High school football

A look at the high school football games in Broward for Week 6




Coral Glades at Piper, 7Piper 27-12

West Broward at Nova, 7Nova 34-14


Cypress Bay at Cooper City, 7Cypress Bay 42-7

Northeast at Boyd Anderson, 7BA 14-12

Fort Lauderdale at Blanche Ely, 7Ely 23-20

Monarch at Coral Springs, 7Monarch 28-21

Dillard vs. Stranahan (South Plantation), 7Dillard 35-16

South Plantation at Douglas, 7Douglas 28-27

Chaminade at Westminster Christian, 4West Chr. 20-17

LaSalle at Westminster Academy, 7WA 34-27

Pines Charter at Boynton Beach, 7Boynton 41-14

Dade Christian at Highlands Christian, 7DC 35-14

John Carroll at Pompano Beach, 7J. Carroll 24-16

Coconut Creek at Suncoast, 7Creek 26-24

Calvary Christian at Benjamin, 7Calvary 21-14

Coral Springs Charter at Pine Crest, 7CSC 34-23

Glades Central at Somerset Academy, 4Glades 37-14

Champagnat vs. C. Springs Chr. (Mullins), 7Champ. 54-3

Andre’s record Last week: 24-3; Season: 103-27.

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