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Lysander

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  1. I heard pregame meals added baked beans. Just a rumor. The Moms are pretty tight-lipped about this stuff.
  2. Circle City Conference

    For the record, for all you "long-tooths" out there you didn't see nuthin' until you saw me at the 1977 Banquet Junior Year with the two tone high heeled shoes, the shark tooth necklace, the black pants with red pinstripes (let's not forget the 6" raised waistband) and the big red zippered pockets....The Moms all swooned* after seeing the polyester shirt buttoned half way down my chest....as I strolled around at the athletic banquet. Stylin'....we had it DOWN in the '70s. Kids have no idea today of style. *I am using "polite" language....those Moms were only human.....
  3. Circle City Conference

    Okay...hanging it out here (short hang, btw)....though I know nuthin'. Chatard wins the CCC in football. Basketball....well...."club sport".
  4. Circle City Conference

    Yep....the fact I know that makes me a bit on the "long-toothed" side.....kind of like a couple other people I am acquainted with around here.
  5. Conference Indiana 2018

    I admit to not knowing just what Brebeuf and Guerin look like. Brebeuf had some way to go early in the year last year v. Chatard but were able to come out of the North in 3A. I have seen someone here predicting Guerin to be at LOS at year end in 3A...no idea....but my opinion is that they have a bit of a way to go to to live up to that. Roncalli, up or down (my guess is "up") will always play tough. Pretty much the same for Chatard...(who effectively played a MIC schedule last year when looking at out of state games) who almost beat Lawrence Central (a team I personally think was 2nd only to Ben Davis)...yet Chatard got destroyed by Danville. I honestly think all these games will be well worth watching.
  6. Conference Indiana 2018

    Just to stir it up....and get past discussions of public spending, does the CCC or Conference Indiana win more games in contra-league play? How does it break down?
  7. Circle City Conference

    Yeah....you know I don't know nuthin' about nuthin'. Ignorance is my wheelhouse.
  8. Circle City Conference

    What do we LAX Godfathers know about anything? We barely know about LAX. Should have got the Rebels 2 years ago, btw....and put a loss on that undefeated season. Even so, love the Rebels...though I am a little shaky as to loyalties when they play East Central.
  9. Conference Indiana 2018

    Seriously looking forward to the Chatard games this season at Southport (6A) and Bloomington South (5A). I really love the idea behind these extra-league games between the Circle City Conference and Conference Indiana. Truly can't wait for these games.
  10. Who wins this year? Time for Chatard to end this 2 year Roncalli aberration. Honestly, just trying to get some of you guys fired up. Despite the success of the conference in playoffs these last few years, there aren't a ton of people here talking about it. That said, Chatard is scrimmaging Westfield next week. HSE is their scrimmage before the first game of the season (a breakaway from their usual Perry Meridian scrimmage). I am not one that cares much (or weighs them much) but Chatard had their way with HSE last year in Freshman football....and I heard they won JV as well against HSE. Gotta admit, there are a LOT of schools I am not the biggest fan of but HSE probably follows closely behind Cathedral. Have I stirred the pot enough?
  11. I was at Enlow in '08. Love the facility......hated the outcome. Maybe the coldest game I ever sat (stood) through. As regards 4A, didn't Central lose their primary tailback and his brother? I watched the Central v. East Central (who have a lot returning) game last year and it just seemed like EC controlled the 2nd half. Right now, to me, Memorial has to be looked upon as the favorite in 3A. Frankly, I would argue that the 3A State Championship last year was likely determined in the Sectional 32 Championship game.
  12. Unless the overall current quality of 3A drops off versus the last couple of years, a move up to 4A would be a welcome respite for most upper end 3A teams.
  13. School Fight Songs

    Can't speak to school songs...not sure we had one. But I DO remember school mascots. Our High School team was the Greyhounds (not Carmel...God...NO!) We were poor kids whose moms and dads farmed, worked in factories and drove semi-trucks. JV was Jr. Greyhounds. Freshmen were Pups. In Jr. High we had these tattered 20-30 year-old, yellowed, sweat-stained jerseys (this was in hoops, btw....not football) with some sort of imprint that was 50% flecked off on the front. I remember our 8th grade year I could make out some kind of green curled up fetus-like outline...kind of...in a sweat stained yellowish background (smelly too...but that's not a color). It was years later that I found out that we were the "Ticks" (7th Grade) and "Fleas" (8th Grade)......ONLY in Brookville, Indiana (now Franklin County). City Father there types there ran out of ideas and mental fortitude once they struggled to make it across the Ohio State line....God forbid they would cross the Mississippi and settle the West...or be able to play football for Kirk Kennedy. For the record....the Mississippi was just too much of a challenge for me too. Being honest to my "raisin'"... apparently. Still..."Ticks" and "Fleas"?!?!?
  14. Sorry....after watching a TON of the World Cup....I think this is funny as heck.
  15. It's June 22

    It was a sad day...