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  1. Thursday's MPSSAA top 50 scores; #24 Dunbar 34 Digital Harbor 0 #35 Havre De Grace 28 CM Wright 21 #40 Harford Tech 49 Perryville 12 #45 Richard Montgomery 42 Bethesda CC 0 #50 Elkton 41 Fallston 0
  2. Mid-way to the playoffs. 1.) Wise (5-0) - 36 years. Thats what the Pumas are scratching at. The defending back-to-back 4A champion Pumas are on a 33 game win streak and looking to become just the second team in MPSSAA history to complete a 3-peat in 4A, joining Bob Milloy's legendary Springbrook teams, who did it from '79-81. The Pumas have outscored their opponents 216-13, with 4 shutouts. They haven't given up any points on a sustained drive all season, as the two touchdowns they've given up were both 80+ yard scores, both to Calvert Hall. No #9 Flowers this year, or #24 Suitland, for that matter, but the Pumas will have two quick quizzes before their playoff march, when they host #21 Oxon Hill on 10/13, then #13 Eleanor Roosevelt the following week on 10/20. 12 different Pumas have recorded sacks, while the unit has caused 19 turnovers in 5 games. Florida St recruit AJ Lytton is a weapon offensively as a reciever, then mans the best secondary in the MPSSAA. 'Moo Moo' Oliver, who has scored 3 rushing TDs in each of the last 2 weeks, paces the Pumas running attack, while junior QB Quinton Williams has thrown for 582 yards and 10 touchdowns, against one interception, at a 62.5% completion rate. Joining Lytton on the imposing Pumas D are Demitri Morsell (Rutgers, Charlotte offers), Izzy Akojie (Old Dominion commit), junior cornerback Dennis Starks, who has 3 picks, including a game-clincher v Calvert Hall, and inside linebacker Chris Rhodes, who has 10 tackles for loss. 6'1 junior receiver/safety Isaiah Hazel adds to the Pumas potency, and has a dozen offers (Va Tech, West Virginia, U of MD among others), and is gaining even more. Coach DeLawn Parrish is in his 12th year at Wise, and has led the Pumas to a 83-11 record since 2010, culminating in a state title in three of those seasons. Now, he and the Pumas look to make history, and add their name once again to the books, this time hitting the elusive trifecta. 2.) Damascus (5-0) - They don't do vegan in Damascus. The Swarmin' Hornets, like the Pumas, are on a 33 game roll, and like the Pumas, are going for a 3-peat done only once before in their classification, with the Screamin' Eagles of Seneca Valley ('92-94) the only one to do it. Before the Hornets run, both River Hill and Franklin made back-to-back 3-peat attempts in '13 and '15, respectively. River Hill lost in the state semis to Linganore, 41-38, and the Indians lost to Dundalk in the regional final, 20-14. The Swarmin' Hornets have made a state record 19 consecutive playoff appearances, looking for the 20th to finish with a three piece. The Hornets have made the Top 25 in the Maryland High School Writers final poll 21 times in the 27 years of its existence, second to only DeMatha (27) in the state. Damascus has more top 10's than any other MPSSAA school, with 13. Damascus' 46 playoff wins rank 3rd all-time in the state, and its 9 state championships ties for 2nd most all-time, tied with Dunbar, trailing Seneca Valley by 3. Coach Eric Wallich, who follows such Hornets coaching legends as Al Thomas as Dave Makosy, has fit like a glove, with his Hornets vying for three straight, and while currently holding the 8th best win% in MPSSAA history (min. 100 games), with 109 wins and 27 losses, for a mark of .801. Wallich is 101-15 at Damascus. The Hornets have out-scored their opponents 231-30 this season, with no one coming close. They totally shut down #14 Sherwood, and routed #29 Blake. Rockville, Poolesville, and Magruder fared even worse, getting pummeled 154-6, collectively. Only top 50 opponent left is #42 Seneca Valley, who was trounced by Blake last week. Urbana transfer Gage Dickens leads the rushing attack, averaging 9.5 yards per carry, and has scored 13 TDs, in limited time and touches. Ayo Barojaiye has 7 rushing TDs, and averages 10.3 yards per carry. Those 20 TDs and 10 yards per carry couldn't have been done without the superior blocking of 6'4 277 Michael Jurgens, 6'3 235 Jordan Funk, and company. DE Brian Bresee, a transfer from Urbana, who stands at 6'5 265, is one of the nation's top recuits in the class of 2020. 3.) Walkersville (5-0) - 'Small Town, Big Dreams', thats what Walkersville is. Their Lions have fulfilled those dreams, winning the 2016 2A state championship, though a beast named Damascus is standing in the way of the pack this year. The Lions last loss was in the 2015 state championship v Patuxent, a game where they led 20-7, before losing 21-20, in the final minute. The Lions are averaging 58.6 points per game, and have outscored their 5 opponents, 293-16, this season. The Lions are coming off a thrashing of #11 Linganore, 40-10, last weekend. The Lions host #17 Oakdale on 10/27, then go to #30 Middletown on 11/3. Coach Joe Polce is in his 8th year at the helm for the Lions, and is 4 wins shy of his 100th career win, which includes 4 years at Urbana. Before the '15 runner-up finish, and state title last year, the Lions went 2-8 in '13, and 5-5 in '14. Jacob Wetzel, who had a dramatic 60 yard kick return with just over a minute to go in the final in '15 as a sophomore, and scored a TD in the final last year, is still around for his last hurrah. Wetzel ran for 187 yards on 18 carries, scoring 4 TDs v Linganore. Ty Littleton adds to the running attack, who himself had 92 yards on 20 carries, scoring a TD v Linganore. Christian Policelli, linebacker and fullback, is another Lions stalwart. Kicker Noah Skaler kicked a school record 9 XPs v Thomas Johnson.
