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“Everybody Eats B” — South Florida Reacts to 2019 Record Breaking High School Football Champions

By Janey Tate

The entire state of Florida confirmed that the best high school football programs are concentrated in Miami-Dade and Broward counties. A record seven high school football teams went to the Florida High School Athletic Association football championships and all seven returned home winners, which included the urban core’s Booker T. Washington, Miami Northwestern and Miami Central High schools.

In past years, this feat could not have happened especially for schools in Miami-Dade County’s inner cities because the teams all had to “beat up” on each other to make it to the coveted state championship game, said Miami-Dade County Public Schools Vice Chair Steve Gallon.

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