We are up to our 38th schedule thus far.
Actually, we’ve BEEN up to 38 for a couple days now. Something got in the way. We had the schedule first thing Friday morning, got our question answered Saturday morning, and then Super 32 rearranged my weekend.
Today’s schedule came from Pace, which is remaining in 2A-District 1 per the new FHSAA classifications (it’s the one district in the coverage area that was with us last year that had no changes in teams).
The Patriots will begin the season with a short trip over to South Walton for its two-day roundrobin/IBT formatted tournament, Border Wars VII, set to go on December 6th and 7th. Next up will be Pace’s first duals of the season with a trip into Alabama (Fultondale, to be specific), for the Charlie Bruce Duals on the 13th and 14th. Pace will stay in duals mode for its third tournament of the month, when it travels to district rival Fort Walton Beach for the Vikings’ Beast of the Beach tournament on the 20th and 21st. Pace will conclude the month by hosting its own two-day tournament (which has had both dual and IBT formats in the past) on the 27th and 28th.
January will kick off with the 2A-District 1 dual team championships, where the Patriots will be defending their team title. Host is still to be determined. Pace will then begin the away half of a home-and-home dual series with Milton, going to the Panthers on the 15th, with the possibility of Region 1 duals on the 16th and state duals on the 24th and 25th. Pace will also go to area rival Wewahitchka’s Gator Brawl, a two-day roundrobin, on the 17th and 18th. After a midweek tri-meet in Alabama at Gulf Shores on the 28th, the Patriots will conclude the month back at Gulf Shores for the Dolphin Duals, a two-day event on the 31st and February 1st.
There are two events on the regular-season calendar for February, with Pace going to Chiles’ one-day Timberwolf Duals on the 8th, then wrapping up the regular season with the home half of the home-and-home series with Milton. The Patriots will stage Senior Night against the Panthers on the 11th. There are a couple of events that Pace is looking at to fill its last event to the schedule, depending on situation and fit, so there will be at least one more date to add.
So. That’s 38 schedules. We need more. We could use YOUR SCHOOL’S SCHEDULE. Question is…WHO’S NEXT???
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