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Dillard’s 2019-2020 boys & Girls new basketball District WOW!!!

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So if things wasn’t tough before Dillard’s new district is going to be a JUGGERNAUT starting next year! For boys and girls. 

The teams in Dillard’s district starting next year. 

Plantation 

south plantation 

Ft Lauderdale 

st Thomas 

nova 

ely 

can you say GAUNTLET! Especially for our girls and for our boys we are now in the same district as our most hated rivals! Lol now we will play them possibly 4 times in a year! And a right to go to state MAN OH MAN LOL.

and the region consists of north Miami south Miami Doral Academy and a few others. Guess they got tired of all these broward teams going to Lakeland lol

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