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Florida Playoff Teams by County

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Dade - 19 - Southwest Miami, Killian, Southridge, Belen Jesuit, North Miami Beach, Coral Gables, North Miami, Columbus, American, Mater Academy, Northwestern, Central,  Jackson, Gulliver Prep, Booker T Washington, Somerset Academy, Westminster Christian, Dade Christian, Champagnat

 
Orange - 13 - Apopka, Dr. Phillips, Oak Ridge, Lake Nona, Timber Creek, West Orange, Edgewater, Boone, Wekiva, Jones, Bishop Moore, Foundation Academy, The First Academy
 
Hillsborough - 12 - Armwood, Plant, Hillsborough, Durant, Tampa Bay Tech, Sickles, Bloomingdale, Plant City, Jesuit, Berkeley Prep, Tampa Catholic, Spoto
 
Palm Beach - 12 - Boynton Beach, Cardinal Newman, American Heritage-Delray, Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Beach Central, Park Vista, Wellington, Royal Palm Beach, Atlantic, Glades Central, Glades Day, Jupiter Christian
 
Broward - 11 - Flanagan, Miramar, Ely, St Thomas Aquinas, Plantation, Fort Lauderdale, American Heritage-Plantation, Hallandale, Monarch, Coral Springs, Hollywood-Chaminade 
 
Duval - 11 - First Coast, Raines, Fletcher, Ed White, Bolles, Trinity Christian, Duval Charter, Bishop Kenny, Providence, Westside, University Christian
 
Pinellas - 10 - Clearwater Central Catholic, Calvary Christian, Indian Rocks Christian, Northside Christian, Lakewood, Tarpon Springs, St Petersburg, Pinellas Park, East Lake, Largo
 
Brevard - 8 - Cocoa, Melbourne, Viera, Melbourne Central Catholic, Merritt Island, Titusville, Bayside, Heritage
 
Polk - 8 - Lakeland, Bartow, Winter Haven, Lake Gibson, Auburndale, Lake Wales, Lakeland Christian, Victory Christian
 
Leon - 7 - Lincoln, Leon, Godby, Maclay, North Florida Christian, FAMU, Florida High
 
Lee - 7 - Cape Coral, Island Coast, Ida Baker, Ft Myers, South Fort Myers, Bishop Verot, Evangelican Christian
 
Pasco - 5 - Mitchell, Sunlake, Zephyrhills, Gulf, River Ridge
Collier - 5 - Naples, Immokalee, Lely, Gulf Coast, Naples First Baptist
Escambia - 5 - Pensacola, Escambia, Northview, Tate, West Florida
 
Volusia - 4 - Deland, Mainland, Seabreeze, Warner Christian
 
Lake - 3 - Umatilla, Mount Dora, Southlake
Manatee - 3 - Manatee, Braden River, Palmetto
Marion - 3 - Trinity Catholic, North Marion, Vanguard
Sarasota - 3 - Venice, Booker, Cardinal Mooney
 
Clay - 2 - Oakleaf, Clay
Columbia - Columbia, For White
Indian River - 2 - Vero Beach, St Edwards
Okaloosa - 2 - Choctawhatchee, Niceville
Putnam - 2 - Palatka, Crescent City
St Johns - 2 - St Augustine, Creekside
Seminole - 2 - Oviedo, Lake Mary
Sumter - 2 - South Sumter, The Villages
Walton - 2 - South Walton, Walton
 
Counties with 1 - Alachua - Gainesville
Bay-  Mosely
Calhoun - Blountstown
Charlotte - Charlotte
Desoto - Desoto County
Dixie - Dixie County
Flagler - Palm Coast
Gilchrist - Trenton 
Gulf - Port St Joe
Hamilton - Hamilton County
Hendry - Clewiston
Highlands - Avon Park
Jackson - Graceville 
Lafayette - Lafayette
Liberty - Liberty County
Madison - Madison County
Nassau - Hilliard 
Osceola - Kissimmee Osceola
St Lucie - Fort Pierce Central
Santa Rosa - Navarre 
Suwanee - Suwanee
Taylor  - Taylor County
Union - Union County 
Wakulla - Wakulla 
Washington - Vernon
 
Counties with 0 teams in the playoffs - Baker, Bradford, Citrus, Franklin, Gadsden, Glades, Hardee, Hernando, Holmes, Jefferson, Levy, Martin, Monroe, Okeechobee

