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  1. My initial thought was the exact same as yours.
  2. Two very very good districts, could (Should) have some teams make runs from each of them.
  3. Only one has to travel in it. One has (usually) nice home facilities and the other is thrown in a visitor "locker room"
  4. I always feel like bad weather impacts the road team more
  5. Whoa whoa whoaaa......Who could EC or Newton beat in 5a consistently? What district could they join and have consistent success? Im sure the coaches at both of those schools wouldnt mind being in 5a and keeping the same numbers they have, right?
  6. The following property: If a = b and b = c, then a = c. weak = weak and weak = weak then weak = weak
  7. Yes. No teams in this district are good, again. All of the schedules have been very easy and that is why these teams always get that wake up call IF they make it to the second round against the DOD.
  8. Big three weeks from Splendora. Could win all three or lose all three.
  9. although i don’t disagree here are my thoughts: LCM is old school, this may cost them a game. Huffman, if they play physical defensively, don’t turn the ball over and get a couple stops, can out score everyone in the district. Lumberton will never be out of a game due to their style of play. If Huffman and LCM get a two score lead on them, they’re style could cost them.
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