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Southwestern Indiana Top 10 - Preseason

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1. Castle
2. Reitz
3. Jasper
4. Mater Dei
5. Southridge
6. Central
7. North Posey
8. North
9. Gibson Southern
10. Heritage Hills
Honorable Mention: Tell City, Vincennes Lincoln, Perry Central.

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Eligible teams: SIAC, Big 8 (including Mount Carmel), PAC, Tecumseh, Perry Central, North Knox, North Daviess, Wood Memorial, Crawford County.

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List looks good.  I would switch North Posey and Heritage Hills.  North Posey lost a lot of good players.  I think I might switch Mater Dei and Southridge also.  Southridge scares me in the PAC.  I wouldn't be surprised to see them at State.

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I would change this up a bit...see below:

 

1. Castle
2. Reitz
3. Jasper
4. Mater Dei
5. Southridge
6. Central
7. Gibson Southern
8. North
9. Heritage Hills
10. North Posey
Honorable Mention: Tell City, Vincennes Lincoln, Perry Central.

 

I'm also not sure Vincennes gets an honorable mention...didn't they graduate 11 then lose 11 more due to multiple other reasons?  Sounds like a devastating hit to me.

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1. Reitz

2. Mater Dei

3. Jasper

4. Castle

5. Southridge

6. Central

7. North Posey

8. Gibson Southern

9. Memorial

10. Heritage Hills

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We will find out about Reitz Friday night.  This is the most unknown team in recent years.

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Z6, you can probably say that about the entire SIAC, right?  Wide open this year.  Pretty exciting for SIAC fans.

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We will find out about Reitz Friday night. This is the most unknown team in recent years.

I agree, I think it is very unknown but Coach Hape is a very good coach and I without a doubt think they will be better than Castle. Castle lost a ton of players.

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Z6, you can probably say that about the entire SIAC, right? Wide open this year. Pretty exciting for SIAC fans.

WIDE WIDE open. I think after tomorrow night we will get a brief glimpse of how the year might play out but as of right now I think there are a number of teams to come out on top. (Mater Dei/Reitz, possibly Castle but I can't see that). I honestly can't wait to see how Harrison does, I actually hope they have a better season than in the past. I would love for Memorial to finalllly beat Jasper to put an end to that losing streak. And you can never leave out Central or North! It shall be a very fun and interesting year.

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Z6, you can probably say that about the entire SIAC, right?  Wide open this year.  Pretty exciting for SIAC fans.

It was pretty wide open in the early 2000s (right after MD's success and when Memorial was a sectional contender).

 

I'd say it's a little less wide open now (I really don't think anyone outside of Castle and Reitz really have a shot, but MD could surprise me).

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It was pretty wide open in the early 2000s (right after MD's success and when Memorial was a sectional contender).

I'd say it's a little less wide open now (I really don't think anyone outside of Castle and Reitz really have a shot, but MD could surprise me).

MD looks very big this year, especially when it comes to the line. In my opinion I think they have much better chances than Castle. Either way though its hard to fully tell until we see the first game for all teams. Until then there's no real way to tell how a team is going to play in a game situation.

It was pretty wide open in the early 2000s (right after MD's success and when Memorial was a sectional contender).

I'd say it's a little less wide open now (I really don't think anyone outside of Castle and Reitz really have a shot, but MD could surprise me).

Do you know much on Jasper? How are they looking? In your opinion, does Memorial have any chance at all?

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MD looks very big this year, especially when it comes to the line. In my opinion I think they have much better chances than Castle. Either way though its hard to fully tell until we see the first game for all teams. Until then there's no real way to tell how a team is going to play in a game situation.

Do you know much on Jasper? How are they looking? In your opinion, does Memorial have any chance at all?

I don't know. They speak a dialect of German in Jasper that I can't even understand despite being a German major...

The better question is: What has Memorial done to give themselves a chance?

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