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Dade - 19 - Southwest Miami, Killian, Southridge, Belen Jesuit, North Miami Beach, Coral Gables, North Miami, Columbus, American, Mater Academy, Northwestern, Central, Jackson, Gulliver Prep, Booker T Washington, Somerset Academy, Westminster Christian, Dade Christian, Champagnat

Orange - 13 - Apopka, Dr. Phillips, Oak Ridge, Lake Nona, Timber Creek, West Orange, Edgewater, Boone, Wekiva, Jones, Bishop Moore, Foundation Academy, The First Academy

Hillsborough - 12 - Armwood, Plant, Hillsborough, Durant, Tampa Bay Tech, Sickles, Bloomingdale, Plant City, Jesuit, Berkeley Prep, Tampa Catholic, Spoto

Palm Beach - 12 - Boynton Beach, Cardinal Newman, American Heritage-Delray, Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Beach Central, Park Vista, Wellington, Royal Palm Beach, Atlantic, Glades Central, Glades Day, Jupiter Christian

Broward - 11 - Flanagan, Miramar, Ely, St Thomas Aquinas, Plantation, Fort Lauderdale, American Heritage-Plantation, Hallandale, Monarch, Coral Springs, Hollywood-Chaminade

Duval - 11 - First Coast, Raines, Fletcher, Ed White, Bolles, Trinity Christian, Duval Charter, Bishop Kenny, Providence, Westside, University Christian

Pinellas - 10 - Clearwater Central Catholic, Calvary Christian, Indian Rocks Christian, Northside Christian, Lakewood, Tarpon Springs, St Petersburg, Pinellas Park, East Lake, Largo

Brevard - 8 - Cocoa, Melbourne, Viera, Melbourne Central Catholic, Merritt Island, Titusville, Bayside, Heritage

Polk - 8 - Lakeland, Bartow, Winter Haven, Lake Gibson, Auburndale, Lake Wales, Lakeland Christian, Victory Christian

Leon - 7 - Lincoln, Leon, Godby, Maclay, North Florida Christian, FAMU, Florida High

Lee - 7 - Cape Coral, Island Coast, Ida Baker, Ft Myers, South Fort Myers, Bishop Verot, Evangelican Christian

Pasco - 5 - Mitchell, Sunlake, Zephyrhills, Gulf, River Ridge

Collier - 5 - Naples, Immokalee, Lely, Gulf Coast, Naples First Baptist

Escambia - 5 - Pensacola, Escambia, Northview, Tate, West Florida

Volusia - 4 - Deland, Mainland, Seabreeze, Warner Christian

Lake - 3 - Umatilla, Mount Dora, Southlake

Manatee - 3 - Manatee, Braden River, Palmetto

Marion - 3 - Trinity Catholic, North Marion, Vanguard

Sarasota - 3 - Venice, Booker, Cardinal Mooney

Clay - 2 - Oakleaf, Clay

Columbia - Columbia, For White

Indian River - 2 - Vero Beach, St Edwards

Okaloosa - 2 - Choctawhatchee, Niceville

Putnam - 2 - Palatka, Crescent City

St Johns - 2 - St Augustine, Creekside

Seminole - 2 - Oviedo, Lake Mary

Sumter - 2 - South Sumter, The Villages

Walton - 2 - South Walton, Walton

Counties with 1 - Alachua - Gainesville

Bay- Mosely

Calhoun - Blountstown

Charlotte - Charlotte

Desoto - Desoto County

Dixie - Dixie County

Flagler - Palm Coast

Gilchrist - Trenton

Gulf - Port St Joe

Hamilton - Hamilton County

Hendry - Clewiston

Highlands - Avon Park

Jackson - Graceville

Lafayette - Lafayette

Liberty - Liberty County

Madison - Madison County

Nassau - Hilliard

Osceola - Kissimmee Osceola

St Lucie - Fort Pierce Central

Santa Rosa - Navarre

Suwanee - Suwanee

Taylor - Taylor County

Union - Union County

Wakulla - Wakulla

Washington - Vernon

Counties with 0 teams in the playoffs - Baker, Bradford, Citrus, Franklin, Gadsden, Glades, Hardee, Hernando, Holmes, Jefferson, Levy, Martin, Monroe, Okeechobee

somerset academy is in broward county

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I don't think so.... Most if not all their campusus are in miramar and pembroke pines

Ok cause I went to grade school in Pompano at a place called St. Elizabeth of Hungary and was told a few years ago Somerset took over that area after St. E's closed down. I haven't been by that area so was wondering if that is the HS. Guess not. 

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Nole this is great stuff. I've seen it and thought there should be a listing of the total number of high schools in each county as well as what was done with population. Very interesting.

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