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Class 2A playoff point averages & projected seeds after Week 7

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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — After seven weeks of football, the FHSAA has once again updated the playoff point averages for all teams in all classifications.

There are big changes across the board this week as some teams have entered the projected playoff picture while others have fallen out. In Classes 5A-8A, district record was taken into consideration except on certain exceptions which are noted.

For Class 2A, you will find a breakdown of point averages for each team in every region and a projected seeding (including tiebreakers) based upon the guidelines as published by the FHSAA (click here to view), as well as quick thoughts about each region.

REGION 1

Team Record Avg
North Florida Christian 4-3 40.29
Maclay 7-0 38.57
University Christian 5-2 37.71
Aucilla Christian 6-1 37.57
Eagle’s View 2-3 36.20
Munroe Day 2-4 34.83
Rocky Bayou Christian 2-3 34.60
FAMU DRS 2-4 33.67
North Florida Educational 0-6 31.83
St. John Paul II (Tallahassee) 0-4 28.25

PROJECTED SEEDS

No. 1 North Florida Christian
No. 2 Maclay
No. 3 University Christian
No. 4 Aucilla Christian
No. 5 Eagle’s View
No. 6 Munroe Day

PROJECTED REGIONAL QQUARTERFINALPAIRINGS

BYES: No. 1 North Florida Christian, No. 2 Maclay

No. 5 Eagle’s View at No. 4 Aucilla Christian
No. 6 Munroe Day at No. 3 University Christian

QUICK THOUGHTS: North Florida Christian has no doubt played a stronger schedule, but I am not sure they will keep a hold of the No. 1 seed with University Christian heading into the toughest part of their schedule coming off a bye week. Maclay has been a surprising team so far and they remain undefeated, but some of that could be attributed to the weak strength of schedule, but at the same time, some teams also overachieving as well. Big note on Eagle’s View is while their record is 3-3 overall, the record for FHSAA’s purposes is 2-3 as the game they won versus Cocoa Beach last week was not a game that was scheduled prior to the cutoff before Week 1 back on August 20. Biggest surprise not on this list? FAMU DRS… the loss to Liberty County is still hurting them here and now losing the North Florida Christian game for this week due to Hurricane Michael could hurt even more.

REGION 2

Team Record Avg
Victory Christian 6-1 39.57
Foundation Academy 6-1 38.43
Trinity Christian (Deltona) 5-2 36.14
Zephyrhills Christian 4-2 35.17
Oak Hall 3-3 33.83
St. Francis Catholic 3-3 33.33
Kingdom Prep 0-5 32.80
Warner Christian 0-5 31.20
Cornerstone Charter 3-4 29.71
Halifax Academy 4-3 28.57
Merritt Island Christian 1-4 24.60

PROJECTED SEEDS

No. 1 Victory Christian
No. 2 Foundation Academy
No. 3 Trinity Christian (Deltona)
No. 4 Zephyrhills Christian
No. 5 Oak Hall
No. 6 St. Francis Catholic

PROJECTED REGIONAL QUARTERFINAL PAIRINGS

BYES: No. 1 Victory Christian, No. 2 Foundation Academy

No. 5 Oak Hall at No. 4 Zephyrhills Christian
No. 6 St. Francis Catholic at No. 3 Trinity Christian (Deltona)

QUICK THOUGHTS: The top two seeds in this region is very clear with Victory Christian and Foundation Academy despite each of them having a loss. Deltona Trinity Christian should easily keep its hold on the No. 3 seed with the success they are having and I would go as far as to say that the remaining seeds you see are the teams that are likely going to be rounding out the playoff field from this region at this point, although the seedings could change between now and November 4.

REGION 3

Team Record Avg
Seffner Christian 6-0 39.33
Admiral Farragut 4-1 38.80
Carrollwood Day 4-2 37.33
Cambridge Christian 3-4 36.29
Northside Christian 1-5 34.00
Evangelical Christian 2-4 33.83
Indian Rocks Christian 2-5 33.00
Southwest Florida Christian 1-6 32.29
Keswick Christian 3-3 30.00

PROJECTED SEEDS

No. 1 Seffner Christian
No. 2 Admiral Farragut
No. 3 Carrollwood Day
No. 4 Cambridge Christian
No. 5 Northside Christian
No. 6 Evangelical Christian

PROJECTED REGIONAL QUARTERFINAL PAIRINGS

BYES: No. 1 Seffner Christian, No. 2 Admiral Farragut

No. 5 Northside Christian at No. 4 Cambridge Christian
No. 6 Evangelical Christian at No. 3 Carrollwood Day

QUICK THOUGHTS: Seffner Christian and Admiral Farragut are clearly showing they are the top teams in this region especially Admiral Farragut’s smashing of Carrollwood Day last week in a makeup game. A big thought here on Northside Christian is that they while a playoff ban was announced for them forfeiting a game earlier this season versus Victory Christian, the school is currently appealing the ban. As such they are still eligible until the appeal process is exhausted.

REGION 4

Team Record Avg
Miami Christian 6-0 41.67
Glades Day 4-3 39.71
Moore Haven 4-1 38.60
St. John Neumann 5-1 38.33
Champagnat 3-3 37.83
First Baptist (Naples) 3-3 33.83
Community School (Naples) 3-3 32.50
Village Academy 0-6 30.33
Marco Island Academy 0-4 27.75

PROJECTED SEEDS

No. 1 Miami Christian
No. 2 Glades Day
No. 3 Moore Haven
No. 4 St. John Neumann
No. 5 Champagnat
No. 6 First Baptist (Naples)

PROJECTED REGIONAL QUARTEFINAL PAIRINGS

BYES: No. 1 Miami Christian, No. 2 Glades Day

No. 5 Champagnat at No. 4 St. John Neumann
No. 6 First Baptist (Naples) at No. 3 Moore Haven

QUICK THOUGHTS: Miami Christian is a surprise to see sitting here at No. 1 as they are the new kids on the block this season, but they are undefeated and they are doing what they are suppose to do by winning. Now that doesn’t say they are the best team here at this point. Glades Day is certainly rebounding nicely and 4-3 it shows their schedule is tough for their level and they are being rewarded for it with the performance from other programs on the schedule they have played to date. Defending state champion Champagnat has struggled in some games, most notably the game at Venice last week. However, there is still a change they could be in play for a home playoff game or even the No. 2 spot as there is several weeks left here to shake things up.







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