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  1. CG and New Pal agree to 2 year home and home starting in 2018. CG week 2 opponent Whiteland was scheduled thru 2019 but the schools agreed to opt out. http://www.greenfieldreporter.com/2017/06/15/new-palestine-to-face-foe-center-grove/
  2. Similar info on Martinsville website http://goartesians.com/2017/01/13/carter-whitson-new-football-coach/
  3. Yet another interception. QVC is more entertaining.
  4. Trying to watch this Michigan V Ohio State game. Couple of fumbles including a failed snap at the goal line, interception, failed fake punt inside the teams own 20. Not sure I can watch this slop.
  5. That's nice. Was that in a 6A state finals game? Lots of teams currently in 6A own corresponding records in 5A or 4A. I posted 6A finals records because we were discussing what a fun game it was to watch and I felt it was in part because of the 4 6A state finals games, this one set a spate of records - some not records you'd want to hold unless it turned out like it did for Carmel. As for 6A being "a gift" as was stated elsewhere in this thread, you're probbaly right. Merry Christmas to all of the non "donut" teams that no longer have to get past these teams to get to a semi state or state game.
  6. Could be. Just quoting what IHSAA posted on their own website shortly after the game. That's a copy and paste. Note though that it is 6A, so probably doesn't include records more than 4 years old.
  7. Records set in the 2016 6A State Championship game between Carmel and Center Grove. Wish it had ended differently, but man what a great game to watch. Records info from IHSAA.org: State Records (6A Team) Most field goals: 3 by Carmel vs. Center Grove, 2016 Most fumbles: 5 by Carmel vs. Center Grove, 2016 Most fumbles lost: 4 by Carmel vs. Center Grove, 2016 Most interceptions: 2 by Center Grove, 2016 Most yards passing: 197 by Carmel, 2016 State Records (6A Individual) Most field goals: 3 by Conner Coghlan, Carmel vs. Center Grove, 2016. Longest field goal: 50 by Luke Eckert, Center Grove vs. Carmel, 2016. Most Rushing Attempts: 29 by Jerome Halsell, Carmel vs. Center Grove, 2016. Most passing yards: 197 by Jake McDonald, Carmel vs. Center Grove, 2016. Longest Pass Completion: 40 by Jake McDonald, Carmel vs. Center Grove, 2016. Most receptions: 8 by Kurt Rafdal, Carmel vs. Center Grove, 2016. Most receiving yards: 82 by Kurt Rafdal, Carmel vs. Center Grove, 2016. Highest Punting Average: 42 by PJ Buck, Center Grove vs. Carmel, 2016. Longest Punt: 66 by PJ Buck, Center Grove vs. Carmel, 2016. Longest Play from Scrimmage: 40 by Ethan Merriweather, Carmel vs. Center Grove, 2016.
  8. Post game respect. Credit to Southsider Voice. They have some great pictures from the game.
  9. I upvoted the "mute" comment for Dullaghan. Tons of respect for him as a coach but he's described players on the wrong teams three or four times already. :-/. The officiating has been fine. The booth call describing what happened hasn't matched the replays, but the replays have mostly matched the call. In their defense, they are a LOOOOONG way from the field.
  10. I'm. Or an insider so I'm only speculating. But I believe that last scoring drive was t about punishing Ben Davis. It was first and foremost about securely running the ball and using up the clock. However, I will say this. The CG running back pool is 6 deep in seniors alone. There's lots of talk about Yeast and McCoy and Holt being a three headed monster. But there are three more senior backs that have worked just as hard for four years. Any of the three are legitimate starting backs in most programs. But instead of that being a problem, it's been a blessing. The defense gets to work agains a top quality scout offense. When one of three "starters" is dinged, they step in and perform like starters. When starters are playing well, they return kickoffs, return punts, and cover kicks with full on comittment to the task. Tristan has sort of been the 4th back and done so proudly and very, very well when called on throughout the season. Without two guys tat have both been mentioned as Mr Football candidates in front of him, he's as likely as not to be the star back, and I have no doubt he would have been just that. So you want to run the clock out and keep the starters out of harms way. Your very content as a coaching staff to call Tristan Clark's number over and over. You don't call trick plays, you don't call plays designed for long yardage, you jus toffee the kid a chance to grind out some yards and run the clock. The fact that he kept knocking off yardage in chunks was just what you figured he'd do. Suddenly, without any real intention, Tristan turned the drive into a scoring drive and frankly he deserved that moment. If he scores and in his coach ecstatic. Not in any way because we rung up 6 late in a decided game. But because a young man that worked his butt off for me for 4 years and kept his pride in check, was always all in, the guy deserved the moment and he made it happen himself.
  11. You might remember that in 2014 Center Grove lost three of their first four games and were dismissed as young and rebuilding. They ran the table the rest of the way and lost in semi state in a heartbreaker to Ben Davis. This year, BD has the same 9-4 record after loosing in semi state to CG. Since that loss to BD, CG is 26-1, with a state championship in the books and another opportunity in a week. BD is returning a heck of a QB. Perhaps they will carry the momentum into next year. Future looks bright over there. Nice season.
  12. Center Grove 28. Ben Davis 8 at half. CG Ball to open 2nd half.
  13. Here are the Indy Star Highlights including a replay of the play I THINK y'all are talking about.
  14. Center Grove 28 Warren Central 7. Final. I'm a fan but even I was a little surprised at how dominant the Trojans were in the second half. Congrats to the Regional Champs.
  15. Ben Davis 51 Cathedral 14 5:22 to play.