Armwood was stripped of the 2011 6A football title and its 2010 6A runner-up status and was fined $12,743 on after a nearly six-month investigation by the Florida High School Athletic Association showed the team used ineligible players.
The school was also placed on a three-year probation by the FHSAA.
Steve Hegarty, a spokesman for the Hillsborough County School district, told WTSP-TV that the school district will have to pay roughly half of the fine with the parents and students who falsified their residency information to gain admission to the school paying the rest.
"We're going to ask for more verification in the future so you'll have to make it very, very clear that you live where you say that you live," Hegarty said.
Armwood finished 15-0 last season and finished the year as the No. 3 team in the USA TODAY Super 25 high school rankings. However, it must forfeit all wins that ineligible players played in, including 15 wins from 2011 and 14 wins victories in 2010.
"It hurts but we got our (championship) rings and had great seasons both years," said Bailey. "We did everything we had to do on the field. We worked hard for what we got and no one can take that away from us."