High school football

Andre Fernandez’s Miami-Dade high school football picks for Week 4



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Wednesday Andre’s pick
Reagan vs. Hialeah (Milander), 7Hialeah 34-14
South Miami vs. Coral Park (Tropical), 7S. Miami 42-7
Thursday Andre’s pick
Westland vs. Miami Springs (Milander), 7Springs 28-27
Varela vs. Sunset (Tropical), 7Varela 27-13
Hialeah Gardens vs. N. Miami (N. Miami), 7N. Miami 48-3
Miami Country Day at La Salle, 7La Salle 42-7
Friday Andre’s pick
Killian vs. Coral Reef (Southridge), 4C. Reef 17-16
Champagnat at Dade Christian, 7:30 Champ. 27-20
NMB vs. Krop (N. Miami), 7:30NMB 32-6
Miami Beach vs. Miami High (Curtis), 7:30Beach 30-14
Ferguson vs. Braddock (Tropical), 8Ferguson 34-27
Goleman vs. American (Milander), 7:30American 34-8
Gulliver at Key West, 7:30Gulliver 35-14
Florida Christian at Marathon, 7FC 28-20
Archbishop Curley at Ransom Everglades, 7:30Curley 19-10
Grace Academy at Westminster Christian, 4WC 48-6
Keys Gate at Highlands Chr., 7Keys Gate 33-14
Barrington Chr. vs. C.S. Christian (Mullins), 7Bar. Chr. 35-6
Doral at Bishop Verot, 7Verot 37-6
Oxbridge at Northwest Christian, 7:30Oxbridge 42-7
Berean Chr. at Palmer Trinity, 4Berean 45-7
Saturday Andre’s pick
Edison vs. Mourning (N. Miami), 7Mourning 27-16
Mater Academy vs. HML (Milander), 7Mater 30-14

Andre’s recordLast week: 22-3 Season: 71-19

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