Homestead pulled off one the biggest upset of the regional quarterfinal playoffs upsetting No. 3 Cypress Bay in the Class 2A-Region 4 quarterfinals on Tuesday, May 3, 2022, in Weston, Fla. {Courtesy of Homestead Senior High Athletics]

Here is a quick recap of all 16 FHSAA Class 2A flag football regional quarterfinal games that took place on Tuesday and Wednesday nights around the Sunshine State:

REGION 1

No. 1 Fleming Island 26
No. 8 Crestview 12

NOTES: It was the Mykayla Maddox show for the Golden Eagles in the win at home against the visiting Bulldogs. Maddox was responsible for all four of Fleming Island’s scores including three passing touchdowns and one rushing touchdown. Maddox also accounted for two interceptions while Mackenzie Mosley also had an interception for Fleming Island. Fleming Island moves to 14-1 on the season while Crestview ends the season at 9-8.

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No. 5 Port Orange Spruce Creek 13
No. 4 Winter Park 6

NOTES: Spruce Creek took on an up-and-coming Winter Park team that won their first-ever district championship. Spruce Creek moves 13-2 on the season while Winter Park finishes the year at 11-4.

No. 2 Pace 27
No. 7 Jacksonville Sandalwood 12

NOTES: Freshman sensation quarterback Amaya Pablo led the Patriots with three touchdowns on the night while Ashten Dickerson passed for one more to secure the team’s first-ever regional playoff victory. Berkleigh Jernigan scored two receiving touchdowns while Lucy Gongwer and Ava Wheaton each had a receiving touchdown. Sandalwood finishes the season at 9-6 while Pace moves to 17-2 on the season.

No. 3 Tallahassee Chiles 14
No. 6 Orlando Timber Creek 7

NOTES: Chiles used the passing game and defensive abilities to their advantage against a Timber Creek team that had to travel the way in from the east end of Orlando. Timber Creek finishes the season at 12-3 while Chiles moves to 15-3 on the season.

REGION 2

No. 1 Lithia Newsome
No. 8 Valrico Bloomingdale

NOTES: Weather has postponed this game until Wednesday night at 6 p.m.

No. 4 Orlando Dr. Phillips 19
No. 5 Riverview (Riverview) 18

NOTES: Dr. Phillips was the only No. 4 seed to win on Tuesday night as they came from behind to pull off the win. The Panthers move to 16-1 on the season while Riverview finishes the season at 13-5.

No. 2 Tampa Alonso 14
No. 7 Seffner Armwood 6

NOTES: The host Ravens escaped a tough visiting Armwood squad that had gotten crushed just days prior in their district championship game against Tampa Hillsborough. Alonso moves to 18-1 on the season while Armwood ends the year at 10-3.

No. 3 Tampa Hillsborough 29
No. 6 Ruskin Lennard 28

NOTES: In a game that started and saw Lennard up 14-8 on the goal line when a 2-hour lightning delay in the second quarter with six minutes left. The visiting Longhorns would go up 28-8 at the half when the delay was over. Hillsborough’s defense took over intercepting Lennard twice in the second half that turned into points and Hillsborough took the lead with 1:30 left in the game with the extra point to take a 29-28 lead and intercepted Lennard in the end zone to seal the victory. Lennard finishes the season with 13-6 while Hillsborough moves to 11-3 with their first-ever regional playoff victory.

REGION 3

No. 1 Stuart Martin County 20
No. 8 Port St. Lucie Centennial 14 (OT)

NOTES: It took overtime for host Martin County to come out on top against a tough Centennial team who said it can’t be upset with “free football.” Centennial ends the season at 10-7 while Martin County moves on to 16-1.

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No. 5 Lake Worth Park Vista 12
No. 4 Harmony 0

NOTES: Park Vista made the trip all the way into Osceola County and came off with a hard-fought win to advance in the playoffs. Park Vista moves to 15-1 on the season while Harmony sees its season end at 15-3.

No. 2 Boca Raton Spanish River 20
No. 7 Wellington 12

NOTES: Spanish River got revenge on Wellington from their regular-season meeting here in the opening round of the playoffs. Wellington finishes the season at 12-6 while Spanish River moves on in the playoffs with a record of 16-2.

No. 3 Westlake Seminole Ridge 26
No. 6 Fort Pierce Westwood 0

NOTES: The Hawks took care of business shutting out visiting Fort Pierce Westwood to move on to the regional semifinals on Thursday night. Seminole Ridge is now 13-3 on the season while Fort Pierce Westwood ends the year at 11-4.

REGION 4

No. 1 Davie Western 45
No. 8 Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas 0

NOTES: Western rolled one of the newest programs in the state showing them they are still the team to beat right now in Broward County. Western keeps their undefeated record intact at 15-0 while St. Thomas Aquinas sees its season end at 12-3

No. 5 Cooper City 26
No. 4 Miami Ferguson 7

NOTES: Cooper City went on the road down to Miami and dominated the Falcons who have been no stranger to the teams that have emerged with success in Miami. Cooper City moves to 14-4 on the year while Ferguson ends the season at 12-3.

No. 2 Miami High
No. 7 Hollywood South Broward

NOTES: The game was postponed until Wednesday afternoon at 4 p.m. at Curtis Park in Miami. Reasons are unknown why the game was postponed.

No. 6 Homestead 6
No. 3 Weston Cypress Bay 0 (OT)

NOTES: The visiting Broncos went on the road, needing overtime, and fought hard for the first-ever regional playoff victory in school history. Homestead moves to 11-2 on the season while Cypress Bay suffers its first loss of the season to end it at 13-1.