Prep Football District Standings

October 31, 2011

Winners and losers are emerging as week 10 of play rolls around for Florida schools. For many teams, Friday night will be the last under the lights this season.

At 2-0, Northview sits alone at the top of District 1-1A, with Baker and Freeport tied for second at 1-1 in the district. Baker comes to Bratt for Northview’s homecoming Friday night. A Northview wins seals the deal on the District championship. But if Baker should beat Northview, there would be a three-way tie  with Freeport, if Freeport defeats Jay. The Jay Royals are totally out of the district championship hunt.

In District 1-5A, West Florida is at the top, despite a perfect season coming to an end with a 41-20 loss last Friday night to Arnold. District play is over for the Jags at 4-1. Arnold is (3-1) as is Gulf Breeze. There will be a three way tie for the district if Arnold and Gulf Breeze should both win Friday night, setting up a three-team tiebreaker.

Pensacola High is on top of District 1-6A. North Escambia’s team, the Tate Aggies (0-5 in the district), will battle it out for Washington (1-4 in the district) Friday night to avoid being at the bottom of the 2011 district rankings.

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One Response to “Prep Football District Standings”

  1. Greg Sims on October 31st, 2011 7:25 pm

    Congrats to PHS for winning their third straight District Title.





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