• Florida Christian 26, Miami Country Day 10: In their final game of the season, the Patriots (7-3) came out ahead over the Spartans at home on Thursday.
Julian Seekins got the scoring started for the Patriots on a 27-yard score but the the Spartans answered when Sam Cohen caught an 85-yard touchdown pass.
But the Patriots defense tightened up the rest of the game, including an interception by Carlos Nieto in the end zone.
“It has been a long time since we’ve had this kind of year,” Patriots coach Chris Rivera said. “Our seniors worked really hard, and it’s good to soak it in.”
• Westminster Christian 41, North Broward Prep 6: While the Westminster Christian football team won’t be participating in postseason play this season, it proved Thursday afternoon that it has the potential to be a force in 2013.
The Warriors (6-4, 1-2), who will be returning all their key offensive playmakers next season routed playoff-bound North Broward Prep.
Quarterback Hunter Boyett, who played in his second game since returning from a shoulder injury sustained against Chaminade, tossed three touchdowns and completed 12 of his 16 passes for 149 yards.
Tim Irvin caught one of those touchdowns as part of his 33 receiving yards, ran for 98 yards on nine carries and returned a punt 55 yards for a touchdown.
Tobias Moss hauled in a 53-yard bomb from Boyett to break the game open in a third quarter, in which Westminster Christian scored 27 points. Moss later returned an interception 45 yards for a touchdown.
North Broward Prep (4-5,1-1) is in the Class 4A playoffs as the runner-up in District 7-4A. The Eagles will face District 8-4A champion Booker T. Washington in regional semifinals.
• Champagnat 22, Doral Academy 21: The Champagnat Lions (2-8) used three big offensive plays to carry them to a 22-21 victory over Doral Academy (2-8) on Thursday night.
Champagnat accumulated just five first downs but had three 40-plus yard plays result in touchdowns. Quarterback Charles Williams threw a 40-yard touchdown to 6-foot-6 receiver Isaac McDonald in the first quarter. Running back John Lynn had a 51-yard score, and Williams also ran for the game-winning 56-yard run in the fourth quarter.
Doral Academy totaled 401 rushing yards with Franco Genaro leading all rushers with 173 on his senior night. Clarence Brown added 143 yards on the ground as well.
• Coral Shores 17, La Salle 7: The Hurricanes (6-4) ran in two first quarter touchdowns to build an early lead and eventually top the Royal Lions (6-4) Thursday night at LaSalle.
The game, which was the final of the season for both teams, was the consolation matchup of the Southeastern Football Independents Conference Playoffs.
Coral Shores’ touchdowns came on a 7-yard run by Jimmy Rhyne and a 14-yard run by Kodi Roberts. La Salle’s only score of the game came on a 1-yard run by Emmanual Readon. The score was set up by Readon, who had a 34-yard run on the previous play.
Down 14-7 late in the fourth quarter La Salle took over deep in its own territory, but went three and out. The Royal Lions only had three first downs in the game.
• Goleman 55, Hialeah Gardens 0: Jeremiah Oyetunji reached his goal on a night Goleman beat Hialeah Gardens with a in an all-out brawl at Milander Park.