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Rockledge @ Manatee game off


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13 minutes ago, Jullian said:

Why was Manatee canceled. 

Honestly not sure. Only thing I could think of is possibly something dealing with the hurricane but not completely sure. I just saw that a coach put for unforeseen reasons they were looking for a game and that was on the 30th.

Just found out about the switch today on a write up about Brevard rankings and games for tomorrow. Did some research to verify and saw that Carrolwood Day confirmed it earlier this week since their game with Lemon Bay was canceled. 

So now Rockledge is the homecoming game for Carrolwood Day. 

Only thing that's confusing me is that Rockledge hasn't put anything out about the game being switched other than a coach putting that they needed a game.

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