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1a Regionals. North and South

Who Wins in 1A  

49 members have voted

  1. 1. LaVille (8-4) @ Pioneer (12-0)

    • The Lancers
      0
    • The Panthers
      49
  2. 2. Southwood (11-1) @ Monroe Central (11-1)

    • The Knights
      30
    • The Golden Bears
      19
  3. 3. Indianapolis Lutheran (10-2) @ Indianapolis Arlington (9-2)

    • The Saints
      43
    • The Golden Knights
      6
  4. 4. Fountain Central (11-1) @ Eastern Greene (12-0* /9-3)

    • The Mustangs
      21
    • The Thunderbirds
      28


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More Info for your digestion...,more or less intended to give everyone an overview of the games.  Not meant to stir any pots or steal any thunder.  Really...for those who don't necessarily have a horse in the race..but perhaps still want to know what's going on.  And have an opinion on it!  Lemme know if there is any statistical errors!

Regionals  1A  North and South

 

 

 

Laville

8

4

SAG

 37.05 

(CL 20 / 197 ST)

SOS

 33.30 

 

( 232 )

Will Hostrawser

40

18

0.690

(5 Years)

Seniors

35

13

 

0.729

   Averages

OFF

14.00

Def

12.00

Margin

2.00

OPPO

70

62

53.0%

+.500 OPPO

4

3

 

2016

10

2

AP #0

IFCA #0

TGD #0

Last Week

w

10

7

Triton

 

 

8

4

1A

 

 

Pioneer

12

0

SAG

 74.04 

(CL 1 / 43 ST)

SOS

 32.62 

 

( 236 )

Adam Berry

26

1

0.963

(2 Years)

Seniors

51

4

 

0.927

   Averages

OFF

50.00

Def

5.25

Margin

44.75

OPPO

62

69

47.3%

+.500 OPPO

6

0

 

2016

14

1

AP #1

IFCA #1

TGD #1

Last Week

w

48

20

Lafayette Central Catholic

4

8

1A

 

 

Coach Hostrawser and his Lancers were sitting 3-4 heading into week 8.  They would be the only losses incurred the rest of the year.  After a 3-0 win over 8-4 2A North Newton to open the year, LaVille fell 22-14 to 8-4 1A Triton, then to unbeaten #1 Pioneer 41-0.  After a slim 14-0 win over 1-9 Caston, they would drop a 19-0 game to 9-2 3A Knox in week 6.  They would be blanked again in week 7 by 3-7 3A John Glenn 17-0.  The Lancers would reel off a 33-0 win over 2-8 North Judson and finish the season on a positive with a 17-10 win over 6-4 Culver.   They’d repeat those last 2 games in the sectional, but beating North Judson 30-0 and again dealing Culver a tight loss 19-16.  They went on avenge an earlier loss by beaten Triton 10-7 for their 4th  sectional crown in school history, but you’d have to go all the way back to 2003 to find the most recent on, actually back to back with 2002.  LaVille did win a regional title in 1982.  LaVille has been solid program in Coach Hostrawser’s guidance, starting with a 5-5 year in his 1st season (2013) and being in sectional championship game in each 2016, ’15 and ’14. 

 

What can be said about the 2017 Panthers that hasn’t been said. They’ve been a solid #1 all year in 1A, and considered by most everyone to be the 1A champion…some made this claim as Pioneer walked off the Lucas Oil field in last year’s defeat to Linton.  Coach Adam Berry went 14-1 in his initial season, and the Panthers have rolled to 12-0 heading into their 5th regional title game in a row.  Twice they’ve reach the state finals in the last 3 years, both times coming up empty. Could this be their year?  Looking at the results from the regular season, it’s easy to see Pioneer was never remotely in a close contest.  They didn’t allow a point in their first 5 wins, and held everyone under 8 points in all 9 games, that included 6 shutouts.  They opened with a 30-0 shelling of 7-5 2A Lewis Cass, then blasted 5-6 2A Winamac 61 zip, and their regional opponent LaVille 41-0.   Caston was next (1-9) at 52-0, following by an 80-0 crush of 2-8 North White.  8-4 1A Triton was treated the same, in a 62-8 beatdown.  9-2 3A Knox was the first to keep Pioneer’s offense under 30, but still a 28-7 Panther win.  The wins continued- 55-7 Culver (6-5 1A), and 42-0 over 2-8 North Judson.  The unfortunately luck of the draw but two top teams in sectional 42 facing off in the opening game, but Pioneer handled the 8-2 Carroll Cougars 55-21.  21 being the most points Pioneer would give up all year to date.  Pioneer set up a huge Championship tilt with LCC by reminding North White of their prowess, 46-0.  The Knights put 20 on the scoreboard at Royal Center, but it was Pioneer with 48 to move forward. 

 

It’s hard to ignore that these two met in week 3, and it was a lopsided Panther 41-0 win. Other comparisons to make—Both played a very good 9-2 3A Knox squad with different outcomes-  Pioneer won 28-7 while LaVille lost 19-0.  Same with 8-4 Triton- Pioneer won big 62-8, LaVille lose 22-14.  Both beat Winamac and Caston, but the scoring margins much closer with LaVille.  Pioneer comes into this game at Royal Center an unmitigated favorite.  Pioneer is 1st in 1A scoring at 50.0 ppg, 1st in Defense at 5.3 ppg, and 1st in winning margin (+44.8).  LaVille only average 14.0 ppg; 46th out of 64 in 1A.  Defense in still a strong suit at just 12.0 ppg, good for 7th in 1A.  The O must be able to move the ball to keep it out of Pioeer’s powerful offense… but they also must put points on the board to win.  The Panthers come in with a load of experience.  They have 9 Sectional titles, 5 regional, 3 Semi Staes, and a state title in 1997.  Their Seniors have won 51 of their 55 games., The Lancers too have had a solid senior class (35-13).  SAG leans, well I’d say builds a house on the Pioneer side of thing as the Pioneers have the highest 1A Ration at 74.04 (43rd in the state) while the Lancers are 20th in 1A with 37.05.  That makes it a prediction of a Pioneer win by 39 points.  Cal Preps from it a 38-3 Pioneer.

