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  1. Any teams look good in this? Dominating good?
  2. Here is my thought on this. I wish them good luck as a team at state. The thing I don't understand is if the schools education is not to their standard then why should they be allowed to play ball there? Either way best of luck to a CIC team.
  3. CIC Sectional Week

    Mississenwa won even though other team tried to stall. Frankton did what they had too. They are ready to make a run. Elwood played a hard fought game. With not much basketball talent. Madison Grant got beat tonight but future seems to be better. Blackford lost but played well without their one trick pony. Oak hill handled business. Ready to make run also. Eastbrook plays plays tomorrow and I think should win. Alexandria struggled tonight. Worst game of the year. Going to have to train players for both sides of the ball. Not one varsity player is strong on both except Morehead. Like Madison grant Alexandria's future is in their 2020 class.
  4. CIC Sectional Week

    Good luck to all CIC teams!
  5. CIC weekly-ish thread

    Good luck to everyone in sectionals!
  6. CIC weekly-ish thread

    Yes. Hope everyone good luck! Win or lose learn from it and move on!
  7. CIC weekly-ish thread

    Would lo be to see Alexandria won but will have to put best game forward. Winner will win sectional I believe.
  8. CIC weekly-ish thread

    Alexandria handled daleville easily tonight.
  9. CIC weekly-ish thread

    Yes it was during the very fast pace 1st. It hit the net and looked like it went through. Game was better than I thought it would be. Alexandria shot and handled ball great until 4th. Frankton played well. Good luck to them in sectional and beyond. Only issue I had with Frankton was their fans. Not all but a select few like 4 where arguing with Alex student section.
  10. Camps

    Ok appreciated guys
  11. Camps

    Thank you I had heard that!
  12. Camps

    What camp out there is the most rewarding camp for a db/wr?
  13. CIC weekly-ish thread

    Frankton by 8. Frankton killed Alexandria on the important rebounds. Game was close early due to Alex shooting better than usual. Frankton controlled game from then on out. Morehead kept it close. Alex had a chance till one of their bigs on 2 straight possessions tried to press the ball and got stripped both times and that was the game.
  14. CIC weekly-ish thread

    Ok after looking at matchups and seeing where the teams are headed I see: Frankton by 18 Oak Hill by 26 Miss by 21 Frankton wins this on the boards by boxing out and rebounding with 2 hands. Alexandria will have to be on fire to keep this competitive. Oak Hill will use this game to get sharp for sectionals. Elwood hustles but won' be close unless Oak hill rest some of their players. Ole Miss I see using this to get back on track and make a statement.
  15. CIC weekly-ish thread

    I see Frankton winning this one by 14-18. Alex does not have the paint players that Frank ton does. That will be the difference in the game. If you cannot block out and rebound you cannot win against the likes of Frankton.