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FHSAA Pushes Falls Sports Back

In regards to starting fall sports next week–nevermind. After another grueling meeting, the FHSAA voted to push the start of fall sports back until at least Aug. 24.  The board of directors voted in favor of the move 11 to 4. This decision comes days after the FHSAA voted to …

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FHSAA Votes to Allow Start of Fall Sports

It took a grueling five-hour meeting to make this decision but the Florida High School Activities Association voted to allow fall sports to begin on time. The vote was a 10 to 5 decision. Fall sports will be allowed to get going on Monday, July 27. The FHSAA made the …

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FHSAA Cancels Spring Sports

Florida High School Athletic Association announced Monday high school sports are cancelled for the 2019-20 school year. In addition, no additional eligibility will be granted to spring athletes. FHSAA Statement “We are deeply saddened for our student-athletes who have seen their seasons and/or high school careers end so abruptly,” FHSAA …

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FHSAA pushes all spring activies back to May 3

The FHSAA recently came out with a COVID-19 update. They said all activities would be pushed back to May 3. The FHSAA said they were following the lead of the U.S. Government, and acting in accordance with them. https://twitter.com/FHSAA/status/1245032170843967490 Possibly a shortened season The FHSAA is also looking at possibilities …

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Preview: Columbia vs. Jacksonville Lee

The Columbia Tigers and Jacksonville Lee Generals are set to face off in the Class 6A FSHAA Regional Semifinals on Friday. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. Friday’s Football game at Lee High School is at 7:00pm. Address is 1200 South McDuff Avenue, Jacksonville, FL 32205.Tickets are $8.Please make a sign …

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Over a dozen local high school football teams fight for a state title

There is no margin of error for these high school teams. It’s win or go home. As the bitterness of cooler temperatures sets in, so do the bitter thoughts of losing. One bad play could end the season. Classes 1-4A have 24 teams fighting for a championship with 32 teams …

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