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  1. 4A Region 4 - A Look Ahead

    On paper, Booker T may have more top-tier talent than anyone in this region. BTW will be loaded on defense this year. On the D-line they've got 5-star Donell Harris, 3-star Wati Huggins, and 3-star Tramel Logan. Then there is 3-star CB Corey Thornton. Add to that 3-star RB Shemar Paul on offense.
  2. 4A Region 4 - A Look Ahead

    Region 4 should easily be the most competitive region in Class 4A. 7 returning playoffs teams from last season will be in Region 4 this year(teams with double asterisks). 5 of them were in Region 4 last year(italicized below), including defending region champion University School. 5A state champion Cardinal Gibbons moves down in class along with 6A power Carol City. 4A Region 4 finalist Glades Central moves over to Region 3. Team records from last season are listed below. Carol City and Booker T have met 11 times over the past 15 years, and BTW has dominated the series, winning 9 times. Carol City has won the past two meetings, though. **Cardinal Gibbons 13-2 **University School 11-2 **Coral Springs Charter 7-2 **Carol City 9-3 **Gulliver Prep 8-4 **Booker T Washington 5-6 **Monsignor Pace 5-6 North Broward Prep 5-5 Pine Crest 4-6 LaSalle 2-8 Somerset Academy Silver Palms 2-8
  3. 4A Region 3 - An Early Look

    Let's not forget that Carol City has not been the most consistent performer over the past 15 years. They have had a number of losing seasons. This year's team is not overloaded with talent on paper. With Booker T and Cardinal Gibbons in Region 4, it's no lock that Carol City advances. .
  4. FINAL DILLARD 58 TARAVELLA 7

    Dem Texas boyz kicked his a__ out...got tired of hearin bout Florida football
  5. 4A Region 3 - An Early Look

    now that Cocoa is out of the way LOL Sorry, I just had to do that to stir the pot.
  6. Who Are These Two Legendary Coaches? George Smith & Al Morrell

    Al Morrell, who coached for 25 seasons at Clewiston, is the winningset coach ever in SW FL, and is #15 on the list of all-time wins. He retired in 2001. He started his career coaching 5 years at Naples Lely back in the 1970's. Under Morrell, Clewiston went 232-61-1, including one state co-championship, four state runner-ups, 12 regional final appearances, 17 district titles, and 25 overall playoff wins. He was 261-78-5 overall as a high school football coach in Florida. He is one of only a handful of coaches in FL hs history to ever win 100 games in a single decade
  7. 4A Region 3 - An Early Look

    6 returning playoffs teams from last season will be in Region 3 this year. 2 of them were in Region 3 last year...Avon Park and Lake Placid. 4A Region 4 finalist Glades Central moves over to Region 3. Tampa Catholic and AH Delray both move up from 3A and Lakewood moves down from 5A. Too bad Cocoa moved out of the region or things would be that much more interesting. With the geographical spread of this region, seedings will be important. A trip from south FL to Tampa or vice versa could be on the line. Interestingly, Tampa Catholic and Glades Central would have been tied for #1 seed with 40.4 had this region been in place this past season. **American Heritage Delray 9-4 **Tampa Catholic 8-4 **Glades Central 8-4 **Lake Placid 6-5 **Lakewood 6-6 **Avon Park 5-6 Somerset Canyons 5-5 Clewiston 2-8 Lemon Bay 2-8 Tenoroc 1-8
  8. Who Are These Two Legendary Coaches? George Smith & Al Morrell

    George Smith of St Thomas is one of the answers! Walt Frazier did not quite get to 225 wins at Carol City.
  9. Who Are These Two Legendary Coaches? George Smith & Al Morrell

    Good try, but no.
  10. 4A Region 2 - A Look Ahead

    4 returning playoff teams will be in this region next season(those with double asterisks). 2 of them (South Sumter and Villages) were in this region last season. Cocoa and Astronaut both move over from 4A Region 3. Despite a very successful season, Astronaut was no match for Cocoa in the playoffs, losing 35-0. If Cocoa did not win the region, it would be a shocker. Team records from last season are listed below. **Villages 11-1 **Astronaut 10-2 **Cocoa 10-4 Space Coast 6-4 Keystone Heights 5-5 **South Sumter 5-6 Lake Highland Prep 4-6 Palatka 3-7 Cypress Creek 3-7 Hudson 2-8 Umatilla 0-10 Lake Highland Prep
  11. 4A Region 1 - An Early Look

    8 of the 11 teams in the region made the playoffs last year(those with a double asterisk), but only a couple had records worth bragging about. Even 0-9 Gadsden and 2-6 Rutherford made the playoffs. 5 of the 8 teams were in this region last season (italicized below). Santa Fe and Bradford both move over from 4A Region 2. Raines moves out of the region, but Bolles moves down from 5A after a respectable playoff performance last year. One would have to think Bolles will dominate the region like Raines did, even in a "down" year. Team records from last season are listed below. **West Nassau 9-3 **Bolles 8-5 **South Walton 6-5 **Marianna 5-5-1 **Santa Fe 5-6 **Bradford 5-6 **Rutherford 2-7 Fernandina Beach 2-8 Bay 1-6 North Bay Haven 0-6 **Gadsden 0-10
  12. Who Are These Two Legendary Coaches? George Smith & Al Morrell

    Good try, but no. Think which team in south FL has won a LOT of games over the years.
  13. Who Are These Two Legendary Coaches? George Smith & Al Morrell

    Joe Zaccheo was HC for 14 years at Monsignor Pace. Good guess!
  14. Who Are These Two Legendary Coaches? George Smith & Al Morrell

    I am talking south of there, Hwy 17, like the northern tip of Lake Okeechobee southward.
  15. In the southern part of the state, only 2 coaches have ever coached at the same school(head coach that is) for 25 years and won 225+ games and at least one state title at that school. Who are they and at what school did each coach for that long tenure?
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