Prep football update: Who's rained out

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Due to inclement weather, some of tonight's high school football games have been rescheduled as follows:

• Aiken at Orangeburg-Wilkinson, 6:30 p.m. Monday

• Thomson High at West Laurens, 7 p.m. Saturday

• Fox Creek at Hunter-Kinard-Tyler, 7 p.m. Monday

• Midland Valley at Brookland-Cayce, 3 p.m. Saturday

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SHOCKER1 10/24/08 - 12:45 pm
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Since when does rain keep one

Since when does rain keep one from playing football?

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sonic_imperial 10/24/08 - 02:06 pm
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While it would be fun to

While it would be fun to watch, it probably has more to do with the safety of the kids.

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Dan White 10/24/08 - 04:09 pm
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Sometimes good old common

Sometimes good old common sense has to be used. They are using it to postpone these games.

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GnipGnop 10/24/08 - 06:18 pm
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It's not the rain but the

It's not the rain but the high winds. Flying debris can be very dangerous.

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SUNSET 10/24/08 - 09:03 pm
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These are not Pros and are

These are not Pros and are not receiving a 4-year scolarship for playing in foul weather. The young mens are playing only for school pride.

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