Are you a high school football fan? If so, you’re going to love what we have in store for you here. You see, we’re talking about the world of high school football once again. It’s time to get excited if you are an enthusiast because the season is just around the corner. What exactly does that mean? Well, it means that we will once again be able to enjoy watching our favorite players on the field once more… Before they go off to college and beyond that as well. High school football is awesome and there are some wonderful players coming up through the ranks right now! Let’s take a look at everything you need to know about Vermont High School Football 2022 before they take center stage again soon.
|Event:||Vermont School Football|
|Start Date:||August 2022|
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VHSFC 2022 Basics
Firstly, we need to talk about the basics, like the length of the season and more. You see, the regular season is going to be taking place during the month of August and September. After that, there will be a break, followed by the postseason. There will be a total of five rounds, with each round consisting of a single-elimination type of format. The championship game will take place in December, at the end of the month. During the postseason, games will take place on Friday nights, while the regular season will take place on Saturdays.
Friday Night Lights Return!
As we’ve already discussed, Friday nights are going to be the nights that home games are played on throughout the season. However, there is one thing that you need to know about Friday nights. You see, there are going to be a lot of Friday night games this season. This is going to be because of the addition of the new league in the area, the Champlain Valley Football Conference. This new league has 12 teams, and that means there will be a lot of Friday night games. However, we will not worry about that too much because it’s Friday night football.
Champlain Valley Football Conference
Let’s talk about this new conference. As we’ve already discussed, it will be new to this upcoming season. It will replace the Lake Champlain Valley Football Conference, and it will be a much bigger conference. It will have 12 teams and will host them in the following Vermont cities – Barre, Bellows Falls, Brattleboro, Colchester, Essex, Mount Mansfield, Mount St. Joseph, North Country, South Burlington, and St. Johnsbury. The games will take place on Friday nights, and it will be a great experience for everyone involved.
Burlington Football Conference
There is also a Burlington Football Conference, which will also be hosting games on Friday nights. This is a smaller conference, and it will be located in the city of Burlington, Vermont. It will feature 7 teams, with the following cities being present – Burlington, Champlain Valley, Essex, Mount Mansfield, St. Johnsbury, and South Burlington. It’s a great way to spend a Friday night, especially since it will mark the return of Friday night lights for high school football!
Rutland High School Football
Now, let’s talk about a team that will be playing in this conference – Rutland High School Football. This team is located in Rutland, Vermont, and it’s a very good team indeed. It has a lot of potential and will be a team to watch out for this season. Rutland High School Football has a very good chance at making it to the championship this season, and they will be hosting a few games at home.
Vergennes High School Football
Another team that will be playing in this conference is Vergennes High School Football. It’s another very good team that has a chance at doing very well this season. Vergennes High School Football will be hosting a few games at home, which will be great for them and their fans!
Other Conferences in VT
Now, let’s talk about the rest of the conferences in the state. There is the Addison County Football Conference, which will be hosting games all over the state. Some of the cities that will be hosting games are – Brattleboro, Colchester, Essex, and St. Johnsbury. There is also the Lamoille-3 Conference, which will be hosting games in the following cities – Barre, Brattleboro, Colchester, and Mount Mansfield. And, there is the Northern Vermont Football Conference, which will be hosting a few games in the following cities – St. Johnsbury and South Burlington.
There you have it, folks! Those are all the things that you need to know about Vermont High School Football 2022. Now, you can enjoy watching these teams play and root for your favorite ones. After that, you can also check out the Vermont Football Association website or follow the VHSF on social media to stay updated with everything happening during the season!
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