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Class 6A playoff point averages & projected seeds after Week 9

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GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Nine weeks of football is complete and the FHSAA has updated the playoff point averages for all teams in all classifications.

As such with this latest update, the playoff picture is starting to become much clearer with just two weeks of games left.

In Classes 5A-8A, district record was taken into consideration except on certain exceptions which are noted.

For Class 6A, 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.

NOTE: Teams in RED have clinched their district championship

REGION 1

Team Record Avg
Niceville 7-1 41.88
Escambia 6-2 41.38
Pine Forest 5-3 40.88
Navarre 7-1 40.63
Gulf Breeze 7-1 37.75
Crestview 6-2 36.88
Pace 5-3 36.88
St. Augustine 3-5 34.38
Ed White 4-4 33.75
Milton 3-5 33.50
Fort Walton Beach 1-7 33.38
Choctawhatchee 2-6 32.88
Tate 2-6 31.50
Nease 2-6 30.00
Washington (Pensacola) 0-8 29.38
Middleburg 2-6 29.25
Englewood 1-7 27.38

 

PROJECTED SEEDS

District Champions

No. 1 Niceville (6A-3)
No. 2 Pine Forest (6A-1)
No. 3 Navarre (6A-2)
No. 4 St. Augustine (6A-4)

Wildcards

No. 5 Escambia
No. 6 Gulf Breeze
No. 7 Crestview
No. 8 Pace

PROJECTED REGIONAL QUARTERFINAL PAIRINGS

No. 8 Pace at No. 1 Niceville
No. 5 Escambia at No. 4 St. Augustine
No. 6 Gulf Breeze at No. 3 Navarre
No. 7 Crestview at No. 2 Pine Forest

QUICK THOUGHTS: Not much change in the region this week in terms of seeding other than Gulf Breeze and Crestview swapping spots. However, District 6A-4 could come down to a three-way tiebreaker for District Champion if St. Augustine beats Middleburg and Nease beats Englewood on Friday night. If that happens we would not know who the district champion is until the final brackets are revealed on Sunday, November 4. The rest of the districts in this region should have a declared district champion after this week.

REGION 2

Team Record Avg
Vanguard 8-0 44.75
Armwood 7-1 42.50
Gainesville 5-3 40.38
Lake Wales 7-1 39.13
Mitchell 6-2 38.75
Lake Weir 5-3 38.25
South Lake 5-3 37.75
Sebring 5-2 37.71
Chamberlain 6-2 37.63
Lake Gibson 4-5 37.56
Hillsborough 4-4 36.88
Land O’ Lakes 5-2 36.29
Springstead 6-3 36.00
Sunlake 3-5 34.63
Forest 3-5 34.63
Auburndale 3-5 32.50
Blake 3-5 31.13
Pasco 2-6 29.88
Leesburg 1-7 29.75
King 2-6 28.63
Brandon 1-7 28.00
Lake Region 0-9 27.22

 

PROJECTED SEEDS

District Champions

No. 1 Vanguard (6A-5)
No. 2 Armwood (6A-7)
No. 3 Lake Wales (6A-8)
No. 4 Mitchell (6A-6)

Wildcards

No. 5 Gainesville
No. 6 Lake Weir
No. 7 South Lake
No. 8 Sebring

PROJECTED REGIONAL QUARTERFINAL PAIRINGS

No. 8 Sebring at No. 1 Vanguard
No. 5 Gainesville at No. 4 Mitchell
No. 6 Lake Weir at No. 3 Lake Wales
No. 7 South Lake at No. 2 Armwood

QUICK THOUGHTS: A lot of shifting here this week as Vanguard takes the No. 1 seed this week who has locked in their spot with clinching their district. Lake Wales joins the fray with their district clinched as well. Sebring makes a move into a possible playoff spot here despite losing to Lake Wales last week as some weaker games have now factored in for teams like Chamberlain, Hillsborough and Lake Gibson, who will need to win out or get help in order to compete for a wildcard spot, although Hillsborough still has a chance to win their district outright at the moment with the beat Armwood on Friday night.

