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  1. HNAC Week 1

    Of course I believe that Coach Berry only wants improvement and consistency in his team. Every coach strives for that and would never place a high priority on records and personal achievements. My serious question though is this: What could Coach Berry possibly do to keep his team from scoring 60-70 points a night? Pioneer is blessed with 5 guys who would be the featured backs on most of the teams they will play this year. It doesn't matter who they give the ball to, those guys are going to rack up yards. Short of going to the JV prior to the 4th quarter - which we all know can't happen - how could Pioneer NOT accumulate huge numbers? No one would ever expect their guys to go less than 100%. So really, how will this team not score 9-10 TDs per game against the competition they are playing?
  2. HNAC Week 1

    Caston at West Central - I know nothing about West Central this year. But I can't imagine they don't have enough fire power to beat a skinny Caston team playing many underclassmen. This one goes to the Trojans pretty easily. West Central 28-6 Culver at North Judson - I don't know how Culver does it, but it seems they always reload and have a pretty decent team regardless of their losses from the previous year. I think they'll be competitive this year, but the Jays return a lot and I think they'll run through the Cavs for a fairly comfortable win. North Judson 34-13 Knox at Winamac - Winamac just won't have the beef to stop the bulldozer running the ball from Knox. And with 70 guys on last year's roster, surely the Redskins had some kids ready to step up and contribute in key positions this year. Knox may see a bit of a drop-off from last year early in the season, but they'll round into shape as the year progresses. They won't have any problem with Winamac. Knox 35-7 LaVille at Culver Academy - I'm going to give LaVille a little better chance in this match-up than some might think. If they have their offense going as some have suggested, they'll give the Eagles a run for their money! In the end though, the speed of CMA will probably win the day. A great experience for the Lancers though! Way to schedule up! Culver Academy 21-14 Pioneer at Cass - I think Coach Berry is a great coach and a great guy! And I don't for a minute think that he'll be out to humiliate anyone. But Pioneer has a chance to do some pretty special things this year, and I see the Panthers gunning for some state level offensive records. My hunch is that the foot won't come off the gas at least until the 4th quarter which will be plenty of minutes to rack up some huge offensive numbers! Look for the Panthers to throw much more than the previous few seasons, which will just open up the run game all the more. Kiser will rack up 4,000 all-purpose yards in 2018 on the way to a Panther 1A title. Pioneer will send a resounding message in week one. Pioneer 56-0 Triton at South Central - South Central came out of the gate strong last year but faltered a little down the stretch, ultimately losing to Winamac in the sectional. I have no idea what they return from last year's squad, so I really don't know what to expect from the Satellites. However, I do know that Triton returns 8 from last year's offense and would start 11 seniors on that unit if not for a pre-season injury. I think game experience will win the day, even if the Trojans are not quite as sharp as they should be. Triton 33-20
  3. HNAC Week 1

    Even if we beat South Central by 50, the answer is an absolute "NO"!
  4. Pioneer Opponent Week 1

    Pioneer is playing Lewis Cass in week one. It's been their scheduled first week opponent for several years.
  5. http://rrsn.com/indiana-football-coaches-association-pre-season-coaches-poll/
  6. Triton was bad. Couldn't move the ball consistently and couldn't stop a mediocre team's rushing game. It'll be another 2-3 win season if we don't improve a lot.
  7. Awesome stuff from Coach!
  8. Looks like that would be Wheeler for Triton in week 3. I'd take that. 60 mile drive per Google Maps. JV game with Caston on Saturday. Works for me.
  9. I said several weeks ago on this thread that they should play a JV schedule. At that time it might have given teams a chance to schedule another game. At this point, no one is going to get another varsity game. So why not figure out a way that their players and ours can get in some actual game experience. Whatever it takes! Our fans will still come to see our kids play. Doesn't matter which team they're playing for. Instead of bashing Caston for a situation they cannot control, why don't we work together to find a way to provide a positive experience for all involved?
  10. If Caston is going to have to forfeit games because they don't have enough to play, is there any legal reason that opponents could not "loan" them a handful of players to use on a Friday night so both teams could get in a little scrimmage at least? I know other teams don't know their playbook, etc, but heck, draw out the play on the ground in the huddle! On defense you put guys in a location and tell them to tackle someone! It's a forfeit anyway. But at least the Caston guys could get some playing time. If the program is going to survive, they are going to have to get these guys on the field in game situations or they'll all give it up.
  11. The O line will have 4 or 5 seniors and average around 265. The tackles will both be 3 year starters. Same guys will be rotating on the D line, plus a sophomore who played a little last year as a frosh.
  12. Triton in the top 15... who would of thought that could happen a year ago!!? Prior to the 2017 season, Triton had won only 13 games this entire decade! But the Trojans do return a pre-season all-state QB and WR combination from a team that averaged 30 ppg last year. Hopes are high in Bourbon. With 3 of the first 6 games being against LaVille, Bremen and Pioneer, it won't take long to figure out what kind of team we have.
  13. From what I'm hearing, Triton will probably end up in the mid 40s with about 10-12 in each class.
  14. NLC - 2018

    I didn't have my fashion police badge with me, so I can't tell you what he was wearing! That's not what I was paying attention to.
  15. NLC - 2018

    I was at the Warsaw scrimmage last Saturday and enjoyed watching Coach Curtis. One thing for sure... his team will be disciplined! He's old school and not afraid to tell his players what his expectations are! That may turn some off, but from what I saw the parents watching were pleased with what they saw. The offensive mechanics weren't quite there yet, but the effort will be there! No question about that!