Here is the Florida HS Football Media Poll – Small Schools Division, Week 2 Rankings
Key: LS – Large Schools; SS – Small Schools | First Place votes in parenthesis
|1. Booker T. Washington Tornadoes | Record: 1-0 | Points: 380 (19) | Previous: 1|
|The Tornadoes blew out Norcorss, GA over a week ago to start the season and rested up last week for this week’s challenge against Miami Central in what is being called “The Game of the Year”
THIS WEEK: vs. LS #1 Miami Central
|2. University School Suns | Record: 1-0 | Points: 356 | Previous: 2|
|The Suns literally tore through Taravella and hanging 60 plus points on the Class 8A program. This week the Vikings from Miami Norland come for a visit.
THIS WEEK: vs. Miami Norland
|3. Madison County Cowboys | Record: 1-0 | Points: 322 | Previous: 3|
|The Cowboys went on about a 4-1/2 hour ride to Tampa to take on Tampa Catholic to start the season and pulled away a nice 30-15 win.
THIS WEEK: vs. Eastern Christian (MD)
|4. Bolles Bulldogs | Record: 1-0 | Points: 314 | Previous: 4|
|Bolles secured a win over 5A Hernando this past week and will face a DeLand team that barely got off the ground last week.
THIS WEEK: vs. DeLand
|5. American Heritage Stallions (Delray) | Record: 1-0 | Points: 279 | Previous: 6|
|Easily controlled rival Atlantic (Delray Beach) in Week 1 and will now face sister school American Heritage (Plantation) this week.
THIS WEEK: @ American Heritage (Plantation)
|6. Trinity Christian Conquerors (Jax) | Record: 1-0 | Points: 275 | Previous: 9|
|Trinity Christian shutout St. Augustine on the road 40-0 that literally shocked football fans around the state.
THIS WEEK: vs. SS #12 Warner Christian
|7. Clearwater Central Catholic Marauders | Record: 1-0 | Points: 261 | Previous: 8|
|The Marauders went on the road and defeated a Naples Lely team soundly to start the season off.
THIS WEEK: @ Tampa Catholic
|8. Cocoa Tigers | Record: 0-1 | Points: 204 | Previous: 5|
|The Tigers ended up losing to Gonzaga, DC on a last second field goal in a game that was very tight from start to finish
THIS WEEK: @ East Lee County
|9. Trinity Catholic Celtics | Record: 1-0 | Points: 201 | Previous: 12|
|After defeating Calvert Hall on the road in Maryland and winning their first ever out-of-state contest, the Celtics will take on Palatka in their home opener this week.
THIS WEEK: vs. Palatka
|10. Raines Vikings | Record: 1-0 | Points: 196 | Previous: 10|
|Vikings squeaked by Ed White 7-2 last week and will go on the road to face a Miami Northwestern team that hasn’t produced much offensively since spring football.
THIS WEEK: @ Miami Northwestern
|11. University Christian Christians | Record: 1-1 | Points: 172 | Previous: 7|
|With two games under wraps now and bouncing back from a loss in Kentucky to start the season, the Christians showed state championship caliber likeness against Carrollwood Day last week.
THIS WEEK: vs. Providence
|12. Warner Christian Eagles | Record 1-0 | Points: 140 | Previous: 11|
|Defeated 3A Orangewood Christian 28-6 and faces a tall task against a highly loaded Trinity Christian (Jacksonville) team this week.
THIS WEEK: vs. SS #6 Trinity Christian (Jacksonville)
|13. North Florida Christian Eagles | Record: 1-0 | Points: 129 | Previous: 19|
|Secured a big win over Deerfield-Windsor, GA to start the season and now face True Institute out of Georgia this week at home. The Eagles are the biggest movers in the Small Schools Division this week.
THIS WEEK: vs. True Institute (GA)
|14. Northview Chiefs | Record: 1-0 | Points: 118 | Previous: 13|
|An easy win over Bozeman has the Chiefs taking off once again this season in hopes to make it back to Orlando.
THIS WEEK: @ Marianna
|15. Dade Christian Crusaders | Record: 1-0 | Points: 105 | Previous: 15|
|The Crusaders took a 21-7 win over 4A North Broward Prep to start the season and will face Gulliver Prep this week to secure win #2.
THIS WEEK: @ Gulliver Prep
|16. Westminster Christian Warriors | Record: 1-0 | Points: 69 | Previous: NR|
|Westminster Christian went on the road and blew out Moore Haven and will face a Champagnat team this week that blew out Doral Academy.
THIS WEEK: vs. Champagnat
|17. Glades Central Raiders | Record: 0-1 | Points: 66 | Previous: 14|
|Glades Central did not get off to a great start for the season losing to Dwyer 39-0. A win this week will turn things around.
THIS WEEK: vs. Palm Beach Central
|18. Union County Tigers | Record: 1-0 | Points: 63 | Previous: 20|
|The Tigers won 34-0 over Potter’s House Christian in a weather shortened game and faces West Nassau that saw its Week 1 game get canceled due to weather.
THIS WEEK: vs. West Nassau
|19. Trenton Tigers | Record: 0-0 | Points: 51 | Previous: 17|
|The Tigers will try to get the season going again this week at home against Branford after having their Week 1 game at Lafayette get cancelled at half time due to severe weather.
THIS WEEK: vs. Branford
|20. East Gadsden Jaguars | Record: 1-1 | Points: 43 | Previous: NR|
|The Jaguars lost 3-0 to Bainbridge, GA during Week 0, but defeated a 6A Pine Forest team at home 14-6.
THIS WEEK: vs. Rutherford
|Other Teams Receiving Votes|
|Tampa Catholic – 34; Fort Meade – 33; First Baptist – 24; Blountstown – 20; The First Academy (Orlando) – 18; Frostproof – 18; Monsignor Pace – 17; Chaminade-Madonna – 13; Glades Day – 13; Liberty County – 12; Champagant – 11; Cardinal Newman – 9; Berkeley Prep – 7; Gulliver Prep – 7; Port St. Joe – 5; Lakeland Christian – 4; Chipley – 3; Providence – 3; Cardinal Mooney – 2; Pahokee – 1|
|Our Panel of Pollsters|
|Eric Clark – Big County Preps; Danny Klein – Daytona Beach News-Journal; Philip Piccirillo – FloridaHSFooball.com; Joshua Wilson – FloridaHSFootball.com; Justin Barney – Florida Times-Union; Larry Savage – Gainesville Sun; Adam Fisher – Naples Daily News; Andre Fernandez – Miami Herald; Jeff Greer – Palm Beach Post; Corey Davis – Palm Coast Observer; Brad Milner – Panama City News Herald; Brady Aymond – Pensacola News Journal; Shaquille Jackson – South Florida High School Football Show; Matt Baker – Tampa Bay Times; Nick Williams – Tampa Tribune; Laurel Pfhaler – TC Palm; Chris Green – South Dade News Leader; Dan Leaphart – ESPN 580 Orlando; Wells Dusenbury – ESPN 106.3 West Palm Beach; Marc Adams – 4 Quarters Online; Carson Ingle – 740 The Game Orlando; Doug Pugh – Bright House Sports Network; Austen Gregerson – St. Augustine Record|