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South Florida High School Football Scoreboard- Week Eleven


Here’s a look at this week’s games and the scores.  Check back throughout the weekend with this link as we’ll consistently update it as always.  It’s a Hotbed World.

Monday, October 30th 
West Broward 54, Cooper City 21
Vero Beach 51, Dr. Krop 0
Westwood 7, Pompano 0
Deerfield Beach 63, Coral Springs 6
Stranahan 22, South Broward 18
Cardinal Gibbons 36, Dillard 6

Tuesday, October 31st 
North Broward Prep, 29, Gulliver 14
Miami Norland, 19, Mater Academy 0
Boyd Anderson 38, Piper 0

Thursday, November 2nd
South Dade 42, Edison 0
Palmetto 59, Coral Reef 0
Monarch 21, Coral Glades 0
Nova 55, Pembroke Pines Charter 0
Miami Beach 14, Keys Gate 6
Ronald Reagan @ Varela
Cypress Bay 33, Travella 20
Carol City 46, American 0

Friday, November 3rd
Goleman 36, Mourning 12
Coral Park 40, Hialeah Gardens 16
Gulliver Prep 34, Westminister Christian 7
Palmer Trinity 35, Somerset Academy 14
Chaminade-Madonna 33, University School 14
Monsignor Pace 14, Belen Jesuit 0
Cardinal Gibbons 49, Hollywood Hills 0
Everglades Prep 48, Pine Crest 34
Western 47, Cooper City 7
Miami 55, North Miami Beach 20
American Heritage (Del Ray) 42, Westminster Academy 0
Calvary Christian @ Coral Springs Charter
Piper @ Naples
Homestead 18, Ferguson 3
Key West 35, IMG (White) 21
Miramar 44, St. Thomas Aquinas 27
American Heritage 37, Coconut Creek 0

Saturday, November 4th
Hialeah @ Hialeah Miami Lakes
Dillard @ Blanche Ely

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About Brandon Odoi

Brandon Odoi is a tenured journalist. He's covered youth football since 8th grade, high school football since 2009 and began covering college football in 2011 as a beat writer for the University of Miami Athletic programs. In 2011, he founded Football Hotbed a national multi-media platform for football across the country. He's a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University and spent his first five years as a professional working at ABC Television Network, ending his career as a producer in Miami. He's married with two sons and resides in South Florida.

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