High school football

A look at the high school football games in Miami-Dade for Week 6

 

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THURSDAY’S GAMES ANDRE’S PICK

HML vs. American (Traz), 7American 38-6

Coral Reef vs. Palmetto (Southridge), 7C. Reef 28-7

Coral Park vs. Miami High (Curtis), 7MHS 20-7

Reagan vs. Krop (Milander), 7Reagan 27-14

Miami Country Day at Coral Shores, 7C. Shores 42-3

Marathon at Ransom Everglades, 7Marathon 21-7

Hillel vs. Keys Gate (N. Miami), 7Keys Gate 36-14

FRIDAY’S GAMES ANDRE’S PICK

Northwestern vs. Norland (Traz), 7:30Norland 17-13

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

Braddock at Belen Jesuit, 4Belen 28-7

Columbus vs. Miami Beach (Memorial), 7Columbus 34-14

Varela vs. Ferguson (Tropical), 7:30Ferguson 37-23

LaSalle at Westminster Academy, 7WA 34-27

IMG Academy at Monsignor Pace, 7:30IMG 42-30

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

Dade Christian at Highlands Christian, 7DC 35-14

Foundation Academy at Doral Academy, 7Doral 10-7

Northwest Christian at Palmer Trinity, 4PT 17-10

SATURDAY’S GAMES ANDRE’S PICK

Mater vs. Goleman (Milander), 7Mater 28-24

Westland vs. Mourning (N. Miami), 7Mourning 20-17

Florida Christian at Curley, 3:30FC 22-20

Andre’s record Last week: 24-4; Season: 121-26.

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