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tnhoosier last won the day on January 11 2016

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  1. Huh? Didn’t say anything about how good York is. Just stated the fact that York beat McMinn Central, and Dekalb is capable of beating them too. Will they? I don’t know, but if they play solid they should have a shot. If they play poorly they will get beat, but they definitely earned the opportunity when they beat CCHS and UHS.
  2. Only thing embarrassing is that comment. If you didn't know, York beat McMinn Central at Christmas by double digits. McMinn Central is at best solid. Nothing more. Dekalb should dominate them inside. Ferrell could have a field day. Even if she doesn't, if you can beat CCHS and Upperman you are more than equipped to beat McMinn at home. But Dekalb will have to play a solid game, just can't be terrible, and they have a shot.
  3. If it wasn't for the one Dekalb guard going off in the 1sr qtr game might've been 30 at the half. When normalcy prevailed it was a physical dominance. Dekalb boys play hard, there is ZERO shame in that! They play hard and with sportsmanship. Just limited physically. From posts on here the expectations are totally unrealistic from the home people. They just aren't very good.... But they do compete and that's a testament to the kids and the coach.
  4. I'm just saying that I didn't walk out of either game thinking "Wow, those two teams were on another level", may just be me though.
  5. Upperman 49, York 34 Macon 60, York 45 Same differential. All I will say is if both those teams are 2 of the top 6 teams in the state in AA, then AA is not very good this season. Neither knocked my eyes out. Macon is the favorite but wouldn't shock me in the least if Upperman won.... They shouldn't but it won't surprise me if they do.
  6. Just as an outside observer, comparing the boys to the girls at Dekalb is a strange argument. Dekalb boys are limited in talent in my opinion, from what saw. Boys basketball is not comparable to girls. You have 2-3 good players in girls basketball you are above average and usually pretty dang good..... In boys that's an equation for a 10-20 season, if you're lucky. Perimeter shooting- mediocre at best. Dribble penetration- below average. Lock down defenders- few & far between Not trying to be overly critical, but if anybody in Smithville thought this was a top half of the district team before the season started they weren't being honest. They are were most of the people outside of Smithville thought they'd be. Talent is not there right now. Those fingers need to be pointed at the elementary/middle school boys coaches in my opinion..... Not the guy who has had the HS job since early summer. Talent is developed young these days!
  7. 1. Stone Memorial 2. Cookeville 3. Rhea County / White County 5. Warren County
  8. Not much to update, we haven't stopped them once, Upperman dominating offensively so far up 35-14 at half
  9. Other than Cookeville, Upperman schedule to this point has been arguably weaker than York's. I mean they beat DeKalb, Cannon, Cumberland & Smith who are honestly not very good. Livingston to this point anyway has been mediocre at best (3-3 with wins over White Co, Cumberland Co and beat Smith Co by 10). I'd venture to say Oneida & Coalfield would beat every team on the Bee's schedule so far fairly easily except CHS & LA. And wouldn't shock me at all if LA went to Oneida and lost. Neither team has played a very tough schedule to this point imo anyway.
  10. Good luck at Rockwood and the rest of the season.
  11. Not downing Oneida at all. Just heard all week that you must've seen the Harriman game every time someone said York was better. All I'm saying is so far anyway, you guys were York's Harriman game. We still won. Take away the first drive and York stunk the entire 1st half, absolutely dominated the 2nd half.... And without the 2 fumbles almost assuredly wins by at least 18 probably more, on the road in a very tough environment. You got a tough, hard nosed team but if they couldn't beat the Dragons tonight they were never going to.
  12. Oneida has a solid football team without question, but York is realistically 3-4 TDs better this year.... Without the 2 fumbles. But Oneida is a hard nosed football team that doesn't give up anything easy. Dragons 5-0 on the season with only 1 home game. On to Baxter to face Upperman for the region #1 spot next week.
  13. Saw Clarkrange beat Gibson Co like a govt mule this summer. I will agree that Greenfield is the front-runner in Single A in my opinion.
  14. All you mentioned are good, just personally I think Fleming is in top 5. You swap her out with any of the ones you named and I don't think they would put up any better numbers than Fleming does in the same situation. Several good players in that district who solid arguments can be made for.
  15. Huh? I'm a little confused. Macon, Upperman had 6 players each mentioned by name. York had 2.
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