Miami-Dade High Schools

Live South Florida high school football updates for Week 3

Miami Carol City’s Nay’Quan Wright runs for an early touchdown in the first quarter as they play American Heritage HS at American Heritage HS in Plantation, Florida, August 24, 2018.
Miami Carol City’s Nay’Quan Wright runs for an early touchdown in the first quarter as they play American Heritage HS at American Heritage HS in Plantation, Florida, August 24, 2018. ctrainor@miamiherald.com

The Miami Herald is partnering with ScoreStream for real-time game reporting and scoring information for South Florida high school sports results.

On game nights, you’ll find live, up-to-the-minute scores here from all high school football games around Miami-Dade and Broward Counties.

Some of the highlights this week:

Class 8A contender Columbus (2-0) and Class 6A favorite Carol City (1-0) face off at Traz Powell Stadium at 7:30 p.m.

Plantation American Heritage (1-1) travels to Miramar for a 7 p.m. kickoff

Stoneman Douglas (1-0) hosts South Broward for its first home game of the season.

The scoreboard below will provide live updates throughout the night tonight and will be a staple on the Herald’s website every Friday night. Longer recaps of games where we will have staffers on site will come later in the night. A full recap with takeaways from the week will be posted online on Sunday.

To submit scores, photos and video from a game, download the ScoreStream app.

Thursday scores

Hialeah Gardens d. Varela 68-25

Goleman d. Mourning 45-0

Miami Springs d. Reagan 8-7

Mater Academy d. South Miami 16-14

Pembroke Pines Charter d. Saint John Paul II 21-19

Coral Springs Charter d. Somerset Silver Palms 21-8

Homestead d. Coral Park 45-0

Booker T. Washington d. Southridge 21-20 (2OT)

Edison d. Norland 26-20

Jackson d. North Miami 12-0

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