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1 minute ago, DarterBlue2 said:

Are you at the game? If yes, is Miami High good or is HML just really, really bad?

I'm not at the game but from what I know, Miami High has improved a lot with the new coach and transfers in. But HML is pretty bad too. Gonna be a long season for them, especially since they're back in that 6A beast district

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12 minutes ago, DarterBlue2 said:

Are you at the game? If yes, is Miami High good or is HML just really, really bad?

Nope but like DB4 said Miami High with the new coach got players and are good and HML well they gotta pray they win a game or 2 this season..

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1 minute ago, Zoe Boy said:

He say the passing game for MC looks good!!

Nice!  Well it's about time!  

I'm hoping STA's passing game steps up a notch or two.   Casteel looked good in the TD pass posted on STA's twitter.

 

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