We are up to our 32nd schedule thus far.
32? Don’t they teach counting in Iowa? What happened to 31?
We have a line out to our 31st coach with a question about districts and the date he listed. So we’re holding off on that precap and moving forward to the next one, since we got our third schedule of the day a little over an hour ago. That schedule came from Florida High, in 1A-District 2. That district just has two schedules outstanding (assuming that Maclay and Rickards will not field varsity programs in 2019-20).
The Seminoles will spend the first two weeks of the season in town. First up on the docket will be hosting duties for the 9th annual Cam Brown Seminole Classic, a two-day roundrobin event that will be staged on December 6th and 7th. From there, Florida High will travel to intracity rival Chiles for its (along with Lincoln’s) two-day IBT, the Capital City Classic, on the 13th and 14th. The Seminoles will stay in IBT mode for their next two December events. First of those will be the Allstate Wildcat Invitational, hosted by Valdosta (GA) on the 20th and 21st. Florida High will wrap up the month with what is now becoming its traditional trip down to Kissimmee for Osceola’s Knockout Christmas Classic, the toughest regular-season tournament in the state, on the 27th and 28th. After Knockout, they’ll break for the new year holidays.
January will begin as December did, with hosting duties. The Seminoles will host the 1A-District 2 dual team tournament on the 9th, with the possibility of region duals on the 16th and state duals on the 24th and 25th. But they’ll swing back into the regular season almost immediately, as they’ll hit the road for Nassau County and Yulee’s two-day IBT, the Joe Bees Memorial, on the 10th and 11th. Florida High will then host Chiles in an in-school dual on the 29th.
February competition begins on January 31 for the Seminoles, as they’ll take a short trip over to Crawfordville for Wakulla’s two-day IBT, which ends on the 1st. Florida High closes out the regular season with its traditional visit to Clay’s two-day Rotary IBT on the 7th and 8th.
So. That’s 32 schedules. We need more. We could use YOUR SCHOOL’S SCHEDULE. Question is…WHO’S NEXT???
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