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Alumni News and Notes -- October 31st

Oct 31, 2014 -- 11:40am

FSU WR Travis Rudolph (Cardinal Newman) is a missing link.

UF RB Kelvin Taylor (Glades Day) hopes to follow in his dad's footsteps and beat Georgia.

Is Kelvin Benjamin (Glades Central) the Offensive Rookie Of The Year?

New England DL Vince Wilfork (Santaluces) has high praise for this week’s opponent. 

Oakland LB Khalil Mack (Fort Pierce Westwood) is impressing coaches. 

San Diego CB Brandon Flowers (Atlantic) hopes his injuries are behind him. 

Nuggets forward Alonzo Gee (Dwyer) has impressed already with good defense. 

Alumni News and Notes -- October 30th

Oct 30, 2014 -- 1:50pm

Auburn OL Pat Miller (Dwyer) has not lost his job. 

Bucks C Larry Sanders (Port Saint Lucie) got dunked on in his team's debut. 

Miami OL Kc Mcdermott (Palm Beach Central) had knee surgery. 

Tennessee's Curt Maggitt (Dwyer) helps bring defense to the SEC. 

Raiders LB Khalil Mack (Fort Pierce Westwood) made this All-Rookie team

Ravens S Matt Elam’s (Dwyer) season has been mixed so far. 

Week 9 Palm Beach County/Treasure Coast High School Football Scores

Oct 30, 2014 -- 1:18pm
 FINAL
#1 Boynton Beach63
Coconut Creek58
 FINAL
American Heritage-Plantation35
#2 American Heritage-Delray45
 FINAL
#3 Dwyer26
#9 Atlantic37
 FINAL
#8 Palm Beach Gardens35
#4 Vero Beach38
 FINAL
#5 Royal Palm Beach48
Olympic Heights0
 FINAL
Miami Northwest7
#7 Glades Central17
 FINAL
#10 Glades Day7
Clewiston41
Football Night in South Florida - Listen LIVE on 760 AM or WATCHFINAL
Fort Pierce Westwood7
Port St. Lucie10
Listen LIVE on ESPN 106.3 FM and at ESPNWestPalm.comFINAL
Oxbridge Academy46
Pembroke Pines Charter0
Southeastern Football Conference Consolation Bracket - Round 1FINAL
Archbishop Curley6
Pope John Paul II45
Southeastern Football Conference Playoffs - Round 1 - Seed in ()FINAL
The King's Academy (5)7
Coral Springs Charter (4)45
 FINAL
Boca Raton Christian29
Hillel21
 FINAL
Pahokee21
Seminole Ridge54
Southeastern Football Conference Consolation Bracket - Round 1FINAL
St. Andrew's41
Benjamin28
 FINAL
Boca Raton13
Park Vista27
 FINAL
Santaluces6
John I. Leonard28
 FINAL
Spanish River20
Palm Beach Central40
 FINAL
Palm Beach Lakes18
Forest Hill19
 FINAL
West Boca7
Lake Worth28
 FINAL
Dillard21
Suncoast7
 FINAL
Inlet Grove6
Key West49
 FINAL
Village Academy12
Jupiter Christian37
 FINAL
Champagnat Catholic35
Treasure Coast0
 FINAL
Melbourne28
Martin County14
 FINAL
South Fork34
Heritage24

Alumni News and Notes -- October 29th

Oct 29, 2014 -- 2:28pm

FSU freshman Travis Rudolph (Cardinal Newman) is stepping in to a bigger role. 

In a winless season, Raiders LB Khalil Mack (Fort Pierce Westwood) stands out. 

Ravens DB Matt Elam (Dwyer) is leading the league in a bad category. 

Eagles K Cody Parkey (Jupiter) is solidifying his role. 

Chargers CB Brandon Flowers (Atlantic) has a connection to this weekend’s game. 

Despite an All-Star season, advanced metrics dislike Indians OF Michael Brantley (Fort Pierce Central). 

ESPN 106.3/WPTV High School Football Top 10 powered by Royal Palm Auto Mall - Week 10

Oct 29, 2014 -- 12:41pm

Here's the Week 10 edition of the ESPN 106.3/WPTV High School Football Top 10 powered by Royal Palm Auto Mall, as voted on by Wells Dusenbury (@DuseReport1063), Ken LaVicka (@KLV1063), and Chris Kokell (@REALCOACHK).

