No. 37 Northwestern wins battle of Miami against No. 8 Miami Central

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Northwestern, ranked No. 37 in the High School Football America Top 100 used a punishing defense Friday night to defeat No. 8 Miami Central 21-7. The win gives the Bulls District 16-6A title for the second straight year.  For those of you not familiar with South Florida high school football, District 16 is one of the best in the nation.

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Friday night, the Bull defense forced three Central (7-2) turnovers and came-up with five sacks. While the defense was stuffing Central, Northwestern quarterback Tutu Atwell, who is a Louisville-commit, tossed two touchdown passes, plus had a 52-yard TD run.  Miami Central never got on the board until late in the game.

It was the second week in a row that the Bulls have beaten a Top 100 team. Last week, the Bulls shutdown district-foe Carol City

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