Braden River head coach Curt Bradley thinks the FHSAA should consider adding a week to the regular season due to all the cancellations caused by Hurricane Irma.
Braden River head coach Curt Bradley thinks the FHSAA should consider adding a week to the regular season due to all the cancellations caused by Hurricane Irma. Herald file photo
Braden River head coach Curt Bradley thinks the FHSAA should consider adding a week to the regular season due to all the cancellations caused by Hurricane Irma. Herald file photo

FHSAA football statement in Hurricane Irma aftermath leaves local officials disappointed

September 12, 2017 09:01 PM

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