Predictions for this week’s football games in Broward




Pine Crest at Boca Pope John Paul II, 7 Pine Crest 34-33

North Broward Prep at Westminster Chr., 4 West. Chr. 28-24

C. Springs Charter at Westminster Acad., 7 WA 35-21


Coconut Creek at Cardinal Gibbons, 7 Gibbons 35-7

Flanagan at Cooper City, 7 Flanagan 35-17

Chaminade at Archbishop McCarthy, 7 Chaminade 35-31

Coral Glades at Douglas, 7 Douglas 37-6

Coral Springs vs. Monarch (Deerfield Beach), 7 Monarch 28-13

Hallandale at South Broward, 7 Hallandale 21-6

Hollywood Hills at McArthur, 7 Hills 27-23

Nova at Western, 7 Western 23-21

Taravella vs. Pines Charter (Flanagan), 7 Taravella 34-12

Piper vs. West Broward (Everglades), 7 Piper 33-21

Gulliver at Somerset, 3:30 Gulliver 27-6

Calvary Christian at Highlands Christian, 7 Highlands 38-34


Blanche Ely vs. Dillard (Lockhart), 7 Dillard 14-7

Andre’s record — Last week: 21-5; Season: 189-55

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