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  1. Short sighted to me. The 32 in 6A and 32 in 1A make the most sense. Time to table the arrogance and put on the thinking caps IHSAA.
  2. Here is the article from the Northwest Times. http://www.nwitimes.com/sports/high-school/boys-basketball/ihsaa-suspends-all-sports-teams-at-bowman-academy-for-two/article_79e69665-f13d-5f0a-8625-9a16a0683795.html#utm_source=nwitimes.com&utm_campaign=%2Femail-updates%2Fbreaking%2F&utm_medium=email&utm_content=673F5B8DB82D6EFB374D80661038D097DE601E13
  3. Jimtown's first year of football was 1955.
  4. Sad. That is the direction things are going. TGD traffic has gone way down the past couple of years. Facebook and Twitter are the culprit. Life goes on.
  5. Yeah. What a feather in the hat if they would win 6A and hold State Titles in: 6A, 5A, 4A, 3A in the "All In" format. Surely no other schools would be able to attest to that.
  6. Is it time for more Server Dave? Or is it just Bandwidth. I still have a couple of servers lying around.
  7. Yes. The Washington win WAS an upset. The Panthers had JImtown, but self-destructed many times by their own accord. Even with their two players suspended. Read Skyrat's synopsis of the game above. Looks like the Jimmies had that HORRIBLE game that puts you out of the one-and-done tourney.
  8. Yep. They've put their money where their mouth is.
  9. Ah. But that is not the story in: Fort Wayne, South Bend and the Region. Those parents can send their children to any Catholic school they desire. Right? Not that big of a deal now. Any student can go to most any school if that school accepts transfers, and the student provides their own transportation. Metro areas have a huge advantage in the transportation area. If they were in High School, they will have to be approved by the IHSAA to compete in athletics.
  10. The first game they played it was a 29-20 game. Wawasee wasn't so overmatched that game.
  11. Are you talking about the NIC, or the other conference? It doesn't look like moving to the different conference helped Triton or Culver. I see Knox and LaVille got a few wins they wouldn't have had in the old NSC. But as far as conference championships. They are probably going to get about the same amount in football. Pioneer and Judson will dominate just like Jimtown and New Prarie did in the old NSC. Different location. Same view. As far as the NIC. The four schools from the NSC performed adequately. Washington was up and down. Riley was a disaster. Marian was good, but 3 of the 4 NSC teams competed with them just fine. It was a step up from the old NSC teams, hopefully in a couple of years that will toughen Jimtown, Glenn, and Bremen up for more deep runs in the tourney.
  12. Yes. I just changed the title of the thread to reflect the discussion.
  13. So true. If they were that good. They'd still be in 2A. Or moving up to 3A. LCC is where they belong. 1A now has to get better to beat them.
  14. Not a bad night for the NIC 2A Bremen wins Big over Rochester. NIC 1-0 3A Marian wins over Glenn. NIC 2-1 Jimtown wins over Tippy Valley NIC 3-1 4A Riley gets it's first win of the year over Kankakee Valley NIC 4-1 St Joe beats Hobart NIC 5-1 Washington beats Clay NIC 6-2 Andrean beats New Prairie NIC 6-3 5A Adams beats Elkhart Memorial NIC 7-3 6A Penn beats LaPorte NIC 8-3 So the NIC finishes week one with an 8-3 record. But two of those losses are to other NIC teams. So the NIC is 6-1 against non-conference competition. Not bad.
  15. WOW! You guys are really good to figure out as 8 year olds how good they will be. HOLY COW!!!!! Even better as 5 year olds!!!!! LLC = Anthrop, Mills, Munn, Christopher. Recognize the names? Same families just keep enrolling their boys.