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  1. 6A Football

    Nothing last forever. When Carmel, or any other member of the MIC, sees a situation that is a better fit for their own interest, they will leave. For example, several of the members of the HCC are in Hamilton County, as is Carmel. It may make sense, money wise, to play county rivals, because of the fans that will travel to see the neighbor school. For you purists, it may not make sense, but money talks and you know what walks.
  2. Hoosier Hills Conference 2017

    I didn’t bring up McDonald. You did. My question was to see what your take was on the situation.
  3. Hoosier Hills Conference 2017

    Interesting comments but I heard the reason was two words. . . . Blake Huffman.
  4. Hoosier Hills Conference 2017

    Why did McDonald go to East when his older brother went to North and he went to Northsude and most of those kids went to North?
  5. Statically, over their lifetime, more males from the class of 2018 will die in traffic accidents than will die from CTE. Shall we ban the auto?
  6. Since no numbers were quoted in the sample, I expect it was a very small number. Too small for a scientific conclusion. Did any of those kids ride skate boards? Head soccer balls? Fall down stairs?
  7. Back to the issue. Will Coach Moore be on the sidelines for Center Grove in 2018?
  8. Martinsville Artesians

    When consolidation occurred, eliminating University, Unionville, and Smithville, the school system changed its name and boundaries. The city limits and school boundaries are not the same. I also believe University’s undefeated season was fall of 1965, the same year Bloomington High School had their first undefeated season.
  9. Martinsville Artesians

    Interesting comments. One correction. Bloomington never had three high schools open at one time. University, Unionville, and Smithville consolidated when the Bloomington school system opened North and renamed Bloomington High to South.
  10. When is the consolidation of the two schools to occur?
  11. I believe Ohio has three times as many football playing high schools as Indiana.
  12. I’m for improving safety in football but I have to wonder in our sue happy society, if an injury does occur we’aring something like this, what legal liability is present?
  13. Isn’t a modification of equipment as built against National Federation rules?
  14. Mid State

    In the past, Greenwood, Whiteland,and Franklin had a gentleman’s agreement to stay together in the Mid-State Conference. As time has past though, Greenwood has not grown and Franklin and Whiteland have. Greenwood is land locked and much growth is unlikely. Both Whiteland and Franklin have huge areas of farm land inside their districts. Growth in those two is almost a certainty. You have to think that will be a factor in conference makeup in the future.
  15. Mid State

    The west side of Indy (Avon, Plainfield, Brownsburg) have experienced tremendous growth in the past decade. I can’t imagine Mooresville’s enrollment will do anything but grow as well. I think changing conferences because they’ve experienced a few down seasons is a bit premature.