 

Southwood

11

1

SAG

 60.79 

(CL 2 / 91 ST)

SOS

 31.82 

 

( 242 )

Dave Snyder

46

34

0.575

(7 Years)

Seniors

33

14

 

0.702

   Averages

OFF

50.08

Def

19.17

Margin

30.92

OPPO

53

73

42.1%

+.500 OPPO

4

1

 

2016

9

4

AP #11

IFCA #8

TGD #9

Last Week

w

50

27

Adams Central

 

9

3

1A

 

 

 

Monroe Central

11

1

SAG

 57.07 

(CL 5 / 104 ST)

SOS

 24.69 

 

( 291 )

John Hochstetler

132

106

0.555

(21 Years)

Seniors

38

9

 

0.809

   Averages

OFF

40.50

Def

8.83

Margin

31.67

OPPO

52

75

40.9%

+.500 OPPO

4

1

 

2016

11

1

AP #3

IFCA #4

TGD #3

Last Week

w

26

7

Sheridan

 

9

3

1A

 

 

The Southwood Knights survived a brutal Sectional 43 that featured six of their eight teams ranked by the end of regular season.  Coach Dave Snyders’s  club  was in the middle of the pack at #11 in AP, and #8 in IFCA, behind Churubusco, Adams Central and Northfield.  Throw in South Adams and Northfield in the 7+ win club. However it would be the Knights adding their 7th Sectional title, and their 2nd in a row.  They were defeated by Adams Central in regional action 2016.  You gotta go back to 2002’s 13-1 Knight team for their last regional win (over LaVille 34-0) in a season they beat South Putnam for a State Title.  Southwood opened with 5 wins to starting the year (4-6 2A Manchester 59-18, 2-8 2A Oak Hill49-21 and a big win over 7-3 Northfield 35-6.  However week 4 saw them lose to 7-4 1A North Miami 26-21.   They went on to lopsided wins over 3-8 Wabash and winless Whitko, before what many thought was an upset in a 55-28 hammering of 5-6 3A Peru.  They disposed of 2-8 3A Maconaquah 45-7 before a rematch in Three Rivers conference championship with Northfield.  The result was the same, a win for Southwood, but a tighter contest in 47-37.  Two top contenders stood in the Knights path to sectional hardware, first 7-4 Eastside who they sent home 51-19, then with 9-3 Adams Central—whom they also sent packing 50-27.  Two big wins with big offensive outputs against two teams ranked in the top 10 in 1A most the year. 

 

The Golden Bears started football with one game in 2009 against Tri.  Week one of 2011 saw their first win in program history (20-19 over Edinburgh).  Their first winning season was in 6-5’s 2013 campaign, and they reached the sectional final game in each of the last two years falling to Adams Central on both occasions.  John Hochstetler has 21 years as a head Coach, the last 6 in Parker City, and the Bears are having their best season in school history.  They would roll though the first 8 weeks without a loss, but the knock was always in level of competition.  They would play four +.500 teams in the regular season, and win 3 of them (week 2 30-12 over 5-5 Union County; week 3 24-0 over 5-5 N. Decatur and week 7 46-21 over 6-5 Eastern Hancock.   The margin of victory over the Royals did wake up some doubters.  As expected, MC had easily handled 1-9 Cambridge City Lincoln, Union City,  Wes-Del and Anderson Prep by outscoring them 185-0.   Add to that a 56-6 win over 4-6 Tri-Central and up a season ending meeting then 9-2 Shenandoah.  The Raiders would tag the “L” on the Golden Bears to the tune of 42-20.  At 8-1, Monroe Central blew by winless Clinton Cenrtal 57-6  then 5-6 Clinton Prairie 42-12 to reach the finale with Sheridan.  It was the Golden Bears taking it by the final rally 26-7 for their first sectional title in school history.

 

You have to take notice of Southwood coming out of Sect 43.  I think most people had Churubusco and/or Adams Central in their dialogue, but the Knights got the wins impressively.  They will face 1A’s 2nd ranked scoring defense as the Bears allows just 8.8 ppg.  That should be a great battle as the Knights are the 2nd ranked scoring offense in 1A at 50.1 ppg!  Where there is a concern for Southwood fans would be a defense #20 in 1A (19.2 ppg) to Monroe Central’s 40.5 ppg offense (6th in 1A).  Both sets of seniors are winners over the career, but the Golden Bear group is 38-9 winning over 80% of their games.  SOS favors the Knights at 31.8 to 24.7, with a 6-0 record vs 2 and 3A opponents while MC has played 9 of 12 against 1A. The SAG Ratings lean towards Southwood at 60.79 (2nd best in 1A), to 57/07 (5th in 1A)… but the game being at Parker City evens that up… Still the Knights favored by just under 2 points.  Cal Preps figures it to be a touchdown difference- Southwood 35 Monroe Central 27.

