Predictions for Week 7 high school football games in Broward




Pines Charter at Coconut Creek, 7 Creek 30-14

Hollywood Hills vs. West Broward (Flanagan), 7 Hills 42-14

Archbishop McCarthy vs. Stranahan (South Plantation), 7 Stranahan 42-6

Hillel vs. Zion Lutheran (Deerfield Middle), 7 Zion 24-7


Western at Cypress Bay, 7 Cypress Bay 31-3

Champagnat at Chaminade, 4 Champagnat 35-14

McArthur at South Broward, 7 McArthur 24-23

Coral Springs at South Plantation, 7 S. Plant 27-7

Boynton Beach at Dillard, 7 Boynton 34-23

Douglas at Coral Glades, 7 Douglas 34-6

Fort Lauderdale at Lakeland, 7:30 Lakeland 42-14

Benjamin at Pine Crest, 7 Pine Crest 34-31

Somerset at Glades Day, 7 Glades Day 42-7

Pompano Beach at Calvary Christian, 7 Calvary 38-6

CS Charter at Pope John Paul II, 7 Charter 30-17

Highlands Christian at Trinity Prep, 7 Trinity Prep 28-12

Barrington Christian at North Broward Prep, 7 Barrington 23-20

Westminster Academy at Ransom, 7:30 WA 35-14

Andre’s record – Last week: 23-3 Season: 126-30.

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