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  1. There are 4 counties: Okeechobee, Martin, St Lucie, Indian River, the schools that field a football team are below. Okeechobee: Okeechobee HS Martin: Martin County HS South Fork HS Jensen Beach HS St Lucie: Port St Lucie HS Centennial HS Treasure Coast HS Fort Pierce Central HS Fort Pierce Westwood HS John Carroll HS (Private) Indian River: Vero Beach HS Sebastian River HS St Edwards HS (Private)
  2. All on the defense, that was never in question, but the offense has a lot to replace, hope you’re right, and given they’re no longer playing teams early that could have beat them, the learning curve won’t be as steep.
  3. I agree, especially this year, Vero’s gonna be down.
  4. For Centennial it eliminates the following games: 8/14 Astronaut 8/28 Viera 9/4 Lake Brantley 9/11 Gainesville 10/2 Pahokee
  5. For Vero it eliminates the following games: 8/21 Clearwater Academy International 8/28 Fort Lauderdale 9/4 Venice (again...) 9/11 Lake Minneola 9/18 Hardee 10/16 Chaminade-Madonna 10/30 Viera
  6. Looks like due to Covid, the 4 counties along the Treasure Coast area have decided to limit travel and bringing in teams from out of the area, so local games only this year, if there is football at all...https://www.tcpalm.com/story/sports/high-school/2020/07/31/high-school-sports-treasure-coast-teams-play-local-schedule-2020/5555831002/
  7. I could see Vero losing the following: Clearwater, Venice, Chaminade, Treasure Coast, and potentially losing to Centennial and Lake Minneola. All the teams mentioned were playoff teams last season (as was Viera) except Clearwater for obvious reasons.
  8. As a Vero fan, I can say this, don’t expect much from them this season, it looks to be a down year. I hope I’m surprised, but offensively they will struggle mightily unless they get some transfers in over the summer. Defensively they return some key players, but in their district you have to be able to score often if you hope to win. I can see Vero losing 4+ games this season and potentially not making the playoffs.
  9. Per MaxPreps: 8/14 KOC -TBD 8/21 Clearwater Academy International 8/28 Ft Lauderdale 9/4 @Venice 9/11 Lake Minneola 9/18 @Hardee 9/25 @Centennial 10/2 BYE 10/9 Treasure Coast 10/16 Chaminade Madonna 10/23 Fort Pierce Central 10/30 @Viera
  10. Stop trolling, quarantine must be getting to you. Darter is right, if Vero played a schedule like that they’d be sub .500, and I say that as a longtime Vero fan, teams in this area don’t have the talent pool to hang with large class powers like that. To be honest, I’d pump the brakes on any Vero talk this upcoming season (if there is one.) They defense looks solid, but they will struggle offensively if they don’t pickup any transfers this summer (and your talk of Jay Allen from JC doesn’t appear to be happening.) From all indications, this year will be a down year in Vero and I’d be surprised if they even won the district, they certainly will finally lose a regular season game and end that streak (which I think is good, most around the state don’t respect it, due to Vero’s playoff woes.)
  11. Unless Vero gets some transfers over summer I think they’ll have a down year, might not win the district.
  12. Home vs Palm Bay Bayside -May 21 6pm
  13. I agree, while scheduling quality teams is a good thing, scheduling a murders row just for the sake of doing it can also have adverse effects on a team also such as injuries, diminished morale and exhaustion both physically and mentally. I tend to think playoff success has more to do with coaching, preparation and execution.
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