 

Indianapolis Lutheran

10

2

SAG

 54.89 

(CL 6 / 115 ST)

SOS

 37.39 

 

( 209 )

Dave Pasch

140

102

0.579

(21 Years)

Seniors

38

15

 

0.717

   Averages

OFF

37.92

Def

18.58

Margin

19.33

OPPO

64

64

50.0%

+.500 OPPO

2

2

 

2016

10

4

AP #2

IFCA #2

TGD #2

Last Week

w

19

12

Hagerstown

 

10

2

1A

 

 

Indianapolis Arlington

9

2

SAG

 48.69 

(CL 14 / 144 ST)

SOS

 25.46 

 

( 286 )

Steve Moorman

39

16

0.709

(6 Years)

Seniors

22

7

 

0.759

   Averages

OFF

39.09

Def

16.82

Margin

22.27

OPPO

49

68

41.9%

+.500 OPPO

3

1

 

2016

7

2

AP #5

IFCA #10

TGD #7

Last Week

w

46

6

South Putnam

 

3

9

1A

 

 

Lutheran saw their season end in the semi-state last year at Linton in the rain and mud.  In 2015 it ended at regionals in North Vermillion. 2014 again to North Vermillion, but this time at home and in a semi-state game. Since starting football in 2005 (2 games), the Saints have come into the football world winning more than losing.  Dave Pasch tool over in 2008, with a 3-7 start, but have gone 38-13 from  ’14 to now.  They have 4 sectional and 2 Regional titles under their hood.  A win this week would give them their most wins in school history.  Coach Pasch is in this 10th year at Lutheran, but his 21st over-all, with certainly one of the tougher 1A schedules (10th; LCC was tops there).  They fell in week 2 to defending 2A champ now 3A 9-3 Cardinal Ritter 36-21, and again in week 6 to 11-1 2A Scecina.   Amongst the +.500 opponents they prevailed against in the regular season is really only 8-4 2A Triton Central whom they bet 19-7 in week 3.  That said, they have beaten several team hovering around .500: 4-6 4A Beech Grove (28-14); 4-7 2A Park Tudor (59-16); 4-6 3A Monrovia (36-29); 4-5 1A Shortridge (50-14), as well as a surprisingly close 35-28 win over 2-7 2A Speedway in week 8, and a 64-13 win over 2-8 Oldenburg.   The Saints were not challenge in the opening round of Sectional 46, skating thru 1-9 Cambridge City Lincoln 54-16, and 5-6 South Decatur 55-12.  The two favorites met in Indianapolis where Lutheran beat 10-2 Hagerstown 19-12 in a dogfight.

 

Steve Moorman came aboard as Head Coach at Arlington in 2015, and gave the Golden Knights their first winning season since a 6-5 2009 year.  They not seen a hint of Sectional success in the 2000’s winning just 2 games in 16 post season games.  There were a power in the late 90’s with back to back sectional titles in ’98 and ’99…clearly they’ve gone from a big school to a small school in terms of enrollment and classification…all things I don’t have time to clarify, but suffice to say they lost to Ben Davis in both Regional games in the 90’s.  Clearly Arlington is having their best football season in 18 years.  Like Scecina, their schedule is dull of 3A and 4A opponents.  In the W’s include an opening night 22-0 win over 3A 5-5 Manual, 38-17 over a solid 6-4 2A Heritage Christian team; a 54-12 win over 3-6 3A Indy Northwest, 20-18 over 4-7 4A Jay County, and a season ending 68-0 win over winless 3A Broad Ripple.  The two losses came to 10-2 4A Culver Academy 44-0 in week 2, and 46-26 to 4-8 1A Lafayette Central Catholic.   They knocked off 5-6 1A Clinton Prairie 49-36, and Attuckes (2-7) 55-6.   The Golden Knights drew a bye in sectional 45 opening week, and hammered 7-4 Tindley 52-0 before taking out 3-9 South Putnam 46-6 in the championship game. 

 

The SAG ratings actually have this a closer game that I would have figured.  SOS heavily lends stock to a Lutheran win, but Arlingon has put some big numbers on the scoreboard and averages 39.1 ppg (8th in 1A).  Lutheran has faced some powerful offensive teams all season, and gives up 18.6 per game, 17th in 2A.  The Saint offense is just slightly under 38 ppg, while Arlington allows 16.8 ppg.  The Arlington kids have learned to win, losing just 7 times in their senior career (29 games 75.9%).  Lutheran seniors may have more losses in their 4 years (38-15 71.7)…but they’ve played consistently tough opponents along the way, and have proven post-season success to show for it.  The Saints have the 1A’s 6th highest SAG at 54.89, with Arlington coming in at 14th (48.69)… it’s a home game for Arlington…but both teams are in Indy… I don’t know if either has a ‘home field’… The SAG gives Lutheran the nod at 6.2 points…that could be 4+ throwing in the home field thingy.  Cal Preps has this as a close one as well…with the Saints moving on 35-27.  One last thing to throw in…Arlington players and coaches know there is no future Golden Knight Football… the school is one of three going to be shutdown by IPS this year.  What a story they are writing with their sectional win, and I’m sure they’d love to continue the chapters.

 

Fountain Central

11

1

SAG

 48.56 

(CL 15 / 146 ST)

SOS

 20.41 

 

( 304 )

Raymond Jones

30

6

0.833

(3 Years)

Seniors

39

9

 

0.813

   Averages

OFF

39.33

Def

11.92

Margin

27.42

OPPO

60

69

46.5%

+.500 OPPO

4

1

 

2016

11

2

AP #18

IFCA #13

TGD #0

Last Week

w

43

0

Attica

 

 

9

3

1A

 

 

Eastern Greene

12

0

SAG

 52.27 

(CL 8 / 129 ST)

SOS

 19.40 

 

( 308 )

Joey Paridaen

34

32

0.515

(7 Years)

Seniors

35

11

 

0.761

   Averages

OFF

43.00

Def

11.92

Margin

31.08

OPPO

53

70

43.1%

+.500 OPPO

6

0

 

2016

10

3

AP #9

IFCA #6

TGD #8

Last Week

w

33

14

North Central (Farmersburg)

10

2

1A

 

 

