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It was good to see team champions from Jacksonville, Madison, Venice, Tampa, Ft Laud, Hollywood, & Miami. 
Crib boy said everything runs through Miami-Dade but actually they were in 7 classifications & were eliminated in all but 1 class. Jesuit beat down the 305 & beat 954. Hillsborough had 3 terrific teams in the finals! Pine Forrest went under the radar & out played Jesuit, but didn’t outscore them. Venice made Apopka look outmanned with their strictly run offense. Gibbons & Cocoa was a tremendous game. Chaminade ended the season as good as any team in the State. Aquinas smothered TBT early. Rockets, Dade’s only champion were exceptional! Whata great season....it simply goes by too fast.   

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22 minutes ago, Jullian said:

It was good to see team champions from Jacksonville, Madison, Venice, Tampa, Ft Laud, Hollywood, & Miami. 
Crib boy said everything runs through Miami-Dade but actually they were in 7 classifications & were eliminated in all but 1 class. Jesuit beat down the 305 & beat 954. Hillsborough had 3 terrific teams in the finals! Pine Forrest went under the radar & out played Jesuit, but didn’t outscore them. Venice made Apopka look outmanned with their strictly run offense. Gibbons & Cocoa was a tremendous game. Chaminade ended the season as good as any team in the State. Aquinas smothered TBT early. Rockets, Dade’s only champion were exceptional! Whata great season....it simply goes by too fast.   

Damn Jullian!  You beat me to the punch.  Miami-Dade compiled an overall 16-10 post season record excluding the times when they played themselves, LOL.  To build off your post, below is road that each champion and runner-up took to make it to the finals and the counties they had to defeat to get there.  

8A
Venice - Champion

Plant City    Hillsborough
Riverview (Sarasota)    Sarasota
West Orange    Orange
Columbus (Miami)    Miami-Dade
Apopka    Orange

Apopka - Runner Up

Creekside    St. Johns
Bartram Trail (St. Johns)    St. Johns
Seminole    Seminole
Treasure Coast (Port St. Lucie)    St. Lucie

7A
STA - Champion

Atlantic (Delray Beach)    Palm Beach
Miramar    Broward
Homestead    Miami-Dade
Buchholz (Gainesville)    Alachua
Tampa Bay Tech    Hillsborough

Tampa Bay Tech - Runner Up

Largo    Pinellas
Palmetto    Manatee
Wharton (Tampa)    Hillsborough
Lake Gibson (Lakeland)    Polk

6A
Jesuit - Champion

Boca Ciega (Gulfport)    Pinellas
Braden River (Bradenton)    Manatee
Hillsborough (Tampa)    Hillsborough
Northwestern    Miami-Dade
Pine Forest (Pensacola)    Escambia

Pine Forest - Runner Up

Rickards (Tallahassee)    Leon
Riverside    Duval
Mosley (Lynn Haven)    Bay
Jones (Orlando)    Orange

5A
Miami Central - Champion

North Miami Beach    Miami-Dade
American Heritage (Plantation)    Broward
Killian    Miami-Dade
Baker County (Glen St. Mary)    Baker
Merrit Island    Brevard

Merrit Island - Runner Up

Leesburg    Lake
Rockledge    Brevard
Satellite    Brevard
Sebring    Highlands

4A
Cardinal Gibbons - Champion

Pine Crest (Ft. Lauderdale)    Broward
Gulliver Prep    Miami-Dade
Lakewood (St. Petersburg)    Pinellas
Cocoa    Brevard

Cocoa - Runner Up

South Sumter (Bushnell)    Sumter
The Villages Charter    Sumter
Bolles (Jacksonville)    Duval

3A
Chaminade - Champion

Miami Edison    Miami-Dade
Cardinal Newman (West Palm Beach)    Palm Beach
FSU High    Leon
Berkeley Prep (Tampa)    Hillsborough

Berkeley Prep - Runner Up

Bishop Verot (Fort Myers)    Lee
Clearwater Central Catholic    Pinellas
Lakeland Christian    Polk

2A
Trinity Christian - Champion

St. John Paul II (Tallahassee)    Leon
Munroe (Quincy)    Gadsden
Orlando Christian    Orange
Champagnat (Hialeah)    Miami-Dade

