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Miami-Dade high school football playoff scenarios

 
 
North Miami Pioneers' Emmanuel Dorvil (15) looks to escape a tackle during the football game against the Miami Beach Hi Tides on Friday, Sept. 27, 2013 at Flamingo Park Memorial Field in Miami Beach.
North Miami Pioneers' Emmanuel Dorvil (15) looks to escape a tackle during the football game against the Miami Beach Hi Tides on Friday, Sept. 27, 2013 at Flamingo Park Memorial Field in Miami Beach.
ANDREW ULOZA / Miami Herald Staff

FOOTBALL PLAYOFF SCENARIOS

DISTRICT 13-8A

•  North Miami (3-0, 6-1): Can clinch district championship with win.

•  Hialeah (2-1, 4-3): Can’t clinch or be eliminated this week.

•  NMB (2-1, 3-5): Can’t clinch or be eliminated this week.

•  Reagan (1-2, 3-4): Needs win AND either NMB OR Hialeah loss to avoid elimination.

Krop (1-2, 1-6): Needs win to avoid elimination.

•  ELIMINATED: Hialeah Gardens (0-3, 0-7).

DISTRICT 14-8A

•  Coral Gables (3-0, 6-1): Can clinch district championship with win AND Miami Beach loss.

•  Columbus (2-1, 3-4): Can clinch playoff berth with win, AND Gables win AND Miami Beach loss.

•  Miami Beach (2-1, 5-2): Needs win to avoid elimination.

•  Miami High (1-2, 4-3): Needs win to avoid elimination.

•  South Miami (1-2, 3-4): Needs win AND Columbus loss to avoid elimination.

•  ELIMINATED: Coral Park (0-3, 0-7).

DISTRICT 15-8A

•  Southwest (3-0, 7-0): Can clinch district championship with win AND Varela loss; can clinch playoff berth with win AND Belen loss.

•  Belen (2-1, 5-2): Can’t clinch or be eliminated this week, needs win to stay in district title contention.

•  Varela (2-1, 4-3): Can’t clinch or be eliminated this week, needs win to stay in district title contention.

•  Ferguson (2-1, 4-3): Can’t clinch or be eliminated this week, needs win to stay in district title contention.

•  ELIMINATED: Braddock (0-3, 1-6); Sunset (0-3, 1-6).

DISTRICT 16-8A

•  South Dade (2-0, 7-0): Can clinch district championship with win AND Southridge loss.

•  Coral Reef (2-1, 5-3): Can’t clinch or be eliminated this week.

•  Killian (1-1, 3-4): Can’t clinch or be eliminated this week.

•  Southridge (1-1, 3-4): Can’t clinch or be eliminated this week.

•  ELIMINATED: Palmetto (0-3, 2-5).

DISTRICT 16-7A

•  American (4-0, 4-3): Can clinch playoff berth with win AND Miami Springs loss.

•  Mater (4-0, 6-1): Can clinch playoff berth with win.

•  Miami Springs (3-1, 5-2): Needs win to avoid elimination.

ELIMINATED: Mourning (1-3, 3-4), Hialeah-Miami Lakes (1-3, 1-6), Goleman (1-4, 1-7), Westland (1-4, 2-5).

DISTRICT 16-6A

•  Central (3-0, 6-1): Can clinch district championship with win; Has already clinched playoff berth.

•  Carol City (2-0, 5-2): Can clinch district championship with win.

•  Northwestern (1-2, 3-4): Needs Carol City loss to avoid elimination.

•  Norland (1-2, 2-5): Needs Carol City loss to avoid elimination.

•  ELIMINATED: Homestead (0-3, 4-3).

DISTRICT 16-5A

•  Cardinal Gibbons (2-0, 7-0): Has clinched playoff berth; Can clinch district championship Nov. 1 with win vs. Heritage.

•  American Heritage (2-0, 7-1): Has clinched playoff berth; Can clinch district championship Nov. 1 with win vs. Gibbons.

•  ELIMINATED: Jackson (0-2, 3-4); Key West (0-2, 0-7).

DISTRICT 8-4A

•  Booker T. Washington (2-0, 8-0): District champions.

•  Gulliver (1-1, 6-2): Can clinch playoff berth Nov. 1 vs. Pace.

•  Monsignor Pace (1-1, 5-2): Can clinch playoff berth Nov. 1 vs. Gulliver.

•  ELIMINATED: Edison (0-2, 1-6).

DISTRICT 8-3A

•  Westminster Christian (1-0, 7-1): District champions.

•  Chaminade (0-1, 0-6): District runner-up.

DISTRICT 8-2A

•  Champagnat (3-0, 8-0): District champions.

•  Barrington Christian (1-1, 3-4): Can’t clinch or be eliminated this week.

•  Dade Christian (1-1, 3-4): Can’t clinch or be eliminated this week.

•  CS Christian (1-2, 1-6): Needs win to avoid elimination.

•  Highlands Christian (0-2, 1-6): Needs win to avoid elimination.

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