The Mustangs, under 3rd year coach Raymond Jones, took over a successful program from priors coaches Brian Moore and before him Rick Malone.  There has not been a losing season at FC since a 3-7 2008 year,  and a lot of hardware to show for it in Veedersburg.  Jones has only seen 6 losses under his tutelage and the seniors are 39-9, an 81.3% clip.  They opened with six wins, the closest being opening night in an 18-14 win over 7-5 3A Southmont.  The other five were for the most part, routs on the scoreboard.  50-0 over Riverton Parke (3-7); 55-8 over Turkey Run (2-8); 36-0 over 4-6 Covington; 54-8 over Seeger (4-7). Included in that streak was a 48-22 win over 9-3 Attica that folks a better understanding of how things might end in sectional 47.  The lone blemish on the Mustangs year came in week 7 as 7-3 3A South Vermillion, in their best season since ’09, shocked area fans with a 44-14 Wildcat win.  Maybe not so much the win, but the margin.  FC would rebound with a 20-14 hardnose battle with WRC foes North Vermillion (6-4), and would close out the regular portion of the year with a 40-6 win over 1-10 Rockville.  Sectional 47 is almost always a rematch with WRC opponents, and FC rolled though Covington again (54-13) then Seeger (40-14) before an anticipated rematch with Attica.  43-0 left little doubt as the Mustangs rolled for their 10th sectional crown,  7th in the 2000’s.  They have 3 regional titles to their name, having back to back state final appearances in ’09 and ’10.  FC has a state championship from back in 1983. 

 

Eastern Greene added varsity football and fielded their first team in 2003.  They would lose their first 22 games before their first win (19-6 over N.Daviess in 2005), then win again 2 weeks later (first ‘home’ win).  However, they went on to lose another 18 before earning another win in 2007.  Joey Paridaen is the 5th head coach for the program , and has the Thunderbirds gaining respect with each passing year.  His first year (2014), the Tbirds went 5-5, then 8-3, and finally a 10-3 2016 with their first Sectional title in school history, before dropping the regional to Linton 56-7.  This year, they avenged that loss with a 35-12 win over 7-4 2A Linton (their first in 18 tries), and they put the only 2 losses of the year on North Central (Farmersburg) after that.  To think they’d be 12-0 would have been a laugh after a 68-44 win to start the season over 5-5 1A Springs Valley, but the defense showed up as they hammered 4-6 2A North Knox 48-6 and 1-8 1A North Daviess 63-7 the next 2 weeks.  Eyes opened a little wider when they traveled to 7-4 2A Mitchell and left with a 48-18 win.  The next three were dominant wins: 52-0 over 0-9 Wood Memorial, 45-12 over 3-7 2A Perry Central, and 61-16 over 0-10 1A Edinburgh.  That set up the week 8 showdown with Linton that silenced many critics in the 23 point win. A battle of unbeaten ended the regular season as North Central very nearly pulled the win out on the road, but in the end EG won 22-14.  Sectional 48 started with another blasting of North Daviess 57-0, then a 41-0 blanking of 5-5 West Washington.  The much anticipated rematch of dueling Thunderbirds in Farmersburg was much more Eastern Greene than North Central, a 33-14 win.. and back to back sectionals for EG. 

 

This is the first meeting between these two schools, and one with a rich football tradition against another trying to build and gain respect across the state.  The knock on both programs is the lack of schedule strength with EG 308th out of 324 (51st in Class 1), and FC 304th, 47th.      Still,  Fountain Central has a blue ring, another 2 state runner-up runs, and 10 sectional titles.  Both EG and FC would love nothing more than to prove the nay-sayers wrong.  As for this game,  it must be mentioned that Eastern self reported the use of an ineligible player in three blow out wins (Mitchell, Perry Central and Edinburgh). Rules are rules, and this player had no effect on the outcome of any of the games.  Officially Eastern Greene site 9-3, but for all purposes have not been defeated on the field.  I’m sure this is motivation for the team, as this is by far the best season EG has experienced.  The Thunderbirds have had the home fans in Cincinnati excited with an offense putting up 43.0 ppg, 3rd in 1A, and a stingy defense allowing just 11.9 ppg; which just happens to be what the Mustang D allows.. both tied at 4th in class 1A.    When you consider that taking away S.Vermillion’s 44 points from FC’s 1 loss,  and take away the 44 from Springs Valley in EG’s first week, and both defenses drop to 9.0 ppg.  The Mustang offense are not afraid to roll up the scoreboard either, averaging 39.3 per game, 7th in 1A.  SAG Rankings favor Eastern Greene by 3.7 points, with another 2 for home game..pushing it to 5.7 margin.  31-28… a barnburner predicted by Cal Preps… giving the first regional crown in school history to Eastern Greene.  It should be an exciting atmosphere for sure!

 

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5 hours ago, Miner Pride said:

More Info for your digestion...,more or less intended to give everyone an overview of the games.  Not meant to stir any pots or steal any thunder.  Really...for those who don't necessarily have a horse in the race..but perhaps still want to know what's going on.  And have an opinion on it!  Lemme know if there is any statistical errors!

 

Regionals  1A  North and South

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Laville

 

8

 

4

 

SAG

 

 37.05 

 

(CL 20 / 197 ST)

 

SOS

 

 33.30 

 

 

 

( 232 )

 

Will Hostrawser

 

40

 

18

 

0.690

 

(5 Years)

 

Seniors

 

35

 

13

 

 

 

0.729

 

   Averages

 

OFF

 

14.00

 

Def

 

12.00

 

Margin

 

2.00

 

OPPO

 

70

 

62

 

53.0%

 

+.500 OPPO

 

4

 

3

 

 

 

2016

 

10

 

2

 

AP #0

 

IFCA #0

 

TGD #0

 

Last Week

 

w

 

10

 

7

 

Triton

 

 

 

 

 

8

 

4

 

1A

 

 

 

 

 

Pioneer

 

12

 

0

 

SAG

 

 74.04 

 

(CL 1 / 43 ST)

 

SOS

 

 32.62 

 

 

 

( 236 )

 

Adam Berry

 

26

 

1

 

