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  1. 4 points
    I have to say this is one of the most enjoyable threads I have ever read here on the GID. No one is arguing and no one is pooh poohing what someone else is doing. I have seen no one say, "we do it the right way or you are doing it the wrong way". I hope you'll forgive me a couple of moments to share a couple of things. Since the youth leagues are all volunteer, it reminds me of when I was in the Navy. At my last command before I retired, we were stationed overseas in Spain. All of the military children went to a Department of Defense school on the base. Grades 3 - 6 played together and were put in a pool for a draft. We had 6 teams. There were 6 volunteer coaches (all military members) who would meet a week before practices started for the season and would draft their teams from the kids who wanted to play. There were no tryouts so you drafted only on the names of the kids. They did list the kids sizes so one team wouldn't end up with all of the "big" kids on one team. The league was all flag with no pads. I was a volunteer coach for 2 of the 3+ years that I was there. It was mostly about fundamentals but some coaches had fairly elaborate play books. At any rate, most families were only stationed there for 3 years so one team never got stacked for a dynasty and the coaches changed due to their being transferred to other places in the world. I do know of one kid left Spain and went back stateside. We lost contact with him and his family but found out years later that he played at Clemson on a scholarship and was the starting center for Clemson. Talk about a shock! I believe he ended up being a 3rd or 4th round draft pick for the Rams. So having said all of that, I appreciate ALL of the volunteer coaches who give their time to this great sport. Lastly my son played one year (he was in 6th grade when we moved there) in the Linton youth league back in the mid 90's after I retired and we moved to Linton. It was really quite different seeing them in pads and playing tackle than playing flag and no pads. Thanks for letting me ramble for a couple of moments. I am waxing nostalgic reading this thread. My sincere thanks to all who coach and/or are involved!!!
  2. 3 points
    I would be perfectly happy to go 15-0 and be known as the worst state champs in history
  3. 3 points
    If you truly believe the competition you play has no impact on how good a team is (any sport) then we will just have to agree to disagree. If you're content with HH and GS having a combined semi-state record of 2-10 since 96 then so be it.
  4. 3 points
    The bus driver not knowing where to go...
  5. 3 points
    Seeger players paused and prayed for Triton before our team meal last evening.... Also prayers from this former Triton assistant.
  6. 3 points
    Another study conducted with convenience sampling and therefore contains self-selection bias. Not to dismiss any findings - but I wish popular press articles spent half as much time discussing that instead of writing sensational headlines. For example, I am a fan of - and sent my kids to - a P/P school. If I show up at a PTO meeting and conduct a survey of P/P parents, would any conclusions I draw about the state of HS education be valid? Maybe. Maybe not. But you can't ignore the fact all the respondents were drawn from my convenience sample - and my results should be met with a healthy dose of skepticism.
  7. 3 points
    Been drinking plenty of water tonight. I'm not driving tomorrow, so I'll follow a strict rehydration program after the game:)
  8. 2 points
    Bremen 21 Mishawaka Marian 14 F
  9. 2 points
    Raiders Just went up 10
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  11. 2 points
    I tell ya, as much as I hate getting my (Triton's) ass kicked, I was happy it was Pioneer. With everything that went on this week, it was emotionally draining. Pioneer showed they are a real class program. The after game prayer was awesome. I stood there with tears in my eyes as I listened to Coach Berry talk to our team. They didn't have to do any of the things they did but they did and it was greatly appreciated by our community. It was also nice to see some Bremen families and players there, and also Coach Barr from Winamac.
  12. 2 points
    Nice gesture by Pioneer last night to honor him!
  13. 2 points
    The game aside, what a moment last night to invite the teams and fans to come onto the field for prayer and condolences. Pioneer normally sings the school song to their fans after a win but on this night there would be no singing, no high-fives or celebrating a win. Instead only sorrow shared and deepest heart-felt sympathies to Cameron's family and to our football brothers and their families. Seeing both teams linger on field hugging and crying was a moment anyone who was there will not soon forget. To see the scoreboard show 54 to 54 with 5.4 left was quite a sight as well Nothing against coach Berry cause he is great and great to play for, but the coach who spoke to all was actually Coach Lewellen who is also a minister God Bless to All
  14. 2 points
    Uh....that is 15 years ....unless you are using common core math
  15. 2 points
    Thanks again to the Pioneer community for the great outpouring of support last night. Coach Berry, I would be honored for my kids to play on one of your teams! Your tribute and prayer after the game was heart-felt and sincere. Thank you. As for the game... not much to say really. I was proud of our kids, especially on the offensive side of the ball. We were able to move the ball a bit and I believe half of our possessions stalled on the Pioneer end of the field. Of course scoring the TD was the highlight of an otherwise dismal night. On defense we simply couldn't tackle anyone. I'll blame some of that on the circumstances, but it's definitely an area we need to improve on regardless. Pioneer is head-and-shoulders better than anyone else in the HNAC. I'll be shocked if they get seriously challenged at all on their way to Lucas.
