I live elseehwere than in a CHL community. I'm an ECC guy, but it's the same perception to me, even though ECC is bigger. Walnut Hills had their years of recruiting across the state.I keep seeing people say small communities with their kids. How many kids stay in their community there whole life. People move for whatever reason how do you stop that from happening. And I'm lost if a kid moves into your community are they not apart of your community now. Don't they become your kids at that point? Or are they not your kids. Then the word dominates. If you dominate it should be the whole league, not just a few. If I recall DP only won the league 1 time since Gentry been there. So where is this domination because I don't see it? Now if you say the new kids help them to compete against the other teams in the league I would say yes. To me, it evens out the playing field. But for most of yall yall just want to see Wyoming and IH win it every year. JUST SAY THAT...
When players come in and are flagrantly recruited to dominate, it's ridiculous. I'm sure you'd agree with that. And don't get into any semantics about how Deer Park fell into some good players. EVERY SINGLE PERSON in the city knows it's been a farce. I see no difference when Reading recuited a state title team years ago. A total farce. To act like it's natural and part of the flow, it's not. Not at all.
You can play the "globalization" card if you want, but you're not fooling anyone.
I have ZERO problem if my team, from say, Taylor, gets my a$$ whooped by wyoming and indian hill kids. I have a huge problem if a coach from any other school, say Madeira or Mariemont, brings in dudes to wipe everyone out. I DONT CARE what school does it, it's crap. Everyone knows it. Your post is filled with dishonesty and eatin' grins, referring to "if people move in..."
i would assume that 75% of the league does NOT want to see wyoming and IH win every year. I can most assuredly say that