2013 High School Football Preview

Miami Herald experts make high school championship picks

 
 
Teammates celebrate as QB, #5, John O'Korn of St. Thomas Aquinas scores a touchdown in the first half against Lincoln High for the Class 7A state football championship, December 14, 2012 in Orlando, Florida.
Teammates celebrate as QB, #5, John O'Korn of St. Thomas Aquinas scores a touchdown in the first half against Lincoln High for the Class 7A state football championship, December 14, 2012 in Orlando, Florida.
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ANDRE C. FERNANDEZ’S STATE CHAMPIONSHIP PICKS

Class 8A: Apopka 24, Miramar 14

Class 7A: Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas 27,

    Tallahassee Lincoln 21

Class 6A: Miami Central 42, Seffner Armwood 24

Class 5A: Miami Jackson 20, Tallahassee Godby 19

Class 4A: Miami Booker T. 28, Madison County 10

Class 3A: Ocala Trinity Catholic 35, Delray American Heritage 34

Class 2A: University Christian 24, Champagnat Catholic 21

Class 1A: Lake Butler Union County 30, Northview 21

MANNY NAVARRO’S STATE CHAMPIONSHIP PICKS

Class 8A: Apopka 28, Miramar 21

Class 7A: St. Thomas Aquinas 34, Kissimmee Osceola 27

Class 6A: Miami Central 49, Seffner Armwood 24

Class 5A: Tallahassee Godby 34, Miami Jackson 21

Class 4A: Booker T. Washington 35, Madison County 31

Class 3A: Delray American Heritage 21, Orlando First Academy 20

Class 2A: Jacksonville University Christian 24,

    Hialeah Champagnat 12

Class 1A: Lake Butler Union County 7, Blountstown 6

LARRY BLUSTEIN’S STATE CHAMPIONSHIP PICKS

Class 8A: Apopka 34, South Dade 27

Class 7A: St. Thomas Aquinas 48, Lakeland 20

Class 6A: Miami Central 46, Lake City Columbia 12

Class 5A: Tallahassee Godby 30, Miami Jackson 28

Class 4A: Booker T. Washington 45, Madison County 21

Class 3A: Jacksonville Trinity Christian 30,

    Miami Westminster Christian 14

Class 2A: Jacksonville University Christian 35,

   Champagnat Catholic 27

Class 1A: Northview 35, Union County 22

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