Monday, August 10, 2009

Hurricanes hit top 100

Manatee is one of the best prep football teams in the nation.
This according to the RivalsHigh 100, which listed the Hurricanes 66th in its rankings Monday.
The Hurricanes return plenty of experience this season, including quarterback Brion Carnes and receiver Ace Sanders. Both have been starters since they were freshman.
Carnes has committed to USF, while a number of Division I schools are interested in Sanders.
Manatee went 7-3 last season but missed the playoffs for the first time since 2004.
Fort Lauderdale St. Thomas Aquinas, which beat the Hurricanes in the 2005 and '06 Class 5A semifinals, is ranked No. 1 in the nation by RivalsHigh.
Other Florida schools making the list were Miami Northwestern (No. 11), Pahokee (No. 21), Miami Central (No. 24), Lakeland (No. 27), Miami Booker T. Washington (No. 36), Dwyer West Palm Beach (No. 43), Seffner Armwood (No. 56), Niceville (No. 69) and Delray Beach Atlantic (No. 96).

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