Once again in 2020, St. Frances Academy will play a tough national schedule that will take the Panthers, who finished No. 3 in the High School Football America 100 last season, as far west as California and south to Florida and Texas. Four of SFA’s opponents finished last season in our Top 100.
After opening the season at home against New Jersey’s Woodrow Wilson on August 28, the Panthers will take to the road for two long trips. On September 4, SFA will take-on Corona Centennial in southern California. The Huskies finished No. 70 in the Top 100 in 2019. Then the following week, the Panthers travel to Duncanville, Texas for a battle of Panthers. Duncanville finished No. 9 in the national rankings after losing in its second straight Texas 6A Division I championship game.
While we pray for everyone across the country, we look forward to what is coming next… pic.twitter.com/GwE1B9Zo7H— St Frances Academy Football MD (@SFAfootball_MD) March 17, 2020
After a bye week, SFA will host defending Nevada 4A champ Liberty, which finished No. 62 in the HSFA 100 last year. The Panthers will close-out the season in Bradenton, Florida against IMG Academy, last year’s No. 6 team.