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  1. SAC week 9

    I was being realistic. 20-6, Concordia.
  2. Sectional 19 - 4A North

    Looks like I was spot on about Leo, just as in the SAC Week-9 thread where I predicted a win by Concordia over Garrett. Leo was a little above average.
  3. SAC week 9

    If I honestly answered this I'd get hammered by the snider guys here on this thread. Haven't been alive long enough to comment
  4. SAC week 9

    Remember what BTF said after Snider/Homestead game: "However, if you knew ANYTHING about the men who run that program over there, their mission and what they stand for, it would be very hard for you to NOT root for them. But you don't know anything about what they do over there in St. Joe Township..." I see trouble brewing in SAINT JOE Township!
  5. SAC week 9

    Sorry, a little confusing on my part. Garrett has 2-losses to 1A teams. Understand that these are highly ranked 1A teams but none the less they lost. Point being, Concordia doing as well as they have in the SAC and shutting out two teams will, IMO, be enough to stop Garrett regardless of having a young Frosh QB.
  6. SAC week 9

    Take a look at their two losses to 1A teams and the rest of their schedule this year. Going 5-4 in the SAC, even with a Frosh QB, will be enough to move on in the 1st Round, IMO.
  7. 3rd Straight Year for ACAC

    Gotta give a shout out to AC! Glad to see them win and take home the Title!
  8. SAC week 9

    Garrett will not beat Concordiia! Everything else looks good.
  9. Hanson Aggregates bought the 15-Acre site where the School building and grounds reside. That property is where the parking lots exist. Their plan is to demolish the school. So are you telling me that Hanson is purchasing the property where the current parking lots are and is just going to let them be used for the old Elmhurst athletic fields? Well I know that at least one part of your information is FLAWED. Turnstone Center View full image The Indiana Tech Track and Field programs utilitize Turnstone Center for a portion of their practices. On December 10, 2016, the Turnstone Center will host the first-ever track meet in the history of Indiana Tech.
  10. My mistake, as you stated Hanson owns the H.S. building and grounds. There goes your parking for the Football field unless you enjoy parking in a Limestone quarry?
  11. NLC 2017

    Sectional 20 has much more to offer than just Leo and N. Haven. IMO the winner will be either Dwenger(1st choice) or FW Wayne(2nd choice). Dwenger certainly knows how to turn it up a notch in the post season.
  12. I understand it's a DIFFERENT School District and I know plenty about EACS and Harding, thanks to Dr. Brown. I also know that ELMHURST WAS part of FWCS but was sold to Hanson Aggregates in early August so IT IS NO LONGER a viable option. HOWEVER, Harding is still owned by the EACS district and I would expect could be sold to FWCS. FW Snider to Elmhurst = 12mi./30-min. FW Snider to Harding = 6.8mi./15-min.
  13. The old Harding H.S. Field would be much closer to Snider "school district boundaries" than would be Elmhurst. Maybe Harding is still being used for Middle school? Good idea either way.
  14. I always enjoy these comparisons. It's similar to the people who say things like: "He plays at 110%" A human is not able to exert more that 100% of a particular muscle. With that being said, his physical & mental ability is superior to most of the other athletes which is easy to see on the field. He's an extraordinary athlete who is 6'2", 205lbs. And as you mentioned, Pioneer should be the favorite to win the 1A State Championship.
  15. One question on the attachment: 1. What the heck happened to the poor dog’s eyes? It looks like sphincters replaced the eyes?