Seabreeze-Atlantic, Halifax-Pine Ridge and Deltona-Winter Springs will kick off at 7 p.m. Monday.

Friday's slate of games may have been swept away by Hurricane Dorian, but fear not prep football fans!

There will be more than enough action in the coming days to make up for it.

Five Week 3 matchups were rescheduled for next week, including a pair of all-local showdowns on Monday night. Seabreeze heads to Atlantic, which rounded out the most recent Fab 5. As a result, the Sharks also pushed back their Week 4 home game with Melbourne Central Catholic back a day, resulting in a 6 p.m. Saturday kickoff.

Pine Ridge looks to end a 20-game losing streak when it faces Halifax for the first time, while Deltona will travel to Winter Springs.

On Tuesday, Father Lopez looks to remain unbeaten as it faces Satellite, an FHSAA independent. Matanzas and Middleburg will conclude the week's makeup dates, squaring off at 6 p.m. Thursday.

Hurricane Dorian created a handful of schedule changes that will linger on through the remainder of the regular season.

The Week 3 games for Flagler Palm Coast and Warner Christian — against St. Augustine and Cocoa Beach, respectively — were moved to October. There was also one new game added for the final week of the year as New Smyrna Beach will take on Trinity Christian on Nov. 1, Trinity athletic director Buddy Shacklette said Thursday.