cbjj
Any thoughts on the South Lakeland early on in the season. It appears to be a pretty good conference this year. Should be competitive all the way to the end. Early favorite is probably P/A, but Clear Lake looked good and the middle appears to be wide open. I guess more than anything I wanted to stir up this conferences message board.
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dfnewburry
I have only seen the new C/LH co-op but seems like a typical year in the South, the teams with the experience in the coaching staff will be at the top once again .

C/LH is green at all positions including the coaching staff once again which will make for a long season , but they do seem to play a large number of kids which is what prep sports should be about in my opinion .

On a closing not there will be a ceremony at Lake Holcombe on Friday for Rollie Hall who was recently enshrined in the WFCA Hall of Fame which was greatly deserved , retired long time assistant Ken Ash should also be enshrined .








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cbjj
I think that's a great thing, he was a great coach and had a lot of very good teams. LH and Cornell have co-oped for awhile now at the JH level and have some very big kids coming. I think it was a great move for them to combine rather than go 8 man. I wish more would have done that. Look for them to be competitive in the near future.
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cbjj
To be honest, I'm not a fan of 8-man, but I would hope it would give a chance for a small school to have football, I'm talking about the schools under 80 kids for enrollment. To me, there is really no reason for a school the with 150+ kids in their high school to have to go that route. I also completely understand that there are many circumstances in many other schools that I know nothing about and really shouldn't attempt to talk about them. My problem with the 8-man schools is that when I listen to the end of the year Jamboree and some schools have 30+ kids out for football and their playing 8-man. That's not the mentality of a school that I want my kids to go to. My fear is that too many schools are going to take the "easy" way out and go to 8-man and the schools that are left over in division 7 that can still field a team when they drop division 7 are going to have to combine or go 8-man just to be competitive because a school that has 130 kids and enough for a team are going to have to go up against the schools with 2X their enrollment come play off time. That is just my opinion, I don't consider 8-man to be the dark side. I just hope schools do it for the best interest of their district.
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