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  1. Keith Fiedler passes

    Hated to hear about Coach Fiedler's death. I always respected his teams
  2. Is your school's fight song original or based upon some college's fight song? BD's Fight Song, for example, takes its tune from the Maine Stein Song.
  3. MIC vs HCC

    Ben Davis and Brownsburg never got done a few years ago. BD wanted it...ended up with Tech. Tech drops off after this year, and I don't know if either side is interested in reupping or not, so there will potentially be an opening Week 1 at BD next year. Furthermore, I think some of the issue with WC's schedule have to do with when the opening on the schedule is.
  4. Nope. This was a WC/CG decision. It's my understanding that this is a long term contract. It's also my understanding that Ben Davis also tried to schedule another local school that also wears purple and white a few years back but was unable to do so.
  5. 6A Football

    Doesn't just happen at "smaller" schools. Look at BD after the Championship in '14.
  6. 6A Football

    Coach Hart has won everywhere he's been, and he's already won at Brownsburg...just not yet made it past the teams in his Sectional.
  7. 6A Football

    Agree with this to a degree. I think some HCC teams can compete with the best MIC teams. Keep waiting for John Hart's influence to show at Bburg.
  8. https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/high-school/2018/01/19/mike-kirschner-hired-lead-mt-vernon-football-program/1047288001/ Kyle Neddenriep's piece on this. Google works.
  9. And...we're off the rails!
  10. A couple of things... Carmel is the big dog in Noblesville's Sectional along with emerging programs at Lafayette Jeff and the excellent Westfield (a conference rival too) program. Unless Noblesville improves signficantly, that's a tough Sectional to get out of any way you slice it. It's going to take building a program there incrementally. It's not coming back all at once. I would say at this point a 3 or 4 win season is a step up against HCC competition. A sectional win is a big goal, and it certainly can be reached. Of course, the sectionals will be reshuffled as well eventually, and who knows...they might throw BD in that Sectional or something next time (sarcasm intended). The Millers' fate is like that of LN in its sectional. The Wildcats can be pretty good, but with LC, Warren, and BD in there. My point is that saying Noblesville will be at Lucas Oil in two years...while possible...is just not likely. Winning sectional games should be the first step. That said, everything can change with a few players here or a few players there. As far as East Central goes, that program's history goes back a long way. I'd say that it would be a great destination for a number of coaches. It's set up to win being the 4A dog in a sea of smaller schools. The real success of that program is measured in postseason hardware. Coach Roden did his job and will be a tough act to follow there.
  11. I should have congratulated Coach Roden. Great hire by Noblesville.
  12. Doubtful given your history here, but I digress.