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TCfootball70

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  1. Park Tudor is leaving the conference after this year and Cascade will be replacing them. More info in the press release: https://twitter.com/Cadethletics/status/1007051401661435905
  2. My feelings are just fine. If you are going to quote Sagarin in response to a comment of mine that mentions the schedule of this coming year, then the inferred reference is to this coming years schedule. I am starting to realize a logical conversation cannot be had with you about this, but enjoy your dots...
  3. Odd you quote sagarin here. 2018 rankings with SOS are far from coming out and SOS rankings from 2017 do not include this year's schedule. So, I'm failing to see how that is a source for 2018 SOS? So...yeah...
  4. It was a heck of game last year, and I'm sure it will be a heck of game this year if these two meet. My bet is the winner of this sectional eventually makes to it Lucas Oil.
  5. Tough break for Delta. Hoping the kid hits the ground running at New Pal. https://www.indystar.com/story/sports/high-school/2018/04/05/delta-star-running-back-charlie-spegal-transfers-new-palestine/486430002/
  6. Kirschner Resigns from BD

    Carmel is bigger.
  7. Clinton Prairie's Michael Clevenger will be taking over Shelbyville Football after the retirement of Pat Parks. http://www.shelbynews.com/sports/sports.php?ID=1394
  8. Best Chances for 2018 Title

    I would be surprised if they did not get out of their sectional. They were a Junior/Sophomore heavy team. They play Center Grove early next year and that game will be very telling on where they stand. I have a hard time doubting a Coach Ralph led team in any game.
  9. Indiana Crossroads Conference State Finals

    Ben Davis Columbus East Lowell Brebeuf Jesuit Southridge Pioneer
  10. After 23 years with Shelbyville High School, Pat Parks is stepping down. Awesome guy, great coach and mentor. Good luck with what's next, coach!
  11. Southridge at Nap Town Scecina

    Their OC of the past, Kyle Padgett, has taken a 1-10 Centerville team to 8-3 in just 2 years. I don't think 1 coach has made that much of a difference quite honestly. Having played them twice.... their offense is pretty easy to predict and adjust to. Heavy tendencies based on formations. The Ritter of this year was certainly not the Ritter of last year. Scecina is just solid. They are not flashy, while they are certainly talented they are not heads and shoulders above in talent a la Cathedral, they do not have a fancy offensive/defensive scheme. They are just a very solid ball club that does not make very many mistakes. They do the small things it requires to win games. Any lack of execution you have, they will exploit.
  12. Indiana Crossroads Conference Regional Championship Rd

    Scecina Lutheran
  13. 5A - 2017

    Seriously doubt they would. They dressed less than 50 kids friday night, while Zionsville had over 100 kids on their roster. Playing teams that platoon is a fairly big disadvantage to a team that plays 3-ways. Coach Ralph and his crew certainly arent afraid to play anyone, but I have a hard time seeing them stay up in 5a.
  14. As far as this game is concerned, I haven't seen much of WeBo, but from what I have heard and observed from a far they seem like a solid team. What type of offense do they run? What are their strengths/weaknesses on defense? Scecina has the ability to play and win both a track meet and slug it out physical type of game. Their QB is accurate and is able to find wide receivers. #4 is a stud WR and WeBo will need to be aware of where he is at all times. Their run game features a lot of straight ahead iso out of the I. They do have quite a few strong tendecies on O, but their kids go out and execute. The key to their success is that they can be patient, and don't try to go for the homerun every play. Defensively, they have a ton of team speed. They swarm to the ball and are very disciplined in their approach. They primarily are in a 4-front, but can shift into a 5-2 look in short yardage situations. The kids play well as a unit, communicate, and prevent big plays. Will be a great game to watch IMO.