Weston will be the center of attention Sunday for South Florida high school football fans.
ESPN’s National High School Football Kickoff continues with an exhibition doubleheader at Cypress Bay High featuring four of the area’s more talented teams.
It begins at 11 a.m. when Davie University School, the defending Class 3A state champion, takes on Homestead — a potential playoff team in Miami-Dade County.
The second game features host Cypress Bay, which is coming off a state runner-up finish in Class 8A, taking on Plantation American Heritage at 3 p.m. Heritage is considered one of the top contenders this season for the Class 5A state title.
The first game pits a highly anticipated on-field matchup between potential future college teammates Ermon Lane of Homestead and University’s Quincy Wilson.
Lane, rated the No. 1 player in the nation at his position, and Wilson, one of the nation’s top defensive backs, both recently committed to the University of Florida.
The second game features American Heritage running back Sony Michel, rated the No. 2 back in the country by ESPN, going up against a tough Lightning defense led by seniors Marquese Dudley-Gordon, Keyon Auguste and Deion Hallmon.Miami Central 44, Palm Beach Dwyer 13: Miami Westminster Christian 38, Largo Indian Rocks Christian 0:
Tony Gaiter, Tobias Moss, Micheal Acoasta and Tim Irvin also reached the end zone for the Warriors.
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