High School football

Andre Fernandez’s Broward high school football picks for Week 8




Blanche Ely at Boyd Anderson, 7Ely 14-13

Western at Cooper City, 7Cooper City 24-14

Coral Glades at South Plantation, 7S. Plantation 42-7

Everglades at McArthur, 7Everglades 30-21

Hollywood Hills vs. Fort Lauderdale (Dillard), 7Fort Laud. 35-21

Taravella at Coral Springs, 7Taravella 21-10

Douglas at Piper, 7Douglas 34-20

Stranahan at Pines Charter, 7Stranahan 38-7

Coconut Creek at Archbishop McCarthy, 7Creek 34-3

Northeast at Chaminade-Madonna, 4Chaminade 23-20

Doral at Nova, 7Nova 38-6

Somerset at North Broward Prep, 7NBP 13-10

Pine Crest at John Carroll, 7John Carroll 42-17

Pompano Beach vs. CS Charter (Coral Glades), 7Charter 48-7

C.S. Christian at Highlands Christian, 7Highlands 30-3

Calvary Christian at Pope John Paul II, 7Calvary 34-28

Florida Christian at Westminster Academy, 7WA 40-7

Faith Christ. vs. Zion Lutheran (Deerfield Middle), 6Faith 31-21

Andre’s record — Last week: 22-4 Season: 148-34.

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