  16. 2 points
    I'd be good with that, or even back to the old ways of not observing DST at all
  17. 2 points
    If I could like this 1 million times I would.
  18. 2 points
    An adjustment like the whole state moving to Central time (as it should be)?
  19. 2 points
  20. 1 point
    What the heck... let's look at 1A as we hit the last half of the season: Sect 41: South Central and Triton both 4-1; Culver and LaVille at 3-2. Triton has an unlikely chance in facing unbeaten top ranked Pioneer, while SC hosts 2-3 3A Wheeler. Culver faces 2-3 Winamac in an intra-41 meeting that could provide some light, LaVille hosts unbeaten 3A Knox. Triton’s Trojans did hand LaVille a 22-14 loss in week 2, and beat Culver 27-21 last week. South Central hasn’t beaten a +.500 team, and lost to Culver 15-0 in week 2. The Lancers other loss beside the 8 point drop to Triton, came 41-0 to Pioneer. The Cavaliers of Culver own the win over SC, and both losses came to good teams; 27-10 to unbeaten 3A Knox, and to Triton last week. North Judson and Caston sit 1-4, while West Central is winless. Sect 42: Pioneer at 5-0 has to be the heavy favorite. Carroll, Frontier and Tri County all at 4-1 with North Miami 3-2. The Panthers have yet to allow a point in their 5 wins, and that’s including wins over 3-2 2A Lewis Cass, and 3-2 LaVille. This week they host 4-1 Sect 41 Triton. Top ten 1A Ranked Carroll responded to their first loss (28-27 to 4-1 Sheridan) by knocking 2A Eastern Greentown from the unbeaten ranks by a 47-26 tally. They host Sect 44 2-3 Tri Central this week. 3 of Frontiers 4 wins have come against winless opponents, the other a 14-7 win over 2-3 Traders Point. 2-3 2A North Newton from to Chalmers this week. Likewise Tri-County owns 3 wins over winless competition, and did win 44-7 over 1-4 2A Delphi last week. They face off 3-2 Sect 44 Clinton Prairie on the road. North Miami fell 17-7 to unbeaten 2A Rochester last week, while their 2nd loss came to 4-1 2A Central Noble 26-12. At 3-2 the Warriors host 1-4 Sect 41 Caston to get back in the W column. Still have to talk about Lafayette Central Catholic, even at 2-3, because of the competition they face week in and out. They beat 3-2 Arlington 46-26 last week, and have won 2 in a row. They face 2-3 3A Twin Lakes Friday. Their 3 losses came to 5-0 6A Lafayette Jeff, 28-14 to 5-0 3A Guerin Catholic, and 21-17 to 5-0 2A Tipton. North White and South Newton round out the sectional with matching 0-5 records. Sect 43: Churubusco and South Adams both 5-0, Northfield and Southwood 4-1, and Adams Central with Eastside in the mix at 3-2 . The Eagles should roll on to 6-0 facing winless Fremont, while South Adams has it’s yearly battle with rival and co-43 Adams Central as a highlight this week. Southwood has already handled Northwood in their face to face 35-6 win. They should improve to 5-1 facing winless 2A Whitko. Meanwhile the Norsemen have a battle in hosting 5-0 2A Rochester. Eastside is coming off a 24-0 win over 3-2 3A Garrett, and should improve as they face winless 2A Prairie Heights. A look back shows that Busco has beaten Eastside 28-9 in week 4. South Adams hasn’t played a +.500 to date so this game with Adams Central will be one to watch. Southern Wells in 1-4 while Fremont in winless. Sect 44: This looks to be a battle ground between Monroe Central (5-0) and Sheridan (4-1). The Golden Bears have racked up +50 points in their last 2 games, including a 56-6 pounding of co 44 2-3 Tri-Central. I can’t imagine Monroe Central losing to 1-4 co-44 Wes-Del which will set up a monster week 7 tilt with currently 4-1 2A Eastern Hancock. The Blackhawks lost 197 opening week game with 4-1 2A Western Boone, and haven’t lost since. They tallied 63 in their destruction of co-44 3-2 Clinton Prairie in Sheridan last week, and travel to 2A 2-3 Taylor. A win there sets up another monster meeting next week as they travel to face current unbeaten 2A Tipton. The Hawks have also put the only L on Sect 42’s Carroll in week 4’s 28-27 win. I’m not sure anyone else could be in the running as the 3-2 Gophers are next best and took a beating last week. Tri-Central @ 2-3 had much the same happen last week with Monroe Central. Wes-Del & Union City are 1-4, Anderson Prep and Clinton Central are 0-5. Sect 45: Four winning teams in this section but all with very low SAG ratings and poor SOS ranking as well. Covenant Christian and Shortridge are both without a loss, but Arlington at 3-2 has the highest SAG of