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  1. I remember when the Celtics used to play 5A Rickards back around 2007/2008. We clobbered them both years. I remember sitting in the stands looking down at this Rickards team and saying to myself, they have great athletes but absolutely no direction or discipline. It was almost comical watching them fumble around as if they were a youth league team. Had a losing record for so many years. Then in 2012 Clintin Lewis came upon the scene. That year they had a winning record and they have not looked back since. One coach completely turned around a losing team and made them winners. I have followed
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  2. I can speak on some of these north teams - Gadsden County couldn't have had any losing seasons since 2017 was their first; North Bay Haven is a glorified Rocky Bayou without the "Christian" tag - if you know what that means; Rutherford has a culture that needs a change and so far no one has been able to make it happen; South Walton is a typical small school talent roller coaster; Walton is coached by a wanna-be Nick Saban less the ability - tons of talent at DeFuniak but the coach still cherry-picks opponents (and still can't win).
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  3. Pahokee, Glades Central, Clewiston and a lot of the south Dade teams have seen the glory days. I remember some good games with Monsignor Pace and G Central back a few years ago. There are still some good 4A teams in the glades area. Just that they have to go through BTW to make it out of the regional most years. University was lucky BTW didn't make the playoffs. Realignment is coming in 19. I can see some 4A teams making some changes to get into 5A just to get in to a regional brackets.
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  4. 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 1A Baker vs Glades Day Edgewater also lost in the finals 2002, 2003, 2004
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  5. Did you check out those 2010 playoff brackets? If so, is it just me or are those much more intriguing that today? Whenever we make these splits/changes in classes, it can create opportunities for a class to get left very thin. One would hope if a team is dominating year after year, they would move up. In 2002, Pahokee was in Class 2A. They were competing against the likes of Bolles, Chaminade, Madison County, South Sumter(who was strong back then), and Monsignor Pace. In 2003, 2A got split into 2A and 2B, and Pahokee went to 2B. If not for a 7-point loss in 2005, Pahokee would
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