The Storm

55 Years in the Making

Raylin Wesley

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On Friday, October 26th, the Flomaton High School Hurricanes made cross county history. For the first time in 55 years, the Hurricanes defeated the T.R. Miller Tigers on their home turf. After decades of friendly rivalry and anticipation, Flomaton showed their resilience and dedication by coming back and beating the Tigers 20-13. This tense and unpredictable game sent the Flomaton Hurricanes to the playoffs for the first time in 3 years instilling an immense amount of school pride in the players and students.

Following this outstanding win, on November 9 the Hurricanes are set to host their first round playoff game for the first time in 7 years. They will be playing against the Montgomery Academy Eagles with kickoff starting at 7 p.m. Admission into the game will be $8. Although the Canes endured several unforeseen obstacles, one being their quarterback Da’Quan Johnson receiving a concussion, they pulled through and proved once more that they are Hurricane Strong.

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