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  1. What two schools are these? Are they in Greene County or another county?
  2. Any news out of Linton?

    Dyer and Goodman both got reps. Dyer got a few more. Goodman scored on a nice 10-yard run to the left corner of the end zone and hit Lannan over the middle with a little shorty for a 50-Yd TD. Course Lannan did most of the work.
  3. Wood Memorial

    And as you probably well know, being from Evansville there are a lot of smaller schools - particularly and especially in Southern Indiana - that have zero interest in ever starting a football program. I'll give you South Knox as an example. South Knox is a 2A school (in basketball) similar in enrollment to Linton, Eastern Greene and North Knox. Yet I've never heard any talk of any interest on South Knox's part in starting up a football program. I know you'd like to see as many HS kids as possible have the chance to play football. But sometimes the school doesn't want it/can't support it. Or both. I doubt if Loogootee or Barr-Reeve would ever have football even if those schools had the enrollment for it.
  4. Smack Talk

    I can. Quake was way better!
  5. If it's who I'm thinking of, they've been around for awhile. The Indianapolis Southside Homeschool Crimson Knights. I know Eastern Greene used to play them 7-8 years ago. North Knox played them a couple years ago. And I know the "New Dugger" played them a couple times. They have a website Crimson Knights Football
  6. Wood Memorial

    It isn't a school at all. There's a guy who played football for Dugger about 40 years ago who a few years ago started a makeshift youth league playing out of a field in Cass, a ghost town near Dugger. I think he lives in Jasonville now (not sure about that) but the guy told me the Jasonville community team has grown out of that. I interviewed him about a year-and-a-half ago. He had big ideas about putting up lights and bleachers at Hanna Field in Jasonville (site of the first Indiana High School night football game in 1929? I think) and buying all new equipment. Of course all that takes money. And he ain't got it. And then there's insurance.... As far as more HS students getting the opportunity to play football, any kid from Jasonville, Linton, Sullivan, Switz City, Faarmersburg, Sandborn or any of the surrounding communities has been free to go play football at Dugger if they so choose. I don't know if that has now changed now that Dugger has recently applied for IHSAA membership.
  7. Wood Memorial

    That's what the schedule on Harrell's website says. I was up at Shakamak/Jasonville earlier today (other related duties). The cross country coaches and most of the parents I talked to weren't even aware there was a football team. One parent whose son played last year said John Cox is still trying to round up enough players. She said right now they have seven. I get your point though about NC scheduling JC That's what I was thinking...
  8. Wood Memorial

    It is NOT Shakamak. Although it is "Jasonville," the town where Shakamak is located. No affiliation with the school whatsoever. Strictly a community/club/rec team. Whatever you want to call it. Shakamak has no intention of ever starting a football program. This is straight from the administration (the AD and the recently-retired Supt).
  9. Wood Memorial

    Hell, I didn't think it even got off the ground last year. Shakamak High School administration (AD, Supt) made it a point (to me) to emphasize "Laker Football" is in NO WAY affiliated with the school. And now I notice Rock Creek, North Central and Crawford have scheduled them! (That I know of) God forbid I have to start covering their games Ironic thing is, they had scheduled Wood last September as part of the town of Jasonville's Homecoming festivities. Wood dropped them when they found out it wasn't a "real" high school team.
  10. Vincennes Lincoln

    And where did I ever say he moved for "basketball reasons?" I only said he moved. Kinda like Roy did. Y'all were lookin' to name "move-ins" and I noticed no one had mentioned Miller.
  11. Any news out of Linton?

    There had better be! Them ribeye sammiches are my Friday night dinner!! FWIW, they had ribeyes at every home game last year.
  12. Any news out of Linton?

    Tough to say. Southmont scored pretty quickly and easily on Linton a few times. As did Linton against Southmont. It's hard to evaluate Linton in "non-contact, controlled" scrimmages and 7-on-7s because there's no hitting. And hitting - the toughness, the physicality - is where Linton often separates itself from its opponents.
  13. At Sullivan soccer hasn't seemed to adversely impact football. But it has cannibalized the cross country program.
  14. Vincennes Lincoln

    Javan Miller from Argos a couple years ago...