In My Opinion

A look at Andre Fernandez’s football picks for Week 6 in Broward


Pine Crest vs. CS Charter (Coral Glades), 7 Pine Crest 35-28


Western vs. Stranahan (S. Plantation), 7 Western 37-6

Flanagan vs. West Broward (Everglades), 7 Flanagan 36-6

Everglades vs. Taravella (C. Springs), 7 Taravella 37-20

Dillard at Pompano Beach, 7 Dillard 45-7

Cooper City at Nova, 7 Nova 34-20

Monarch at Piper, 7 Monarch 21-17

Coral Springs at Coral Glades, 7 Springs 27-13

Fort Lauderdale at McArthur, 7 McArthur 31-30

Inlet Grove at North Broward Prep, 7 NBP 35-7

Pines Charter at Archbishop McCarthy, 7 McCarthy 34-7

Somerset at Archbishop Carroll, 3:30 Carroll 13-6

Calvary Christian at Kings Academy, 7 Kings 35-14

Westminster Academy at John Carroll, 7 JCarroll 37-21

Belle Glade Glades Day vs. CS Chr. (Mullins), 7 Glades Day 42-6

Highlands Christian at Masters Academy, 7 Highlands 29-27

Zion Lutheran at Jupiter Christian, 7 Jupiter 34-13

Andre’s record — Last week: 18-5; Season: 96-30.

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