0.963

 

(2 Years)

 

Seniors

 

51

 

4

 

 

 

0.927

 

   Averages

 

OFF

 

50.00

 

Def

 

5.25

 

Margin

 

44.75

 

OPPO

 

62

 

69

 

47.3%

 

+.500 OPPO

 

6

 

0

 

 

 

2016

 

14

 

1

 

AP #1

 

IFCA #1

 

TGD #1

 

Last Week

 

w

 

48

 

20

 

Lafayette Central Catholic

 

4

 

8

 

1A

 

 

 

 

 

Coach Hostrawser and his Lancers were sitting 3-4 heading into week 8.  They would be the only losses incurred the rest of the year.  After a 3-0 win over 8-4 2A North Newton to open the year, LaVille fell 22-14 to 8-4 1A Triton, then to unbeaten #1 Pioneer 41-0.  After a slim 14-0 win over 1-9 Caston, they would drop a 19-0 game to 9-2 3A Knox in week 6.  They would be blanked again in week 7 by 3-7 3A John Glenn 17-0.  The Lancers would reel off a 33-0 win over 2-8 North Judson and finish the season on a positive with a 17-10 win over 6-4 Culver.   They’d repeat those last 2 games in the sectional, but beating North Judson 30-0 and again dealing Culver a tight loss 19-16.  They went on avenge an earlier loss by beaten Triton 10-7 for their 4th  sectional crown in school history, but you’d have to go all the way back to 2003 to find the most recent on, actually back to back with 2002.  LaVille did win a regional title in 1982.  LaVille has been solid program in Coach Hostrawser’s guidance, starting with a 5-5 year in his 1st season (2013) and being in sectional championship game in each 2016, ’15 and ’14. 

 

 

 

What can be said about the 2017 Panthers that hasn’t been said. They’ve been a solid #1 all year in 1A, and considered by most everyone to be the 1A champion…some made this claim as Pioneer walked off the Lucas Oil field in last year’s defeat to Linton.  Coach Adam Berry went 14-1 in his initial season, and the Panthers have rolled to 12-0 heading into their 5th regional title game in a row.  Twice they’ve reach the state finals in the last 3 years, both times coming up empty. Could this be their year?  Looking at the results from the regular season, it’s easy to see Pioneer was never remotely in a close contest.  They didn’t allow a point in their first 5 wins, and held everyone under 8 points in all 9 games, that included 6 shutouts.  They opened with a 30-0 shelling of 7-5 2A Lewis Cass, then blasted 5-6 2A Winamac 61 zip, and their regional opponent LaVille 41-0.   Caston was next (1-9) at 52-0, following by an 80-0 crush of 2-8 North White.  8-4 1A Triton was treated the same, in a 62-8 beatdown.  9-2 3A Knox was the first to keep Pioneer’s offense under 30, but still a 28-7 Panther win.  The wins continued- 55-7 Culver (6-5 1A), and 42-0 over 2-8 North Judson.  The unfortunately luck of the draw but two top teams in sectional 42 facing off in the opening game, but Pioneer handled the 8-2 Carroll Cougars 55-21.  21 being the most points Pioneer would give up all year to date.  Pioneer set up a huge Championship tilt with LCC by reminding North White of their prowess, 46-0.  The Knights put 20 on the scoreboard at Royal Center, but it was Pioneer with 48 to move forward. 

 

 

 

It’s hard to ignore that these two met in week 3, and it was a lopsided Panther 41-0 win. Other comparisons to make—Both played a very good 9-2 3A Knox squad with different outcomes-  Pioneer won 28-7 while LaVille lost 19-0.  Same with 8-4 Triton- Pioneer won big 62-8, LaVille lose 22-14.  Both beat Winamac and Caston, but the scoring margins much closer with LaVille.  Pioneer comes into this game at Royal Center an unmitigated favorite.  Pioneer is 1st in 1A scoring at 50.0 ppg, 1st in Defense at 5.3 ppg, and 1st in winning margin (+44.8).  LaVille only average 14.0 ppg; 46th out of 64 in 1A.  Defense in still a strong suit at just 12.0 ppg, good for 7th in 1A.  The O must be able to move the ball to keep it out of Pioeer’s powerful offense… but they also must put points on the board to win.  The Panthers come in with a load of experience.  They have 9 Sectional titles, 5 regional, 3 Semi Staes, and a state title in 1997.  Their Seniors have won 51 of their 55 games., The Lancers too have had a solid senior class (35-13).  SAG leans, well I’d say builds a house on the Pioneer side of thing as the Pioneers have the highest 1A Ration at 74.04 (43rd in the state) while the Lancers are 20th in 1A with 37.05.  That makes it a prediction of a Pioneer win by 39 points.  Cal Preps from it a 38-3 Pioneer.

 

 

 

Southwood

 

11

 

1

 

SAG

 

 60.79 

 

(CL 2 / 91 ST)

 

SOS

 

 31.82 

 

 

 

( 242 )

 

Dave Snyder

 

46

 

34

 

0.575

 

(7 Years)

 

Seniors

 

33

 

14

 

 

 

0.702

 

   Averages

 

OFF

 

50.08

 

Def

 

19.17

 

Margin

 

30.92

 

OPPO

 

53

 

73

 

42.1%

 

+.500 OPPO

 

4

 

1

 

 

 

2016

 

9

 

4

 

AP #11

 

IFCA #8

 

TGD #9

 

Last Week

 

w

 

50

 

27

 

Adams Central

 

 

 

9

 

3

 

1A

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monroe Central

 

11

 

1

 

SAG

 

 57.07 

 

(CL 5 / 104 ST)

 

SOS

 

 24.69 

 

 

 

( 291 )

 

John Hochstetler

 

132

 

106

 

0.555

 

(21 Years)

 

Seniors

 

38

 

9

 

 

 

0.809

 

