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  1. Tough second quarter. Couple turnovers that Memorial capitalized on. They had great field position the entire quarter. Pretty much was the difference in the game. Was 16 to 7 at half. 26 to 17 final.
  2. coin flip game to me. I think one of the teams may get to 40. Just not sure which one.
  3. Flag differential is getting ridiculous, half way through 4th
  4. It will be interesting to see the yellow flag count after this game. I’d guess GS is at 12 or so already. Half way through 3rd
  5. And Sunshine makes an appearance.............. if only Buttkiss would
  6. I’ll agree with you. My initial comment was a knee jerk reaction. GS does start 22 kids traditionally. If the starters play all 4 quarters your looking at mid to upper 60’s in snap counts on offense. Sometimes 75+. Would be difficult to ad another 50 snaps on D for a player. Also, of course, there are packages and times when players see action both ways. It’s more of a system based need than anything. In 2014 HH beat us twice, I’m thinking they played 6 kids both ways the whole game. It was impressive.
  7. Agreed, should be packed house next Friday. I’m leaning towards points coming in bunches. Two conferences champions duke it out for bragging rights. Interesting and fun. IB
  8. From what I saw Pike Central is heading in the right direction. Limiting opponents possession time, body language looked better too.
  9. 3 and 1 with one OT win. Agree with you on talent comment. 6 and 1 in SIAC is not accomplished without studs. But,again, both will need to advance to even have a chance to see each other.
  10. No excuses needed. I lived in huntingburg before moving here. There is a ton of community pride there. Southridge will be ready come Friday night. I believe we will as well.
  11. Kinda agree. Very disappointing loss for the Raiders at our place last year. Emotions will run high Friday night.