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NLCTigerFan07

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  1. Yeah it is highly unfortunate that over the last 4 years I would say our NLC thread has dropped tremendously in participation. I would say a majority of comments come from about 3-4 of us at most. As well, I would agree with @DT here some in the sense that I do not feel like the forum gets a lot of exposure. I would bet if more people knew about it, they would get on it and add comments. I am not as in touch with current parents of players and other supporters at Warsaw anymore as I do not live in the area, but I keep updated by listening/watching games and reading game recap articles on Satur
  2. I gotta be honest - I LOVE this set up for bleachers. EVERY row is between the 40's, not a single bad seat in the house! As for my input, I love East Noble's stadium situated right near Bixler Lake. The same goes for Culver Academies stadium on the north end of Lake Maxinkuckee.
  3. It is stuck at 3A. Schools cannot drop below their enrollment class
  4. This past Saturday marked the fourth week of the HCAC's spring season. Results: Franklin 26 - Bluffton 21 *A game in which Franklin led the entire time and Bluffton scored late to make it a one score game. The Griz were very balanced on offense and won the turnover battle (+2) which likely was the main reason for their victory. As well, a shoutout to Franklin punter Dylan Boswell (Jennings County) averaging 41.3 yards per punt with 3 pinned inside the 20 yard line. Franklin moves to 3-1, while Bluffton drops to 2-2. Hanover 27 - Rose-Hulman 24 *A fantastic back and forth game tha
  5. Has absolutely nothing to do with this thread.
  6. This past Saturday marked the third week of the HCAC's spring season. Results: Mount St. Joseph 56 - Franklin 19 *The Griz scored quickly in the game on a 2 minute possession to start, but the Lions put up 49 straight unanswered points to put the game away midway in the 3rd quarter. Mount dominated the box score, including quarterback Josh Taylor who accounted for 7 of their 8 touchdowns (2 passing, 5 rushing, 392 total yards). MSJ moves to 1-1 on the spring season, while Franklin drops their first game and moves to 2-1. Hanover 51 - Bluffton 44 *The Panthers pounded the rock on
  7. This past Saturday marked the second week of the HCAC's spring season. Results: Franklin 50 - Manchester 3 *As @btownqbcoach1 mentioned above, Derek Thompson and the Grizzlies ground game punshied the Spartan defense this week. Franklin rushed for 402 yards as a team in their thrashing of Manchester. Griz move to 2-0 this spring season while Manchester falls to 0-2. Bluffton 35 - Anderson 27 *Same story different week for the Ravens. 10 more first downs, 81 more total yards, and 57 MORE plays than the Beavers, but turnovers (4 INTs) stop their comeback short again. Bluffton fairl
  8. Anderson University - Anderson, Indiana - Ravens Bluffton University - Bluffton, Ohio - Beavers Defiance College - Defiance, Ohio - Yellow Jackets Earlham College - Richmond, Indiana - Quakers (dropped football a few years ago) Franklin College - Franklin, Indiana - Grizzlies Hanover College - Hanover, Indiana - Panthers Manchester University - North Manchester, Indiana - Spartans Mount St. Joseph University - Cincinnati, Ohio - Lions Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology - Terre Haute, Indiana - Fightin' Engineers Transylvania University - Lexington,
  9. Thanks for sharing! Loved going to Bishop Dullaghan camp in high school, and then coached a few years as a college coach and then player at his camps. Great man
  10. I would imagine with JV games and college football games on Saturdays, there is already a shortage of referees. Makes it difficult on that end without a doubt. As well, most schools probably do not have a big enough coaching staff to cover a Saturday filled with Varsity film/recovery workout, JV game, and Freshman game.
  11. This past Saturday marked the first week of the HCAC's spring season. Results: Rose-Hulman 52 - Defiance 6 *Engineers had 531 total yards of offense while holding the Yellow Jackets to 124 total yards (including -9 rushing) Bluffton 49 - Manchester 14 *Beavers extremely balanced on offense (223 yds passing / 201 yds rushing) while forcing 8 turnovers by the Spartans (6 INTs, 2 lost fumbles) Franklin 55 - Anderson 48 *Both teams combined for 1,317 total yards of offense as neither defense appeared to show up. The Ravens dominated the statistics (40 first downs, 153 yds rush
  12. What do you mean? For the NLC, the frehsmen play the Thursday night AFTER the varsity teams play. So in the NLC's example, they play the Thursday night before the first night of sectional play the following night.
  13. Same for the NLC which shares the geographical footprint of the NIC. Thursday night freshman game, Saturday morning JV games. Warsaw has a freshman team, but I think some teams over the last few years have had to cancel games due to numbers. This year Plymouth did not have a freshman team so Warsaw played FW Snider. I think the NorthWood game was cancelled due to COVID with the Panthers because the JV team did not play NorthWood either.
  14. My response was more concerning the fact that you said "yes" to the question of whether or not you'd feel the same way concerning a student enrolling in an out-of-district school for the purpose of advancing themselves academically. For example, I could not imagine being against a student at Triton or Wawasee coming to Warsaw because we have a vastly superior (insert whatever academic area) program than what their schools can offer. I see no reason why their family should be forced to move to Warsaw school district just for that.
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