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2 hours ago, Jullian said:

Can’t find a tough district(help?). So went to regions. Region 3 might b the weakest Region 4a-8a. The winner of Region 4(AH, Central) will roll to the finals. I like Region 2: Rockledge, BM, Dunnelon. 

They're all relieved that Jones has moved up to 6A.

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1 hour ago, FBGUY1989 said:

If I'm Central or American Heritage I'm not relieved cause I don't think Jones would have beaten neither of them in the state game 

Jones would have a hard time against a highly recruited Central team. They would fare better against American Heritage. Personally, I think they have a better title chance this year in 6a, as I think Central would be much harder to beat than Miami Northwestern. 

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