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  1. Avon/Ben Davis is now an annual thing. That’s enough MIC for the O’s!
  2. Brownsburg’s QB Hunter Johnson, Mr. Football in 2016, has announced he is leaving Clemson and will enroll at Northwestern per Indy Star. He saw limited minutes as a freshman last season. He will be eligible for the 2019 season.
  3. Proofreading is your friend. And, I think you mean the HCC. I assure you the HCC has no interest in playing a MIC team right before sectionals, when some of them will play MIC teams in sectionals anyway. That is why the matchups between the 2 conferences are generally early in the season.
  4. 6A Football

    There is no immediate future for the HCC to take over as the best football conference in Indiana. However, I would challenge your statement that the MIC dominates in soccer. The HCC has done very well. Also, Avon is currently ranked #1 in boys track and field. And in another post, it was conveniently forgotten that Fishers won the big school football state championship a few years ago.
  5. Don't shoot the messenger. I'm thinking Eric Moore hasn't changed since the day he became a football coach. But parents and their kids have....... https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/high-school/2018/04/25/center-grove-football-coach-under-investigation-following-allegations-verbal-abuse-district-says/551807002/
  6. Best Chances for 2018 Title

    Yep. That Sectional 7-8 regional could very well go through Avon again.
  7. 6A Football

    No inside info. But, I think program wise Westfield will continue to improve and Fishers will be a factor. Brownsburg loses some key players, but Hart will build on what he has. HSE? They need to rebound and go back to what made them sucessful.
  8. 6A Football

    We'll see what Avon can put around Sampson James. He just committed to OSU. QB will be the key. I do expect them to be in the top 3 of the HCC.
  9. http://indianahsfootball.homestead.com/files/logs22.htm As of the last update, John Harrell's site lists only Brown County HS with a week 5 opening.
  10. Chatard, Carmel, Purdue, Army then Ben Davis.
  11. question to the admins. If I put this guy on ignore, does that mean his entire threads will not be seen by me?
  12. Ohio 11.6 mil Indiana 6.6 mil I get your point but not even common core can get this to 20%.
  13. Markese Stepp

    If Purdue is able to keep their coach, they should be able to go bowling every year. IU could be the better of the two every year and miss out, simply because of the divisions and the hurdles Indiana must leap that Purdue doesn't have.
  14. Penn v Ben Davis 6A Title Game

    I hope this is a great game. My heart wants it to be, but my head says BD is one of the best teams in Indiana High School history. I'd compare them to the 2006 Warren team. You would need ball control with balance........ Avon's only success was sweeping the right side with a premier back in Sampson James. I don't think Penn has a running back that quick. Keep the ball away from the BD offense, because they could literally score on every possession. Taylor can throw a bullet to a covered receiver 30 yards downfield while on the run. He also sees weaknesses in defensive sets and can improvise and keep it for easy yardage. I wish Penn the best of luck, because you'll need it!
  15. The Dream is Alive!

    Well, if you call a 37-21 loss to Memorial domination, then OK.