RankPrev.TeamRec.
12American Heritage (3)6-1
21Boynton Beach9-0
34Vero Beach8-0
45Royal Palm Beach7-1
56Wellington7-1
67Glades Central7-2
79Atlantic7-2
83Dwyer7-2
98Palm Beach Gardens5-3
10NRSouth Fork5-3

RECEIVING VOTES: Palm Beach Central, Park Vista

DROPPED OUT: Glades Day (10)

()-denotes first place vote

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Wells Dusenbury's Poll (wdusenbury@espnwestpalm.com)
 
1) American Heritage
2) Boynton Beach
3) Vero Beach
4) Royal Palm Beach
5) Glades Central
6) Wellington
7) Atlantic
8) Dwyer
9) Palm Beach Gardens
10) South Fork
 
Breakdown: American Heritage further established itself as the area's top teams this weekend with another impressive performance. Facing reigning 5A state champion Plantation-American Heritage, the Stallions bullied the Patriots on the ground en route to a 45-35 victory. Plantation had no answer for junior running back Devin Singletary who rushed for three touchdowns in the win. The Stallions' victory comes off the team's 54-31 win over previously unbeaten Phenix City (Alabama).
 
There's two ways to look at Boynton Beach's 63-58 win over Coconut Creek. The good news is that the offense continues to play at an extremely high level. Quarterback Lamar Jackson is the best offensive player in the area and is flanked by a bevy of explosive skill position players. On the other side, there's definite reason for concern after giving up 58 points to a now-four loss Coconut Creek team. The road doesn't get any easier as powerhouse Miami Central looms as a potential opponent early in the postseason. While the Tigers' offense is fantastic, they'll have a short playoff run if they cant tighten up on defense and special teams.
 
On the Treasure Coast, Vero Beach continues to roll. On Friday, the Fighting Indians edged Palm Beach Gardens 38-35 in a high-flying battle. Vero Beach will most likely finish the regular season 10-0.
 
Royal Palm Beach continues to truck along. The Wildcats blanked Olympic Heights 48-0 to earn its third consecutive win. RPB has responded nicely following its Week 6 loss to Dwyer.
 
After being shut out by Blanche Ely 16-0 in week four, Glades Central has rolled off five consecutive wins, with its latest coming in a 17-7 triumph over Miami-Northwestern. The Raiders' defense has been excellent in the second half of the season.
 
Wellington comes in at number six following its bye week. The Wolverines face their toughest test of the season this week as they face Palm Beach Gardens. A win would clinch the district title for Wellington.
 
Atlantic continued its second half surge with a 36-27 upset win over Dwyer. The Eagles looked dead in the water two weeks ago after a 37-point loss to Royal Palm Beach, but credit ATL for the resiliency they've shown in the past two games. The Eagles have been well-balanced and are now right in the mix for District 13-7A.
 
Meanwhile, Dwyer drops to eight after its surprising loss to Atlantic. The Panthers' offense looked unstoppable a few weeks ago, but they've had their share of struggles the past two weeks. Dwyer needs a win versus West Boca this week to stay in playoff contention.
 
Palm Beach Gardens has run pretty hot and cold this season. While the offense has heated up in the second half, the defense has surprisingly struggled. With its 38-35 loss to Vero Beach, the defense gave up at least 34 points for the third time this season.
 
I went back-and-forth with the final spot in my poll before ultimately going with South Fork over Palm Beach Central and Park Vista. All of these teams have identical 5-3 records, but South Fork's 34-33 win over Palm Bay-Heritage is the most impressive win for any of those squads.
 
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Ken LaVicka's Poll (klavicka@espnwestpalm.com)
 
1) American Heritage
2) Boynton Beach
3) Vero Beach
4) Royal Palm Beach
5) Wellington
6) Glades Central
7) Atlantic
8) Dwyer
9) Palm Beach Gardens
10) Palm Beach Central
 
Breakdown: One of Palm Beach County's biggest signature wins in 2014 comes courtesy of American Heritage. In fact, the Stallions victory over sister school Heritage-Plantation was so impressive that it has me bumping Boynton Beach from the top spot they've held in my poll for almost two months. All signs point to Heritage claiming the district title over Cardinal Newman on Friday.
 
