With three weeks remaining in the high school football regular season, automatic berths into the new Florida High School Athletic Association playoff system are getting settled on the field as teams win district championships. The at-large wild-card berths won’t get determined until after Week 11 wraps up in the first week in November. The FHSAA plans to announce its final points standings at noon on Sunday, Nov. 5.
IMG ACADEMY WHITE (2-2) AT TAMPA BERKELEY PREP (2-4) When: 7 p.m. The scoop: For the first-year White team, this is just another game on the schedule. But with the new FHSAA playoff format, it means a lot more to a team not even playing in the game: Cardinal Mooney. The Cougars need IMG White to beat Tampa Berkeley Prep so they can climb the ladder in the playoff points race.
Rachel Sadler spiked the ball for an apparent kill. The Manatee senior’s shot, though, was ruled an illegal hit with her palm. It was a late point in the second set of Thursday’s Class 8A-District 11 volleyball championship, but it was indicative of how Manatee’s night was going — and finishing — against Venice. “All year I told my girls they need to take care of the ball,” Manatee head coach Tony Cothron said.
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Selecting a term
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