Best Of The Past 10 Fantasy BracketSFHSSports has created the "Best Of The Past 10" Fantasy Bracket! Hypothetically pitting some of the best South Florida high school football teams against each other in a 32-team bracket!
On The Radar: Offseason Series – Part 30It is now less than a month before we get it started for the 2016 season. When all this offseason work that has been put it will finally pay off – and those extra sprints or reps in the weight room will prove that hard work does indeed win out.
Norland Topples Hallandale During Duke Johnson 7v7 TournamentIn a competitive game, it's Norland that makes the plays late to topple Hallandale during the 1st Annual Duke Johnson 7v7 Tournament.
In The Huddle: Legend Moore - HallandaleOne of the most exciting and talked-about football prospects in South Florida, here is the kind of athlete that makes any team go.
Hallandale Holds Off Champagnat, Wins Spring GameHallandale, and its first-year head coach Benedict Hyppolite, score a first half touchdown and holds off visiting Champagnat to capture an 8-6 spring victory.
Hallandale Holds Spring Intrasquad ScrimmageUnder new head coach Benedict Hyppolite, Hallandale holds a "Maroon vs. Gold" intrasquad game
In The Huddle: Shemar Thornton - HallandaleAfter playing a limited role at Miami Carol City last year, this is a prospect that makes the move to Broward this year to play for a revamped program at Hallandale.
Spring Spotlight: South Florida's Quarterback Reputation Is ImprovingWhile college coaches flock to this region of the country every year to find those elite and nationally rated defensive backs and receivers, there are other positions that have made some major strides to direct the spotlight in their direction.
Benedict Hyppolite Named Hallandale Head Coach; Johnson Resigns At KillianThe coaching carousel continues to turn. SFHSSports learned late Monday night that Hallandale has named Benedict Hyppolite its new head football coach
Dameon Jones Steps Down As Hallandale Head CoachDamon Jones leaves a legacy at his alma mater He understood the culture of Hallandale football like no other coach before him. And he took his alma mater from a washed up basketball school – which enjoyed early success – to the No. 1 football program in the state of Florida.
High School Football Week Five: Week Of Marquee Games
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