Now to Boynton Beach. I want to stress that I'm not down on them. It's more of a case of American Heritage's win being that huge. That said, Boynton is too good to be giving up almost 60 points to a four-loss Coconut Creek team. The Tigers showed major resolve in the win, but the offensive, defensive and special teams mistakes that forced them to pull off the final minute miracle should've been avoided by a team as good as them.
 
Vero Beach is into my top three after holding off Palm Beach Gardens. I'm a beat uneasy with Gardens putting up 35 points with that struggling offense, but Vero has been able to handle all comers in their nine games. They look primed for the playoffs. A likely undefeated season and a win over Fort Pierce Central. 2014 is looking like an all-timer for Vero football.
 
No problems for Royal Palm Beach. The Wildcats should roll by Palm Beach Lakes to put itself in a position to clinch a postseason spot. Atlantic shocking victory over Dwyer gives Royal Palm well-deserved new life in the district title race.
 
Boy has Wellington shot up my rankings. The Wolverines are frightening on offense behind QB Shannon Patrick and are playing for the district title on Friday. They are Palm Beach County's best story in 2014.
 
Glades Central's defense is super legit as Miami Northwestern found out last weekend. The Raiders haven't allowed more than 20 points in a game all season and the grinding 17-7 victory over Northwestern was a perfect encapsulation of Rick Casko's squad. Central will be a tough out in 4A.
 
Where do we start with Dwyer? They appeared to be over their early season struggles, but Atlantic re-opened some wounds. Dwyer made mistake after mistake on offense and special teams and were trailing immediately. The Panther sloppiness has created some doubt in what looked like it would be a mere stroll to the postseason. Dwyer's game against West Boca Friday is not a slam dunk.
 
Palm Beach Gardens played better against this Vero team than they did against a lesser Indians squad last year, but didn't have enough for the win. The Gators are good, but havent had a game where both the offense and defense have showed up. They'll need both in a district title clash against Wellington.
 
Palm Beach Central is back in my top ten. The Broncos got off to a disappointing start but have found their way with a five-game winning streak. No, the teams they've played during their surge aren't great (though the Seminole Ridge victory was impressive), but head coach Tino Ierulli certainly could've lost this team after an 0-3 open. Now the Broncos are on the cusp of a district championship against up-start Park Vista.
 
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Chris Kokell's Poll (ckokell@espnwestpalm.com)
 
1) American Heritage
2) Boynton Beach
3) Vero Beach
4) Royal Palm Beach
5) Wellington
6) Glades Central
7) Atlantic
8) Dwyer
9) Palm Beach Gardens
10) Park Vista
 
In the toughest decision of the year so far, by defeating defending state champ American Heritage-Plantation, American Heritage-Delray has supplanted Boynton Beach for the number one spot. This is not a knock on Coach Swain’s Tigers, who had an impressive comeback district win on Friday night. I just cannot, in good conscience, ignore the strength of schedule that the Stallions have played this year. With star power like Lamar Jackson and Devin Singletary, expect this battle for the top spot to continue on for the rest of the season.
 
Vero Beach got a scare this week as, for the second straight year, it went down to the wire against Palm Beach Gardens. The Indians' wins haven’t always been pretty this year, but they keep finding a way to win. As for the Gators, they need a win over Wellington Friday night to stay in contention for the top ten. Oh yeah, that game is also for district title. The Wolverines had a bye this past week and have been preparing for Gardens for two weeks. This game should be a great matchup that may get repeated in the second round of the postseason.
 
On top of the mess that has become the playoff picture for District 13-7A sits the number four team Royal Palm Beach after they cruised past Olympic Heights 48-0. Atlantic jumps back up to number seven after upsetting Dwyer 37-26 and now control their own destiny for the postseason. The Eagles better not sleep on this week’s opponent in Lake Worth, especially after the Trojans knocked off West Boca 28-7 this Friday. Dwyer faces those reeling Bulls this week. If Dwyer, Atlantic and Royal Palm all win this week, we get an extra night of football with a three-team matchup for the playoffs.
 
