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2019 travel schedule

Each weeks games listed in order of my desire to see those games. The weeks of 8/23 and 10/18 i need a time machine and a fast car. Those two weeks are loaded.

let everybody know your schedule so we can meet up and talk.

Fri Aug 23:           E. Forsyth @ ACR, Mitchell @ Erwin, Pisgah @ Murphy  

Fri Aug 30:           Crest @ TCR, Murphy @ Franklin, SM @ Swain,                 

Fri Sep 06:           Pisgah @ Tuscola.           

Fri Sep 13:           Christ School @ Murphy, Newton Conover @ Hendersonville, Heritage @ Stuart Cramer

Fri Sept 20:         Asheville @ Erwin, N. Georgia @ Hayesville, Mitchell @ Franklin

Fri Sep 27:           Heritage @ Pisgah, Hickory @ McDowell, HPCA @ Asheville School

Fri Oct 04:            North Buncombe @ Enka, Asheville @ N. Henderson

Fri Oct 11:            SM @ Pisgah, Mitchell @ Owen, Cherokee @ Andrews, 

Fri Oct 18:            Murphy @ Swain, Mitchell @ Heritage, Asheville @ ACR

Fri Oct 25:            Swain @ Robbinsville, Polk @ Avery,

Sat Oct 26:          Christ School @ Asheville School

Fri Nov 01:           Owen @ Avery, Brevard @ Hendersonville, Franklin @ Pisgah,    

Fri Nov 08            Brevard @ Pisgah, Robbinsville @ Murphy, Franklin @ SM            

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Those are some great games. On Friday Nov 8 I believe Brevard will be coming to Canton. We were across the mountain last year. Another game that i think could be a good one is week one Brevard at MTN. Heritage. 

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Week 1 in WNC has some great ones.


No. 7 Mitchell at Erwin
Mitchell enters the season with 16 returning starters and state title hopes, facing an Erwin team coming off a 10-2 season. The Warriors are replacing offensive skill talent and will have a tough test against the Mountaineers' defense. Mitchell and Erwin have split its last two games with the Warriors winning 35-21 last year and the Mountaineers winning 21-14 in 2017.
No. 8 Robbinsville at No. 5 Smoky Mountain
This game features the two top running backs in the area with Robbinsville senior Rylee Anderson (1,965 yards, 32 touchdowns) and Smoky Mountain's Will Frady (1,255 yards, 15 touchdowns) facing off in Week 1. Both teams enter the season with realistic conference title hopes with Smoky Mountain returning 17 starters and Robbinsville returning a dangerous running back tandem and a stout offensive line.
No. 6 Pisgah at No. 3 Murphy
Pisgah and Murphy have split its last two games with the Black Bears winning 15-8 last year and the Bulldogs taking a 30-13 win in 2017. Murphy coach David Gentry enters this season just seven wins shy of the state's record for career wins and a win over Pisgah would put him well on his way to taking that record this year. Both teams enter 2019 with plenty of questions, and once again, this game will offer a huge test early for both programs. Murphy enters this game ranked No. 3 in the CT preseason poll with Pisgah coming in at No. 6.
East Forsyth at No. 1 Reynolds
The Rockets open the season with a huge non-conference test at home against 2018 4A state champion East Forsyth. The Eagles defeated Scotland County 35-28 to claim their first title since 1992 while Reynolds is now two years removed from its 3AA state title appearance. This game will act as an important benchmark for both teams that are trying out new players in key positions, including a new quarterback for Reynolds.
Franklin at No. 9 Asheville
This is the fifth year in a row that Asheville High and Franklin have opened the season again each other, and this non-conference battle continues to be an important early challenge for both programs. Franklin returns only five starters from last year's 6-6 team, and desperately need to gain experience before the conference schedule begins. Asheville High has legitimate conference title hopes, but needs to gain confidence before trying to dethrone Reynolds atop the WMAC.
No. 10 Brevard at No. 4 Mountain Heritage
Brevard and Mountain Heritage open the season against each other for the third straight time, with the Cougars winning the last two games 30-7 and 28-14. But the Blue Devils proved they were legitimate 2A title contenders last year with a run to the state semifinals, and although they lost plenty of talent, they're looking to show early they can make another deep playoff run.

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For week one I am heading to Freedom for Freedom vs Shelby.  Know it is not in the main coverage area but should be one of the best games in the state for week one.  Been wanting to go to this one for a couple of years but had a kid playing.

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