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OUR EXPERTS HAVE BOOKER T. WASHINGTON 

WINNING A SECOND CONSECUTIVE CLASS 4A TITLE.
OUR EXPERTS HAVE BOOKER T. WASHINGTON WINNING A SECOND CONSECUTIVE CLASS 4A TITLE.
Peter Andrew Bosch / Miami Herald staff

ANDRE C. FERNANDEZ

Class 8A: Coral Gables 30, Jacksonville First Coast 28

Class 7A: St. Thomas Aquinas 44, Kissimmee Osceola 14

Class 6A: Miami Central 13, Seffner Armwood 10

Class 5A: American Heritage 37, South Sumter 21

Class 4A: Booker T. Washington 37, Bolles 21

Class 3A: Jacksonville Trinity Christian 38, Clearwater Central Catholic 14

Class 2A: Champagnat Catholic 24, Lakeland Victory Christian 23

Class 1A: Blountstown 17, Mayo Lafayette 14

MANNY NAVARRO

Class 8A: Coral Gables 20, Apopka 14

Class 7A: St. Thomas Aquinas 41, Niceville 21

Class 6A: Naples 30, Seffner Armwood 28

Class 5A: American Heritage 38, South Sumter 7

Class 4A: Booker T. Washington 35, Bolles 21

Class 3A: Jacksonville Trinity Christ. 44, Delray Heritage 24

Class 2A: Lakeland Victory Christian 21, Champagnat 14

Class 1A: Dixie County 14, Blountstown 13

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