Edgewater Boys Freshman Football

  • Overall Record: 1 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Edgewater remains at #13 in the Sentinel Super 16 football rankings

1. Osceola (8-0): Kowboys recorded their fourth straight shutout in 38-0 win at Lakeland George Jenkins (5-4). NEXT: Friday vs. Lake Brantley (4-5). 2. Winter Park (9-0): Wildcats were idle last week. NEXT: Friday at No. 11 Lake Mary (7-2). 3. Jones (9-1): Tigers turned in fifth shutout of season in 56-0 win at Tavares (3-6). NEXT: Nov. 10 vs. TBD. 4. Wekiva (8-1): Mustangs captured first

FHSAA football playoff scenarios updated entering final two weeks

Class 8A, Region 1 Projected playoff teams: Winter Park* (42.6), Flagler Palm Coast* (41.5), Wekiva (39.4), Lake Mary (38), Apopka (37.88), Boone (37.88), Port Orange Spruce Creek (35.9), Seminole (35.1). Notable: Winter Park and FPC have clinched district titles and the other two automatic slots in this region will be decided Friday. Wekiva is at Apopka in

Football Fast Five: A lot at stake in final week of district matchups

The final wave of district champions will be crowned this week with winners earning home playoff games in the opening round of the playoffs. Here’s what to watch for in Week 10 in our Fast Five: 1. Overcoming adversity With so much on the line Thursday between Edgewater and visiting Hagerty, it’s easy to forget

Edgewater up two spots to #13 in the Sentinel Super 16 football rankings

1. Osceola (7-0): Braxton Jones went 6 of 7 passing for 69 yards and a touchdown in a 43-0 win at Haines City (1-7). NEXT: Friday at Lakeland George Jenkins (5-3). 2. Winter Park (9-0): Cullen Honohan led the Wildcats with 16 tackles in a 27-7 win vs. then-No. 12 Boone (5-2). NEXT: Nov. 3 at No. 9 Lake Mary (7-1).

Edgewater High School Varsity Football beat East Ridge High School 41-21

Friday, October 20, 2017 7:30 PM Edgewater High School AWAY 41 East Ridge High School HOME 21 Game Recap The Eagles spoiled homecoming for the Knights of East Ridge High School, soaring to victory in a key 7A District 4 football match-up on Friday night. With the victory, the Eagles (7-1, 4-0) will host the

FHSAA playoff picture

Orange City University’s playoff hopes took a sharp turn for the better late Tuesday after the Florida High School Athletic Association released its latest postseason projections. The Titans, who entered their district game at Seminole ranked 15th in the Class 8A, Region 1 point totals, climbed into the eighth and final spot in the projected playoff