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Andre Fernandez's Miami-Dade high school football picks for Week 1


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South Miami vs. Sunset (Tropical), 7 SM 28-6


North Miami vs. American (N. Miami), 7 American 35-12

Southwest vs. Coral Park (Tropical), 7 SW 34-6

Westland Hialeah vs. Hialeah Gardens (Milander), 7 Westland 45-3

Hialeah-Miami Lakes vs. Miami High (Curtis), 7 Miami 24-6

Reagan at Monsignor Pace, 7 Reagan 28-24

Barrington Christian vs. Keys Gate (Harris), 4 Barrington 28-8

Hillel at Miami Country Day, 7 Hillel 17-10


Coral Gables at Southridge, 7:30 Gables 20-14

Krop vs. Edison (Curtis), 7:30 Krop 16-6

Palmetto vs. Ferguson (Tropical), 7:30 Palmetto 30-14

Braddock at Naples Barron Collier, 7 BC 37-17

Miami Springs vs. Hialeah (Milander), 7:30 Hialeah 44-20

Miami Beach vs. Mourning (N. Miami), 7:30 Beach 27-12

Goleman vs. Naples Golden Gate (Naples), 7:30 G. Gate 27-16

Archbishop McCarthy at Gulliver, 4 McCarthy 27-26

Archbishop Carroll at Coral Shores, 7 C. Shores 31-20

Dade Christian at North Broward Prep, 7 Dade Chr. 35-14

Pompano Beach at Ransom Everglades, 7:30 Ransom 17-16

Somerset vs. Mater Academy Charter (Pace), 7:30 Mater 41-13

Archbishop Curley at Benjamin, 7 Benjamin 35-21

Champagnat at Doral Academy, 7 Champ. 35-17

Florida Christian at Saint Andrews, 7 FC 30-24

Pope John Paul II at La Salle, 7:30 PJP 35-31

Palmer Trinity at Boca Christian, 4 PT 27-24

Westminster Christian at Moore Haven, 6:30 WC 34-6


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