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Old 09-27-17, 06:43 AM
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Wyoming has a decent-sized Jewish population, and Friday night is the beginning of Yom Kippur. They typically play on Thursday when Rosh Hashanah or Yom Kippur fall on a Friday evening.
I know the Mariemont IH game is Thursday this week.

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Old 09-27-17, 10:04 AM
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Who is on the coaching hot seat in the CHL? We're through 5 games. Will Hancock ever leave Wyoming? Will Cummins return to big league football? Will Readings Coach finally land a big school job?
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Old 09-29-17, 05:08 AM
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Props to the warriors for giving IH all they could handle.....
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Old 09-29-17, 06:34 AM
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Props to the warriors for giving IH all they could handle.....
It was a real good game and Mariemont had their chance to win.

Down 3-0 most of the game, but they were driving late in 4th and fumbled at about the 20 yard line. IH ran some clock and then ended up scoring a TD on some busted coverage. Mariemont scored to make it 10-7 and couldn't recover an onside kick.

Definitely a defensive game as neither offense never really got into a good rhythm. Mariemont didn't help themselves as they turned it over 3 times.

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Old 09-29-17, 07:08 AM
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It would a real good game and Mariemont had their chance to win.

Down 3-0 most of the game, but they were driving late in 4th and fumbled at about the 20 yard line. IH ran some clock and then ended up scoring a TD on some busted coverage. Mariemont scored to make it 10-7 and couldn't recover an onside kick.

Definitely a defensive game as neither offense never really got into a good rhythm. Mariemont didn't help themselves as they turned it over 3 times.
that's good to see the "middle of the pack" CHL teams catching up with IH. Madeira had mariemont by 14 in the 3rd qtr last week and let it slip away.
I know the IH madeira game wasn't as close BUT they are making strides.
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Old 09-29-17, 10:27 AM
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that's good to see the "middle of the pack" CHL teams catching up with IH. Madeira had mariemont by 14 in the 3rd qtr last week and let it slip away.
I know the IH madeira game wasn't as close BUT they are making strides.
Even that Madeira-IH was 7-3 at half and IH broke it open in the 2nd half.

Mariemont hasn't seemed to be too far behind IH in recent years. They lost by 28 last year, but if I recall correctly they got a bit unlucky in that game by dropping some interceptions and fumbling close to the end zone.

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Old 09-29-17, 11:40 AM
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Mariemont played a great game. If they hold on to the ball, they win.
Although I do think if Fiore had stayed healthy, it's a different game.
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Old 09-29-17, 08:42 PM
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Finneytown loses to Taylor in OT.

Reading beats Madeira 26-14
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Old 09-29-17, 08:46 PM
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Finneytown loses to Taylor in OT.

Reading beats Madeira 26-14
Female kicker Delaney Day kicked a game-winning 30yd FG!
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Old 09-29-17, 09:54 PM
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Female kicker Delaney Day kicked a game-winning 30yd FG!
Wow that's cool.

If I heard correctly, Finneytown fumbled the ball in OT on the 1 yard line and the ball went into the end zone for a touchback. I wasn't at the game, so someone who was would have to confirm that. Not a great way to continue that losing streak.
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Old 09-29-17, 10:09 PM
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Wow that's cool.

If I heard correctly, Finneytown fumbled the ball in OT on the 1 yard line and the ball went into the end zone for a touchback. I wasn't at the game, so someone who was would have to confirm that. Not a great way to continue that losing streak.
I was there--the ball went out of bounds after crossing the goal line. I don't know if it was harder than the 2011 Wyoming loss but it was pretty bad. Kids got a standing ovation from the (unusually large because of homecoming) crowd afterwards, at least.

Watching the sideline I think Finneytown's coach might have been ready to let their kicker (Perry) try to win it from 60 in regulation. He might possibly have it in him--he'd just hit his last kickoff between the uprights (but not above the crossbar, obviously--it hit right about at the endline).

Then they lost five yards on third down and the kicker waved him off. 65 would be a no.

