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  1. I’m guessing Highland might say something similar about you.
  2. They’ve got some holes to plug but I’d say they’re still the definite team to beat in 5A as of now. I agree I doubt they’ll completely steamroll the DAC like they did last year, but they’re still undoubtedly the top dogs. Valpo and especially City lost a lot of good players. The QB the Ville has this year is supposedly pretty good and they’ve replenished with more stud transfers. Anything less than a trip to LOS this year will have to be considered a disappointment imo.
  3. I believe Hobart won 19 in a row, which I think is the record. Funny thing is then they didn’t win a sectional for 20 years after that streak ended.
  4. Don’t sleep on Park Tudor. Going North is definitely a boost for them imo. The North is deeper but the South is so top-heavy with Lutheran and Covenant. They played Lutheran tough in a post season loss last year. I could see them making a run.
  5. With how they’ve been playing the last few years it seems bound to happen. You definitely can’t pencil in Chatard just yet.
  6. I am aware. Think you’d have to put Marian slightly ahead of them.
  7. One team I’d add to the list of losers would be Marian. If Chatard had stayed in 4A, you’d have to think they’d be the favorites to get out of the north in 3A. Now it looks like they might get stone-walled at semi-state yet again.
  8. Last year they were a 500 team. This year isn’t last year.
  9. Jeff could take out CP potentially, but the Bulldogs are definite favorites. Merrillville will have no problem in their sectional.
  10. CP is definitely a team to watch out for in the coming years. Absolutely stacked coaching staff and they improved greatly over the course of this past season. Wouldn’t be surprised to see them make a run in the next few years. I don’t see any other team in Merrillville’s sectional being a threat. The pirates are now the transfer destination that Morton was under Richards. I think JoJo Johnson, Dierre Kelly, & Josh Hardy transferring to the Ville was a game changer. The fact that Morton made their schedule significantly easier after one year tells me they’re admitting they highly overrated how good they’d be post-consolidation. Central has seemingly the right guy for the job in Hudak but it’s an uphill battle to say the least. Munster is a disaster and it’s a tragedy that the program was allowed to go off the rails like it did. Right now I think the Pirates could beat any of those teams with their JV squad. If that sectional stays in tact, maybe in the future the Ville will have to work for a sectional trophy, but likely not in the next 2 years.
  11. Biggest winner is the DAC imo. With the way sectionals will likely be paired, only Mishawaka, Snider or Dwenger stand in their way of a trip to LOS every year. And with Cathedral in 6A this cycle there’s a realistic shot at a Duneland team bringing home some blue rings in the next two years.
  12. Rip to the legendary Les Grobstein, longtime late night 670 the score host who died in January, who recorded this absolutely priceless rant.
  13. That’s why Morton was terrible before him and has been terrible since he left right? Not to say open enrollment didn’t help him, but to say that he was just ‘in the right place at the right time’ is laughable.
  14. Morton hasn’t been the same since he left. Great coach and a good guy. Him and Mason have been quite the combo at City, would be funny if he left for a rival.
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