In at number six is Glades Cental, quietly having a resurgent season under returning head coach Rich Casko. The Raiders defeated Miami Northwestern 17-7 and now have a bye week to prepare for the end of the year match up with Pahokee. As we have seen in the past, toss records aside when it comes to the Muck Bowl.
 
Rounding out my Top 10 is Park Vista. Coach Brian Dodds is doing what Dodds does...win. After seeing many of his top players transfer in the offseason, Dodds just put his head down and went to work. Park Vista defeated Dodds' former school Boca Raton and the Cobras can win the district title with a win over Palm Beach Central this week.
 
 
 

Palm Beach County/Treasure Coast playoff scenarios

Oct 28, 2014 -- 1:38pm
By: Ken LaVicka
ESPN 106.3 Staff Writer
Twitter: @KLV1063
 
The most critical week of the high school football season has arrived. WIth the playoffs just weeks away dozens of local teams are trying to clinch a postseason bid or keep their seasons alive, and some need more help to get in than others.
 
Here are the current playoff scenarios for every district featuring a Palm Beach County or Treasure Coast team heading into Thursday and Friday's contests:
 
8-8A
-VERO BEACH makes playoffs and clinches district title with win over Centennial.
-FORT PIERCE CENTRAL makes playoffs with win over Treasure Coast on Friday.
-CENTENNIAL makes playoffs and wins district title with win over Vero Beach AND Fort Pierce Central loss on Friday.
-FORT PIERCE CENTRAL, VERO BEACH, CENTENNIAL in THREE-WAY TIEBREAKER for two playoff spots with a Centennial win AND Fort Pierce Central win.
-FORT PIERCE CENTRAL, CENTENNIAL, TREASURE COAST in THREE-WAY TIEBREAKER for one playoff spot with Vero Beach win AND Treasure Coast win.
 
9-8A
-PALM BEACH GARDENS and WELLINGTON have both clinched playoff berths, will play for district championship on Friday at PBG.
 
10-8A
-PALM BEACH CENTRAL and PARK VISTA have both clinched playoff berths, will play for district championship on Thursday at PV.
 
12-7A
-SEBASTIAN RIVER makes playoffs with win over Melbourne on Friday.
 
13-7A
-ATLANTIC makes playoffs with win over Lake Worth on Friday AND Dwyer OR Royal Palm Beach loss; clinches district championship with win AND Royal Palm Beach loss.
 
Also makes playoffs with loss AND Dwyer loss AND Royal Palm Beach win.
 
-ROYAL PALM BEACH makes playoffs with win over Palm Beach Lakes on Friday AND Dwyer OR Atlantic loss; clinches district championship with win AND Dwyer loss.
 
Also makes playoffs with loss AND Atlantic loss AND Dwyer win.
 
-DWYER makes playoffs with win over West Boca Raton AND Atlantic OR Royal Palm Beach loss; clinches district championship with win AND Atlantic loss.
 
Also makes playoffs with loss AND Royal Palm Beach loss AND Atlantic win.
 
-ATLANTIC, ROYAL PALM BEACH, DWYER in THREE-WAY TIEBREAKER for two playoff spots if all win OR all lose on Friday.
 
14-6A
-SOUTH FORK makes playoffs with win over Port St. Lucie on Friday AND Heritage loss to Bayside AND Jensen Beach loss to Okeechobee.
 
-HERITAGE, JENSEN BEACH, SOUTH FORK in THREE-WAY TIEBREAKER for one playoff spot with Heritage loss AND South Fork win AND Jensen Beach win.
 
15-6A
-BOYNTON BEACH and HALLANDALE have both clinched playoff berths, will play for district championship Friday at Hallandale.
 
7-4A
-GLADES CENTRAL has clinched district championship.
 
7-3A
-AMERICAN HERITAGE and CARDINAL NEWMAN have both clinched playoff berths, will play for district championship on Friday at CN.
 
3-2A
-ST. EDWARD'S has clinched playoff berth.
 
7-2A
-GLADES DAY has clinched district championship.
-JUPITER CHRISTIAN makes playoffs with a win over Boca Raton Christian on Friday.
-BOCA RATON CHRISTIAN, JUPITER CHRISTIAN, VILLAGE ACADEMY in THREE-WAY TIEBREAKER for one playoff spot with Boca Raton Christian win on Friday.
 
 
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