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2021 Playoff Pick 'Em Contest - Round 3 (11/26)


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This pick 'em contest is not ran nor endorsed by FloridaHSFootball.com.  The contest is for fun and ran independently of the website.

 

Scoring:

Each week, there will be 16 games to pick.  You will pick the winners and assign a confidence rating for every game.  Your most confident pick is give the 16 point spot.  The next most confident pick is for 15 points and all the way down to your least confident pick for 1 point.  A perfect week will get you 136 points plus the bonus game for 137 points.  I will track points throughout the post-season by username.  For example:

16: Team A over Team B

15: Team F over Team E

14: Team D over Team C

etc.

BONUS: Team X over Team Y

 

Round 3 (Regional Finals)

 

Picks are due by 7:00 PM on Friday

 

1A: Chipley at Baker

1A: Pahokee at Hawthorne

2A: Zephyrhills Christian Academy at Orlando Christian Prep

2A: John Carroll (Fort Pierce) at Champagnat Catholic (Hialeah)

3A: The Benjamin School (Palm Beach Gardens) at Lakeland Christian

3A: Clearwater Central Catholic at Berkeley Prep (Tampa)

4A: The Villages Charter at Cocoa

4A: Cardinal Gibbons (Fort Lauderdale) at Gulliver Prep (Miami)

5A: Wakulla (Crawfordville) at Baker County (Glen St. Mary)

5A: Sebring at Clearwater

6A: Hillsborough (Tampa) at Jesuit (Tampa)

6A: Mosley (Lynn Haven) at Pine Forest (Pensacola)

7A: Homestead at St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale)

7A: Lake Gibson (Lakeland) at Melbourne

8A: Palmetto (Miami) at Columbus (Miami)

8A: Apopka at Seminole (Sanford)

 

No BONUS game this week, but we will have a bonus game next week for the Sunshine State Independent Association Championship.

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9 minutes ago, sikolec said:

This pick 'em contest is not ran nor endorsed by FloridaHSFootball.com.  The contest is for fun and ran independently of the website.

 

Scoring:

Each week, there will be 16 games to pick.  You will pick the winners and assign a confidence rating for every game.  Your most confident pick is give the 16 point spot.  The next most confident pick is for 15 points and all the way down to your least confident pick for 1 point.  A perfect week will get you 136 points plus the bonus game for 137 points.  I will track points throughout the post-season by username.  For example:

16: Team A over Team B

15: Team F over Team E

14: Team D over Team C

etc.

BONUS: Team X over Team Y

 

Round 3 (Regional Finals)

 

Picks are due by 7:00 PM on Friday

 

1A: Chipley at Baker

1A: Pahokee at Hawthorne

2A: Zephyrhills Christian Academy at Orlando Christian Prep

2A: John Carroll (Fort Pierce) at Champagnat Catholic (Hialeah)

3A: The Benjamin School (Palm Beach Gardens) at Lakeland Christian

3A: Clearwater Central Catholic at Berkeley Prep (Tampa)

4A: The Villages Charter at Cocoa

4A: Cardinal Gibbons (Fort Lauderdale) at Gulliver Prep (Miami)

5A: Wakulla (Crawfordville) at Baker County (Glen St. Mary)

5A: Sebring at Clearwater

6A: Hillsborough (Tampa) at Jesuit (Tampa)

6A: Mosley (Lynn Haven) at Pine Forest (Pensacola)

7A: Homestead at St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale)

7A: Lake Gibson (Lakeland) at Melbourne

8A: Palmetto (Miami) at Columbus (Miami)

8A: Apopka at Seminole (Sanford)

 

No BONUS game this week, but we will have a bonus game next week for the Sunshine State Independent Association Championship.

Baker 1

Hawthorne 2

ZCA 3

Champagnat 15

Lakeland Christian 4

Berkeley 14

Cocoa 13

Gibbons 12

Baker Co 5

Clearwater 11

Jesuit 10

Pine Forest 6

STA 16

Lake Gibson 9

Palmetto 8

Seminole 7

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2 Baker

12 Pahokee 

1 Orlando Christian Prep

7 Champagnat Catholic (Hialeah)

3 The Benjamin School (Palm Beach Gardens)

11 Berkeley Prep (Tampa)

15 Cocoa

10 Cardinal Gibbons (Fort Lauderdale)

9 Baker County (Glen St. Mary)

4 Clearwater

14 Jesuit (Tampa)

6  Pine Forest (Pensacola)

16 St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale)

13 Lake Gibson (Lakeland)

5 Columbus (Miami)

8 Seminole (Sanford)

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1A: Baker (13)

