OK. I have to do some research to see what my year’s record is after going 20-3 last week.
Andrew Jackson (1-7, 0-3) at Baldwin (1-7, 0-3). Winner gets some district success at long last this season. Tossup. I will go edge Baldwin, though it pains me to go against the wrestling program.
Buchholz (3-5, 1-2) at Atlantic Coast (5-3, 1-2). No playoff implications for this one, winner is playing for third place in 7A-3.
Decisive win for AC at home.
Potter’s House Christian (3-5) at Bishop Snyder (3-4). Cardinals battling to get to .500. Edge Bishop Snyder.
Creekside (3-6) at Fleming Island (3-5). Nonconference matchup, Knights looking to keep momentum going into playoffs but have struggled in nonconf matchups. Tossup, with the edge going to Fleming Island.
St. Joseph (5-3, 1-1) at FSDB (5-3, 2-0). A Dragons win wins them the division title in the NFFC-South Division. Edge FSDB.
Palm Coast (6-2, 2-1) at Mandarin (6-2, 2-1). Winner advances to post-season, loser’s season is done in a week. Huge implications. Will I pick against Mandarin again? Yes. Yes, I will. Edge Palm Coast, but I won’t be surprised if I’m wrong.
Englewood (3-5, 2-3) at Orange Park (2-6, 2-3). Rams with some upsets, OP with a late charge after 0-6 start. I’m going to go edge OP at home. They’ve got some momentum working.
Sandalwood (4-4, 1-2) at First Coast (8-0, 3-0). FC already has 8A-1 district title in hand, Saints playing for pride. Can’t see pride being enough. FC decisive, but it could be closer.
Terry Parker (0-8, 0-5) at Ed White (7-1, 5-0). White has already clinched 6A-3 district title. Commanders win big and get the reserves some work.
Trinity Christian (6-2, 1-0) at Providence (7-1, 1-0). Both have clinched playoff spots, winner gets the district title and first-
rounder at home. Again, I hate to pick against the team with wrestling, but Conquerors are tough. Edge Trinity. You guys REALLY need wrestling.
Ribault (6-2, 5-1) at Wolfson (1-7, 1-5). Trojans can’t let up, with 3 -way tie for top in 5A-3. Ribault big, to force pressure on Westside and Bishop Kenny.