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Debating this with a friend today.....In your opinion, what are the premier coaching jobs in each class? Essentially, if you could the coaching job of your choice in each of the six classes, what would those jobs be? Can list multiple jobs in each class. 

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9 minutes ago, DannEllenwood said:

1A-Pioneer

2A-Whiting

3A-West Lafayette

4A-Mishawaka

5A-Columbus East

6A-Penn

Pioneer moving to 2A.  Mishawaka moving to 5A.  Who else ya got?

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1a. South Newton

2a. Lake Station

3a. Hammond Clark

4a. Gary West

5a. Greenfield-Central

6a. Jeffersonville

 

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6 hours ago, HanShotFirst said:

Pioneer moving to 2A.  Mishawaka moving to 5A.  Who else ya got?

Columbus East will be moving up to 6A.

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13 hours ago, Muda69 said:

1a. South Newton

2a. Lake Station

3a. Hammond Clark

4a. Gary West

5a. Greenfield-Central

6a. Jeffersonville

 

Murderers row

 

LOL

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2 hours ago, DT said:

Murderers row

 

LOL

Nowhere to go but up, right?

 

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5 minutes ago, Muda69 said:

Nowhere to go but up, right?

 

 

Remember  Takes a lot longer to turn around a cruise ship then it does a speed boat.  

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1A - North Vermillion/Parke Heritage

2A - Pioneer/Southridge

3A - West Lafayette/Tri-West

4A - Evansville Reitz/East Central

5A - New Pal/Snider

6A - Ben Davis/Center Grove/Carmel/Warren Central

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2 minutes ago, CoachNolting said:

 

Remember  Takes a lot longer to turn around a cruise ship then it does a speed boat.  

Yes.  But why are government high school football programs classified as "cruise ships"?   

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Natural enrollment classes, public schools only

1A: Pioneer (great community support, football foundation, sustained talent) / Sheridan (you don't want to be the one following the legend, but it's a football-crazy community that has long had success)
2A: Bremen (always there, has had a great football culture for generations) / Southridge (sports-crazy community, generally good). 
3A: West Lafayette (probably the smallest true "college town" school in the state, but a good 3A with a generally-supportive community) / Heritage Hills (again, always there, great foundation, great community). 
4A: New Palestine (suburban Indy, great admin, rapid growth, community is football-crazy, lots of recent success, will be 5A for 3rd straight cycle but is a mid-sized 4A by enrollment) / East Central (suburban Cincinnati, rapid growth, community is football-crazy, lots of historic success) / Evansville Reitz (insane community support, college-level facilities)
5A: Bloomington South (college town, football is a BIG deal there) / Columbus East (great program / pipeline / community support / open enrollment gives you access to the entire county) / FW Snider (has become the destination for public school athletes in Fort Wayne)
6A: Carmel / Warren Central / Ben Davis (gigantic enrollments, lots of athletes, chance to win a state title virtually every year)

If you throw p/ps in there, Chatard, Cathedral, Dwenger, Reitz, Roncalli, Memorial, Luers would be in the mix. Those teams have a chance to win a state title virtually every year. 

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1 hour ago, Muda69 said:

Yes.  But why are government high school football programs classified as "cruise ships"?   

lol.  I see your point.  Maybe a container ship is a better analogy... 

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Can't believe nobody has put Mount Vernon Fortville for 5A with their latest facility upgrade!

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52 minutes ago, CoachNolting said:

lol.  I see your point.  Maybe a container ship is a better analogy... 

Some days it feels more like a shrimp boat LOL

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50 minutes ago, CoachVeatch said:

Some days it feels more like a shrimp boat LOL

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6 hours ago, crimsonace1 said:

Natural enrollment classes, public schools only

1A: Pioneer (great community support, football foundation, sustained talent) / Sheridan (you don't want to be the one following the legend, but it's a football-crazy community that has long had success)
2A: Bremen (always there, has had a great football culture for generations) / Southridge (sports-crazy community, generally good). 
3A: West Lafayette (probably the smallest true "college town" school in the state, but a good 3A with a generally-supportive community) / Heritage Hills (again, always there, great foundation, great community). 
4A: New Palestine (suburban Indy, great admin, rapid growth, community is football-crazy, lots of recent success, will be 5A for 3rd straight cycle but is a mid-sized 4A by enrollment) / East Central (suburban Cincinnati, rapid growth, community is football-crazy, lots of historic success) / Evansville Reitz (insane community support, college-level facilities)
5A: Bloomington South (college town, football is a BIG deal there) / Columbus East (great program / pipeline / community support / open enrollment gives you access to the entire county) / FW Snider (has become the destination for public school athletes in Fort Wayne)
6A: Carmel / Warren Central / Ben Davis (gigantic enrollments, lots of athletes, chance to win a state title virtually every year)

If you throw p/ps in there, Chatard, Cathedral, Dwenger, Reitz, Roncalli, Memorial, Luers would be in the mix. Those teams have a chance to win a state title virtually every year. 

Don't forget about LCC and Linton in 1A. They've had a few "down" years, but they'll be back in no time.

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Anyone who has driven to Indy on US 31 knows that Westfield has great facilities and they've had success lately as well.

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7 hours ago, crimsonace1 said:

Natural enrollment classes, public schools only

1A: Pioneer (great community support, football foundation, sustained talent) / Sheridan (you don't want to be the one following the legend, but it's a football-crazy community that has long had success)
2A: Bremen (always there, has had a great football culture for generations) / Southridge (sports-crazy community, generally good). 
3A: West Lafayette (probably the smallest true "college town" school in the state, but a good 3A with a generally-supportive community) / Heritage Hills (again, always there, great foundation, great community). 
4A: New Palestine (suburban Indy, great admin, rapid growth, community is football-crazy, lots of recent success, will be 5A for 3rd straight cycle but is a mid-sized 4A by enrollment) / East Central (suburban Cincinnati, rapid growth, community is football-crazy, lots of historic success) / Evansville Reitz (insane community support, college-level facilities)
5A: Bloomington South (college town, football is a BIG deal there) / Columbus East (great program / pipeline / community support / open enrollment gives you access to the entire county) / FW Snider (has become the destination for public school athletes in Fort Wayne)
6A: Carmel / Warren Central / Ben Davis (gigantic enrollments, lots of athletes, chance to win a state title virtually every year)

If you throw p/ps in there, Chatard, Cathedral, Dwenger, Reitz, Roncalli, Memorial, Luers would be in the mix. Those teams have a chance to win a state title virtually every year. 

You should see the facilities at Southridge too!

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On ‎2‎/‎27‎/‎2019 at 3:47 PM, Muda69 said:

1a. South Newton

2a. Lake Station

3a. Hammond Clark

4a. Gary West

5a. Greenfield-Central

6a. Jeffersonville

 

No Frankfort????

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I've seen a lot of football but IMO.  The best programs have a great gameday environment.  Heritage Hills and Brownstown would be at or near the top.  Evansville Mater Dei or Reitz in the bowl is a great atmosphere.   Pioneer surely has a great environment and I've heard Linton is lit on Friday nights.  I would consider all of these Premier jobs because the fan bases are very good.

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18 hours ago, AG said:

Anyone who has driven to Indy on US 31 knows that Westfield has great facilities and they've had success lately as well.

We drive by Westfield all the time when heading up to visit family.  My son loves the field at Westfield.

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On 2/28/2019 at 10:06 AM, Hoosier Hawk said:

Can't believe nobody has put Mount Vernon Fortville for 5A with their latest facility upgrade!

I see the potential but pretty poor community support for the better part of the last decade.  Hopefully that can change for their sake and the sake of the HHC

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