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  1. I totally agree. Big things are going on in Evanston and the Wildcats could very well become a force in the Big Ten West.
  2. I'm not surprised either. But, it's not like Purdue is lacking at the QB position...
  3. not bad, but the distance from KV to Lebanon is about 100 miles, will all those Dutchmen up north go for that?
  4. Maybe, but Demotte and Wheatfield (where KV is located) are in Jasper County along with RCHS. They have been playing each other forever. It's a very good rivalry, they play for the Cracker Barrel trophy in football.
  5. Lowell and KV are the big ifs with the time zone differential. Besides, I don't see Lowell turning their back on the Region. KV maybe if Rensselaer is part of the equation.
  6. Jeff is in a precarious position. As for possible movement, the only think I can think of that night work is bolting from the NCC (South) along with Harrison and McCutcheon, hooking up with the Terre Haute Schools, and possibly Lebanon and/or Crawfordsville. Logistically challenging I know, but that's the problem these two cities have: very few schools with comparable enrollments nearby.
  7. Cathedral and Penn

    Right you are, NT has a large enrollment, but hasn’t been consistently good in football fir awhile.
  8. Good in theory, time zone issue though.
  9. I don't see Lowell in the NCC South--I'd rather play in Lake and Jasper Counties rather than going close to Ohio.
  10. Good question. I would like playing Plymouth more, but that's a time zone issue. New Prairie's not, though.
  11. Community support does vary by municipality. I live in the Tri-Creek (Lowell HS) school district and the amount of support the team receives is incredible. OK, so the Devils have been very successful which does provide some insight to their rabid following. But Hanover is also well-supported and their program is relatively new.
  12. Hey, We've gotta co-exist with our Southern brethren. I married a lovely lady from the 812 and am very happy for it!!!
  13. Cathedral and Penn

    I agree with that. New Trier may be the closest to Warren and BD in Illinois. Phillips HS on the South Side has been doing very well lately, but their enrollment is closer to that of a 4A or 5A school.
  14. Cathedral and Penn

    The Vikings are one of the better IHSA teams. But, I don't think they're quite as good as teams in the Northern (New Trier) and Western (Hinsdale Central/South) as well as the Catholic juggernaut (Loyola Academy, Mt. Carmel). I also wonder how MIC schools would fare in the Dupage Valley Conference and Central Suburban League.