High school football

A look at the high school football games in Broward for Week 5

 

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FRIDAY’S GAMES ANDRE’S PICKS

Cypress Bay at Everglades, 7 p.m., Cypress Bay 21-17

Monarch at Douglas, 7 p.m., Monarch 34-33

Lexington (S.C.) at Cooper City, 7 p.m., Lexington 41-20

Coral Glades at Taravella, 7 p.m., Taravella 40-14

West Broward vs. Fort Lauderdale (Dillard), 7 p.m., FTL 35-14

South Plantation at Piper, 7 p.m., S. Plant. 24-20

Boynton Beach vs. Stranahan (S. Plantation), 7 p.m., Boynton 34-17

Riviera Beach Suncoast at Arch. McCarthy, 7:30 p.m., Suncoast 17-14

Marathon at Westminster Academy, 7 p.m., WA 38-13

Calvary Christian at Ft. Pierce John Carroll, 7 p.m., JC 35-24

Archbishop Carroll at Somerset, 4 p.m., Somerset 10-7

Northwest Christian at Zion Lutheran, 6 p.m., NWC 14-7

Coral Springs Charter at St. Andrews, 7 p.m., CSC 38-16

Pompano Beach at NPB Benjamin, 7 p.m., Benjamin 16-14

Pine Crest at Boca Pope John Paul II, 7 p.m., PJP 32-28

Coral Springs Christian at Kings Academy, 7 p.m., Kings 38-3

Boca Raton Christian at Highlands Christian, 7 p.m., Boca 34-18

Jupiter Christian at North Broward Prep, 7 p.m., NBP 17-14

SATURDAY’S GAME ANDRE’S PICK

Pines Charter at Dillard, 7 p.m., Dillard 30-7

Andre’s record — Last week: 19-7; Season: 79-24.

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