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  1. Warren Central at Center Grove

    I live here and have never heard anyone say that.
  2. I disagree a bit. Probably the deepest the OL/DL has been in a while. While there might be a drop-off, they have options. WR and RB have great depth. There are a few position groups that are thin, but I will keep that to myself.
  3. Week 1 Scores

    they have gone to spread
  4. Week 1 Scores

    New Palestine 42 Kokomo 0 end of first
  5. add Kokomo to the list . . . just canceled their freshman game
  6. Also, I have heard Greenfield has over 110 kids in the program (9-12).
  7. Kokomo has 45 players grade 10-12. That seems low to me for a 5A school coming off a state run. probably . . . NP has added them in football and basketball the last few years, but both of those programs seem in disarray.
  8. New coach and Air Raid offense beginning last season. I believe Delta is moving to a spread offense this year.
  9. I have heard Greenfield Central, the only 5A team by enrollment in the HHC, does not have a freshman team.
  10. Shelbyville does not have a freshman team. In fact, they had a combined 7/8 team that played down in 7th grade last season. Now that I think about it . . . I don't think Shelbyville has fielded a freshman team in a few years.
  11. I dunno . . . HHC has some good teams. New Castle's new Air Raid, Shelbyville is always tough, and Mt. Vernon now boasts an indoor practice facility and a 6A state champion coach. Pendleton Heights, New Castle, and Mt. Vernon all won a sectional game. New Pal is a small 4A school that now schedules two 5A teams and a 6A team . . . and has dominated the last few years. Does their lack of depth show up in 5A tourney? Of course. But their schedule isn't that bad considering their enrollment size.
  12. Sorry. You didn’t know who the 5th leading rusher in the state was. You didn’t know that NP had improved their schedule with Kokomo and Center Grove. So yes, wrong again. Whiteland also wanted out of contract with NP.
  13. New Palestine has beefed up its non conference schedule. Open the year at 5A runner up Kokomo and then home vs Center Grove. I guess you don’t know what you are taking about. Again.