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Looks to be very evenly matched but I'm going to go with Sheridan due to playoff experience and strength of schedule. Sheridan 35-30

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Don't know enough about Monroe, but on the surface this looks like a great game. Monroe slightly better Sag rating, but with the home field adjustment, the Hawks are favorites. This is the best Sheridan O-line that I have seen in a long time, and that is saying something. The path to beat Sheridan this year is with the deep ball. If Monroe can't go over the top for at least two long scores, I like Sheridan's chances.

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Sheridan's legendary program history is respected. Excited to have an opportunity to coach in such a game. Excited for our kids to play in such a game. 

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Great match-up. Good to see Sheridan doing well this year! Monroe Central has been playing lights out as well. Should be a terrific 1A Sectional Championship battle, best of luck to the Blackhawks and the Golden Bears!

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Both teams like to run the ball.  Unless turnovers or big special teams plays occur the team with the most rushing yards will win.  MC can pass, as they have an experienced qb, wrs, and tight end to lean on.  The team with the most pass attempts will most likely lose.  Sheridan has improved their pass game as the season has progressed, but they remain a run first offense for sure.  The play of the wings and receivers has improved.  Sheridan is no longer a one man show on offense.  Both teams will have size along the lines and hard hitting linebackers.

I watched Shenandoah the first week of the season and they have some good running backs, but I was surprised that they scored over 30 points on MC.  The Raider defense is very good.  They are the only ones so far that have stopped Hagerstown this year.

Sheridan's front 7 is very comparable to virtually every team in class A, but the secondary has continued to be inconsistent in terms of dealing with motion and matching up properly when faced with 4 or 5 receiver sets.

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First coach I see at the game I will let you buy me hotdog and coke🤗. Ur welcome 😂🤣.

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No rain in the forecast for Friday night and a high of 60 sounds like perfect football weather.

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