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  1. NLC 2017

    I hope you're right, would be great for them both you be 7-0 going for the title, and both healthy
  2. NLC 2017

    Agreed, we should be in good hands with Julius next year and Hooleys little brother (freshman now) coming up the ranks.
  3. NLC 2017

    Hooley hurt his shoulder in Warsaw, Julius started and was playing well until he took a helmet to the hammy, he was hobbled all night after that and sat out a while a banged up hooley filled in well. Proud of these boys, even with our backup QB at the helm and banged up, we still looked good!
  4. NLC 2017

    good point, I'll delete it so no one get's falsley judged
  5. NLC 2017

    almost game time!
  6. 1A Week 6 Look- In!

    Pretty early I'm guessing, the score was 21 to 0 when Triton threw a 42yd TD pass
  7. 1A Week 6 Look- In!

    Pioneer beat Triton 62 - 8 last night in a game that was moved to Thursday night. That was the first points scored on Pioneer yet this season.
  8. Warsaw Lady Tigers

    Interested to see how Coach Krebs first season in Warsaw will turn out. He's a great guy and coach, and should fit in well down there. I know his parents very well and he comes from a great family. @NLCTigerFan07 what does your gut tell you about Warsaw's season this year? I believe Northridge will again be at or near the top of the NLC, with our top scorer returning in Brooke McKinley, as well as a few other girls that played a big role in our Semi State run last year. Unfortunately for us, Homestead was ridiculous and could have probably beaten many of the top programs in the country.
  9. Nice gesture by Pioneer last night to honor him!
  10. Week # 6 in the N.I.C.

    sadly I think you're right, I would love to see Jimtown get the W against Concord tonight, but aint gonna happen :/
  11. Youth/Feeder Programs

    Last year after a disappointing season for our varsity team, one of our other county teams (Northwood) made it State against Roncalli. My wife, kids and I packed up and went 3hrs South to support one of our local rival teams (they beat us 2nd round of sectionals and in the regular season). While sitting towards the top of the lower level at Lucas Oil I heard a young girls voice call me out by name as "Hey Coach". Never thought I would see someone from our youth team all the way in Indy, at another school's big game. Come to find out her dad had played for Northwood in the 90's and they also came down as a family to watch and support them. Tonight 4A #5 Northwood and 4A #6 Northridge are playing again, hopefully we can turn the tables this year and get the W, but either way, it's MYFL (Middlebury Youth Football League) night, and us coaches/players get introduced before the game. Should be a memorable night for all involved. Also the same kid that saw us in Indy last year is on our team again this year!
  12. Week #6 Scores

    I'm glad to see Triton at least got on the board. I'm sure Cameron was on their minds all night, and I'm glad they were able to move the game so they can attend his services today. Pioneer sounds like they're quite a team for sure.
  13. Heat tomorrow

    I'd be good with that, or even back to the old ways of not observing DST at all
  14. NLC 2017

    IMO the only game bigger statewide would be the Evansville Reitz vs Evansville Memorial tonight....it's gonna be a hot one up here, I can only imagine down there. It always seemed to be about 10º hotter when I lived in Vincennes than it was up here at home. I'm cautiously optimistic about our chances tonight, but you're right about NW and their skill players. I believe Hooley has the arm to play on Saturdays, and his injury 2 years ago really put a damper on what could've been an incredible high school career. He still has a little bit of pain, even with the screws removed from his foot, and all year his receivers haven't helped him out consistently by making catches they need to make, or when they do, there often seems to be a flag on us. I found out on Tuesday that I have shingles (face/eye area), going to try and make it out to Middlebury tonight to catch the game, just hoping the heat doesn't make matters worse.
  15. Youth/Feeder Programs

    Sounds like a good idea, not sure how it would work with us having 6 teams of 15 kids each in 3/4 & 5/6 though. I couldn't agree more though that winning/losing at this level is not important at all, but learning the basics and being involved is what it's all about.