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Miami Northwestern vs Carol City

Miami Washington vs Columbus

Lakewood vs Columbia

Victory Christian vs Miami Edison

Miami Central vs Jesuit

Lakeland vs Sarasota Riverview

Armwood vs Miami Palmetto

Gaither vs Gulliver Prep

St Thomas Aquinas vs American Heritage Plantation

Cardinal Gibbons vs Viera

Jones vs University School

Sanford Seminole vs Rockledge

Edgewater vs Western

Atlantic Delray vs Treasure Coast

Chaminade Madonna vs Bartram Trail

Apopka vs Deerfield Beach

 

 

 

For those who don't have a Twitter you can post your picks below and they will be added to the final tally once the Twitter poll for the current round closes 

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1 hour ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Miami Northwestern

Miami Washington 

Lakewood 

Victory Christian 

Miami Central 

Lakeland 

Miami Palmetto

Gaither 

St Thomas Aquinas 

Cardinal Gibbons 

Jones 

Rockledge

Edgewater 

Atlantic Delray

Chaminade Madonna

Apopka 

 

 

 

For those who don't have a Twitter you can post your picks below and they will be added to the final tally once the Twitter poll for the current round closes 

 

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21 minutes ago, badbird said:

Columbia is going to win this tournament lol

 

Columbia fans be sure to vote for Columbia in the matchup so they can continue to advance in the tournament

LMAO funny but the way I see it is every team has an opportunity to do the same thing 

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Besides it was only done to make a point that the fans of these other teams need to step up because at the end of the day this tournament is for the fans and the overall low counts of these polls have been pretty sad to see

 

But I appreciate the effort that @KeemD321 and @badbird have brought to this tournament so for the remainder of the Florida tournament I'm doubling the value of your votes so each pick will count as 2 votes towards the total 

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I was at the Gaither/Chamberlain game.   Worst officiated game I've ever seen.  The refs literally did not call a single penalty the entire night.   It was if they weren't even there!  

After a strong season, the Chambo defense failed to show up against the Cowboys.  Perhaps Chamberlain has a lot of underclassmen on their squad; but I couldn't find a program anywhere to confirm this.  I guess that's to be expected with these neutral site games. 

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On 1/12/2020 at 9:31 PM, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Besides it was only done to make a point that the fans of these other teams need to step up because at the end of the day this tournament is for the fans and the overall low counts of these polls have been pretty sad to see

 

But I appreciate the effort that @KeemD321 and @badbird have brought to this tournament so for the remainder of the Florida tournament I'm doubling the value of your votes so each pick will count as 2 votes towards the total 

It always drops off in late December...

People will drop in to check on things every once in awhile.

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34 minutes ago, Cat_Scratch said:

It always drops off in late December...

People will drop in to check on things every once in awhile.

Yeah ik that's one of main reasons I wanted to maximize the potential voting places to maximize the fan involvement but it really didn't work as well as I was hoping it would tbh

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For those who don't have Twitter here is the matchups

 

Miami Northwestern vs Miami Washington

Columbia vs Miami Edison

Miami Central vs Lakeland

Miami Palmetto vs Gulliver Prep

St Thomas Aquinas vs Cardinal Gibbons

Jones vs Rockledge

Edgewater vs Atlantic Delray

Chaminade Madonna vs Apopka

 

 

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13 hours ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

 

For those who don't have Twitter here is the matchups

 

Miami Northwestern

Columbia vs Miami Edison  WOW  Both teams have to forfeit for cheating

Miami Central 

Miami Palmetto 

St Thomas Aquinas 

Jones

Edgewater 

Apopka

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

The promoting of Columbia on my sports page would have only been against the rules if it was stated before hand it wasn't allowed 

 

Every team had the same opportunity to do so 

Sounds like an STA excuse

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12 hours ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

Don't be so sure

 

And besides the Florida tournament has a great purpose, all will be seen in due time 

do you include teams like St John Bosco, St Frances, Mater Dei in your national tournament?  If so you need to include IMG

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