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49 minutes ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

How many teams are even considered part of the treasure Coast 

 

It's not exactly a very huge area at least that I could tell 

There are 4 counties: Okeechobee, Martin, St Lucie, Indian River, the schools that field a football team are below.

Okeechobee:

Okeechobee HS

Martin:

Martin County HS

South Fork HS

Jensen Beach HS

St Lucie
Port St Lucie HS

Centennial HS

Treasure Coast HS

Fort Pierce Central HS

Fort Pierce Westwood HS

John Carroll HS (Private)

Indian River:

Vero Beach HS

Sebastian River HS

St Edwards HS (Private)

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14 hours ago, roygod said:

Yes,it's called the FHSAA.they forced us to play local area teams only. No traveling in or out of the Treasure Coast!!! 

So, I was just joking around (suggesting that someone caused the whole coronavirus pandemic just to help keep a high school team's regular season home winning streak alive).   That said, your response has me wondering:  how could/did the FHSAA force any school to play local area teams only?  Unless they put you in a 10-team district.   Otherwise, I wasn't aware that the FHSAA really had any control over scheduling.   I was under the impression that scheduling was handled on a county-by-county basis.   Again, just curious. 

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12 hours ago, Perspective said:

So, I was just joking around (suggesting that someone caused the whole coronavirus pandemic just to help keep a high school team's regular season home winning streak alive).   That said, your response has me wondering:  how could/did the FHSAA force any school to play local area teams only?  Unless they put you in a 10-team district.   Otherwise, I wasn't aware that the FHSAA really had any control over scheduling.   I was under the impression that scheduling was handled on a county-by-county basis.   Again, just curious. 

I believe he's referring to FHSAA's inability to reach a consensus or render a decision which has left us all in limbo.  I applaud the Treasure Coast schools. At least they have a plan.  Everyone else needs to follow suit because FHSAA is too slow.

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On 8/12/2020 at 10:14 AM, Hwy17 said:

I believe he's referring to FHSAA's inability to reach a consensus or render a decision which has left us all in limbo.  I applaud the Treasure Coast schools. At least they have a plan.  Everyone else needs to follow suit because FHSAA is too slow.

Not only do you have the FHSAA influencing scheduling but you have SMAC beating the FHSAA over the head. I hate to bring up politics but this is how the US Congress has been working. The FHSAA is a minature version of congress

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For this year, Treasure Coast teams will only play each other, so it is very likely you will see some old-school matchups like VB vs Martin County etc..   Hey, its the way things used to be anyway.  Shoot, Brevard County teams are only playing within Brevard County....much larger county with plenty of schools to do so.  

I don't care...I just want to line up correctly against someone.  Lets roll with this.  

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