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Old 09-29-17, 10:19 PM
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Tough loss for Finneytown. Not sure I have ever seen a HS kicker make a 60 yard FG. Most professionals can't make that.
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Old 09-29-17, 10:44 PM
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Tough loss for Finneytown. Not sure I have ever seen a HS kicker make a 60 yard FG. Most professionals can't make that.
I can't believe we're even talking about it, and I don't know if he could really hit one under pressure (and the most painful result is probably the most likely--the reason the game was 9-9 in the first place was that Finneytown botched the snap on their extra point).

But he's got a spectacular leg. He hit one from 42 tonight that cleared with ease and he didn't seem to be extending himself at all, and every kickoff was a touchback. And when you've lost 28 straight, why not? It's no worse than a punt and if it goes through we'll never forget it.

This is just his part-time gig of course--he's got 12 goals for the soccer team.
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Old 09-29-17, 11:09 PM
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Chris Landgrebe was another good kicker from last year. I do know he hit a 50+ FG for Madeira last year. I believe he plays at California now. A 60 yard FG would be very impressive for a high school kicker.
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Old 09-29-17, 11:11 PM
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I was there--the ball went out of bounds after crossing the goal line. I don't know if it was harder than the 2011 Wyoming loss but it was pretty bad. Kids got a standing ovation from the (unusually large because of homecoming) crowd afterwards, at least.

Watching the sideline I think Finneytown's coach might have been ready to let their kicker (Perry) try to win it from 60 in regulation. He might possibly have it in him--he'd just hit his last kickoff between the uprights (but not above the crossbar, obviously--it hit right about at the endline).

Then they lost five yards on third down and the kicker waved him off. 65 would be a no.
What was that one?
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Old 09-30-17, 12:32 AM
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What was that one?
Finneytown drove deep into Wyoming territory--I think they were inside the 5 with about a minute left--down 21-16 and a touchdown would end a rivalry losing streak that's almost as old as I am. Kevin Johnson was having a huge game and they were cutting them up pretty good on the drive and it felt inevitable, except...

Their center had just gotten hurt and left the game; the backup center (who might have slid over from guard and they put someone in for him, I can't remember some of the details) snapped the ball over the QBs head and Wyoming eventually scooped it (there was some bobbling along the way) and ran it back for a touchdown.

I was sitting in the top row near the press box; when the game ended one of the Wyoming assistants came running out of the box yelling "46! 46! 46!" Or whatever the streak was up to at that point. So I guess it's still a rivalry even if we haven't beaten them in half a century.

There's a Waycross highlight package up on youtube that I can't seem to get to load right now or I'd check the details I can't remember. Maybe you'll have better luck.

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Old 09-30-17, 12:38 AM
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Chris Landgrebe was another good kicker from last year. I do know he hit a 50+ FG for Madeira last year. I believe he plays at California now. A 60 yard FG would be very impressive for a high school kicker.
I remember reading a Landgrebe quote in the Enquirer that he had hit from 65 in practice and he "was comfortable with anything inside 60."

Perry's good, but he's not that good.

I do think it's pretty cool that even at small schools we're watching kickers knocking them through from 40-49 and nobody's even excited.
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Old 09-30-17, 06:13 AM
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Very disappointing for Finneytown. Sounds like if they clean up some mistakes they'll have a fighting chance against DP however. Congrats to Taylor and their kicker on a resilient comeback win!

On the topic of kickers, IH had a D1 kicker who missed a chip shot to tie the game at the end of regulation against Finneytown in '04 which led to one of the biggest upsets in CHL history. I believe that was the Braves only regular season loss that year.

I remember around that time (or maybe a few years later) Wyoming had a standout kicker too who was hitting 60 yard FGs in warm ups and had some big in-game kicks too.
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Old 09-30-17, 08:01 AM
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That may be the ugliest win in Taylor history. I think they had the ball inside Finneytowns 10 three times in the first half without scoring.
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Old 09-30-17, 09:35 AM
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That may be the ugliest win in Taylor history. I think they had the ball inside Finneytowns 10 three times in the first half without scoring.
Their first three drives were

1. lost on downs at the Finneytown 2
2. lost fumble at the Finneytown 4
3. lost on downs at the Finneytown 5

The only points in the first half came on a Finneytown snap over the quarterback's head, fallen on in the end zone for a safety.
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Old 09-30-17, 09:52 AM
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Very disappointing for Finneytown. Sounds like if they clean up some mistakes they'll have a fighting chance against DP however.
I wish I could agree but I don't think they're there yet--they couldn't move the ball a lick against a team that was giving up 40+ per game. Hawkins is really good but they're so very small up front and they just can't get people blocked. I think their longest drive might have been the 25 yards that set up the FG; their touchdown came on defense when Hawkins ripped the ball out of a running back's hands and ran it in.

