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5 minutes ago, Captain Morgan said:

Are you saying I'm wrong Dorsey? Please quote anything that I've said hurtful towards the Madison kids or program. Also you tell me how many kids are in the charter school since you "know". 

I said I was wrong the internet says 190 

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1 minute ago, Tigerfan1 said:

Never said that, Now you are twisting the facts. 

Why don’t y’all contact fhsaa and get us put where we need to be I’m sure we will get moved when the fhsaa finds out we graduate 20 seniors a season and have a big charter school sure we will be in 7a-8a I’m just glad lake city dude is at school he gonna blow this post up bout 330

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Just to help some other folks to understand this not about sour grapes but to understand the problems with small school football. James Madison has 190 students more than enough students to field a football team. Do you really think it would be fair to place James Madison in the same classification Madison County ?  Some will say the charter school is not big enough to have a football program but i will remind you that Hawthorne has had one for ever and their enrollment is 164, Jefferson county is also around the same size at 198 and they have won more Championships than Madison County.    

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No sour grapes on my end. I say congrats on winning the whole thing. The folks who started the charter didn't do it to get Madison  into 1A,  but to  believe it doesn't benefit Madison in sports is just foolish. You play with the rules given and that's what y'all did. Obviously the Fhsaa is at fault but we all know they are a bunch of clowns anyway. To Dorsey, Jbaby and the rest of the Madison fans congrats, those titles are hard to come by for the public school. 

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1 hour ago, Dorsey Reaves said:

Why don’t y’all contact fhsaa and get us put where we need to be I’m sure we will get moved when the fhsaa finds out we graduate 20 seniors a season and have a big charter school sure we will be in 7a-8a I’m just glad lake city dude is at school he gonna blow this post up bout 330

I graduated last year and college semester over for me 

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