High school football

Miami-Dade football standings after Week 8

 

FOOTBALL

DADE STANDINGSDISTRICT 13-8A

TEAM DIST. OVR.
North Miami 3-0 6-1
Hialeah 2-1 4-3
NMB 2-1 3-5
Reagan 1-2 3-4
Krop 1-2 1-6
Hialeah Gardens 0-3 0-7

DISTRICT 14-8A

TEAM DIST. OVR.
Coral Gables 3-0 6-1
Columbus 2-1 3-4
Miami Beach 2-1 5-2
Miami High 1-2 4-3
South Miami 1-2 3-4
Coral Park 0-3 0-7

DISTRICT 15-8A

TEAM DIST. OVR.
Southwest 3-0 7-0
Belen 2-1 5-2
Varela 2-1 4-3
Ferguson 2-1 4-3
Braddock 0-3 1-6
Sunset 0-3 1-6

DISTRICT 16-8A

TEAM DIST. OVR.
South Dade 2-0 7-0
Southridge 2-1 3-4
Coral Reef 2-1 5-3
Killian 1-1 3-4
Palmetto 0-3 2-5

DISTRICT 16-7A

TEAM DIST. OVR.
American 4-0 4-3
Mater 4-0 6-1
M. Springs 3-1 5-2
Mourning 1-3 3-4
Westland 1-4 2-5
HML 1-3 1-6
Goleman 1-4 1-7

DISTRICT 16-6A

TEAM DIST. OVR.
Central 3-0 6-1
Carol City 2-0 5-2
Northwestern 1-2 3-4
Norland 1-2 2-5
Homestead 0-3 4-3

DISTRICT 16-5A

TEAM DIST. OVR.
Cardinal Gibbons 2-0 7-0
Amer. Heritage 2-0 7-1
Jackson 0-2 3-4
Key West 0-2 0-7

DISTRICT 8-4A

TEAM DIST. OVR.
Booker T. 2-0 8-0
Gulliver 1-1 6-2
Monsignor Pace 1-1 5-2
Edison 0-2 1-6

DISTRICT 8-3A

TEAM DIST. OVR.
Westminster Chr. 1-0 7-1
Chaminade 0-1 0-6

DISTRICT 8-2A

TEAM DIST. OVR.
Champagnat 3-0 8-0
Barrington Chr. 1-1 3-4
Dade Christian 1-1 3-4
CS Christian 1-2 1-6
Highlands Chr. 0-2 1-6

SFC SOUTH

TEAM CONF. OVR.
La Salle 7-1 7-1
Westminster Acad. 7-1 7-1
Coral Shores 6-1 7-1
Arch. Curley 4-4 4-4
Florida Christian 4-4 4-4
Ransom 2-6 2-6
Marathon 1-6 2-6
M. Country Day 0-7 1-7

SFC NORTH

TEAM CONF. OVR.
John Carroll 6-1 7-1
CS Charter 6-1 7-1
Calvary Chr. 6-2 6-2
Benjamin 4-4 4-4
P. John Paul II 3-5 3-5
Pine Crest 2-5 2-6
Pompano 2-6 2-6
St. Andrews 1-7 1-7

INDEPENDENTS

TEAM OVERALL
Keys Gate 6-1
Hillel 2-3
Arch. Carroll 1-5
Palmer Trinity 1-6
Northwest Chr. 0-5
Doral 0-7

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