HIgh school football

Andre Fernandez’s Miami-Dade high school football picks for Week 10




Dade Christian vs. Barrington Christian (Harris), 7Dade Chr. 34-14

Coral Park vs. Columbus (Tropical), 4Columbus 49-7

Mourning vs. Miami Springs (Milander), 7Springs 38-13

Pine Crest at Florida Christian, 7Pine Crest 37-20


Mater Academy vs. American (Pace), 7:30American 34-31

Monsignor Pace at Gulliver, 3:30Gulliver 28-24

Homestead vs. Northwestern (Traz), 7:30Northwestern 26-24

Belen vs. Ferguson (Tropical), 4Belen 27-24

South Miami vs. Miami High (Curtis), 7:30South Miami 16-13

Sunset at Braddock, 4Braddock 31-28

Hialeah Gardens at Reagan, 3:30Reagan 38-3

Hialeah-Miami Lakes vs. Goleman (Milander), 7:30HML 27-14

Jackson at Key West, 7:30Jackson 37-17

Palmetto at Boyd Anderson, 7BA 26-7

Keys Gate at Coral Springs Christian, 7Keys Gate 44-6

Archbishop Carroll at Southwest Florida Christian, 7SWFC 17-14

Fort Pierce Westwood vs. Doral, 7Westwood 35-7


NMB vs. Hialeah (Milander), 7NMB 22-21

Andre’s record — Last week: 24-4; Season: 211-52.

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