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Mosley  (4-0) 6A

Escambia  (4-0) 6A



North Central:


North Marion  5A  (3-1)

Hawthorne  1A  (4-0)



Northeast FL:


Orange Park  5A  (3-1)


Palatka  5A  (3-1)




West Central Florida:


Plant City  7A  (4-0)


George Jenkins  8A  (4-0)




East Central Florida:



Treasure Coast  8A  (3-1)


Centennial  8A  (4-0)





Southwest Florida:



Golden Gate  6A  (4-0)


Barron Collier  6A  (3-1)





Southeast Florida:



Forest Hill  7A  (4-0)


Piper  8A  (3-1)

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1 hour ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Updated the list


Did anyone see these teams being good or know any others i missed? 

West -Central Florida:  7A  Clearwater Countryside 4-0

                                        5A Hardee 4-0

Southwest Florida:  7A Fort Myers Riverdale 4-0

                                   6A Cape Coral 4-0

                                   5A Cypress Lake 3-1

                                   4A Labelle 4-0


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On 9/18/2018 at 7:54 PM, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

It been a while since they been deep in playoffs, do they have what it takes to make a deep run this year? 

I doubt it.  Being the the best looking girl at the dance full of ugly girls doesn't make you pretty.

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4 hours ago, FORTWHITEFAN76 said:

I agree if by not more Dixie's RB is having a heck of senior season already over the 1000 yd mark in 4 games.

Another is Baldwin off to a 4-0 start.

That’s who I was going to say for NE FL. Baldwin has been a shock 

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1 hour ago, Jags904 said:

That’s who I was going to say for NE FL. Baldwin has been a shock 

I wasn't that surprised with Baldwin. They have a good QB who is committed to Troy. They have an OL with Power 5 offers and a JR receiver with power 5 offers. 

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