High school football

Andre Fernandez’s Miami-Dade high school football picks for Week 8




Miami Springs vs. American (Traz), 7American 30-27

South Miami vs. Columbus (Tropical), 7Columbus 37-7

Sunset vs. Ferguson (Southridge), 7Ferguson 35-13

Westland vs. Goleman (Milander), 7Westland 28-12

Berean Christian vs. Hillel (N. Miami), 7Berean 34-14


Varela at Belen, 4Belen 28-24

Coral Reef at Southridge, 7:30Coral Reef 17-6

Reagan vs. NMB (Milander), 7:30NMB 33-14

Edison at Monsignor Pace, 7:30Pace 28-6

Coral Park vs. Miami Beach (Memorial), 7Miami Beach 37-7

Hialeah Gardens vs. Krop (N. Miami), 7:30Krop 24-6

Archbishop Curley at La Salle, 7:30La Salle 35-14

Florida Christian at Westminster Academy, 7WA 40-7

Doral at Nova, 7Nova 38-6

Keys Gate at Village Academy, 7Village 38-27

Jupiter Christian at Archbishop Carroll, 4Jupiter Chr. 36-6

Palmer Trinity at Oxbridge Academy, 7:30Oxbridge 42-3


Hialeah vs. North Miami (N. Miami Stadium), 7N. Miami 29-28

Palmetto vs. Killian (Tropical), 7Killian 38-7

Mourning vs. Mater Academy (Milander), 7Mater 44-21

Andre’s record Last week: 22-8 Season: 164-43.

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