Pahokee defeats Glades Central 46-14 in the 'Muck Bowl.'

WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA – The final week of high school football regular season in Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast is highlighted below.

Glades Central 14

Pahokee head coach Emmmanuel Hendrix predicted a rout of rival Glades Central in Friday night's "Muck Bowl." He received just that.

The Raiders were defeated 46-14 by the sixth-ranked Blue Devils, ending off a good season for Pahokee.

Early in the first half, quarterback Austin Simmons found receiver Hardley Gilmore in the end zone, and the Pahokee defence was unyielding.

Pahokee (8-2) went into halftime with a 30-0 shutout, but Glades Central (2-8) showed some fight at home, scoring twice after the break.

But the conclusion had previously been predetermined.

For the first time since 2017, the Blue Devils won back-to-back "Muck Bowl" tournaments.

Crosstown rivals Port St. Lucie and Centennial wrapped off their regular seasons with a showdown.

Centennial 59

The Jaguars of Port St. Lucie had lost eight consecutive games in this series.

Centennial defeated Port St. Lucie 59-0 thanks to five turnovers, including a 97-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown.