Miami-Dade High School football

Preview of other football games in Miami-Dade this week



North Miami vs. North Miami Beach (North Miami), 7NMB 16-15

Krop vs. Hialeah (Traz), 7Hialeah 24-21

Southridge vs. Coral Reef (Harris), 7C. Reef 17-14

Reagan vs. Westland Hialeah (Milander), 7 Reagan 35-20

Fort Lauderdale Pine Crest at Florida Chr., 7Pine Crest 36-21

Fort Pierce John Carroll at La Salle, 7La Salle 31-28

Miami Country Day at Boca Raton Pope John Paul II, 7PJP 23-14

Westminster Academy at Archbishop Curley, 4 WA 27-19

Boca St. Andrews at Ransom, 7Ransom 17-7


Edison at Gulliver Prep, 3:30 Gulliver 21-14

Varela vs. Southwest (Tropical), 7:30Southwest 17-14

Miami High vs. South Miami (Curtis), 7:30South Miami 19-17

Coral Gables vs. Coral Park (Tropical), 3:30Coral Gables 35-7

Mia. Beach vs. Miami Springs (Hendricks), 7:30Mia. Beach 28-13

Mourning at Hialeah-Miami Lakes, 7:30 Mourning 34-21

Dade Christian at Archbishop Carroll, 3:30Dade Chr. 42-14

Keys Gate at Westminster Christian, 4West. Chr. 34-7

Champagnat at Archbishop McCarthy, 7McCarthy 41-6

Hialeah Gardens vs. Mater Academy (Traz), 7:30Mater 20-10

South Florida HEAT at Northwest Christian, 7NWC 24-16

Marco Acad. vs. Solid Rock Chr. (Southridge), 7:30Rock 35-14


American vs. Goleman (Milander), 7:30American 27-14

Braddock vs. Sunset (Tropical), 7:30Braddock 20-13

Andre’s record – Last week: 9-4; Season: 188-63.

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