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RockUrWorld

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  1. Let's face it ... any other player on Brentwood and it probably would have only been a yellow. Mr. Jacobs acts as if every foul committed against him is intentional and the offending player should be carded, flops at the brush of a feather, taunts the crowd at will, and is probably not the most well liked player due to his own sportsmanship. It's hard to give this kind of player the benefit of the doubt. What comes around goes around. Like I said earlier, I just hope he learns something positive from this experience. He knows the rules. What I witnessed afterward was a player that knew he had just made a huge mistake. He'd better hope they don't lose the next two straight or its gonna hurt more! Learn from it. Deal with it. I look forward to a another hard fought game WITHOUT all the drama and antics.
  2. Congrats to Indy on beating Centennial. Not to take anything away from their win, but I wouldn't say that either of their goals were that incredible and due more to defensive mistakes on CHS than good ball handling on the part of Indy. In fact, I believe the first was an "own goal". Indy did play tough defense and deserved the win. And tonite you really needed to win. Nice job. On the red card to Brad Jacobs, I only hope that he can learn something from this. It really took the wind out of Brentwood's sails and this is going to be a bit of an obstacle playing without him. Nevertheless, I think Brentwood will still come out on top of Indy.
  3. Congrats to all the winners tonight. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to make a single game tonite. Now here is where it gets interesting. I plan to watch both games. Like I said before I'm hoping for an upset of Brentwood by Franklin. It's entirely possible. Rest up and be ready for Wednesday! It's gonna rock.
  4. Wow, that was incredible insight! Can you elaborate?
  5. So, the first round of the tournament is set: @Brentwood (1) v. Overton (8) @Centennial (2) v. Hillwood (7) @Independence (3) v. Hillsboro (6) @Franklin (4) v. Ravenwood (5) Brentwood should pretty much roll over Overton. Funny how much difference a year makes. Brad Jacaobs was quoted by Chip Cirillo of the Tennessean (by the way based on Chip's articles so far this year, he is head over heals with Brentwood ... at least he is covering Soccer!) as saying he wanted to be the first Brentwood team to go undefeated and win State. Puke. In my opinion this is a long shot ... I think last year's Overton would trounce on this Brentwood team of "individuals". Centennial versus Hillwood. Should be a definite blowout for Centennial after beating Hillwood last week 8-0 on their home field. Hillwood has some talent, but they make so many mistakes. Unless Centennial comes out over confident they should win this matchup. Their main task will be to avoid injuries. Centennial controls the ball well and is probably the strongest defensive team in the district. OK, these last two matches are where it gets interesting. Hillsboro has the potential to upset. Independence is a team missing a leader. The only thing for sure about Indy is that they will have by far the most obnoxious fans at the game. If Hillsboro can score first, they can silence the fans and possibly win, since I think the only think inspiring about Indy is their fans. Franklin is coming off of a painful loss to Centennial. I'm not willing to say how this game will go, but I think home field advantage will be a major factor. Can Boothie lead his team to victory? I sure hope so. Having Franklin in the final round will give it more excitement. Is it really that exciting to beat Ravenwood this year? In the second round, I'd like to see Franklin upset Brentwood, and Hillsboro put a finish to Indy. I'm sorry but I see Indy nothing but an annoyance. A Franklin vs. Centennial final would be the best game in the last five years. Brentwood deserves to eat a little humble pie. Now, you all know that I am just trying to get some conversation going. Come on Rebelj chime in. Come on Boothie and tell us how Franklin is going to shake off the tough losses they've had this season. Come on, this is one of the toughest districts in the State. Let's talk it up!!
  6. Centennial won a nail biter over Franklin 2-1. Brentwood beat Ravenwood 2-0 Final Standings 1. Brentwood 7 -0 -0 2. Centennial 6 - 1 - 0 3. Independence 4 - 2 - 1 4. Franklin 3 -3- 1 5. Ravenwood 2 - 4 - 1 6. Hillsboro 2 - 4 - 1 7. Hillwood 1 - 6 - 0 8. Overton 1 - 6 - 0 So the first round of the Tournament should be set: @Brentwood (1) v. Overton (8) @Centennial (2) v. Hillwood (7) @Independence (3) v. Hillsboro (6) @Franklin (4) v. Ravenwood (5) Winners will play the Semi-Finals at Ravenwood on Wed, May 7, tenatively at 5:00pm and 7:00pm. (Mostl likely Brentwood vs Franklin and Centennial vs Independence.) District Final will be played at Ravenwood on Thur, May 8, tenatively at 7:00m. My personal prediction is that the FINAL is a game between Brentwood and Centennial. However, Franklin & Independence are strong enough upset the inevitable. It's going to be a great tournament!
  7. I've heard May 5th at the higher seed's school, May 7th at 5:00pm & 7:00pm at Ravenwood, and May 8th at 7:0pm at Ravenwood. Times are subject to change after a coaches meeting this Saturday. Dates are firm.
  8. I know the games will be played on May 5, 6, & 8 at Ravenwood (or at least this is what I've been told). Does any one have any more details like game start times? I know the seeding is not final yet, but I'm someone knows the schedule.
  9. The game is at Centennial at 7pm. I'm confident Boothie will clear it up before the night is over ...
  10. Like I said "Brentwood HANDS DOWN"!!!! .... And I don't even like Brentwood.
  11. The spanking doesn't begin until Tuesday.
  12. Centennial beat Overton tonite 3-0. Centennial plays @ Hillwood - 6pm Tuesday and @home against Franklin on Thursday - 7pm. New standings: Team _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Games left to play: 1. Brentwood 5 -0 -0 (Ravenwood/Independence) 2. Independence 4 - 1 - 1 (Brentwood) 3. Centennial 4 - 1 - 0 (Franklin/Hillwood) 4. Franklin 3 -2 - 1 (Centennial) 5. Ravenwood 2 - 3 -0 (Hillsboro/Brentwood) 6. Hillsboro 2 - 4 -0 (Ravenwood) 7. Hillwood 1 - 5 -0 (Centennial) 8. Overton 1- 6 - 0 (Centennial)
  13. Bradley Jacobs, #12, was responding to the taunting of Centennial students at the game. He had just wiped out when his brakes blew out after rushing the goalie. All around ... it was quite hilarious. The argument between the Centennial players was the result of crossed signals in "forming a wall" to combat a direct kick. I don't think it will happen again. Emotions were running high since it was shortly after Brentwood scoring. Rebelj, I agree with you. I think Centennial will end up being one of the top teams along with Brentwood this year in the 11AAA. Centennials mistake last night was holding on too long to their defensive-leaning game plan after Brentwood had scored.
  14. Was that a paid advertisement by the City Paper?
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