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  1. 2018 MSC-PLAC

    Here's a nice aerial view of the progress on the BC field. Photo cred to Drew Markel.
  2. 2018 MSC-PLAC

    Good article in the Seymour paper about Brownstown Central at Hanover camp. Sounds like we got some great looks from some great teams. Also a bit in there about the progress of the turf field. http://www.tribtown.com/2018/06/30/brownstown_central_football_team_spends_week_at_hanover_college/
  3. 2018 MSC-PLAC

    I took a pic of the Btown field a few weeks ago, but they've done a lot since then. I drove by Monday night and it looks like most of the base gravel is down and packed in, so I would think they should be ready in plenty of time for the season.
  4. So apparently the Floyd Central kids will just do their own thing for the summer and the new coach will show up for the first game? Can't believe there's no news on this yet.
  5. Brownstown Central sent two for pole vault, both of which were running backs. Junior Caleb Bollinger tied for 22nd at 12'6" and Senior Colton Ritz placed 6th at 14'9", which was just short of his PR of 15'0". Ritz will continue his pole vaulting career at Indiana Wesleyan University.
  6. Is this the "city speed" thing that I have heard about??
  7. 6A does not have sectionals with extra games, in 6A every team has a bye the first week of sectional and then the 32 teams play the next week. If a school drops from 6A to 5A it is still somewhat based on enrollment because they would have been at the bottom of 6A before a 5A team bumped up due to success factor. http://www.ihsaa.org/Portals/0/ihsaa/documents/quick resources/Enrollments & Classifications/Football Alignment 2017-19.pdf
  8. How will that work? Will 6A have more than 32 teams? Will they no longer take any schools that bump up from 5A, then start at the largest enrollment and work their way down until they get 32 teams?
  9. Even if Glesing is that guy it's not going to happen over night. It will likely take him several years working from the younger kids up to instill discipline. Hopefully the community and administration are patient with him.
  10. I would bet on BNL to beat Jeff.
  11. Why would a guy from East suggest this?
  12. 2018 MSC-PLAC

    I am much less tied in to what is going on at Brownstown since my son will be graduating next month, but I did see that they bulldozed the sod off of the field yesterday in preparation for the turf.
  13. Congrats to Lendon Underwood from Brownstown!
  14. That is the question, how many total compared to previous years, or compared to average over a time period. Perhaps the talent at the HS level in Indiana is above average, so kids are getting better offers than bottom dwelling B1G teams?