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.
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.
The latest Med Plus Centers Players of the Week: Miramar’s Immanuel Crump and Plantation American Heritage’s Gabby Scarlette.
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 […]
Can you all believe that there are only two weeks left in the high school football season?
I hope everyone enjoyed the holiday by relaxing and reconnecting with family while feasting on all types of food. I know some people stick with the cliché staples of the day – turkey, mashed potatoes with gravy and the like – but I recommend everyone try the remix of the classic that is fried turkey.