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  1. The new turf looks great and the TRIBE looks good, another big loss for the boys from Elwood. OLE MISS BIG The cow bellS ring so much that 200 Eastbrook fans are treated for tennis elbow at local hospitals. EASTBROOK BY WHAT EVER THEY DECIDE. The Blackford crew gets better each week and the Eagles continue their downward streak. BLACKFORD IN A CLOSE ONE. ALEX got the win against a hapless Oak Hill eagle team, but they run into a BIRD of a different feather this week. FRANKTON SOARS TO VICTORY. SO who are the teams to watch this year? Anyone made any improvements over the summer? How has your team looked in summer workouts or team drills? I need a little high school football fix.
  2. School Fight Songs

    Madison Grants Is Mighty Oregon. Wish we could get some of that NIKE sponsorship money.
  3. CIC hoops week 3

    Young MG squad showing improvement. They MUST cut down the turnover numbers, "BAD PASSING". Fun team to watch. The pure sports fan in me looks forward to the Frankton Oakhill game, but I will take Oak Hill, I will take talent on the floor over talent on the bench. My CIC take for what its worth. 1. Oak Hill 2. Frankton 3. Ole Miss 4. Alex 5. MG 6. Blackford 7. Eastbrook 8. Elwood. Cant make it to the Hoosier gym Saturday never been there what's up with the court size?
  4. CIC hoops week 2

    Young MG squad still working out the kinks but I see improvement. I will go with MG over wes-del Friday but will have to go with Lapel in the dog pound Saturday. Yorktown over alex. Ole Miss over norwell, and Wabash over elwood. Frankton over burris On Saturday give me: Blackford, Eastern, Elwood, Lapel, Northwestern, OH, Alex, Frankton. Scouting report for Ole Miss. Stop the lane penetration, if not TAYSON PARKER will flat light it up! Somebody take a charge! Good luck to all the CIC teams
  5. CIC Pick Em Championship

    Thanks also, catch ya on the Basketball Thread.
  6. CIC hoops week 1

    Did the all day "4games" both JV and varsity boys and girls at Wabash Saturday. Madison Grant lost all 4 games. That being said the MG boy's are a fun team to watch. It will be interesting to watch them develop over these next few years. They play fast but passing errors and foul trouble have hurt them. And on a side note does any coach teach how to take a charge? Back in my day if someone came down the lane you took a charge or gave a hard foul not step out of the way. I'm not advocating hurting someone but at least make them think twice about coming in the lane. The CIC seams to be stronger from top to bottom this year, should make for some fun watching.
  7. Control the line of scrimmage control the game. Advantage Woodlan. Eastbrook shot themselves in the foot last week for sure but no one can deny Woodlan's line dominated line of scrimmage. Can they do the same against a very good Southridge team? we will soon see. Good luck to both teams.
  8. CIC hoops week 1

    Made the trip to Northwestern last night to watch a veeerrry young Argyll squad. Yes they took their licks, but the future looks bright in Argyll Land! They are a fun team to watch now and will continue to improve as the year go's on. Northwestern has a player that is a sophomore who will be playing on the next level somewhere, Tayson Parker. If you get a chance to see him play its worth the price of admission. He scored 38 points at least 4 dunks in their 79 to 45 win. The CIC is going to be fun to watch this year. Lets keep the CIC post active. Good luck to all CIC teams except when they play the ARGYLLS of coarse.
  9. CIC Pick Em Championship

    PIONEER WOODLAN EVENSVILLE MEMORIAL LOWELL COLUMBUS EAST BEN DAVIS
  10. CIC THREAD

    Welcome glad you signed up help spread the word and lets get this going.
  11. Barajas looks quick because he is and super elusive also. Unless you see him in person, It's hard to comprehend. He will get his yards and the offence will do its thing. Eastbrook's D must hold up there end of the deal and I think they will.
  12. The Eastbrook panthers should come out on top. Woodlan has a very good QB, quality RB and have good size. Eastbrook's D will have to play at a high level and I fully expect them to do so. No one has been able to stop Eastbrook's offence all year and I don't expect that to change at least this week. Rain in the forecast, and excessive use of the dreaded cow bell by Eastbrook locals make for a long night for the Woodlan fans. Hope the game is injury free for both teams and good sportsmanship is shown by both teams and fan bases. Good Luck Eastbrook from and old Argyll.
  13. CIC Pick Em Semi-State Week

    EASTBROOK CARMEL KOKOMO EAST CENTRAL DWENGER SCECINA Bad week to be on the road. Home Teams rule.
  14. CIC THREAD

    We live in a day where any kid can go any where to school, so its easy to see why some schools recruit, persuade, what ever you prefer to call it in sports. Gone are the days of you play in the district you live, sad to say. So that being said be prepared to see this trend continue. How long will it be until you see "paid" high school athletes? I guess you could say it already exist in private schools with tuition offered paid by alumni. Sad very sad.
  15. CIC Regional

    Greenwood over Ole Miss: the Indians haven't played a team the quality of greenwood except Eastbrook, and we all know how that went. Ole Miss comes off a good win over county rival Marion which should give them some confidence coming into this game, that being said I think it ends here. But I will still root for them. EASTBROOK over lapel: although the bulldogs have some size they lack team speed, also a suspect defense. Look for the Eastbrook backs to run for 400 yards. Panthers cruise to victory.