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  1. PAC Middle school 2018.

    I have been told that Tell City only has enough middle school kids for one combined team. Also have been told that Wood Memorial will not have a middle school football team this year. Several PAC teams were going to play them.
  2. Its great that you encourage people to donate. I donate $50 each year instead of the $20 you suggested. I am a moderator so I am listed in the Referee class instead of the booster class.
  3. So you would punish that schools opponents. We would not know until a few weeks before the first game the number of players at some schools. Would you want your school to have a bye week or two because a team or teams you were going to play are reprimanded to playing a strictly JV schedule?
  4. What do you mean should? A school can field as many varsity teams as they want during the regular season. Only one team per school allowed for the tournament.
  5. Mt. Vernon will have a freshman team for the first time in 10 years this year.
  6. Wood Memorial

    They do not. 9-15 Limitation on Competing Against Non-IHSAA Member School No games in Association recognized sports shall be played with high schools of this state or any other state that have been suspended from Membership in the state association or suspended from participation in that sport. This rule does not prevent a member of the Association from playing high schools outside of the state, nor from playing non-high school teams and nonmember high school teams within the state, provided the following is understood: a. their liability insurance may not cover such Contests; b. the IHSAA cannot and will not sanction such games, nor will they be responsible for crowd control or any damages, liabilities or injuries growing out of or in any way connected with such events; c. that any such games shall be included in the maximum number of Contests limitation permitted by the IHSAA; d. points scored, etc. shall not be kept as part of the official records of the IHSAA; and e. there shall be no forfeiture fee if all contracts become null and void.
  7. Wood Memorial

    I would guess that North Central picked them up after Wood Memorial cancelled. Not a lot of open teams with less than a month before the season starts.
  8. Wood Memorial was only going to have 13 players this year. They only had 13 at times ready for games last year. That just does not work. The low numbers are a direct result of the hazing that occurred under the full time head coach. To claim they are two separate issues is wrong. It would be like if a person went to the Doctor and the Doctor complained that the person had lost too much weight in the last month. The person could point out that they had been hurt in a car crash and lost their legs. If they were seeing Doctor DrivenT you would be telling them you don't want to talk about lost legs. You are focused on the weight loss and they are two separate issues.
  9. Bishop Noll had head coaches that were were teachers in the building from what I have read in the 2014, 2015, and 2016 seasons when they went a combined 1-29. I don't think having a lay coach as the head coach last year is the root of the problems they are having.
  10. The rule change that allowed lay coaches to be head football coaches happened in 2015. In the three seasons of this rule which schools are examples of lay staffs having more problems than anyone else. Wood Memorial is not a good example. The last teacher/coach they had was in charge when they were suspended.
  11. It has only been a few years that a lay coach could be a head football coach in Indiana. What data are you basing your statement "Programs with lay coaches seem to have more problems than those with full time teaching staff. Much higher turnover, poorer on field results, limited community involvement, general program apathy." ? The head coach at the time the program was suspended in 2016 was a full time teacher. "How many times have we heard the same old story about "life lessons," "roll models," "mentors," etc. you ask. Well the teacher who was the head coach in 2016 did his best but their season ended when the police showed up as their bus was about to pull out of the parking lot to go to their first week game. Wood Memorial lists a total of 21 teachers for their high school. 6 of them are men. Only 3 of the 21 look like they are anywhere close to retire in the next 10 years. How do you think they are going to be able to hire an entire football staff as teachers?
  12. News reports said only 13 players at Wood Memorial.
  13. Wood Memorial

    A school that size (275 total students) should not be trying to field a boys football team, boys soccer, and Tennis in the fall. There just are not enough athletic students to go around.
  14. Go to the link provided. Then click on the Rankings tab. Then search Indiana. Lindauer is listed. https://qbhitlist.com/user-profile/?userid=1206