them all at 39.07, which is 23rd in Class A. Covenant will get their first real look as they host 2-3 3A Heritage Christian this week…altho they did beat co-45 Tindley 21-8 last week. That loss was the Tigers first of the year, and they look to rebound by hosting 4-1 Bowman Academy. Shortridge did not play last week, and sits 4-0 with 3 wins against academies, and the other a 40-8 win over winless 2A Indy Washington. They travel to another winless program but 5A Elkhart Memorial this week. Arlington’s Golden Knights have beaten 3-2 S44 Clinton Prairie (49-36) and 2-3 3A Heritage Christian (38-17) with both losses coming to good foes—4-1 4A Culver Academy, and last week 46-26 to S42 2-3 Lafayette Central Catholic. For my money—Arlington is the team to come out of 45. South Putnam sits at 1-4, Indy Deaf at 2-3, while Indy Howe has not hit the win column. In Howe’s defense—4 of the losses have come to +.500 teams, with more to come… they could be battle tested come sectional time. Secti 46: Hagerstown and Lutheran appear the two to watch from 46. I’d imagine the Saints would rank more the favorites when looking at the 2 schedules and results. The only loss comes to unbeaten 3A Ritter, 36-21 in week 2. They have wins over 3-2 4A Beech Grove, and 4-1 2A Triton Central. This week in another big one as Lutheran hosts 4-1 2A Scecina. The Tigers have won 4 straight since an opening week 22-12 loss to 3-2 2A Shenandoah. That includes a 39-6 win over 3-2 A Union City last week and a 28-0 shutout over 3-2 2A Northeastern the week before. They finish their 3 game home stand facing 3-2 co-46 Tri. It’s the Titans chance to show they belong in the mix, but consider they were beaten 26-0 in Straughn last week by that Northeastern team Hagerstown just blanked. Tri’s 3 wins come over a cumulative 2-13 opponent. South Decatur and North Decatur both at 2-3. ND has lost 3 straight—but to unbeaten Monroe Central, North Central, and 4-1 Milan. Oldenberg Academy is 1-4, Cambridge City Lincoln and Edinburgh are winless. Sect 47: The big three here are Fountain Central (5-0), with Attica and North Vermillion each at 4-1. The Mustangs took care of the Ramblers 48-22 in Veedersburgh last week, and own the only win of the year over 3A 4-1 Southmont (18-14 week 1) They should remain unbeaten as they host 2-3 co-47 Seeger. Attica will try to off-set their loss by dealing North Vermillion their 2nd loss as they face off in Cayuga in a big 1A Tilt. Attica started off 4-0 but against 4-16 opponents. The Falcons only loss thus far has come to 3-2 2A Linton 54-18, and they responded with a 53-12 win over 1-4 co47 Riverton Parke last week. They have a 42-21 win over 3-2 3A South Vermillion to their credit as well. This Rambler-Falcon meeting will help set the stage as we get closer to post season, as well as then the Mustangs host NV in week 8. Seeger 2-3 beat Covington 1-4 last week 28-15 to get some separation in the sectional, and has nothing to lose in this week’s matchup with FC. Turkey Run got their first win 35-14 in their last season of existence over the team they with consolidate with (Rockville). The Rox are winless, and Covington and Riverton Parke each are 1-4 Sect 48: My old stomping grounds! And a lot has indeed changed. Two teams that were not in this sectional last year, sit atop and both at 5-0. Eastern Greene has put up huge offensive numbers (55.8 per game), and put the only loss on 4-1 2A Mitchell in week 4 48-18. They travel to face a normal 1A power in Perry Central, but the Commodores bumped up to 2A, and seem a little down this year at 2-3. Still, with 3 of EG’s 5 wins at the hands of combined 1-12 opposition…it will be a game many look to compare. North Central opened up with a 22-18 win over 3-2 3A West Vigo, then beat back to back 0-5 teams because back to back tight wins over 2-3 S46 North Decatur 24-20 and last week’s 22-20 win over 2-3 2A North Knox. They host 2-3 3A Maconaquah, who makes a monster road trip to Farmersburg this week. West Washington, another S48 import, opened 2-0, but in their only games against +.500 teams they lost—24-16 to 4-1 2A Mitchell, and last week big 48-0 to 4-1 2A Paoli. They look to get back to winning as they host 2-3 co 48 Tecumseh. Likewise the Braves opened 2-0, but have dropped 3 straight, including last week’s 28-7 loss to 2-3 3A Perry Central. Springs Valley sits 1-4, getting win 1 last week over winless Trinity Lutheran, and North Daviess yet to get a W, and they host 3-2 2A Linton.