REGION 3

Team Record Avg
Charlotte 7-1 41.50
Fort Myers 7-1 40.00
Barron Collier 7-1 39.38
Naples 7-1 39.13
North Fort Myers 5-3 38.75
Clearwater 6-2 38.75
Lehigh 5-2 38.57
Largo 6-2 38.13
Golden Gate 5-3 38.13
Boca Ciega 6-3 36.44
Cape Coral 5-3 35.63
Palmetto Ridge 3-5 35.38
Northeast (St. Petersburg) 3-5 35.25
Port Charlotte 6-2 34.50
Osceola (Seminole) 1-7 31.75
Island Coast 1-7 31.38
Dixie Hollins 4-4 31.13
Ida Baker 1-8 29.89
Estero 2-6 29.00
East Lee County 0-8 28.63

 

PROJECTED SEEDS

District Champions

No. 1 Charlotte (6A-10)
No. 2 Fort Myers (6A-11)
No. 3 Barron Collier (6A-12)
No. 4 Clearwater (6A-9)

Wildcards

No. 5 Naples
No. 6 North Fort Myers
No. 7 Lehigh
No. 8 Largo*

*Largo wins the tiebreaker over Golden Gate with more CAT 2 wins (1-0)

PROJECTED REGIONAL QUARTERFINAL PAIRINGS

No. 8 Largo at No. 1 Charlotte
No. 5 Naples at No. 4 Clearwater
No. 6 North Fort Myers at No. 3 Barron Collier
No. 7 Lehigh at No. 2 Fort Myers

QUICK THOUGHTS: Charlotte joined Fort Myers last week as the only two teams so far in the region to clinch their districts. Naples or Barron Collier will join that list this week while District 6A-9 could end up in a tiebreaker situation depending on the result of the Clearwater/Largo game on Friday night. Outside of that the top eight teams remain the same, but for teams like Golden Gate and Boca Ciega, they are going to need help if they want to be able to get in the playoffs.

REGION 4

Team Record Avg
Miami Carol City 8-0 41.88
Heritage (Palm Bay) 7-1 40.88
Miami Central 8-1 40.67
Miami Northwestern 3-5 38.75
Mainland 6-3 38.67
Dillard 6-2 37.13
Eau Gallie 6-2 36.75
Miami Norland 3-5 36.63
New Smyrna Beach 6-2 35.88
Jensen Beach 4-4 35.50
Boyd Anderson 4-4 34.38
Archbishop McCarthy 1-7 34.25
Sebastian River 5-3 34.00
Deltona 4-4 33.88
Matanzas 3-5 32.13
Hialeah-Miami Lakes 0-8 31.00
Bayside 3-5 30.75
Seabreeze 1-7 29.63
Okeechobee 0-8 29.63
Boynton Beach 1-7 29.00
Pine Ridge 0-9 28.56
Northeast (Oakland Park) 0-8 26.88

 

PROJECTED SEEDS

District Champions

No. 1 Miami Carol City (6A-16)
No. 2 Heritage (Palm Bay) (6A-14)
No. 3 Mainland (6A-13)
No. 4 Dillard (6A-15)

Wildcards

No. 5 Miami Central
No. 6 Miami Northwestern
No. 7 Eau Gallie
No. 8 Miami Norland

PROJECTED REGIONAL QUARTERFINAL PAIRINGS

No. 8 Miami Norland at No. 1 Miami Carol City
No. 5 Miami Central at No. 4 Dillard
No. 6 Miami Northwestern at No. 3 Mainland
No. 7 Eau Gallie at No. 2 Heritage (Palm Bay)

QUICK THOUGHTS: Three of the four districts in this region have district champions with the biggest showdown of the year between Miami Carol City and Miami Central will determine a champion in District 6A-16 on Friday night. Outside of that, none of the projected seedings has changed here except New Smyrna Beach falling out of the top eight while Eau Gallie moves into the No. 7 seed. However, not all is lost for New Smyrna Beach or Jensen Beach to able to get in as long they get help from other teams and Miami Norland dropping one of their next two games.







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