   Averages

 

OFF

 

40.50

 

Def

 

8.83

 

Margin

 

31.67

 

OPPO

 

52

 

75

 

40.9%

 

+.500 OPPO

 

4

 

1

 

 

 

2016

 

11

 

1

 

AP #3

 

IFCA #4

 

TGD #3

 

Last Week

 

w

 

26

 

7

 

Sheridan

 

 

 

9

 

3

 

1A

 

 

 

 

 

The Southwood Knights survived a brutal Sectional 43 that featured six of their eight teams ranked by the end of regular season.  Coach Dave Snyders’s  club  was in the middle of the pack at #11 in AP, and #8 in IFCA, behind Churubusco, Adams Central and Northfield.  Throw in South Adams and Northfield in the 7+ win club. However it would be the Knights adding their 7th Sectional title, and their 2nd in a row.  They were defeated by Adams Central in regional action 2016.  You gotta go back to 2002’s 13-1 Knight team for their last regional win (over LaVille 34-0) in a season they beat South Putnam for a State Title.  Southwood opened with 5 wins to starting the year (4-6 2A Manchester 59-18, 2-8 2A Oak Hill49-21 and a big win over 7-3 Northfield 35-6.  However week 4 saw them lose to 7-4 1A North Miami 26-21.   They went on to lopsided wins over 3-8 Wabash and winless Whitko, before what many thought was an upset in a 55-28 hammering of 5-6 3A Peru.  They disposed of 2-8 3A Maconaquah 45-7 before a rematch in Three Rivers conference championship with Northfield.  The result was the same, a win for Southwood, but a tighter contest in 47-37.  Two top contenders stood in the Knights path to sectional hardware, first 7-4 Eastside who they sent home 51-19, then with 9-3 Adams Central—whom they also sent packing 50-27.  Two big wins with big offensive outputs against two teams ranked in the top 10 in 1A most the year. 

 

 

 

The Golden Bears started football with one game in 2009 against Tri.  Week one of 2011 saw their first win in program history (20-19 over Edinburgh).  Their first winning season was in 6-5’s 2013 campaign, and they reached the sectional final game in each of the last two years falling to Adams Central on both occasions.  John Hochstetler has 21 years as a head Coach, the last 6 in Parker City, and the Bears are having their best season in school history.  They would roll though the first 8 weeks without a loss, but the knock was always in level of competition.  They would play four +.500 teams in the regular season, and win 3 of them (week 2 30-12 over 5-5 Union County; week 3 24-0 over 5-5 N. Decatur and week 7 46-21 over 6-5 Eastern Hancock.   The margin of victory over the Royals did wake up some doubters.  As expected, MC had easily handled 1-9 Cambridge City Lincoln, Union City,  Wes-Del and Anderson Prep by outscoring them 185-0.   Add to that a 56-6 win over 4-6 Tri-Central and up a season ending meeting then 9-2 Shenandoah.  The Raiders would tag the “L” on the Golden Bears to the tune of 42-20.  At 8-1, Monroe Central blew by winless Clinton Cenrtal 57-6  then 5-6 Clinton Prairie 42-12 to reach the finale with Sheridan.  It was the Golden Bears taking it by the final rally 26-7 for their first sectional title in school history.

 

 

 

You have to take notice of Southwood coming out of Sect 43.  I think most people had Churubusco and/or Adams Central in their dialogue, but the Knights got the wins impressively.  They will face 1A’s 2nd ranked scoring defense as the Bears allows just 8.8 ppg.  That should be a great battle as the Knights are the 2nd ranked scoring offense in 1A at 50.1 ppg!  Where there is a concern for Southwood fans would be a defense #20 in 1A (19.2 ppg) to Monroe Central’s 40.5 ppg offense (6th in 1A).  Both sets of seniors are winners over the career, but the Golden Bear group is 38-9 winning over 80% of their games.  SOS favors the Knights at 31.8 to 24.7, with a 6-0 record vs 2 and 3A opponents while MC has played 9 of 12 against 1A. The SAG Ratings lean towards Southwood at 60.79 (2nd best in 1A), to 57/07 (5th in 1A)… but the game being at Parker City evens that up… Still the Knights favored by just under 2 points.  Cal Preps figures it to be a touchdown difference- Southwood 35 Monroe Central 27.

 

 

 

Indianapolis Lutheran

 

10

 

2

 

SAG

 

 54.89 

 

(CL 6 / 115 ST)

 

SOS

 

 37.39 

 

 

 

( 209 )

 

Dave Pasch

 

140

 

102

 

0.579

 

(21 Years)

 

Seniors

 

38

 

15

 

 

 

0.717

 

   Averages

 

OFF

 

37.92

 

Def

 

18.58

 

Margin

 

19.33

 

OPPO

 

64

 

64

 

50.0%

 

+.500 OPPO

 

2

 

2

 

 

 

2016

 

10

 

4

 

AP #2

 

IFCA #2

 

TGD #2

 

Last Week

 

w

 

19

 

12

 

Hagerstown

 

 

 

10

 

2

 

1A

 

 

 

 

 

Indianapolis Arlington

 

9

 

2

 

SAG

 

 48.69 

 

(CL 14 / 144 ST)

 

SOS

 

 25.46 

 

 

 

( 286 )

 

Steve Moorman

 

39

 

16

 

0.709

 

(6 Years)

 

Seniors

 

22

 

7

 

 

 

0.759

 

   Averages

 

OFF

 

39.09

 

Def

 

16.82

 

Margin

 

22.27

 

OPPO

 

49

 

68

 

41.9%

 

+.500 OPPO

 

3

 

1

 

 

 

2016

 

7

 

2

 

AP #5

 

IFCA #10

 

TGD #7

 

Last Week

 

w

 

46

 

6

 

South Putnam

 

 

 

3

 

9

 

1A

 

 

