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2022 High School Football Preview Broome

The Broome Centurions are coming off a 4-7 season, where they were just 1-4 in region play but that was good enough to secure a playoff spot. They open their season with a loss to Powdersville and their season ended in the first round of the playoffs to Powdersville falling 45-44.

The Centurions had their chances in that game and it appeared like they were heading to the second round of the playoffs but Powdersville found a way to make just one more play to end the Centurion’s season.

Broome is heading into the 2022 season looking to make the playoffs once again and will be looking to make a deep run. The Centurions will face the challenge of replacing Dylan Ramirez, who was a standout for multiple Broome sporting teams, but the Dual-threat QB was a vital part of the team’s success.

It will be interesting to see what players can step up and take on a bigger role for this Centurions. Some of the names of players that are expected to take on a bigger role and be leaders on the team are Carlos Cohen, Zyon Wilkins, Noah Quinn, and Steven O’Dell.

Cohen and Wilkins are the starting wide receivers that can potentially be a dangerous duo that can fill up the stat sheet. Quinn is a linebacker for the Centurions and is expected to be the leader on defense. O’Dell is the star in the trenches that plays both Offensive line and defensive line for the Centurions.

Broome opens their season this year against Powdersville on August 19th, and the rest of their non-region opponents are Chesnee on September 26th, Spartanburg on September 2nd, Union County on September 9th, Berea on September 16th, and Woodruff on September 23rd.

The Centurions will begin their region schedule on September 30th against Travelers Rest. The rest of their region schedule they play Blue Ridge on October 7th, Carolina on October 21st after their bye week, and they end their regular season schedule on October 28th against Chapman.

Overall, Coach Lynn Fleming always has his team ready to go and I expect that to be the case once again this season! I see the Centurions winning around 4-5 games in the regular season with a couple of region wins, which should make them eligible for the playoffs once again.


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