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26 minutes ago, TRAJAN01 said:

Hey @Jesse I saw where Madison is playing Fitzgerald, GA on September 10th in Brunswick, GA.  It appears to be a game set up by Under Armour....matching state champions.  Fitzgerald beat Thomasville last year in Georgia 2A.

No because Mike coe would have post it on Facebook. 

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Destin's 2022 Football Schedule

Date Time vs Location
Aug 19 6:00pm Pre-season Jamboree vs Vernon HS / Freeport HS Freeport High School
Aug 26   <BYE>  
Sept 2 7:00pm Baker High School Bake High School
Sept 9 7:00pm North Bay Haven High School Home
Sept 16 7:00pm Rocky Bayou Christian High School Rocky Bayou High School
Sept 23 7:00pm Lighthouse Private Christian High School Lighthouse Private Christian
Sept 30 7:00pm Jay High School Jay High School
Oct 7 7:00pm Dean Bozeman High School Home
Oct 14 7:00pm Chipley High School Chipley High School
Oct 21 7:00pm Hilliard High School Home
Oct 28 7:00pm Aucilla Christian High School Home
Nov 4 7:00pm Holmes County High School Holmes High School
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48 minutes ago, s1nglewing said:

Destin's 2022 Football Schedule

Date Time vs Location
Aug 19 6:00pm Pre-season Jamboree vs Vernon HS / Freeport HS Freeport High School
Aug 26   <BYE>  
Sept 2 7:00pm Baker High School Bake High School
Sept 9 7:00pm North Bay Haven High School Home
Sept 16 7:00pm Rocky Bayou Christian High School Rocky Bayou High School
Sept 23 7:00pm Lighthouse Private Christian High School Lighthouse Private Christian
Sept 30 7:00pm Jay High School Jay High School
Oct 7 7:00pm Dean Bozeman High School Home
Oct 14 7:00pm Chipley High School Chipley High School
Oct 21 7:00pm Hilliard High School Home
Oct 28 7:00pm Aucilla Christian High School Home
Nov 4 7:00pm Holmes County High School Holmes High School

Why is baker scheduled to play them...... oh wait they softest team in Florida.  Destin could win those games. Them teams are lowest tier in Florida.  Hopefully Destin is 1A team bc if not why make a team that gets 70 put on them in higher class. Blountstown not on there wow.

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