  21. 1 point
    Its over!!! The Warren Central Warriors defeated the Pike Red Devils 41-12. Warren Central snaps a two game losing skid and improves to 3-3, 3-2 in conference play. Congrats Warriors!!!
  22. 1 point
    Perry Meridian 24 Bloomington North 14 (5:15, 3rd) PM's Tre Breaziel goes 54 yds for a TD as PM extends their lead.
  23. 1 point
    Franklin Central 21 Southport 14 Final
  24. 1 point
    Bloomington South 14 Terre Haute South 14 (2:19, 2nd) South went for it on 4th and 1 at their 36 yd line and turned it over on downs, but were able to force a 43 yd FG attempt by THS which was no good. South with the ball.
  25. 1 point
    That loss to Crete-Monee has awakened the beast! 42 in the first quarter. Wow
  26. 1 point
    Here's the link for LCC-Twin Lakes audio: http://radio.securenetsystems.net/v5/index.cfm?stationCallSign=WMRS&retry=true
  27. 1 point
    Found this: https://scorestream.com/game/champaign-central-vs-rensselaer-central-1362313 Don't know if it's going to be a live stream or not when it hits game time or not.
  28. 1 point
    Apparently I didn't. I know full well LCC's exploits. Who doesn't? There's not an LCC fan that will let you forget. As I said earlier, Pioneer is one of the best I've seen. I've never seen LCC play football. I know LCC is good and thank you for the history lesson.
  29. 1 point
    PC police lol I wouldn't worry about it
  30. 1 point
    I believe the time Coach Dale threw down the challenge we ordered 36 against the Twin Lakes coaches! It's a light year for us. We are treating our Illinois counter parts to 1 WagonMaster each. Just 1 though. Its tradition that Coach Ellenwood, Coach Rodriguez, and Coach H could all attest too. The Rebels share their delicious sammys.
  31. 1 point
    Irish pub on Mass Ave. It's a chain but it's actually a pleasant spot. Within walking distance of Tech (about a mile) or a short Uber ride. Mass Ave will be busy that time of night and parking will be limited I'm afraid.
  32. 1 point
    I'll never forget the time we made an order for like 10 singles and 10 doubles. Before we roll out of Rensselaer, Nug comes up with the owner... "hey this is ____ he owns the Wagon Master", "I just wanted to personally thank you for talking about us on the Grid". "Not a problem. Keep putting spicy pickles and salami on a burger, and I'll keep eating and talking."
  33. 1 point
    almost game time!
  34. 1 point
    Just to be clear, the score was not on the fake punt. The fake punt gained first down yardage at the Pioneer 42, then the next play from scrimmage was the TD connection, Snyder to Shumpert. Didn't want people thinking the score was on a trick play. Score was legit against the 1st team Pioneer D, 3 minutes into the second quarter. But that was about the only thing that went right for the Trojans.
  35. 1 point
    I've had at least 4 concussions that I know of and haven't murdered anyone ... yet. Just call me "the fire extinguisher."
  36. 1 point
    Socioeconomics. Jasper, Southridge always stable, HH rise tied to a boost in the local economy. Fort Branch is now a suburb of Princeton and northern Evansville. Of my graduating class of 14 seniors, I believe 3 or 4 have returned to North Spencer. That may change, but it shouldn't be overlooked. Overall numbers in the school district at HH have declined as well. I hope the trend changes, but most of my former teammates live in places like Jasper, Evansville, Indianapolis or other larger cities. In the 1990s, Spencer County was growing, so people came back. I realize people should invest and grow locally, but that's sometimes easier said than done.
