Federal League 2022

Who will win the Federal League in 2022?

  • GlenOak Golden Eagles

    Votes: 7 4.7%
  • Green Bulldogs

    Votes: 14 9.4%
  • Hoover Vikings

    Votes: 11 7.4%
  • Jackson Polar Bears

    Votes: 9 6.0%
  • Lake Blue Streaks

    Votes: 34 22.8%
  • McKinley Bulldogs

    Votes: 61 40.9%
  • Perry Panthers

    Votes: 13 8.7%

  • Total voters
    149
FEDERAL LEAGUE FOOTBALL 2022 FINAL STANDINGS

Lake Blue Streaks (5-1) (12-2) Co-Champion
McKinley Bulldogs (5-1) (6-6) Co- Champion

Hoover Vikings (4-2) (8-4)
Jackson Polar Bears (2-4) (6-6)
GlenOak Golden Eagles (2-4) (4-7)
Green Bulldogs (2-4) (4-7)
Perry Panthers (1-5) (4-7)
Didn't realize Perry finished last again, wonder how long the Perry faithful will tolerate the possibility of another sub-par finish in 2023
 

Jconway

Active member
This is exactly what I am talking about when talking about dumb off topic Massillon fans

1. Lake RB high ankle sprain
2. On their 3 rd string center ( first four plays were snapped over QB head )
3 all fed punter broke his arm
4. Down 3 d line men.

football is a game of injuries and next man up but the dumb Massillon fan who posts a spongebob pic about a high school punter. That says everything. I have never been a fan of private schools but I hope hoban beats the beechwood bengals in a blowout
 

Head Linesman

Active member
This is exactly what I am talking about when talking about dumb off topic Massillon fans

1. Lake RB high ankle sprain
2. On their 3 rd string center ( first four plays were snapped over QB head )
3 all fed punter broke his arm
4. Down 3 d line men.

football is a game of injuries and next man up but the dumb Massillon fan who posts a spongebob pic about a high school punter. That says everything. I have never been a fan of private schools but I hope hoban beats the beechwood bengals in a blowout
they are so obsessed with rubbing everyone in stark county's nose in it all the time.

and they wonder why everybody in Stark County hates their guts and wishes ill for them.
 

Head Linesman

Active member
That's why I don't consider them part of Stark County. They don't deserve it.
ummmm becca moore was urging all Stark County fans to abandon Perry Local when they played LaSalle for the State Championship in 2015 the first year after they came to Massillon.

she posted on social media for everyone in Stark County to wear Red for LaSalle.

she posted pictures of herself posing with Munford's mother or grandmother whichever it was.

and they think they can get the Fed to take them for all sports except football, because they don't want to lower themselves to being in the Fed for football.

and their idiot strength coach Danny Studer makes T shirts proclaiming Massillon to be Federal League Champions and they think its just ducky.
 

IceDad34

Active member
they are so obsessed with rubbing everyone in stark county's nose in it all the time.

and they wonder why everybody in Stark County hates their guts and wishes ill for them.
If you really watch it’s only a few idiots doing it from Massillon. It’s like they have there phone set up to alert them so they can respond. Adults living on here to comment is almost comical . Massillon definitely loves there football. But damn there is a few that live through it. I’ll be at Erie watching tonight.

HO……..BAN !!! 😳
 

Head Linesman

Active member
If you really watch it’s only a few idiots doing it from Massillon. It’s like they have there phone set up to alert them so they can respond. Adults living on here to comment is almost comical . Massillon definitely loves there football. But damn there is a few that live through it. I’ll be at Erie watching tonight.

HO……..BAN !!! 😳
they are a disgrace to what should be celebrated as something good: Paul Brown motto of "Excellence in All Things"
 

Wrestling245

Well-known member
I think Hoover and McKinley are the frontrunners. Hoover is going to have a veteran team that is strong on both sides of the ball like Lake this year and Green last year. For McKinley, I doubt any team in the league will be able to stop Nino Hill.
Agreed. Believe those two are the front runners. I think Lake will once again have a strong squad.
 
Hoover will have good skill, but lose their entire offense line and running back. They lose all 3 linebackers and 2 dline. They will be a heavily loaded junior team, with that said, I think they’re a year away. I think Lake and McKinley are still the favorites
 

Bull GreenDog

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Hoover will have good skill, but lose their entire offense line and running back. They lose all 3 linebackers and 2 dline. They will be a heavily loaded junior team, with that said, I think they’re a year away. I think Lake and McKinley are still the favorites
Doesn't Lake also lose most of their linemen? The Streaks had some 3-year starters playing up front who aren't going to be easy to replace.
 

doubtme

Well-known member
McKinley has to be the favorite until they don't win a league title or a share of it. Jackson should improve at QB with the young freshman getting good experience this year. I think he can be pretty good.

Hoover and Lake will be right in the mix again I think as well. Hard to beat the Hoover tradition in the Fed. It's why I always feel like they will be in title contention until the end.
 

