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The teams below have won the most FHSAA playoff games.  Only one has accomplished the following in the playoffs.   Who is it?

  • Lost fewer than 25 playoff games.
  • Lost by 10 or more points only 8 times.  
  • Lost by 14 or more points only 3 times.
  • Never lost by more than 28 points in a playoff game. 
  • Allowed a combined average of 13 points in all of its playoff games.
  • Has appeared in title games in 3 or more decades.

Florida High Schools with 50 or More Playoff Wins

  • St Thomas Aquinas
  • Bolles 
  • Glades Central
  • Glades Day
  • Lakeland
  • North Florida Christian 
  • Manatee 
  • Pahokee 
  • Trinity Christian 
  • Armwood 
  • Northwestern 
  • Madison County 
  • Carol City 

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