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13 minutes ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Well it's something that you probably should have joined at beginning of season bc joining this late it would be impossible to catch up to win but your welcome to play for fun

 

 

The pickem games are pinned

Oh lol I didn't know

And WHY DAMN WEST AND CC AREN' LISTED

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Winter Park  L  0-1
 Dr. Phillips  W  1-1
Atlantic (Delray)  W  2-1
Miami  W  3-1
Bartram Trail  W  4-1
Lakeland  L  4-2
Venice  W  5-2
St. Thomas Aquinas  W  6-2
 St. Augustine  W  7-2
Armwood  W  8-2
Naples  W  9-2
Northwestern  W  10-2
Jax. Trinity Christian   L  10-3
Baker County  W  11-3
Immokalee  W  12-3
American Heritage (Plantation)  W  13-3
Raines   W  14-3
Cocoa  W  15-3
Oxbridge Academy  W  16-3
Chaminade Madonna W  17-3
University Christian   W  18-3
Champagnat Catholic   W  19-3
Blountstown   W  20-3
Madison County  W  21-3

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Dr. Phillips at Wekiva  L  0-1
Miami at Atlantic (Delray)  L  0-2
Plant at Bartram Trail  L  0-3
St. Thomas Aquinas at Venice  W  1-3
St. Augustine at Armwood  W  2-3
Naples at Northwestern  W  3-3
Baker County at West Florida Tech L 3-4
Immokalee at American Heritage (Plantation)  W  4-4

 

 

Went 4-4 this week 

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35 minutes ago, SportsNut25 said:

Overall standings have been updated through all the picked games. 

Wow broward forgot his picks this week

 

Looks like i just need to protect this week and I'll walk away with my second straight pickem championship 

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20 hours ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Wow broward forgot his picks this week

 

Looks like i just need to protect this week and I'll walk away with my second straight pickem championship 

Did not forget my picks this past week.  The entry closed and locked nearly 8 hours before the first game at noon.  Every other week this year if I am not mistaken,  and  I thought it was even  initially stated that the weekly contest would close 1-2 hours before kick-off of all games listed.   For example , see State Championship time of closing this week.   For whatever reason it locked significantly earlier then usual last week....

It's all good though.

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43 minutes ago, BrowardHandicapper said:

Did not forget my picks this past week.  The entry closed and locked nearly 8 hours before the first game at noon.  Every other week this year if I am not mistaken,  and  I thought it was even  initially stated that the weekly contest would close 1-2 hours before kick-off of all games listed.   For example , see State Championship time of closing this week.   For whatever reason it locked significantly earlier then usual last week....

It's all good though.

Rigged! Columbia Fan rigged the tourney!! :lol:!

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