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  1. SAC 2018

    Well, here is your opportunity, to do exactly, just this sort of thing. The Snider Athletic Director is Mr. Steve Ziembo, and you can email him at: Steven.Ziembo@fwcs.k12.in.us
  2. SAC 2018

    Go back to page one at the start of this thread, scroll down, and you should find the exchange.
  3. SAC 2018

    You're not the first Snider fan to suggest a change which would allow the 'Panthers' to schedule at least one regular-season contest away from the SAC. One of those former fans/alums suggested he should be voted in as the SAC Football Commissioner because he has the wherewithal to manage a format change, which would allow such an exercise to become fruitful. I replied, his idea of becoming the football commissioner, would mean first, he would have to be the Athletic Director for one of the ten Conference schools. And not already being in the education system, the A.D. job, more than likely would be in doubt.
  4. SAC 2018

    Maybe you should have sought an overhanging shelter for a few minutes, and waited it out because the rain did stop. The storage shed overhead door was open. Yes, my clothing was wet, but by the time the scrimmage was finished, I was partly dry; and unlike the wicked witch of the west who melted when she was dampened, I didn't. As I understand it, the skin is waterproof.
  5. SAC 2018

    If you want to know and want to understand an answer to your own question, then I would be suggesting, that if you're able, go to the practice site, and view the proceedings.
  6. SAC 2018

    Yesterday; by that I mean Friday, July 20, 2018, North Eastern Indiana High School Football School Teams, at 11:00 AM, were invited to Media Day Luncheon, in the Expo. Center, Of The Allen County War Memorial Coliseum in Fort Wayne. This invitation was extended to 41 different high schools. Each school team in attendance usually had a couple or three of their coaches, and their Seniors, Team Captains, if they were had already been chosen. Each newspaper, radio broadcast, TV telecast, and online podcast services media outlets, had their reporters, who took the time to interview the head coaches in attendance, and a couple of the team players from each school of their coverage area. Those Interview can be located; I.E., Television: https://www.wane.com/sports/high-school http://www.wfft.com/sports/ http://www.wpta21.com/category/313830/wpta-21-sports http://www.fortwaynesnbc.com/sports Radio podcast https://audioboom.com/channel/sports-rush-with-brett-rump Newspapers: http://www.journalgazette.net/sports/high-schools/ http://www.news-sentinel.com/sports/
  7. SAC 2018

    You're absolutely correct. All of the Summit Athletic Conference 'Friday Night Lights' games are provided online by summitcitysports.com. The only part of your exclamation you left out is this. These games are podcast Video 'LIVE' Stream, at wherever a stadium has Wi-Fi accessibility, and in 720P resolution. Summit City Sports simulcast on YouTube, Twitter, and FACEBOOK all at the same time. I've been hinted too, that in the absence of where a Wi-Fi connection is available, Jeff Mahoney, the President of the group, was hoping to have some new upload equipment to access the Internet using a cellphone, with better quality then what is used for FaceTime or Skype. If this should happen this year we'll all be surprised, because funding is always the issue.
  8. SAC 2018

    Do you already hold an athletic director's position at one of the ten SAC schools? If not, I would want to believe, that while your plan has merit for consideration, and could be worked through for meeting most of everyone's expectations. And without you holding an A.D. position, it would be difficult for you to have a hearing about your idea, within a conference discussion, and for you to become the SAC Football Commissioner.
  9. SAC 2018

    I'm surmising you were not around the SAC, before Carroll, and Homestead were admitted as conference teams in Varsity Football, and Varsity Basketball. But I could be incorrect. Just for the conversation; when Paul Harding High School (East Allen County School Corporation) closed, then the ten SAC schools had become nine, and when Elmhurst High School (Fort Wayne Community Schools Corporation) Closed up as well, the SAC schools were at just eight members. At that time, and even just after Harding had closed, most of the other nine schools, found an opponent to fill for the season contest open slot, outside of the local vicinity. Then after Elmhurst had closed, each of the conference schools did their best to find another outside of the area school to have a regular nine season's contests. Eight school conference teams do it this way all of the time, if they are wanting to play in nine regular season contests. Snider used to schedule Indy. and Elkhart teams. Dwenger used to schedule, when they were available, Indy. Cathedral, or Indy. Chatard. Though they were difficult to schedule because their own constant conference re-alignment, Dwenger even had a home and home series with Cincinnati La Salle. There was a point in the history of the SAC, there were a couple of years, when the conference was in two divisions, but perennial rivalry games were the same for each season, and the others were rotated. That system did allow for one outside opponent each season. Before the SAC actually had a specific title, all contest between city teams were billed as City Series Contests. Does this help, or no?
  10. Former Bellmont (Decatur, IN.) High School line backer/fullback Caleb Hankensen, had been a frosh. linebacker for the 2017-2018 NAIA University Of Saint Francis (Fort Wayne) National Championship Team. When checking the roster for the 2018-2019 upcoming season, and the annual USF Black and Blue Spring scrimmage game and as a sophomore, Caleb's name or number is nowhere to be found. Does anyone have a clue as to where he may have landed, or has he just dropped out of college athletics altogether?
  11. I rest my case. Your 'thing' is doing exactly what I had suggested. You'll receive some maturity thinking about life in general, and then a full understanding once you reach adulthood!
  12. What I said before, you already had the answer to your query, before you had asked the word translation Need I re-state my position a second time, or is it that you should invest in a course in remedial reading? I'm surmising your claim to fame is nitpicking!
  13. In your case, because you're requesting answers to questions you already know the what it meaning is: 'Leave them alone, and they shall come home, wagging their tails behind them'.
  14. Maybe you'll succeed, (though doubtful) where I haven't. I made an attempt to place some perspective on this topic of discussion, and all I received for my effort was more vitriol ranker. I'd even posted the Principal's letter to the Fort Wayne news papers; and, after some commenters had supposedly read it through, then their responsive input was less then reflective of what was stated therein. As one commenter earlier had stated, this thread had become more of 'Catholic' bashing, rather common sense dialogue. That being stated, I'm sure additional postings to this thread, which have yet to be written, will be more of the same. One last thought, and I'm almost sure, there'll be readers, who do not want to understand, this described historical incident was handled, immediately after the fact; and as it seems, to everyone involved satisfaction. To propose or suggest additional action be taken now, over three and half years later, I would believe, would seem to some, as a sort of double jeopardy.
  15. And just exactly what did the 'SAINTS' do as a punishment in this incident? Do you actually know? If you do know how it was handled, please state those circumstances, as you understand them, and then you can also reflect on your opinion about the two issues, and how the penalties have differed.