Bluestreakoffice

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I think they lose 3 starters on the line if I’m not mistaken. But they do return their entire line backing core who was very good for them this year. Defense should be really stout.
We lose 2 starters off the O line, Jack McAvinew #76, and Stiles Diesz #71...you could say Hayden Wells #74..but he didn't play all year due to an injury.....A couple of Juniors and Sophomores did get a lot of playing time...so the drop off will not be as severe. Skill positions lose Butler as a rotating QB...I would keep an eye on Noah Kubasky #10....Dylan Snyder, Matthew Sollenberger and Landon Gardner are gone....but there is some depth there and possible surprises.

Defense the Linebackers and defensive backs are pretty solid..D lineman we lose a great success story Bryce Talkington #48...he never played football before and didn't know the game...if he doesn't get hurt against Perry he would have been a great asset during the playoffs. Other D lineman that will be hard to replace is Riley Fuimaono #54, Brody Morgan #63, Nathan Sponseller #68, but with all the injuries and moving people around we did find some young guys who can play, just need be dedicated to the weight room. Then there is replacing #6 at strong safety.

I think one of the hardest people to replace will be Will Butler....his intensity on how to play showed the team coasting is not acceptable.

Jv lost 2 games, Freshman lost 2 games...which is surprising...there is a drop off of talent with this class. The 8th grade looks promising...we had 2 8th grade teams..it will be interesting to see how that carries over to next year.

Currently we will not lose any coaches but that can change. This group of coaches has a ton of experience...you saw that with how they had the next man up available. Like I said before great kids always...every year a different group of kids for the coaches to coach. Which means you play with the kids you have. I believe this is Lake's best overall set of coaches as a group....ever.
 

wildcat71

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We lose 2 starters off the O line, Jack McAvinew #76, and Stiles Diesz #71...you could say Hayden Wells #74..but he didn't play all year due to an injury.....A couple of Juniors and Sophomores did get a lot of playing time...so the drop off will not be as severe. Skill positions lose Butler as a rotating QB...I would keep an eye on Noah Kubasky #10....Dylan Snyder, Matthew Sollenberger and Landon Gardner are gone....but there is some depth there and possible surprises.

Defense the Linebackers and defensive backs are pretty solid..D lineman we lose a great success story Bryce Talkington #48...he never played football before and didn't know the game...if he doesn't get hurt against Perry he would have been a great asset during the playoffs. Other D lineman that will be hard to replace is Riley Fuimaono #54, Brody Morgan #63, Nathan Sponseller #68, but with all the injuries and moving people around we did find some young guys who can play, just need be dedicated to the weight room. Then there is replacing #6 at strong safety.

I think one of the hardest people to replace will be Will Butler....his intensity on how to play showed the team coasting is not acceptable.

Jv lost 2 games, Freshman lost 2 games...which is surprising...there is a drop off of talent with this class. The 8th grade looks promising...we had 2 8th grade teams..it will be interesting to see how that carries over to next year.

Currently we will not lose any coaches but that can change. This group of coaches has a ton of experience...you saw that with how they had the next man up available. Like I said before great kids always...every year a different group of kids for the coaches to coach. Which means you play with the kids you have. I believe this is Lake's best overall set of coaches as a group....ever.
Butler, typical Mogadore kid. You were fortunate he went to Lake this year. But hey Mogadore still won another league title and advanced as far as Lake in playoffs. 2 great programs!
 

pavis

Active member
We lose 2 starters off the O line, Jack McAvinew #76, and Stiles Diesz #71...you could say Hayden Wells #74..but he didn't play all year due to an injury.....A couple of Juniors and Sophomores did get a lot of playing time...so the drop off will not be as severe. Skill positions lose Butler as a rotating QB...I would keep an eye on Noah Kubasky #10....Dylan Snyder, Matthew Sollenberger and Landon Gardner are gone....but there is some depth there and possible surprises.

Defense the Linebackers and defensive backs are pretty solid..D lineman we lose a great success story Bryce Talkington #48...he never played football before and didn't know the game...if he doesn't get hurt against Perry he would have been a great asset during the playoffs. Other D lineman that will be hard to replace is Riley Fuimaono #54, Brody Morgan #63, Nathan Sponseller #68, but with all the injuries and moving people around we did find some young guys who can play, just need be dedicated to the weight room. Then there is replacing #6 at strong safety.

I think one of the hardest people to replace will be Will Butler....his intensity on how to play showed the team coasting is not acceptable.

Jv lost 2 games, Freshman lost 2 games...which is surprising...there is a drop off of talent with this class. The 8th grade looks promising...we had 2 8th grade teams..it will be interesting to see how that carries over to next year.

Currently we will not lose any coaches but that can change. This group of coaches has a ton of experience...you saw that with how they had the next man up available. Like I said before great kids always...every year a different group of kids for the coaches to coach. Which means you play with the kids you have. I believe this is Lake's best overall set of coaches as a group....ever.
Do you think they rotate QBs again next year? Outside of the scrimmages, I didnt see Kubasky play, but he throws a good ball. He's a big kid so I wasnt sure if he offers the same style of play that Butler brought to the table.
 

pavis

Active member
Butler, typical Mogadore kid. You were fortunate he went to Lake this year. But hey Mogadore still won another league title and advanced as far as Lake in playoffs. 2 great programs!
Impressive what Mogadore did without him. Do you think they are playing next week if he stayed?
 
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