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The First FL HS Team to Ever Win 15 Games in a Season?

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Who was the first team to do it?  And who was the second team to do it?  The answers can be found within the list of teams below.



Carol City

Fort Walton Beach




St Thomas Aquinas

Santa Fe




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Bradenton Southeast, led by Coach Paul Maechtle and Peter Warrick, had a 29-1 record in Warrick's junior and senior seasons, with Warrick scoring 27 touchdowns in the 27 games he played. Southeast’s lone loss, to Riverview in 1994, came with Warrick out of action.  

In 1993, Warrick’s junior year, Southeast became the first team in Florida prep history to finish a season with a 15-0 record, en route to the Class 4A state title, an accomplishment that would be matched by Jacksonville Bolles one day later.  Southeast beat Jefferson, Baron Collier and Deerfield Beach on the way to the state finals in Daytona Beach, where they defeated Panama City Bay 20-17.  

In 1994, with Warrick at quarterback, Southeast repeated as state champion, rolling up a 14-1 record, finished with a 19-17 state final victory over Ocala Vanguard, led by future NFL quarterback Daunte Culpepper.  Warrick also led Southeast to an undefeated 35-0 basketball season that year, capped with the Class 5A state championship.



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