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St. Thomas Aquinas’ 36 NFL draft picks through history

1984: DL Stefan Humphries, Chicago Bears (71st selection, third round, Michigan) 1988: WR Michael Irvin, Dallas Cowboys (11th selection, first round, Miami) 1991: K Richie Andrews, Detroit Lions (151st selection, sixth round, Florida State) 1991: WR Slip Watkins, Detroit Lions (285th selection, 12th round, Louisiana State) 1993: DE Sterling Palmer, Washington (101st selection, fourth round, Florida State) 1997: LB Twan Russell, Washington (148th selection, fifth round, Miami) 1997: DB Daryl Porter, Pittsburgh Steelers (186th selection, sixth round, Boston College) 2006: S Nate Salley, Carolina...

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Five-peat! St. Thomas Aquinas makes history by edging Homestead for fifth straight state football title | Photos

St. Thomas Aquinas became the first team in Florida history to win a fifth consecutive football championship as the Raiders hung on for a 31-28 victory in the Class 3M title game over Homestead at Ken Riley Field at Bragg Memorial Stadium in Tallahassee on Saturday evening. Related Articles High School Sports | St. Thomas Aquinas wins 3M football state championship for five in a row | PHOTOS Andrew Indorf threw for three scores, and the Raiders, who had led 17-0 late in the third quarter, showed their mettle as Homestead (12-2) piled up three touchdowns in a 4:30 span...

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Montgomery dazzles with two 80-yard-plus touchdowns as visiting Cardinal Newman drubs Palm Beach Central

WELLINGTON — Cardinal Newman junior wide receiver Naeshaun Montgomery had an 88-yard touchdown catch and 81-yard punt return for a score during the first half as the visiting Crusaders made a statement with a 28-7 victory against Palm Beach Central on Friday night. Montgomery, a four-star recruit, has emerged as one of the top receivers in the country in his class. “Big-time players make big-time plays,” Montgomery said. “I was ready for this game since the beginning of the year so I knew I needed to show out for my teammates. We had to come into this game and dominate.” Cardinal Newman coach...

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High school football week 10 scoreboard

Thursday West Boca Raton 21, Blanche Ely 7 Jupiter 42, Palm Beach Gardens 20 Chaminade-Madonna 69, St. John Paul II 0 University School 63, Jupiter Christian 48 Oxbridge Academy 42, Gateway Charter 0 Dwyer 34, Seminole Ridge 14 West Broward 67, Cooper City 0 American 60, Pembroke Pines Charter 13 Sebastian River 34, Coral Springs Charter 8 American Heritage 55, Hallandale 0 St. Edward’s 14, Palm Beach Christian Prep 12 Westminster Academy 18, Bradenton Christian 14 Monarch 48, Coral Springs 0 Friday Atlantic at Glades Central Boca Raton at Lake Worth Boynton Beach at American Heritage-Delray...

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High school football week 9 scoreboard

Friday Cardinal Newman 17, Benjamin 14 American Heritage 38, Naples 17 Cardinal Gibbons 31, Boca Raton 19 Atlantic 28, Dwyer 7 St. Thomas Aquinas 35, Monarch 19 Everglades 34, South Plantation 14 West Boca Raton 58, Northeast 0 Seminole Ridge 34, Park Vista 14 Palm Beach Lakes 60, Wellington 34 Glades Central 41, Suncoast 3 Jupiter 36, Forest Hill 6 King’s Academy 40, True North Classical Academy 34 (Final, OT) Lake Worth 21, John I. Leonard 6 Palm Beach Gardens 23, Palm Beach Central 14 Saturday Piper at Blanche Ely Thursday Monsignor Pace 35, Calvary Christian Academy 21 Stranahan 39, Coral...

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Yurgealitis hits two long touchdown passes as University School edges St. Andrew’s, stays undefeated

BOCA RATON — University School senior quarterback Jett Yurgealitis passed for 192 yards and two touchdowns and the Sharks defense created three turnovers as they held off host St. Andrew’s 14-6 to remain unbeaten on Thursday night. Related Articles High School Sports | University School at St. Andrew’s | PHOTOS Yurgealitis connected with junior wide receiver Belal “JuJu” Logan for a 41-yard touchdown in the second quarter and a 74-yard score in the third quarter. St. Andrew’s (3-1) trailed 14-6 with 2:22 left and took over on offense after University School (4-0) missed...

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California powerhouse St. John Bosco ends St. Thomas Aquinas’ 27-game win streak

FORT LAUDERDALE — Defending national champion St. John Bosco (Calif.) methodically ended host St. Thomas Aquinas’ 27-game winning streak with a 20-7 victory on Saturday afternoon. Related Articles High School Sports | St. John Bosco 20, St. Thomas Aquinas 7 | PHOTOS Braves senior quarterback Caleb Sanchez completed 36 of 48 passes for 349 yards and two touchdowns to hand the host Raiders their first defeat since a 24-21 loss at Tampa Jesuit on Sept. 3, 2021. Further, it was the Raiders’ first home setback since a 17-10 setback to Cardinal Gibbons on Oct. 23, 2020. St....

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Week 1 high school football scoreboard

Thursday Monarch 50, Cedar Grove (Georgia) 42 Seminole Ridge 20, Glades Central 9 Spanish River 33, Lake Worth 13 John Carroll 49, Benjamin 6 Jupiter Christian 35, Oxbridge Academy 33 Western 14, Milton (Georgia) 10 (4th Q) South Plantation 14, Coral Glades 14 (4th Q) St. John Paul II 34, Port St. Lucie 0 (3rd Q) Friday Atlantic at Palm Beach Gardens Berean Christian at Out-of-Door Academy (7 p.m.) Dr. Joaquín García at Palm Beach Lakes Dwyer at Jupiter Forest Hill at Boynton Beach Glades Day at LaBelle (7 p.m.) Inlet Grove at Eastside (7 p.m.) King’s Academy at St. Andrew’s (7 p.m.) Marco...

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St. Thomas Aquinas aiming for record fifth consecutive state football title. Who else in Broward could shine?

St. Thomas Aquinas coach Roger Harriott was soft-spoken at the Broward County Athletic Association’s media day. He wasn’t jittery, antsy or oozing with energy like so many other high school football coaches. For the head of a program that’s won four consecutive state championships and 27 straight games, it’s a bit surprising. Instead, it’s a calm confidence. A trust in his own abilities and the talent of his players and coaching staff to stay on top of the Class 3M mountaintop. And just like in years past, Aquinas returns loads of talented players. Harriott listed almost every single starter...

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Two PB County HS football teams who went deep in 2022 playoffs seek new QBs, while Cardinal Newman aims at Chaminade again

Last year’s 4M state semifinal still stings the Palm Beach Central football team. The Broncos led visiting Apopka by 15 points in the second half before crumbling to a 27-24 defeat. That hunger for revenge has carried over into training camp as Palm Beach Central still eyes its first trip to the state final. However, they will have to do it without Ahmad Haston, their stud quarterback and the Sun Sentinel’s 2022 Palm Beach County 4M-3M offensive player of the year. He graduated and is now playing at Massachusetts. As of Monday, coach Kevin Thompson said there’s a three-man race among junior...

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