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  1. The PAC Conference 2018

    Again, it will depend on line play. With it, we will compete with anyone on our schedule, without it, we will have a similar season to last year. I am looking forward to it...I wanted to go to the scrimmage the other night for the single reason of looking at the line and got home from work too late. I'll miss quite a bit in the first couple games because I will be staring at the line, quite a bit of anticipation there.
  2. The PAC Conference 2018

    There is quite a bit of excitement in Lincoln City this year, more than last year. Every kid I have talked to is telling me it is going to be a good year. Heritage Hills will be fine at the skilled positions, and I think the defense will be solid, but in my assessment there is only ONE way that we will get our swagger back. Line play. If we are great at the line, we can do anything this season, if we aren't, we are looking at going .500 again. Not trying to be a downer, just realistic. With that said, I am stoked for this year and I really think it will be a great season for the Patriots.
  3. Additionally, some of us just like grass. Invest the money in the weight room.
  4. Clayton would have never had turf....but that ship has sailed. Turf came up in a facebook post the other day and it was mentioned that it would take additional, fund raising for turf. Who knows?
  5. We sure could have used those stands about 15 years ago!!!!! Back then you could double the stands and still not have room. I'm afraid it is going to look awful empty, but hey, it will look nice. Build it and they will come?
  6. Best Chances for 2018 Title

    Don't know about the rest, but in 3a, I would argue that Memorial has an excellent shot of a repeat--there won't be anyone in their way till they get out of Regional....
  7. Go Raiders! Represent the PAC well!
  8. Yup, my son and I plan on being there....I'd say it will be a packed house. We are coming no matter how crappy the weather is.
  9. Great looking stadium! 4 quarters of football will be key Friday. If we do that, we are competitive, if not, we aren't. My thoughts exactly. It's time to give everything you have for every play the entire game, they have it in them, it just hasn't been cut loose all season.
  10. I hope we are good hosts for you guys, and I am sure that we will be. I also hope that we can turn the page, get these boys fired up and play 4 quarters....if that happens we could have a great game Friday.
  11. Nail meet head. 4 quarters of football....with that we would be looking at a different outcome on the season.
  12. Honestly? That is a great question, because all sarcasm aside I will say this. We should be competitive not only for a PAC but for much more. We have the kids to make it happen. We had the kids to make it happen this year. We definitely have the kids to make it happen in '18 and '19....not only should we be competitive for a PAC but for much more. The kids are talented and take training seriously. The 8 years after that? Who knows....There is a class coming (my son's group) that has Goldberry's kid and Winchell's kid--and they both show ridiculous potential, along with about another dozen kids but they are 10 years old. Despite all this we have a game this Friday night. Do we have the kids to win it? I think so. Will they? Honestly, probably not, but it isn't because we don't have the kids to do it. Our kids have the ability, but unfortunately it takes more than that.
  13. No, I have not but I do understand that they are a great team. Like I had said, it could happen for VL....
  14. Understood. I listened to the game on the radio. 2nd half sounded brutal. It is a game I will likely go to. As for the VL team, indeed it can happen, but I just don't see them having the horsepower.