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  1. A few observations from the Fairfield game. Northwood beat Fairfield 54-6 tonight. 1. Northwood is impressive. They have scored 46 points on Jimtown in week 1, and 8 more points (54) on Fairfield in consecutive weeks. They have fast skill players who make people miss in the open field. They have a bubble screen/pass option play that makes dbs freeze...it was tough to stop. Northwood basically threw the ball all night...they have a very good QB. I expect that Northwood will do well this year. 2. Fairfield moved the ball well early. We went up 6-0 on the first drive...a long clock consuming drive. Almost scored again right after that, then things just didn't go our way. It's hard to say that you can be happy with a loss, but I really saw some positives out of the Falcons. We are a young team, and it's exciting to see the kids make plays. 3. It will be interesting to see how each of these teams will do in their respective conferences...I think both teams will be competitive.
  2. haha thanks....I am just a Jr. High coach, so I feel like it's okay for me to pick....I just never pick the Fairfield game...although if you're wondering who I'd pick EVERY time...it's the Falcons....we could be playing the Indianapolis Colts and I'd still pick FF.
  3. kager...I'm glad at least one person is responding to these posts.
  4. Week 2 (Aug 26) Concord at Elkhart Memorial East Noble at Warsaw Goshen at Elkhart Central Northridge at Michigan City NorthWood at Fairfield Plymouth at Rochester West Noble at Wawasee Brebeuf Jesuit at South Bend St. Joe Crown Point at Mishawaka John Glenn at Mishawaka Marian Lincoln-Way East (IL) at South Bend Adams New Prairie at South Bend Clay Penn at Merrillville South Bend Riley at Bremen South Bend Washington at Jimtown Chesterton at Munster Gary West at Valparaiso Hobart at LaPorte Lincoln-Way Central (IL) at Lake Central Portage at Lowell North Judson at Caston South Central (Union Mills) at Culver Triton at LaVille West Central at Knox Winamac at Pioneer Grand Rapids Christian (MI) at Culver Academy
  5. This will definitely be a challenging week for the NECC...here are my picks: Central Noble 7 North Miami 28....North Miami hired a great coach a few years ago, and he's finally turning things around. Churubusco 20 Lewis Cass 14.....Cass is down, and Busco has that o-line greased and ready. Eastside 35 Adams Central 34....Eastside makes all their PATs. Fremont 14 Southern Wells 24.....Close until the end. Garrett 42 DeKalb 21......DeKalb is really struggling these days. Lakeland 14 New Haven 28....Tied at the half, the NH pulls away. (Rooting for the Lakers though). NH is tough this year. Leo 38 Angola 21.....Leo has a high powered offense. West Noble 0 Wawasee 35....Wawasee shut out SB Washington last week and they do it again. Woodlan BIG over PH.
  6. Here are the week 2 matchups. What are your thoughts and predictions? Central noble (0-1) at North Miami (1-0) Churubusco (1-0) at Lewis Cass (0-1) Eastside (0-1) at Adams Central (1-0) Fremont (1-0) at Southern Wells (0-1) Garrett (1-0) at DeKalb (0-1) Lakeland (0-1) at New Haven (1-0) Leo (1-0) at Angola (1-0) Northwood (1-0) at Fairfield (0-1) West Noble (1-0) at Wawasee (1-0) Woodlan (1-0) at Prairie Heights (0-1) All of the games this week are non-conference games.
  7. Fairfield and Goshen were tied 14-14 at the half....a few injuries changed things for the Falcons after halftime, but that's not an excuse. Falcons threw well, but Goshen put lots of pressure on the QB. Goshen's new artificial field was really nice...it was a really cool atmosphere to be in. #25 for Goshen is a great receiver...fast and good hands...think he had 163 yards receiving. Good luck to the Redhawks this year. http://www.elkharttruth.com/sports/schools/fairfield/goshen-opens-new-turf-field-puts-winning-slant-on-fairfield/article_1ef4c8bd-ff26-5a71-9b04-e2e2f18a1e93.html
  8. Anyone else have any thoughts? Am I talking to myself? Anyone? Anyone.....Bueller?
  9. I wasn't there, so I couldn't tell you much. I do know that, being a scrimmage, most teams aren't throwing their best things out there. Fairfield returns a lot on defense, and I heard the D played well. That's about all I know.
