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Pahokee 28- MC 30 4th quarter

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45 minutes ago, Jambun82 said:

561-Fan, what other issues/problems did you have with the officiating?

We were getting bad spots all night, but there weren’t any major officiating errors (besides the non holding call) but no one saw that until a day later. It was a pretty clean game, in my opinion 

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21 hours ago, 561_Fan said:

We were getting bad spots all night, but there weren’t any major officiating errors (besides the non holding call) but no one saw that until a day later. It was a pretty clean game, in my opinion 

Thank you, 561_Fan.

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20 hours ago, badbird said:

So what you are saying is Pahokee got screwed and should have cursed out the officials for costing them a state title?  :)

No, I am saying that Pahokee has a right to complain about the action in the video. The Blue Devils could send that video to the FHSAA.

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The only bad part of the game was that Madison was controlling the clock and chain crew. The clock person manipulated the clock all game long and the chain crew was moving the sticks during plays. I’m then south, actual Referees are clock operators and chain crew in the playoffs. That needs to be enforced up north as well.

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4 hours ago, MuckCityChamp said:

The only bad part of the game was that Madison was controlling the clock and chain crew. The clock person manipulated the clock all game long and the chain crew was moving the sticks during plays. I’m then south, actual Referees are clock operators and chain crew in the playoffs. That needs to be enforced up north as well.

The clock person is a referee.  I have never seen Chain crews that are referees except the finals.

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6 hours ago, badbird said:

The clock person is a referee.  I have never seen Chain crews that are referees except the finals.

That is correct badbird. Although some schools, such as Daytona Beach Mainland, pay for officials to run the chains during the regular season.

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