By PATRICK STROHECKER
Some of the games may not have been easy to watch.
And in a lot of cases, there weren’t a whole lot of eyeballs in the stands to watch them.
But that hardly means the decision to play the majority of this past Friday night’s high school football games was the wrong one. Actually, in my opinion, it was the right move.
With the early effects of Hurricane Joaquin storming up the East Coast in the days leading up to Friday night, there were heavy discussions about how to handle the high school football slate. Those discussions ranged anywhere from playing them as scheduled, to moving up kickoff an hour or two, to moving the games to Saturday, or even Monday.
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