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# of Titles Won by Each Team Competing This Week & Possible Milestones

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Some possible milestones that could be reached this week:

St Thomas Aquinas has a chance to become only the second program to win 11 state titles.

North Florida Christian has a chance to become only the fourth program to win 8 state titles.

Cocoa and Baker have a chance to become only the 15th program to win 5 state titles and only the 8th public school to do so.

Lakeland has a chance to become only the 8th program to win 7 state titles(the second public school) and join an elite group of programs that have won a state title in 4 different decades.

Northwestern has a chance to become the first public school ever to win back-to-back state titles in 2 different decades. (St Thomas Aquinas, NFC, University Christian and Trinity Christian all have) 

Madison County has a chance to become one of only a handful of teams to ever lose more than 5 state title games.:wacko:  That group includes Armwood and St Thomas Aquinas.

 

# of State Titles Won by Each Team Competing This Weekend

St Thomas Aquinas 10

Lakeland 6

North Florida Christian 6

Northwestern 5

Cocoa 4

Baker 4

Madison County 3

Armwood 3

Chaminade-Madonna 3

Champagnat 2

Raines 2

Cardinal Gibbons 0

North Marion 0

Columbus 0

Mandarin 0

King's Academy 0

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On 12/5/2018 at 10:00 PM, OldSchoolLion said:

Some possible milestones that could be reached this week:

St Thomas Aquinas has a chance to become only the second program to win 11 state titles.

North Florida Christian has a chance to become only the fourth program to win 8 state titles.

Cocoa and Baker have a chance to become only the 15th program to win 5 state titles and only the 8th public school to do so.

Lakeland has a chance to become only the 8th program to win 7 state titles(the second public school) and join an elite group of programs that have won a state title in 4 different decades.

Northwestern has a chance to become the first public school ever to win back-to-back state titles in 2 different decades. (St Thomas Aquinas, NFC, University Christian and Trinity Christian all have) 

Madison County has a chance to become one of only a handful of teams to ever lose more than 5 state title games.:wacko:  That group includes Armwood and St Thomas Aquinas.

 

# of State Titles Won by Each Team Competing This Weekend

St Thomas Aquinas 10

Lakeland 6

North Florida Christian 6

Northwestern 5

Cocoa 4

Baker 4

Madison County 3

Armwood 3

Chaminade-Madonna 3

Champagnat 2

Raines 2

Cardinal Gibbons 0

North Marion 0

Columbus 0

Mandarin 0

King's Academy 0

Check mark for Lakeland

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