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  1. Lebanon Coaching Opening

    I saw the one PE position on the DOE for the middle school. What level is the other PE position for? Thank you
  2. Definitely going to be an uphill climb. 16 straight losing seasons. There have been some really good coaches that have not been able to win there. Not to mention their non-conference schedule is Cathedral and Carmel. In my opinion this move does not make sense, in regards to football. Best of luck to Coach Roden.
  3. Any truth that there was a rift between the administration and the former coaching staff? How many assistants will Simmons be able to retain?
  4. 6 Man referring crew, but with the shortage of officials this is just a pipe dream
  5. Has anyone used the Guardian in their program or had players use them? If so what feedback can you provide on this product?
  6. Sure there are other activities that provide positive characteristics for our youth. With this being a football forum, I ironically associated it with football. I never said that football was the end all be all for extracurricular activities.
  7. Again you failed to read the entire post. You have selective vision. I said I will list a few. I could list over 100 positive characteristics football has that helps mold young men into great husbands and fathers.
  8. Just goes to show how incompetent you are about the sport of football based on this statement. I'll list a few: Hardwork Dedication Team first metality Mental Toughness Physical Toughness Teamwork
  9. I feel the administration loses sight of what athletics are all about. Lets be real, in each class from year to year there is a handful of teams that have a legit shot at winning a state championship. I have seen some great coaches resign/get fired because of a win/lose record that are great mentors and leaders of young men. Pressure to win in a unrealistic situation drives a lot of coaches out of the profession. Granted no one wants to lose, but is that really the main focus of high school athletics? This is a quote from Dabo Swinney that in my opinion is the sole purpose of athletics. "You can Win, Win, Win but if you're not equipping young men to be great husbands, and fathers you lose."
  10. I agree that playing time is a great motivator. I am interested in special awards, programs, etc. Tangible things that may be used as motivation.
  11. Coach can you be a little more specific with the incentives you guys use
  12. What are some examples of things you or your program do to help motivate your players during the season and during the off season?
  13. Eastern Hancock Coach

    I would say that is a pretty good 4 year stretch. 2017 SEASON (6-5) Coach: Jim O'Hara Aug. 18 at Greenfield-Central L 14-28 Aug. 25 South Decatur W 53- 7 Sep. 1 at Northeastern W 28-24 Sep. 8 at Indianapolis Broad Ripple W 55- 0 Sep. 15 Knightstown W 28-14 Sep. 22 at North Decatur W 38-21 Sep. 29 Monroe Central L 21-46 Oct. 6 at Shenandoah L 13-67 Oct. 13 Lapel L 19-21 Oct. 20 at Centerville W 35-21 sect Oct. 27 at Indianapolis Scecina L 7-41 sect 2016 SEASON (5-6) Coach: Jim O'Hara Aug. 19 Greenfield-Central L 28-42 Aug. 26 at South Decatur L 26-30 Sep. 2 Northeastern W 38-28 Sep. 9 Indianapolis Broad Ripple W 51- 8 Sep. 16 at Knightstown W 26-21 Sep. 23 North Decatur W 41- 8 Sep. 30 at Monroe Central L 13-34 Oct. 8 (n)Shenandoah L 25-30 Oct. 14 at Lapel L 14-42 Oct. 21 at Centerville W 27- 0 sect Oct. 28 Triton Central L 0- 7 sect 2015 SEASON (10-1) Coach: Jim O'Hara Aug. 21 at Northeastern W 33- 7 Aug. 28 South Decatur W 33-13 Sep. 4 at Indian Creek W 41- 7 Sep. 11 at Milan W 26-14 Sep. 18 Knightstown W 53-28 Sep. 25 at North Decatur W 42-18 Oct. 2 Wes-Del W 42- 0 Oct. 9 at Shenandoah W 42-27 Oct. 16 Lapel W 26- 0 Oct. 23 Northeastern W 35- 0 sect Oct. 30 at Indianapolis Howe L 13-34 sect 2014 SEASON (10-3) Coach: Jim O'Hara Aug. 22 Northeastern L 6-34 Aug. 29 at South Decatur W 37- 6 Sep. 5 Indian Creek L 10-40 Sep. 12 Milan W 33-14 Sep. 19 at Knightstown W 56- 7 Sep. 26 North Decatur W 44-13 Oct. 3 at Wes-Del W 47-20 Oct. 10 Shenandoah W 24-20 Oct. 17 at Lapel W 37-19 Oct. 24 at Cambridge City Lincoln W 41-12 sect Oct. 31 Monroe Central W 35-18 sect Nov. 7 at Northeastern W 21-20 sect Nov. 14 Indianapolis Lutheran L 19-21 regn
  14. The Tigers shatter the Warriors dreams tomorrow. The offense of Evansville Memorial will be more powerful than Danville can handle. The Evansville QB/WRs are to good for the Danville secondary. Their running back is better than Chatards from what I have been told. Unfortunately for Danville the defense bailed out the offense on many occasions last Friday. 21 of the 38 points was from the defense and special teams. With the predicted weather tomorrow Danville better sure hope their offensive line can sustain a running game and protect their QB. If not they will be in for a long evening. My prediction Evansville Memorial 42 Danville 21.