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8A Region 4 - An Early Look

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Playoff seedings for Region 4 next season could look something like below.  All of these teams made the playoffs last season with the exception of Taravella.  4 very solid playoff teams from this region return this season (Columbus, South Dade, Palmetto and Coral Gables). 

Piper and Western move from 8A Region 3.  One never knows which Piper team will show up from one season to the next.  Its performance has fluctuated wildly in recent years.  Western proved it was not a fluke in 2017 and had another solid performance last year.  West Broward moves up from 7A and looks to establish itself as a regular playoff contender.  Those 3 teams will battle for the District 14 crown.

Taravella and Douglas should battle for the district title in a weak District 12, with the loser likely to stay home for the playoffs.    

Columbus features some studs on both sides of the ball and has to be the region favorite on paper.  This region has been an All-Dade affair of late, so the new alignment will allow for some Broward vs Dade bragging rights.  Dade should have the edge in those matchups. 

#1 Columbus

#2 South Dade

#3 Western

#4 Taravella

#5 Palmetto

#6 Piper

#7 West Broward

#8 Coral Gables

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