Champagnat - Runner Up

Glades Day (Belle Glade)    Palm Beach
John Carroll Catholic (Ft. Pierce)    St. Lucie
First Baptist    Collier

1A 
Madison County - Champion

Wewahitchka    Gulf
Port St. Joe    Gulf
Blountstown    Calhoun
Chiefland    Levy
Hawthorne    Alachua

Hawthorne - Runner Up

Wildwood    Sumter
Pahokee    Palm Beach
Chipley    Washington

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46 minutes ago, Nulli Secundus said:

Damn Jullian!  You beat me to the punch.  Miami-Dade compiled an overall 16-10 post season record excluding the times when they played themselves, LOL.  To build off your post, below is road that each champion and runner-up took to make it to the finals and the counties they had to defeat to get there.  

8A
Venice - Champion

Plant City    Hillsborough
Riverview (Sarasota)    Sarasota
West Orange    Orange
Columbus (Miami)    Miami-Dade
Apopka    Orange

Apopka - Runner Up

Creekside    St. Johns
Bartram Trail (St. Johns)    St. Johns
Seminole    Seminole
Treasure Coast (Port St. Lucie)    St. Lucie

7A
STA - Champion

Atlantic (Delray Beach)    Palm Beach
Miramar    Broward
Homestead    Miami-Dade
Buchholz (Gainesville)    Alachua
Tampa Bay Tech    Hillsborough

Tampa Bay Tech - Runner Up

Largo    Pinellas
Palmetto    Manatee
Wharton (Tampa)    Hillsborough
Lake Gibson (Lakeland)    Polk

6A
Jesuit - Champion

Boca Ciega (Gulfport)    Pinellas
Braden River (Bradenton)    Manatee
Hillsborough (Tampa)    Hillsborough
Northwestern    Miami-Dade
Pine Forest (Pensacola)    Escambia

Pine Forest - Runner Up

Rickards (Tallahassee)    Leon
Riverside    Duval
Mosley (Lynn Haven)    Bay
Jones (Orlando)    Orange

5A
Miami Central - Champion

North Miami Beach    Miami-Dade
American Heritage (Plantation)    Broward
Killian    Miami-Dade
Baker County (Glen St. Mary)    Baker
Merrit Island    Brevard

Merrit Island - Runner Up

Leesburg    Lake
Rockledge    Brevard
Satellite    Brevard
Sebring    Highlands

4A
Cardinal Gibbons - Champion

Pine Crest (Ft. Lauderdale)    Broward
Gulliver Prep    Miami-Dade
Lakewood (St. Petersburg)    Pinellas
Cocoa    Brevard

Cocoa - Runner Up

South Sumter (Bushnell)    Sumter
The Villages Charter    Sumter
Bolles (Jacksonville)    Duval

3A
Chaminade - Champion

Miami Edison    Miami-Dade
Cardinal Newman (West Palm Beach)    Palm Beach
FSU High    Leon
Berkeley Prep (Tampa)    Hillsborough

Berkeley Prep - Runner Up

Bishop Verot (Fort Myers)    Lee
Clearwater Central Catholic    Pinellas
Lakeland Christian    Polk

2A
Trinity Christian - Champion

St. John Paul II (Tallahassee)    Leon
Munroe (Quincy)    Gadsden
Orlando Christian    Orange
Champagnat (Hialeah)    Miami-Dade

Champagnat - Runner Up

Glades Day (Belle Glade)    Palm Beach
John Carroll Catholic (Ft. Pierce)    St. Lucie
First Baptist    Collier

1A 
Madison County - Champion

Wewahitchka    Gulf
Port St. Joe    Gulf
Blountstown    Calhoun
Chiefland    Levy
Hawthorne    Alachua

Hawthorne - Runner Up

Wildwood    Sumter
Pahokee    Palm Beach
Chipley    Washington

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What gets me is that while I RESPECT the rockets & their current success but to say they’re the king of Florida & the representative of Florida as a whole when they didn’t even win their first state title until 2010. 
 

so pretty much it took creating all star team after all star team to become a national force.. (GOT IT) & even then more times then not they were embarrassed nationally. 
 

but as long as they recruit & get 20+ transfers & bully your way to a state title almost every year while verbally belittling any other team good, great or bad I guess is what rocket football is all about. 