1A: Pahokee (16)

2A: Zephyrhills Christian Academy (8)

2A: Champagnat Catholic (Hialeah) (14)

3A: The Benjamin School (Palm Beach Gardens) (11)

3A: Berkeley Prep (Tampa) (12)

4A: Cocoa (15)

4A: Cardinal Gibbons (Fort Lauderdale) (6)

5A: Baker County (Glen St. Mary) (4)

5A: Sebring (6)

6A: Jesuit (Tampa) (10)

6A: Pine Forest (Pensacola) (7)

7A: St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale) (9)

7A: Lake Gibson (Lakeland) (3)

8A: Palmetto (Miami) (1)

8A: Apopka (2)

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10 CHIPLEY 1A: Chipley at Baker

6 PAHOKEE 1A: Pahokee at Hawthorne

1 ORLANDO CHRISTIAN PREP 2A: Zephyrhills Christian Academy at Orlando Christian Prep

7 CHAMPAGNAT CATHOLIC 2A: John Carroll (Fort Pierce) at Champagnat Catholic (Hialeah)

8 BENJAMIN SCHOOL 3A: The Benjamin School (Palm Beach Gardens) at Lakeland Christian

14 BERKELEY PREP 3A: Clearwater Central Catholic at Berkeley Prep (Tampa)

16 COCOA 4A: The Villages Charter at Cocoa

11 CARDINAL GIBBONS 4A: Cardinal Gibbons (Fort Lauderdale) at Gulliver Prep (Miami)

3 WAKULLA 5A: Wakulla (Crawfordville) at Baker County (Glen St. Mary)

12 CLEARWATER 5A: Sebring at Clearwater

15 JESUIT 6A: Hillsborough (Tampa) at Jesuit (Tampa)

9 PINE FOREST 6A: Mosley (Lynn Haven) at Pine Forest (Pensacola)

5 ST THOMAS AQUINAS 7A: Homestead at St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale)

13 LAKE GIBSON 7A: Lake Gibson (Lakeland) at Melbourne

2 PALMETTO 8A: Palmetto (Miami) at Columbus (Miami)

4 SEMINOLE 8A: Apopka at Seminole (Sanford)

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16. Village charter

15. Hillsborough 

14. Melbourne 

13. Homestead 

12. John Carroll 

11. Lakeland Christian 

10. Clearwater central catholic 

9. Sebring

8. Zephyrhills Christian 

7. Mosley 

6. Baker County 

5. Chipley 

4. Hawthorne 

3. Cardinal Gibbons 

2. Columbus 

1. Apopka

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DarterBlue2 led the charge this week with 118.  CHOCTAWDAD leads us all for the playoffs by a decent margin (+26 to next closest).  Positions 2-5 are extremely close.

 

Playoffs Round 3 Scoreboard:

DarterBlue2 - 118

Cat_Scratch - 115

sikolec - 115

nolebull813 - 114

fishspinners - 106

Hwy17 - 106

Wellington - 106

CHOCTAWDAD - 103

KeemD321 - 102

KidSupreme28 - 93

VeniceIndiansFootball - 90

BigBoyBall - 88

muckboy561 - 84

Jesse - 39

 

Top 5 for Playoffs

1. CHOCTAWDAD - 345

2. fishspinners - 319

3. nolebull813 - 316

4. Hwy17 - 314

5. Wellington - 311

 

Round 4 will be posted shortly.

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2 hours ago, sikolec said:

DarterBlue2 led the charge this week with 118.  CHOCTAWDAD leads us all for the playoffs by a decent margin (+26 to next closest).  Positions 2-5 are extremely close.

 

Playoffs Round 3 Scoreboard:

DarterBlue2 - 118

Cat_Scratch - 115

sikolec - 115

nolebull813 - 114

fishspinners - 106

Hwy17 - 106

Wellington - 106

CHOCTAWDAD - 103

KeemD321 - 102

KidSupreme28 - 93

VeniceIndiansFootball - 90

BigBoyBall - 88

muckboy561 - 84

Jesse - 39

 

Top 5 for Playoffs

1. CHOCTAWDAD - 345

2. fishspinners - 319

3. nolebull813 - 316

4. Hwy17 - 314

5. Wellington - 311

 

Round 4 will be posted shortly.

How I get 39 points??? Just kidding 

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