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Jones wide receiver Mendez Jean-Baptiste and Bishop Moore defender Malachi Rennie get tangled up during the first round of the 2018 playoffs, won 14-7 by the Tigers.
Jones wide receiver Mendez Jean-Baptiste and Bishop Moore defender Malachi Rennie get tangled up during the first round of the 2018 playoffs, won 14-7 by the Tigers. (Reinhold Matay / Orlando Sentinel)

The Florida High School Athletic Association kicks off its football postseason with region quarterfinal matchups Friday.

Among the first-round games matching Orlando area teams against each other will be DeLand at Timber Creek in Class 8A, Bishop Moore at Jones in a rematch of 5A regular season district play, Trinity Pep at The First Academy in 3A and Deltona Trinity Christian at Orangewood Christian in 2A.

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Friday’s lineup features 13 games involving area programs. Below is the schedule for FHSAA and independent Sunshine State Athletic Conference playoff games. Predicted winners are indicated in bold.

All games kick off at 7:30 p.m. unless noted. Teams are listed with current records and seeding by the FHSAA Ratings Percentage Index. Visit @OSVarsity on Twitter and SentinelVarsity.com for live scores.

Last week: 29 correct, 7 fumbles (.806). Season: 328 correct, 71 fumbles (.822).

Class 8A, Region 1

No. 8 seed Jacksonville Mandarin (7-3) at No. 1 Seminole (9-0)

No. 5 DeLand (7-2) at No. 4 Timber Creek (9-1)

No. 6 Flagler Palm Coast (8-2) at No. 3 Apopka (8-1)

Buzz: Seminole closed the regular season ranked No. 1 in the 8A RPI. Defending state champion Mandarin has won four in a row while led by standout QB Carson Beck. Timber Creek, winners of eight straight, has turned the ball over just three times this season. DeLand’s Myzell Williams has picked off five passes for a team that’s tallied 19 turnovers. A win for Apopka sends the Blue Darters on the road against No. 2 St. Johns Bartram Trail (10-0) or home vs. No. 7 Port Orange Spruce Creek (6-3). Palm Coast losses came vs. Seminole and DeLand.

Class 8A, Region 2

No. 8 Lake Nona (7-3) at No. 1 Sarasota Riverview (8-2)

No. 6 Riverview High (8-2) at No. 3 Osceola (8-1)

No. 7 Ruskin Lennard (7-3) at No. 2 Dr. Phillips (8-2)

Buzz: Manny Stokes has accounted for 1,351 all-purpose yards with 15 touchdowns, three interceptions and two forced fumbles for Lake Nona. A win sends the Lions on the road vs. No. 4 Lutz Steinbrenner (9-1) or No. 5 Lithia Newsome (8-2). Osceola has rushed for 27 TDs while averaging 295 yards on the ground. Riverview is averaging 240 yards rushing with 28 TDs scored. The Dr. Phillips trio of DE Shi Gaskin, LB Stephen Dix Jr. and LB Alberto Guzman are tasked with containing Lennard senior Tino Hunt, who has rushed for 15 TDs while averaging 159 yards per game.

Class 7A, Region 1

No. 8 Crestview (5-5) at No. 1 Edgewater (9-1)

No. 5 Tallahassee Lincoln (7-3) at No. 4 Winter Springs (6-4)

No. 6 Wekiva (7-3) at No. 3 Fleming Island (9-0)

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Buzz: Edgewater senior Davon Martin finished the regular season with an area-best eight interceptions. Crestview has turned the ball over 21 times. Winter Springs junior Ayron Rodriguez is fifth in the area in rushing yards (1,369) with 16 TDs. Lincoln kicker David Monroe is 10 of 11 on field goal tries with a long of 52 yards. If Wekiva wins it would either travel again to play at No. 2 Niceville (10-0) or be home vs. eighth seed Tallahassee Chiles (6-4). Fleming Island has scored 42 or more points in past three games.

Class 6A, Region 2

No. 6 Spring Hill Springstead (9-1) at No. 3 Lake Minneola (7-3)

Buzz: Lake Minneola senior Kyeandre Magloire led the area in rushing yards (2,008) and rushing TDs (29). The Hawks defeated Springstead 26-21 for the District 5 title on Oct. 25. The Eagles average 265 yards rushing per game. Lake Minneola would travel to second seed Largo (7-3) or host No. 7 Clearwater Countryside (6-4) if it advances.

Class 5A, Region 2

No. 8 Bishop Moore (7-3) at No. 1 Jones (9-1)

Buzz: Region quarterfinal rematch marks the fifth meeting in three years between the district rivals. Jones has taken four straight in the series, including a 14-7 playoff win in 2018 and 49-21 win in September. Bryan Moore has forced three fumbles and Dominick Hill has four INTs for the Tigers. Bryce McGill has thrown for 1,231 yards and 14 TDs for the Hornets. Jones would be at home and Bishop Moore would be on the road vs. either No. 4 Brooksville Nature Coast (5-5) or No. 5 Inverness Citrus (9-1) next week.

Class 3A, Region 2

No. 6 Trinity Prep (5-5) at No. 3 The First Academy (4-5)

Buzz: First Academy won 54-24 on Oct. 11 for its fourth win in a row vs. the Saints. TFA kicker Louie Jackson booted the area’s third-longest field goal (45 yards) this season and teammate Lake Ellis has intercepted four passes. Trinity QB Luke Cohn has thrown for 3,056 yards and an area-best 35 touchdowns. Winner advances to play at No. 2 Melbourne Holy Trinity (6-4).

Class 2A, Region 2

No. 5 Deltona Trinity (3-7) at No. 4 Orangewood Christian (6-4)

Buzz: Orangewood prevailed 39-21 on Oct. 25 to give coach Bill Gierke win No. 300 for his career. Kaderris Roberts has intercepted five passes and rushed for 15 TDs for the Rams. Trinity’s Tyrique Scott has returned two interceptions for touchdowns. Winner will play at No. 1 Lakeland Viictory (8-1). No. 2 Foundation Academy (8-2) has a first-round bye while awaiting the winner of No. 3 Gainesville Oak Hall (7-3) and No. 6 Gainesville Saint Francis (3-7).

Sunshine State Athletic Conference

Windermere Prep (4-6) vs. Orlando Christian Prep (7-1), 7

The Master’s Academy (7-2) at Bradenton St. Stephen’s (8-1), 7

Buzz: SSAC semifinals are scheduled for Saturday. Defending champion OCP hosts Windermere Prep at Trinity Prep in a rematch of a game the Warriors won 44-13 on Sept. 20. Sage Jones returned two interceptions for TDs this season for OCP. Zane Fullmer has thrown for 1,377 yards and 18 TDs for Windermere Prep. Tyson Mobley has scored four defensive touchdowns for Master’s, which has dropped two of it past three games. St. Stephen’s won back-to-back SSAC titles in 2016-17 and reached the championship game four consecutive years.

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