While the site of the Florida state football championships hasn’t changed in those 10 years, it’s taken that long for Northwestern to find its way back to Orlando and the same stadium now dubbed Camping World Stadium. And this Friday night, a decade after names like Jacory Harris, Sean Spence, Marcus Forston and Aldarius Johnson capped a national championship season a new group of Bulls is aiming to mark their names among the school’s long list of stars. Northwestern is among a group of four teams along with American Heritage, Chaminade-Madonna and Champagnat Catholic that will try to extend South Florida’s streak of winning four or more state championships in one year to six consecutive seasons. But it’s hard to see any of the teams energizing the atmosphere the way Northwestern’s fans undoubtedly will on Friday night. Never miss a local story. Sign up today for a free 30 day free trial of unlimited digital access. SUBSCRIBE NOW Class 6A final - Northwestern (11-2) vs. Seffner Armwood (14-0), Friday, 8 p.m.: Miami-Dade County teams have plenty of history with Armwood. Booker T. Washington had memorable state semifinals against the Hawks four times in five years from 2003-2007 with the Tornadoes finally snapping Armwood’s winning streak in the series in the final meeting. Central beat Armwood three times out of four in state championship clashes from 2011-2015. Now, it’s Northwestern’s turn. Offensive coordinator Evan Davis took over the program after longtime Armwood coach Sean Callahan resigned in May. The Hawks enter this game ranked No. 18 nationally by USA Today and loaded with major FBS recruits. On offense, running back Brian Snead (1,329 yards, 16 TD on 198 carries), an Ohio State commitment, leads a potent offense averaging 334.8 yards and 34.9 points per game. Quarterback Devin Black (2,265 yards, 25 TDs, 5 INT), who is being recruited by FIU and FAU, has two great receivers in Alabama commit Jerome Ford (38 catches 800 yards, 8 TDs) and Oregon commit Warren Thompson (27 catches, 487 yards, 6 TDs). On defense, Armwood is led by defensive ends Fitzroy Gardner (16 sacks) and Malcolm Lamar, another Oregon commitment. Inside linebacker James Miller, a USF,