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  1. This is pretty much why I didn't attend the state finals this year. I was able to watch all 6 games on my computer with 11 year old son in the convenience of our own home. I live less than 45 minutes from LOS but didn't want the hassle of driving down, paying for parking, a couple tickets and concessions. My son and I had zero rooting interest in any of the 6 games but we watched at least parts of all of them but especially watched all 3 small school games while still being able to help with decorating the Christmas tree and the house. It'd be interesting to add in the TV and online viewerships to the totals if we had those.
  2. SemiState Scores

    Pioneer 7 Monroe Central 0 11:25 2nd
  3. If you have OL with good technique, they'll be fine! For their size, I wasn't that impressed with their aggressiveness on defense. And I think at least one of those two will have some difficulty with faster d-linemen. In our game against them, one of them for sure needed to be subbed out quite a bit due to getting worn out pretty easily.
  4. I think there is one MC coach on the boards here. I remember him commenting in earlier threads. MC is well coached, they have some big boys up front and some solid athletes. If Pioneer is as fast as everyone says (I haven't seen them) then that will be an advantage for Pioneer. I feel as though MC had more team speed last year in compared to this year's team. But they do still have some speed on both sides of the ball. MC can run the ball and they are effective at it. They are also a team that isn't afraid to throw different formations at you and do different things. This probably the one game I want to see over all the other semi-state games because I think it'll be a a good close game.
  5. CIC Sectional Finals

    They may be without a couple seniors but it appears most of their key seniors (Frazier, Scott, Hudson) will play tonight. They'll be fine. It should be a good game.
  6. Sectional 36

    Shenandoah beat Northeastern 60-8 I heard Winchester gave Lapel fits, was winning at halftime and into the 3rd quarter before Lapel pulled away. Is that right?
  7. Sectional scores

    I heard it was Scecina 49 Union County 18
  8. Sectional scores

    Shenandoah 60 Northeastern 8 Final
  9. Sectional 36

    Lapel had something like 5 or 6 turnovers when they played Shenandoah. At one point in the 1st quarter they had a turnover on at least three straight possessions and Shenandoah capitalized on each of those. Lapel is better than the score indicated. I mean they beat Adams Central who beat Woodlan. If they play against one another in the sectional championship, it'll be a closer game. Everyone has a chance when it comes to sectional time. Games are a tossup when you have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Northeastern has a solid defense and a run game that can wear a team down. It's going to be a fun game if you love the a ground and pound type offense.
  10. Shenandoah 42 Monroe Central 20
  11. Sectional 38

    It's too bad Tipton and WeBo got put into the same side of the bracket but I guess they'll have to play each other at some point.
  12. Sectional 35

    Don't sleep on Cass, they are well coached and have some very good kids. They can make some noise.
  13. Shenandoah's youth league has Flag for 1st-3rd graders but 3rd graders who meet a minimum weight requirement can play tackle. They also must play tackle if they are over a certain weight maximum I think, but not positive on that. 4th-6th graders play tackle. We are self contained, don't play anyone outside. No tournament, no league standings, just play 5 games and we are done. Our 7th and 8th graders play middle school football against other schools in the area.
  14. * Week Four Scores *

    Shenandoah 53 Lapel 20