Colerain has had a great run. The GMC has a long, storied history (not just since 2000). Princeton has won much more GMC titles than Colerain and as stated previously, more state championships. Easy to verify. Just go to the GMC website.
I have. Colerain broke Princeton's consecutive GMC Championships won streak and when it's all said and done, they will have more than the Vikings. Also, they are doing it at a time SIGNIFICANTLY more competitive than when Princeton was a power in this city, that is undisputed.Once again Princeton has done just about everything Colerain has done in the GMC , City, State , and has more state championship,
That is all in your mind. Well, you are a great fan as your title indicates. Colerain has been the most successful recently. However 3- State Championships to 1 and over 25 GMC Titles to 21 or so for Colerain clearly show who has been the most dominant. The Vikes just swept Colerain at every level with the JV and Freshman scores being a combined 60-0. Your run is over for the next few years unless some miracle coaching or recruits come quick.I have. Colerain broke Princeton's consecutive GMC Championships won streak and when it's all said and done, they will have more than the Vikings. Also, they are doing it at a time SIGNIFICANTLY more competitive than when Princeton was a power in this city, that is undisputed.
When the story of GMC football is told, it will start with the Cardinals and be closely followed by the "old, traditional powers" of Princeton and to a much lesser extent, Middletown.
#FakeNewsColerain was blessed with amazing talent for years. Bolden saw the well drying up and bolted.
Maybe, maybe not. 2020 should not be a measuring stick for anybody for what direction the program is headed. This year has been a $how from the beginning because of Covid and what it's done to normal preparation. Once could very reasonably make a case that if Colerain had had a normal summer to get their offense together, they would have scored more than 10 points in week one against Lakota West. That is not a lost to expect. Additionally, I agree whole-heartedly with my colleague coletrain06, in that I honestly don't believe that Princeton could duplicate what they did last Friday to Colerain a 2nd time. I believe in the coaching staff and the players on the team to adjust and hold on to a 17 point 4th quarter lead if they were to face off again.Seeing a slow decline in this program.
You are correct. They didn't set the standard...Princeton era of domination was a tougher era to make playoffs only 4 teams qualified for the playoffs at that time, sometimes 9-1 or 8-2 didn’t get u in, also Princeton had to deal with Moe who set the standard of qualifying and winning state championship, Colerain has been good for the GMC but don’t think they set the standards for GMC football because Princeton did that along time ago
Colerain has been dominant in the GMC. They were an also ran in the HCA back in the day. Oak Hills ruled the roost. Funny how things can turn over time. Princeton was the yardstick for tough back then. Funny though, in the big picture schools are still looking up at the Catholics.
I remember growing up in the 70s Dayton area. And it was always moe and Princeton were always the Big time teams.