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Friday Night Blitz - Week 12 Scores

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Class 8A
Regional Quarterfinal    
Apopka 77, Orlando University 21
    
Christopher Columbus Catholic 32, North Miami 6
    
Deerfield Beach 14, Charles Flanagan 7, OT
    
Dr. Phillips 37, Wharton 10
    
First Coast 28, Lake Brantley 10
    
Fort Pierce Central 45, Riverview 0
    
Lake Mary 25, Sandalwood 6
    
Manatee 34, Vero Beach 28
    
Miami Killian 21, Belen Jesuit 3
    
Miramar 31, Monarch 21
    
Palm Beach Central 35, Seminole Ridge 20
    
Palm Beach Gardens 34, Park Vista Community 31
    
Plant 42, Boone 3
    
South Dade 42, Southwest Miami 7
    
Winter Park 38, West Orange 35
    
Class 7A
Regional Quarterfinal    
Blanche Ely 44, West Boca Raton Community 20
    
Dwyer 35, Boyd Anderson 8
    
East Bay 34, Gaither 14
    
East Lake 13, Palmetto 12
    
Fletcher 20, Winter Springs 0
    
Kathleen 55, Lake Nona 42
    
Kissimmee Osceola 33, Lakeland 21
    
Lincoln 13, Tate 11
    
Melbourne 38, Charlotte 26
    
Niceville 62, Leon 14
    
Oak Ridge 48, Fleming Island 41, OT
    
Pinellas Park 32, Sarasota 7
    
Plantation 26, American 15
    
Port Charlotte 14, Eau Gallie 10
    
Sickles 17, Plant City 10
    
St. Thomas Aquinas 56, Miami Springs 0
    
Class 6A
Regional Quarterfinal    
Armwood 31, Venice 19
    
Bartram Trail 50, Ed White 20
    
Choctawhatchee 47, Pace 10
    
Columbia 42, St. Augustine 24
    
Dillard 28, Miami Carol City 19
    
Gainesville 17, Sunlake 14
    
Heritage 49, Estero 3
    
Jefferson 25, Largo 17
    
Leesburg 24, Seabreeze 17
    
Mainland 49, Lake Minneola 0
    
Miami Central 55, Boynton Beach 37
    
Naples 49, Bayside 7
    
Navarre 24, Milton 17
    
South Fort Myers 28, Lake Gibson 16
    
Springstead 21, Citrus 6
    
Winter Haven 38, Ida S. Baker 35
    
Class 5A
Regional Quarterfinal    
Bishop Kenny 44, Palatka 22
    
Booker 33, Island Coast 27
    
Clay 29, Ribault 12
    
Hardee 37, Dunbar 20
    
Immokalee 25, Cardinal Gibbons 23
    
Jesuit 29, Auburndale 21
    
Lake Wales 28, Spoto 0
    
Lakewood 75, Hudson 19
    
North Marion 17, Pasco 7
    
Palm Bay 49, Bishop Moore 23
    
Pensacola Catholic 41, Rickards 38
    
Plantation American Heritage 51, Lely 13
    
South Sumter 31, Suwannee 12
    
Tarpon Springs 31, Anclote 0
    
West Florida 41, Godby 40
    
Class 4A
Regional Semifinal    
Bolles School 32, Keystone Heights 10
    
Clewiston 63, Space Coast 21
    
Cocoa 70, LaBelle 0
    
East Gadsden 19, Fort White 9
    
Florida 41, Taylor County 6
    
Raines 58, Bradford 6
    
University School 47, Gulliver Prep 7
    
Class 3A
Regional Semifinal    
Cardinal Newman 40, Chaminade-Madonna College Prep 13
    
Clearwater Central Catholic 47, Bishop Verot 0
    
Melbourne Central Catholic 38, Frostproof 37, 6OT
    
Ocala Trinity Catholic 30, Providence 13
    
St. Petersburg Catholic 35, Cardinal Mooney 34
    
Tampa Catholic 52, Holy Trinity Episcopal 14
    
Trinity Christian-Jacksonville 49, Father Lopez Catholic 7
    
Westminster Christian 10, Pahokee 7
    
Class 2A
Regional Semifinal    
Champagnat Catholic 34, Village Academy 18
    
First Baptist 20, Carrollwood Day 0
    
Glades Day 20, Dade Christian 7
    
Indian Rocks 24, Moore Haven 22
    
North Florida Christian 48, Harvest Community School 21
    
University Christian 34, FAMU Developmental Research 12
    
Victory Christian 30, St. Edward's 7
    
Warner Christian 30, Agape Christian 8
    
Class 1A
Regional Semifinal    
Blountstown 40, Liberty County 6
    
Cottondale 28, Baker School 23
    
Dixie County 37, Wildwood 0
    
Hamilton County 39, Bell 24
    
Northview 22, Vernon 19
    
Port St. Joe 45, South Walton 21
    
Trenton 50, Lafayette 21
    
Union County 41, Crescent City 13

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