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Tuesday’s Flag Football Recap: Pembroke Pines Charter moves to 10-0 on the season

Pembroke Pines Charter has moved to 10-0 on the season after a win over Somerset Central Miramar on Tuesday (PHOTO CREDIT: Coach Wills, Pembroke Pines Charter)

Pembroke Pines Charter continuing winning ways

Current Class 1A No. 6 Pembroke Pines Charter keeps on rolling through their schedule with another win.

This time the win came over Somerset Central Miramar, as the Jaguars took a 28-14 win over the Knights.

Quarterback Christine Alayon continues to have an impressive season throwing four more touchdowns to bring her total to 8 for this week so far. Alayon threw touchdown receptions to Ashlyn Correa and Jahneal Morgan while Victoria Noilles caught two touchdown receptions.

Pembroke Pines Charter improves to 10-0 on the season and is guaranteed the No. 1 spot in the District 1A-13 tournament when district tournaments start in two weeks.

FAMU slips by Rickards to claim a spot in District 1A-2 Tournament

With only four teams per district guaranteed a spot in their respective district tournaments, things came down to one spot being left open between Rickards (Tallahassee) and FAMU DRS (Tallahassee) for the remaining spot come out of District 1A-2.

As such things started off early with FAMU DRS racing off to a 14-0 start according to reports on Twitter. However, Rickards started marching back late in the first half to make 14-13 with FAMU in the lead, a lead FAMU DRS never let go of.

In the end, it came down to one-point making the biggest difference for a Rickards team that was very close to being in the district tournament.

However, going from 0-10 to at least having a .500 season is no small feat, but that is what Ricky Hufty has been able to do in his first season as head coach.

Rickards falls to 6-3 on the seashttps://twitter.com/APGFLAGFOOTBALL/status/854490359195369472on while FAMU DRS improves to 6-4.

With that said the District 1A-2 tournament for the first week of May is now officially set seeding wise, per a tweet from Godby’s Flag Football account on Twitter.

Dr. Phillips squeaks by Harmony

In a battle of heavyweights in the state, Dr. Phillips (Orlando), currently ranked No. 5 in Class 2A, took a drive south to Osceola County to take Class 1A No. 3 Harmony in a mid-week showdown.

In the end, it came down to a score by Harmony with 10 seconds left in the game, but the Longhorns failed to convert the extra point that would have tied the game and setup possible over time, with Dr. Phillips winning 13-12 to improve to 9-0 on the season. Harmony falls to 7-1 on the season.

Seabreeze claims Five Star Conference Title

Seabreeze had a big game against Spruce Creek on Tuesday evening at the Ormond Beach Sports Complex with the Five Star Conference Championship on the line.

In the game, it came down to an overtime affair with the Sandcrabs pulling off an 18-12 win over the Hawks to improve to 7-2 on the season and claiming the Five Star Conference Championship.

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Spruce Creek falls to 3-4 on the season.

Spoto steals the #1 seed in District 1A-6

With one final district game to determine the seeding, all Brandon was needing to do was get a win over Spoto.

Instead, the host Spartans had other plans as they went for 2 after scoring near the end of the game to defeat the visiting Eagles 25-24.

With the win, it guarantees Spoto to have the No. 1 overall seed in the District 1A-6 with Brandon falling to the No. 2 seed. However, Brandon will host the tournament which starts in less than two weeks on May 1.

Other Scores From Tuesday

Vero Beach 19, Centennial (Port St. Lucie) 0
Fort Pierce Central 27, South Fork (Stuart) 0
Pahokee 19, Port St. Lucie 7
Mandarin (Jacksonville) 14, Englewood (Jacksonville) 0
Choctawhatchee (Fort Walton Beach) 26, Fort Walton Beach 0
Lincoln (Tallahassee) 26, Wakulla (Crawfordville) 0
Miami High 19, Miami Beach 0
Hialeah 34, North Miami Beach 0
Glades Central (Belle Glades) 20, Jensen Beach 14 (OT)
Pompano Beach 14, Stranahan (Fort Lauderdale) 0
Clay (Green Cove Springs) 21, Middleburg 0

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