Baldwin County, Alabama (WKRG) — The first Friday night in October is an ideal night for football. One of the best places in southwest Alabama to watch high school football, he said, is Bayside Academy.
Tonight’s Game of the Week Bayside will host Orange Beach in the first-ever meeting between the two schools. Bayside is located in Daphne on the eastern shore of Mobile Bay.
Makos comes from beautiful Orange Beach. Both teams got off to an early start to the season with some struggles.
Both teams were 4-2, and Bayside Academy started 4-0 and lost two games in a row. Makos opened with his three-game winning streak and has lost two of his last three games.
Admirals coach Phil Lazenby is expecting a serious football game and wishes his young team success.
“This is a regional game for both of us and we know it is very important. We are both on the brink of making the playoffs or not.” Lazenby said. “We have a really young ball club. So it’s one of the things I want to win. Unfortunately, the kids are so young that I can’t really care.”
Lazenby is looking to win his 199th career game tonight, 113 of which were at Bayside.Lazenby has been a coach for 26 years and this year will be his 16th with the Admirals. increase. Lazenby will face Jamey Dubose, a veteran in his first season at the Orange Beach. DuBose brought his two 6A state titles to Prattville and his one title to Central Phoenix City.
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