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West Orange Times & Observer Tuesday, Sep. 5, 2017 1 year ago

Hurricane Irma causes changes to high school football schedule -- Observer Preps

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Orange County Public Schools announced Tuesday it would move all varsity football games scheduled for Friday up one day, to Thursday, and many private schools have already followed suit.
by: Steven Ryzewski Senior Sports Editor

The threat of Hurricane Irma has caused many local athletic programs to move their football contests scheduled for this Friday up one day to Thursday.

In addition to private schools who have made this decision, all Orange County Public Schools are doing so after the district put out a statement saying as much.

Below is a list, updated as of 11 p.m. Sept. 5, of which games have been moved to Thursday, which games have been postponed and which games are unaffected by the storm.

 

Moved to Thursday

Games at 7 p.m. unless otherwise listed.

Dr. Phillips at West Orange

Boone at Ocoee

Wekiva at Winter Park

Olympia at Edgewater

Windermere at University (Orlando)

The First Academy at Orlando Christian Prep

CFCA at Windermere Prep

The Master's Academy (Oviedo) at Orangewood Christian

 

Canceled/postponed

Jupiter Christian at Legacy Charter

Carrollwood Day (Tampa) at Foundation Academy

 

Games unaffected

Bishop Moore at Archbishop Spalding (Maryland) — 7 p.m., Sept. 8

 

Contact Steven Ryzewski at [email protected].

Steven Ryzewski is the Senior Sports Editor for ObserverPreps.com, as well as all three of Observer Media Group's print publications in Orange County. He is a graduate of the University of Central Florida....

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