I can see a light at the end of the tunnel maybe. They were running some base flexbone plays--it's really the only thing that worked for them--and if they could get that offense installed I think it really fits their personnel mix--it's designed for undersized offensive lines. Maybe by this time next year they'll be able to generate some drives?
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Old 09-30-17, 11:03 AM
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Agree on the increase in good kickers in the league. I think a lot of that has to do with soccer players regularly kicking for the football teams in the respective coaching staffs getting along. Mariemont had a short kid who played soccer a few years ago who could crush the ball. I remember watching him hit three field goals in a game as a freshman or sophomore all over 40 yards. Langrabe had one of the strongest legs I have ever seen and he was also a very good soccer player. Perry, Lunberg and the kid from Reading Are also very good soccer players and Mariemont's current kicker played soccer until this year . Very cool to see
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Old 10-02-17, 01:51 PM
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I guess people have realized that if schools this size want to offer a full array of extracurriculars they can't afford to discourage students from doubling up if they want to. Finneytown had a kicker a few years ago who not only was on the soccer team but marched in the band as well. I don't know how the parents keep up.
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Old 10-02-17, 07:56 PM
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Agree on the increase in good kickers in the league. I think a lot of that has to do with soccer players regularly kicking for the football teams in the respective coaching staffs getting along. Mariemont had a short kid who played soccer a few years ago who could crush the ball. I remember watching him hit three field goals in a game as a freshman or sophomore all over 40 yards. Langrabe had one of the strongest legs I have ever seen and he was also a very good soccer player. Perry, Lunberg and the kid from Reading Are also very good soccer players and Mariemont's current kicker played soccer until this year . Very cool to see
Hans Hinebaugh was the short kid.
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Old 10-03-17, 10:54 AM
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I guess people have realized that if schools this size want to offer a full array of extracurriculars they can't afford to discourage students from doubling up if they want to. Finneytown had a kicker a few years ago who not only was on the soccer team but marched in the band as well. I don't know how the parents keep up.
I think some schools have experienced this problem in recent years. A lot of players avoid playing certain sports because they want to "specialize" in another sport. In Mariemont's case, their teams/programs suffer because their best athletes decide to only play 1 or 2 sports a year. That seems to be a change from the way it was 10 years ago - could be wrong though.
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Old 10-05-17, 02:33 AM
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Reading had Eric Gilland. He was all state in football and soccer. Conner hit a 46 yard fg in a playoff game. It was raining and a terrible cross wind.
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Old 10-05-17, 11:29 PM
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On another subject. I think Mariemont will win at home. If fact think think it is a must win game for them. Reading doesn't play well at Mariemont anyway. I still think Reading will make the playoff's with a 6-4 record.
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Old 10-06-17, 11:46 AM
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Reading @ Mariemont - Mariemont by 21
Finneytown @ Deer Park - Deer Park by 14
Madeira @ Wyoming - Wyoming by 28
Indian Hill @ Taylor - IH by 40+
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Old 10-06-17, 11:49 AM
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On another subject. I think Mariemont will win at home. If fact think think it is a must win game for them. Reading doesn't play well at Mariemont anyway. I still think Reading will make the playoff's with a 6-4 record.
A win tonight and Mariemont likely finishes at 7-3. Does that get them into the playoffs? 8-2 didn't last year.

That 1 point loss to Oakwood at the beginning of the season may hurt them.
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Old 10-06-17, 01:19 PM
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Projections

Deer Park 20
Finneytown 14

Wyoming 49
Madeira 12

Indian Hill 41
Taylor 0

Reading 28
Mariemont 20
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