  37. 1 point
    I do its a fun hobby for me, its interesting watching different teams and coaching staffs every week. Hopefully at some point I can be an advanced scout for a team.
  38. 1 point
    I believe NR ground attack will wear down NW , the Raiders need long drives to keep the D fresh , Raiders by 14 , of course I could be wrong
  39. 1 point
    http://www.newsandtribune.com/sports/football-floyd-faces-tall-task-against-east/article_c89c08d2-9f41-11e7-9c27-3fa055e513f3.html Good preview article from our end. It's not just about beating East. Southern Indiana football needs to improve, for the sake of improvement. It's probably the worst region of the state for football. Especially the Southeastern region. I think East and Seymour are the only HHC teams to win a Regional.
  40. 1 point
    Would make life so much easier! I realize it's only +1, -1, but it would just simplify things on so many levels.
  41. 1 point
    Up North we have Pop Warner. It is a pretty good sized league, and kind of spread out. Games are played as far Northwest as Whiting, as far east as South Bend, and as far South as Rencellar. We have some very well run programs, and some junk. Not much different from any other youth league. With Pop Warner the best programs that I have seen are the ones that are not trying to win the stupid Pop Warner championships, but trying to prepare the kids for high school ball.
  42. 1 point
    The good thing is it has been warm all week. Having the week to adjust to the heat is big.
  43. 1 point
    I won't speak to who will be the next to climb over the CE HILL. I also can't tell you what programs are making the right changes. I can say that things are moving in the right direction here. It is looking like the "Center Grove" model. Speaking about the facilities and plan, not the talent of course. GO STARS! They Seymour game we didn't look like the same team as weeks prior. Hopefully was a wake up call. We need to develop the killer mentality full time , I could see the lack of it by their body language, I'm sure Coach has lined that out thid week.
  44. 1 point
    The CYO East Deanery feeds into Scecina High School. The Schools/programs are Holy Spirit, Little Flower, ND Academy, OL Lourdes and Holy Cross. There are only 2 CYO 78 Grade teams in the East Deanery this year. You must be new to the Digest as the recruiting deal has been played over and over on this forum. Scecina does offer a great education.
  45. 1 point
    I disagree that GS's run will end anytime soon. It ends when people stop putting in the effort in the feeder leagues beginning in first grade. I like to look at Mater Dei's wrestling program. It's a factory. Sure there are some years they have more talent than others. But even in their down years they are better than most in the state. It's all about teaching kids fundamentals and love for the sport at a very early age. And in each class to get players to hold each other accountable for making practice, workouts and training. Once the process is in place… It can go on and on. Curious patriot74....do you think Mater Dei's wrestling run is going to end anytime soon ?
  46. 1 point
    Probably will be official timeouts for water based on what the officials and coaches agree on prior to kickoff. Keep fluids in coaches, players and officials!!
  47. 1 point
  48. 1 point
    I am going to share this GOFUNDME: Feel inclined if you wish, but sharing the story is important as well. https://www.gofundme.com/4ghjlcg RCHS lost a sophomore student Spencer Davis, Sunday evening an a horrible accident in town. Spencer was known to be very giving of his time for others and this was the case here as well. Next is desciption from his the GOFUNDME page. He had 2 sisters who played athletics as well at RCHS, both have graduated and his Mom has been working for our Middle School for MANY years. Very Tragic and heartbreaking. Please remember to hug your loved ones. Spencer did not play Football, but was very much a part of many of our players lives. We as a community want to help this family in anyway that we can. I myself (Karli Siegrist) and Holli Shafer have put together this Gofundme for the Davis Family, below is a description of what it will be for.. On September 17th, a beloved young man of our community, Spencer Michael William Davis, was involved in an accident. He stopped to help a stranger with their van and was working underneath when something happened to the scissor jack, causing the car to fall on him. Despite the efforts of first responders and hospital staff, Spencer sadly passed away on September 19th at 5:19pm. To help the family through this trying time we would like to help raise money for the Davis family. Funds will go towards medical bills and other expenses due to not being able to work through this hard time. The Davis family has positively impacted the community and Spencer has been the epitome of generosity and compassion with a fun loving and positive attitude all the time. Any and all donations are greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  49. 1 point
    12 year olds (and teens for that matter) need NO help w/ mood disorders.
  50. 1 point
    Hug your loved ones daily!! Tragic, no words will ever be enough.
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