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37 minutes ago, THIS_IS_DILLARD said:

What gets me is that while I RESPECT the rockets & their current success but to say they’re the king of Florida & the representative of Florida as a whole when they didn’t even win their first state title until 2010. 
 

so pretty much it took creating all star team after all star team to become a national force.. (GOT IT) & even then more times then not they were embarrassed nationally. 
 

but as long as they recruit & get 20+ transfers & bully your way to a state title almost every year while verbally belittling any other team good, great or bad I guess is what rocket football is all about. 

But that’s no different than most teams that were in the finals.  That’s how u get there these days. Don’t forget either that Coach Roland is one of the best coaches in the state. He’s gets the talent then utilizes it. 

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37 minutes ago, THIS_IS_DILLARD said:

What gets me is that while I RESPECT the rockets & their current success but to say they’re the king of Florida & the representative of Florida as a whole when they didn’t even win their first state title until 2010. 
 

so pretty much it took creating all star team after all star team to become a national force.. (GOT IT) & even then more times then not they were embarrassed nationally. 
 

but as long as they recruit & get 20+ transfers & bully your way to a state title almost every year while verbally belittling any other team good, great or bad I guess is what rocket football is all about. 

Who said they're the King of Florida?  Please don't say Jesse, LOL!

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5 minutes ago, Jullian said:

But that’s no different than most teams that were in the finals.  That’s how u get there these days. Don’t forget either that Coach Roland is one of the best coaches in the state. He’s gets the talent then utilizes it. 

I agree but even in that BE HUMBLE! Because tbh I respect dade county football sometimes envy it but their fans are str8 up classless & bullies they don’t respect the game nor any of their opponents. 

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15 minutes ago, KeemD321 said:

IMG is disqualified because they are not a Florida school. They are a national team based out of Florida nothing more

So st thomas king , Madison King at having little resources and still winning titles and games. Bc they broke literally,  they have to raise money for rings , And busses 

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15 hours ago, Jesse said:

So st thomas king , Madison King at having little resources and still winning titles and games. Bc they broke literally,  they have to raise money for rings , And busses 

You do know more than half the schools in Florida have to raise money for rings, buses, accommodations before away games, uniforms and equipment right?

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On 12/19/2021 at 4:04 PM, Jullian said:

It was good to see team champions from Jacksonville, Madison, Venice, Tampa, Ft Laud, Hollywood, & Miami. 
Crib boy said everything runs through Miami-Dade but actually they were in 7 classifications & were eliminated in all but 1 class. Jesuit beat down the 305 & beat 954. Hillsborough had 3 terrific teams in the finals! Pine Forrest went under the radar & out played Jesuit, but didn’t outscore them. Venice made Apopka look outmanned with their strictly run offense. Gibbons & Cocoa was a tremendous game. Chaminade ended the season as good as any team in the State. Aquinas smothered TBT early. Rockets, Dade’s only champion were exceptional! Whata great season....it simply goes by too fast.   

sta & chaminade are literally made up of dade talent. they do not win without dade! i think yall forget that just because they in broward tht their kids aint from dade. sta qb is from dade & plenty other kids. all chaminade play makers are from the 305. the state still belongs to miami. dont forget it. 

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On 12/19/2021 at 6:00 PM, THIS_IS_DILLARD said:

What gets me is that while I RESPECT the rockets & their current success but to say they’re the king of Florida & the representative of Florida as a whole when they didn’t even win their first state title until 2010. 
 

so pretty much it took creating all star team after all star team to become a national force.. (GOT IT) & even then more times then not they were embarrassed nationally. 
 

but as long as they recruit & get 20+ transfers & bully your way to a state title almost every year while verbally belittling any other team good, great or bad I guess is what rocket football is all about. 

sir you are a hater. ik why you hate cent but damn, them ppl do not get 20 transfers a year. this was year by far an outlier of past years. cent was chasing a natty. but you are lying to yourself. central been good, they just never had a ring til 2010 & the year before that they lost by a couple points against a really good miramar team & year before that they lost to a very good northwestern team. tell broward to get better so yall can stop with these excuses. 

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