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6 minutes ago, MuleDriver said:

Zionsville kicker just hot a 50 yd fg to take lead with 13 seconds 

CG hangs on 20 14

Amazing win for zionsville 

As you have mentioned previously, CN has had a lot of trouble getting over the CG hump.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1 minute ago, ptr said:

As you have mentioned previously, CN has had a lot of trouble getting over the CG hump.

 

 

 

 

 

 

THing about it is, cn qb went out early in the game didnt return and cn still hung in there. I was watching the live stream of zionsville good god almighty what a kick at the end of that one to get the win for  over new pal. 50 yards at least. 

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Southridge and Mater Dei tied at 31.

Going to overtime.

SR will have the ball first.

SR run for 4 yards by Harter

2nd and goal. SR run for the TD by Schank

 

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Southridge 38 and Mater Dei 31 in overtime.

Mater Dei ball

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Southridge 38, Mater Dei 31 in overtime.

MD ball

1st and 10 run for 2 yards

2nd and 8 run for 1 yard

3rd and 7  QB sacked

4th and 13 timeout

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1 minute ago, SR1 said:

Southridge 38, Mater Dei 31 in overtime.

MD ball

1st and 10 run for 2 yards

2nd and 8 run for 1 yard

3rd and 7  timeout 

Great game. Nice job Raiders.

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Southridge 38 

Mater Dei 31 final.

MD qb sacked again on 4th and 13 to end the game.

 

 

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Crown Point 14

Portage 7

FT (sorry, wrong football) Final

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5 minutes ago, Gipper said:

Crown Point 14

Portage 7

FT (sorry, wrong football) Final

Lowell 42, Griffith 7

New Prairie 42, SBSJ 7

North Newton 38, Boone Grove 14

Just now, Gipper said:

Lowell 42, Griffith 7

New Prairie 42, SBSJ 7

North Newton 38, Boone Grove 14

All games are Final

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10 minutes ago, Gipper said:

Lowell 42, Griffith 7

New Prairie 42, SBSJ 7

North Newton 38, Boone Grove 14

All games are Final

Michigan City over LaPorte

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In just his 2nd season in City, Phil Mason has accomplished something no coach at Michigan City has done since consolidating in '95. When was the last time City won a Sectional with Elston or Rogers?

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16 hours ago, Boilernation said:

Griffith did a disservice to the football program by leaving the Northwest Crossroads. Wheeler, Whiting, Hanover C., etc., won't prepare them for 4A playoffs.

Preaching to the choir.  Players didn't want it, coaches didn't want it, alumni damned sure didn't want it.  Schedule was a joke and they paid for it in the end.  Lowell was better, obviously, but Griffith was completely unprepared for their physicality.

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