  10. These are complete guesses, because I know nothing about any of these teams....again, I will not pick the FF game due to conflict of interest. CN 21 WN 13.....Central Noble surprises everyone this year and wins 7 games. Churubusco 21 Lakeland 28....I am going with the Lakers...#35 on Lakeland is an absolute beast. DeKalb 34 Angola 21.....I have no idea. Prairie Heights 7 Garrett 35....Railroaders return a lot of experience (according to the article) Woodlan 24 Eastside 28.....Eastside will be tough this year.
  11. What are all of your thoughts and predictions for the week 1 matchups? (Please respond so I don't feel like I am talking to myself). Blackford at Fremont Central Noble at West Noble Churubusco at Lakeland DeKalb at Angola Fairfield at Goshen Prairie Heights at Garrett Woodlan at Eastside
  12. Article/Video about Churubusco: http://www.21alive.com/sports/high-school/Churubusco-football-seeking-better-things-in-2016-389437411.html Article/Video about Garrett: http://www.21alive.com/sports/high-school/Garrett-citing-returning-experience-for-football-optimism-389437211.html Article/Video about Eastside: http://www.21alive.com/sports/high-school/Eastside-aiming-for-even-better-things-in-football-389397322.html Article/Video about Central Noble: http://www.21alive.com/sports/high-school/Greg-Moe-returns-to-coaching-with-Central-Noble-football-389243781.html Article/Video about West Noble: http://www.21alive.com/sports/high-school/West-Noble-football-looks-for--389132241.html Article about Lakeland: http://www.goshennews.com/sports/local_sports/prep-football-lakeland-trying-to-build-on-success/article_9ff7044d-8e82-5c0c-b095-8a95d4296897.html
  13. Here are two articles about Fairfield: http://www.elkharttruth.com/sports/schools/fairfield/early-season-slate-challenges-fairfield/article_276c7945-0122-521a-9f74-62353363c36c.html http://www.goshennews.com/sports/prep-football-fairfield-falcons-seeking-more-depth-to-start/article_10ed1aec-fcb3-5daf-8822-b3c39309612a.html
  14. The 2016 Football season is upon us. What are any of your thoughts or comments about football teams in the NECC this year? Who will be on top? Who is returning a lot? Who might struggle? Here is a list of your 2016 NECC Football playing schools. BIG SCHOOL CONFERENCE Angola Fairfield Garrett Lakeland West Noble SMALL SCHOOL CONFERENCE Central Noble Churubusco Eastside Fremont Prairie Heights Fairfield is going to have a challenging start to their season. In week 1, the Falcons at 5A Goshen on their new artificial grass field...Week 2, Fairfield hosts 4A Northwood, and in week 4, Fairfield hosts (Equivalent of 4A) Niles High School from Michigan. We have never played them....I am actually not sure if Fairfield has ever played a team from another state. Hopefully, it will be an exciting year.
  15. Bremen at Plymouth Fairfield at Goshen Elkhart Central at Elkhart Memorial NorthWood at Jimtown South Bend Adams at Northridge South Bend St. Joe at Concord Warsaw at Columbia City South Bend Washington at Wawasee John Glenn at Rochester LaPorte at New Prairie Mishawaka at Portage South Bend Clay at Mishawaka Marian South Bend Riley at Leo Valparaiso at Penn Andrean at Merrillville Kokomo at Chesterton Lowell at Crown Point Michgan City at Griffith Munster at Lake Central Culver at North Judson Knox at Winamac LaVille at West Central Pioneer at Lewis Cass Triton at Caston Culver Academy at Tippecanoe Valley Lake Station at South Central (Union Mills)