 

 

 

Lutheran saw their season end in the semi-state last year at Linton in the rain and mud.  In 2015 it ended at regionals in North Vermillion. 2014 again to North Vermillion, but this time at home and in a semi-state game. Since starting football in 2005 (2 games), the Saints have come into the football world winning more than losing.  Dave Pasch tool over in 2008, with a 3-7 start, but have gone 38-13 from  ’14 to now.  They have 4 sectional and 2 Regional titles under their hood.  A win this week would give them their most wins in school history.  Coach Pasch is in this 10th year at Lutheran, but his 21st over-all, with certainly one of the tougher 1A schedules (10th; LCC was tops there).  They fell in week 2 to defending 2A champ now 3A 9-3 Cardinal Ritter 36-21, and again in week 6 to 11-1 2A Scecina.   Amongst the +.500 opponents they prevailed against in the regular season is really only 8-4 2A Triton Central whom they bet 19-7 in week 3.  That said, they have beaten several team hovering around .500: 4-6 4A Beech Grove (28-14); 4-7 2A Park Tudor (59-16); 4-6 3A Monrovia (36-29); 4-5 1A Shortridge (50-14), as well as a surprisingly close 35-28 win over 2-7 2A Speedway in week 8, and a 64-13 win over 2-8 Oldenburg.   The Saints were not challenge in the opening round of Sectional 46, skating thru 1-9 Cambridge City Lincoln 54-16, and 5-6 South Decatur 55-12.  The two favorites met in Indianapolis where Lutheran beat 10-2 Hagerstown 19-12 in a dogfight.

 

 

 

Steve Moorman came aboard as Head Coach at Arlington in 2015, and gave the Golden Knights their first winning season since a 6-5 2009 year.  They not seen a hint of Sectional success in the 2000’s winning just 2 games in 16 post season games.  There were a power in the late 90’s with back to back sectional titles in ’98 and ’99…clearly they’ve gone from a big school to a small school in terms of enrollment and classification…all things I don’t have time to clarify, but suffice to say they lost to Ben Davis in both Regional games in the 90’s.  Clearly Arlington is having their best football season in 18 years.  Like Scecina, their schedule is dull of 3A and 4A opponents.  In the W’s include an opening night 22-0 win over 3A 5-5 Manual, 38-17 over a solid 6-4 2A Heritage Christian team; a 54-12 win over 3-6 3A Indy Northwest, 20-18 over 4-7 4A Jay County, and a season ending 68-0 win over winless 3A Broad Ripple.  The two losses came to 10-2 4A Culver Academy 44-0 in week 2, and 46-26 to 4-8 1A Lafayette Central Catholic.   They knocked off 5-6 1A Clinton Prairie 49-36, and Attuckes (2-7) 55-6.   The Golden Knights drew a bye in sectional 45 opening week, and hammered 7-4 Tindley 52-0 before taking out 3-9 South Putnam 46-6 in the championship game. 

 

 

 

The SAG ratings actually have this a closer game that I would have figured.  SOS heavily lends stock to a Lutheran win, but Arlingon has put some big numbers on the scoreboard and averages 39.1 ppg (8th in 1A).  Lutheran has faced some powerful offensive teams all season, and gives up 18.6 per game, 17th in 2A.  The Saint offense is just slightly under 38 ppg, while Arlington allows 16.8 ppg.  The Arlington kids have learned to win, losing just 7 times in their senior career (29 games 75.9%).  Lutheran seniors may have more losses in their 4 years (38-15 71.7)…but they’ve played consistently tough opponents along the way, and have proven post-season success to show for it.  The Saints have the 1A’s 6th highest SAG at 54.89, with Arlington coming in at 14th (48.69)… it’s a home game for Arlington…but both teams are in Indy… I don’t know if either has a ‘home field’… The SAG gives Lutheran the nod at 6.2 points…that could be 4+ throwing in the home field thingy.  Cal Preps has this as a close one as well…with the Saints moving on 35-27.  One last thing to throw in…Arlington players and coaches know there is no future Golden Knight Football… the school is one of three going to be shutdown by IPS this year.  What a story they are writing with their sectional win, and I’m sure they’d love to continue the chapters.

 

 

 

Fountain Central

 

11

 

1

 

SAG

 

 48.56 

 

(CL 15 / 146 ST)

 

SOS

 

 20.41 

 

 

 

( 304 )

 

Raymond Jones

 

30

 

6

 

0.833

 

(3 Years)

 

Seniors

 

39

 

9

 

 

 

0.813

 

   Averages

 

OFF

 

39.33

 

Def

 

11.92

 

Margin

 

27.42

 

OPPO

 

60

 

69

 

46.5%

 

+.500 OPPO

 

4

 

1

 

 

 

2016

 

11

 

2

 

AP #18

 

IFCA #13

 

TGD #0

 

Last Week

 

w

 

43

 

0

 

Attica

 

 

 

 

 

9

 

3

 

1A

 

 

 

 

 

Eastern Greene

 

12

 

0

 

SAG

 

 52.27 

 

(CL 8 / 129 ST)

 

SOS

 

 19.40 

 

 

 

( 308 )

 

Joey Paridaen

 

34

 

32

 

0.515

 

(7 Years)

 

Seniors

 

35

 

11

 

 

 

0.761

 

   Averages

 

OFF

 

43.00

 

Def

 

11.92

 

Margin

 

31.08

 

OPPO

 

53

 

70

 

43.1%

 

+.500 OPPO

 

6

 

0

 

 

 

2016

 

10

 

3

 

AP #9

 

IFCA #6

 

TGD #8

 

Last Week

 

w

 

33

 

14

 

North Central (Farmersburg)

 

10

 

2

 

1A

 

 

 

 

 

