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Canoe Fest Charlie

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  1. EIAC (Mixed) Preseason Power Ranking

    Lawrenceburg will be better than you think. Greensburg will be young and big. Franklin County has a new offense under Coach Gillman. Batesville is a 1 man team but he's pretty good. Will this finally be South Dearborn's year to not only win 1 or 2? Connersville is still connersville. Rushville is under a new coach too but they also have some athletes to play with.
  2. Scrimmage kick formation

    NOOOOOOOO! You beat me to it. #45 stuck out like a sore thumb!
  3. Scrimmage kick formation

    Is this even an eligible formation? Can #45 be on the interior?
  4. I thought Greenwood had a ton of young guys on their semi-state team last year?
  5. Defending 4A State Champions Need New HC

    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL. Very few will get this. . . . .actually, North Decatur fans should get this as well. .... With that said, he's responsible for putting Greensburg back on the map as much as the Gburg fans hate to admit it.
  6. Defending 4A State Champions Need New HC

    If EC "stays in house," there's really only one 1 option not named Behlmer.
  7. Noblesville hires new HC

    REAAALLL classy to come on to a public forum and talk about what other EC coaches "allegedly" said in confidence. It's really hard to believe anything you're saying considering EC's athletic complex was the final straw for Governor Daniels to put the kaibosh on the out-of-control spending school districts were doing with their campuses. Not to mention, EC just decided to put in field turf this year. The Administration's actions aren't matching your description. I think the real issue here is that many high school coaches believe they can just sit around all day in a gym, do nothing, and expect to get paid like a lot of other hard working teachers in the building simply because they have 'Coach' in front of their last name. The only thing that brings FC and Stinktown fans together are fried chicken and 7979.
  8. Noblesville hires new HC

    For the record, since 2000 if you take out EC's historically bad 2013 season where a program like Rushville beat them, only 1 conference program in the EIAC has beaten EC and that was Batesville. . . . and they did it 3 times. FC and Coach Grider beat them 3 straight times in the late 90's with their 'once-in-a-lifetime class.' That does speak volumes about Batesville and Coach Heppner's program more than anything else. Even as an FC fan, we all know EC has outgrown the conference, has tried to get out of the conference, but trying to schedule games as an 'Independent' is a struggle. No matter their conference or poor records vs teams like CE or Roncalli, they still boast an impressive resume that many, many programs would take in a heartbeat.
  9. Noblesville hires new HC

    Why don't you just out yourself if you're supposedly this successful and well known?
  10. Noblesville hires new HC

    LOL. . . I was thinking the same thing, Lysander. Kirk received a raw deal at FC and we settled for our hometown boy. Sometimes life isn't fair, but in a cruel twist of fate I can't imagine that Kennedy isn't licking his chops thinking about this especially since the FC fan base and their kids are patting themselves on the back for hiring the "bro coach", Coach Gilly.
  11. Spring Football

    I'm a firm believer in 'the point of diminishing returns.' I think basketball oversteps their bounds by a mile. I'll just never understand why coaches make their kids play so much basketball over the summer. It's insane to me.
  12. http://eaglecountryonline.com/local-article/fake-grass-news-school-board-approves-artificial-turf-at-east-central-hs/ (St. Leon, Ind.) – When the East Central High School football team begins its defense of the 4A state championship next August, it will be on home artificial turf. The Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools Board of Trustees voted Thursday evening to approve spending $903,000 from the school corporation’s savings to pay for the new turf at Trojan Field. “It makes it nicer, but we can also increase and expand the usage of the field,” said Superintendent Andrew Jackson. The Motz Group of Cincinnati is the contractor for the project. In addition to a number of fields across the tri-state, the company also installed turf at Lawrenceburg High School’s football stadium in 2015. Jackson said the addition of artificial turf should allow the field to be used well over 100 times a year – as opposed to just 38 times last school year – by the football team, band, spring sports teams, physical education classes, youth teams and community functions. Having a turf field will also allow East Central High School to host IHSAA State Soccer Tournament events. The artificial turf field should be ready in time for next football season. Dirt removed from the current football field will be used to create a new natural grass soccer field. Jackson said the life of such fields is about 12 years before it will need to be replaced. The replacement cost was quoted at about $420,000. The superintendent felt maintenance savings and advertising revenue will allow for between $45,000 and $55,000 each year to be saved in a dedicated account toward that replacement cost. Chris Larbes, field consultant with The Motz Group, explained that the turf field is designed to see daily use. He said school district’s decision to add a pad beneath the field will improve its safety rating, meaning the surface will better absorb hits and reduce the likelihood of concussions. He acknowledged that artificial turf fields can get hotter than grass. Although the grass won’t need to be mowed, some regular maintenance on the field will still need to be performed, explained Larbes. Maintenance equipment is included in the contract. School board member Dawn Burke expressed opposition to spending on the artificial turf. She wondered if athletes want to play on it or if the money might be better spent elsewhere. East Central head football coach Justin Roden said the football program is 100 percent on board at all levels. The coach said that during East Central’s postseason run to a 4A state championship last year, he sold the players on playing in the mud because he had to. “The message changes depending on the environment,” Roden said. ‘The kids are on board with how we play, not what we’re playing on.” Board member John Maxwell was the member who got the artificial turf discussion going when he brought it up during a board meeting in November 2016. Maxwell said he asked his grandson, an EC football player, who said he preferred playing on grass because that’s what he grew up playing on. Maxwell said he believed current players may favor the natural grass because that’s what they grew up playing on. “But the mud was sold as an advantage because that’s what we were stuck with,” Maxwell added. Later in the meeting, the school board voted to transfer about $700,000 to the Rainy Day Fund to restore its balance to about $4.47 million.
  13. King of Pancakes - Watch #57

    To be fair to the Martin brothers, pretty much everyone at Chatard stepped on your face going back to the huddle.
  14. Evans Brothers Leave Central

    They're just now starting to do them????