwestern’s girls and St. Thomas Aquinas’ boys teams each earned team championships at the annual Sam Burley Invitational, it was the individual performance of Plantation American Heritage’s Anthony Schwartz that had the crowd buzzing at Tropical Park Saturday night.
In an event that hosts teams from both Miami-Dade and Broward County, it was St. Thomas Aquinas that stood out among the rest with its boys and girls taking home team titles at the 34th Annual Louie Bing Track Classic Saturday at Traz Powell Stadium.
Atwell received the 2017 Tournament of Champions Warren Henry Player of the Year Award in a ceremony held at the Warren Henry Range Rover Showroom in Miami Gardens while Miami Monsignor Pace head football coach Joe Zaccheo was named the 2017 Coach of the Year.
The Miami Sports Tribune confirmed Wednesday afternoon that the Bulls accepted an invitation to participate in the 2017 GEICO State Champions Bowl Series event December 23 at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona.
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.
Northwestern made relatively easy work of visiting Naples, dispatching the Eagles in a 42-7 rout in front of nearly 7,000 fans at Traz Powell Stadium in the Class 6A state semifinals.
Can you all believe that there are only two weeks left in the high school football season?