The Mustangs, under 3rd year coach Raymond Jones, took over a successful program from priors coaches Brian Moore and before him Rick Malone.  There has not been a losing season at FC since a 3-7 2008 year,  and a lot of hardware to show for it in Veedersburg.  Jones has only seen 6 losses under his tutelage and the seniors are 39-9, an 81.3% clip.  They opened with six wins, the closest being opening night in an 18-14 win over 7-5 3A Southmont.  The other five were for the most part, routs on the scoreboard.  50-0 over Riverton Parke (3-7); 55-8 over Turkey Run (2-8); 36-0 over 4-6 Covington; 54-8 over Seeger (4-7). Included in that streak was a 48-22 win over 9-3 Attica that folks a better understanding of how things might end in sectional 47.  The lone blemish on the Mustangs year came in week 7 as 7-3 3A South Vermillion, in their best season since ’09, shocked area fans with a 44-14 Wildcat win.  Maybe not so much the win, but the margin.  FC would rebound with a 20-14 hardnose battle with WRC foes North Vermillion (6-4), and would close out the regular portion of the year with a 40-6 win over 1-10 Rockville.  Sectional 47 is almost always a rematch with WRC opponents, and FC rolled though Covington again (54-13) then Seeger (40-14) before an anticipated rematch with Attica.  43-0 left little doubt as the Mustangs rolled for their 10th sectional crown,  7th in the 2000’s.  They have 3 regional titles to their name, having back to back state final appearances in ’09 and ’10.  FC has a state championship from back in 1983. 

 

 

 

Eastern Greene added varsity football and fielded their first team in 2003.  They would lose their first 22 games before their first win (19-6 over N.Daviess in 2005), then win again 2 weeks later (first ‘home’ win).  However, they went on to lose another 18 before earning another win in 2007.  Joey Paridaen is the 5th head coach for the program , and has the Thunderbirds gaining respect with each passing year.  His first year (2014), the Tbirds went 5-5, then 8-3, and finally a 10-3 2016 with their first Sectional title in school history, before dropping the regional to Linton 56-7.  This year, they avenged that loss with a 35-12 win over 7-4 2A Linton (their first in 18 tries), and they put the only 2 losses of the year on North Central (Farmersburg) after that.  To think they’d be 12-0 would have been a laugh after a 68-44 win to start the season over 5-5 1A Springs Valley, but the defense showed up as they hammered 4-6 2A North Knox 48-6 and 1-8 1A North Daviess 63-7 the next 2 weeks.  Eyes opened a little wider when they traveled to 7-4 2A Mitchell and left with a 48-18 win.  The next three were dominant wins: 52-0 over 0-9 Wood Memorial, 45-12 over 3-7 2A Perry Central, and 61-16 over 0-10 1A Edinburgh.  That set up the week 8 showdown with Linton that silenced many critics in the 23 point win. A battle of unbeaten ended the regular season as North Central very nearly pulled the win out on the road, but in the end EG won 22-14.  Sectional 48 started with another blasting of North Daviess 57-0, then a 41-0 blanking of 5-5 West Washington.  The much anticipated rematch of dueling Thunderbirds in Farmersburg was much more Eastern Greene than North Central, a 33-14 win.. and back to back sectionals for EG. 

 

 

 

This is the first meeting between these two schools, and one with a rich football tradition against another trying to build and gain respect across the state.  The knock on both programs is the lack of schedule strength with EG 308th out of 324 (51st in Class 1), and FC 304th, 47th.      Still,  Fountain Central has a blue ring, another 2 state runner-up runs, and 10 sectional titles.  Both EG and FC would love nothing more than to prove the nay-sayers wrong.  As for this game,  it must be mentioned that Eastern self reported the use of an ineligible player in three blow out wins (Mitchell, Perry Central and Edinburgh). Rules are rules, and this player had no effect on the outcome of any of the games.  Officially Eastern Greene site 9-3, but for all purposes have not been defeated on the field.  I’m sure this is motivation for the team, as this is by far the best season EG has experienced.  The Thunderbirds have had the home fans in Cincinnati excited with an offense putting up 43.0 ppg, 3rd in 1A, and a stingy defense allowing just 11.9 ppg; which just happens to be what the Mustang D allows.. both tied at 4th in class 1A.    When you consider that taking away S.Vermillion’s 44 points from FC’s 1 loss,  and take away the 44 from Springs Valley in EG’s first week, and both defenses drop to 9.0 ppg.  The Mustang offense are not afraid to roll up the scoreboard either, averaging 39.3 per game, 7th in 1A.  SAG Rankings favor Eastern Greene by 3.7 points, with another 2 for home game..pushing it to 5.7 margin.  31-28… a barnburner predicted by Cal Preps… giving the first regional crown in school history to Eastern Greene.  It should be an exciting atmosphere for sure!

 

 

 

Definitely miss your weekly 1A threads. 2 small corrections for Fountain Central. This was sectional title 11. FC was also state runner up in 1978, losing to Lawrenceburg.

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1 hour ago, Peter Simon Veeder said:

Definitely miss your weekly 1A threads. 2 small corrections for Fountain Central. This was sectional title 11. FC was also state runner up in 1978, losing to Lawrenceburg.

 

Thanks!!  I will go update old files!!!!

 

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Boy.. there is some serious split decisions in the Southwood/Monroe Central  and the Eastern Greene/Fountain Central  games!!! 

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Great stuff to catch up on some of these other teams that I don't know much about.  Thanks for your efforts.  Quick correction - Pioneer just won its 10th sectional title.

Thanks again.

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Looks like I'm done for the day... best of luck to all for a safe exciting night of high school footbalL!!

Thanks takkle4.. I'll go back and see where I entered wrong data!

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3 hours ago, CharlieTweeder said:

Cmon LaVille dad, 39-0???

 

Lol like I've said before I'm a realist. I do think tonight' game will be a more competitive game than it was in week 3. Good luck to all the remaining teams!

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