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  4. 41.) Old Mill (5-2) - The Patriots beat Chesapeake, 34-14. Ryheem Tull rushed for 325 yards and 4 TDs on 21 carries. Game at Arundel 10/27 will likey decide which 2 of the 3 - the Pats, Arundel, and Meade, make the playoffs. 42.) Meade (6-1) - The Mustangs have won 4 straight since a 20-13 loss at Old Mill. Host Broadneck this week. 43.) Glenelg (5-2) - The Gladiators have running back Wande Owend back for the playoff push. The Glads go to #19 River Hill 10/27, to meet the currently undefeated Hawks. 44.) Blair (4-3) - The Blazers shut out Springbrook, 26-0. The Blazers 3 losses are to #3 Quince Orchard and #13 Sherwood, and a 6 point loss at #30 Paint Branch. The Blazers game at Richard Montgomery on 11/3 will likely determine their playoff oppotunity. 45.) Richard Montgomery (4-3) - The Rockets lost to #11 Northwest, 49-24, after leading 18-0. 46.) Wooton (5-2) - The Patriots blew out Bethesda Chevy Chase, 44-0. This week, things won't be so easy, the Pats go see #4 Walkersville for the Lions Homecoming. 47.) Arundel (5-2) - The Wildcats beat Annapolis, 42-22. Darius Hunter rushed for 178 yards and a TD on 13 carries, while Ryan Sedgwick threw 11-15 for 133 yards and 2 TDs, and rushed for a score. Date with Old Mill on 10/27 will likely have a playoff berth on the line. 48.) Long Reach (5-2) - The Lightning beat Marriotts Ridge, 27-6, breaking a 2 game slide. The Lightning could still snare a 1 seed with a win at Atholton 11/3. 49.) Parkville (5-2) - The Knights shut out Catonsville, 35-0. The Knights close out weeks 9 and 10 with Perry Hall and Franklin. 50.) Elkton (6-1) - The Golden Elks beat North Harford, 35-7.
  5. 31.) Kent Island (6-1) - The Buccaneers were in a dogfight with #12 Oakdale for 3 quarters, before falling 49-27. Trailed 28-21, inside the 4th quarter. Trent Jackson threw 19-29 for 202 yards and 2 TD, and also rushed for a TD. 32.) Edmondson (6-1) - The Red Storm beat Douglass B, 14-0. Play Poly Thursday, before closing out at Dunbar, then hosting Mervo. 33.) Atholton (6-1) - The Raiders have won 6 straight since losing the opener to River Hill, with a 21-7 win over Mt Hebron, causing 5 turnovers. The Raiders are allowing just 7.4 points per game, 13th in the MPSSAA. 34.) Thomas Stone (5-2) - The Cougars handled LaPlata, 31-7, a week after the Warriors beat Lackey. The Cougars held a 28-0 halftime lead. Stone goes to Lackey this week. 35.) Havre De Grace (7-0) - The Warriors shut out Fallston, 42-0, as Jasai Stansbury scored 4 TDs. The Warriors are averaging 39.6 points per game, 13th in the MPSSAA, while allowing only 4.7 points per game, 5th in the MPSSAA. 36.) Lackey (5-2) - The Chargers lost in the final 2 minutes to #17 Chopticon, 19-14. 37.) Potomac (4-3) - The Wolverines beat DuVal, 34-16. 38.) Oxon Hill (4-3) - The Clippers were routed by #1 Wise, 58-14, playing without their talented QB Dejaun Rollins. Host DuVal this week. 39.) Perry Hall (5-2) - The Gators beat Dundalk, 49-28. The Gators have won 5 of 6, with the only loss coming to #20 Milford Mill, 49-42. The Gators average 45.6 points per game, 9th in the MPSSAA. Go to #21 Franklin this week. 40.) Harford Tech (7-0) - The Cobras knocked off Bo Manor, 49-20, as Jalen Dangerfield scored 3 TDs. The Cobras average 39.6 points per game (t 13th), while allowing just 5.1 (7th).
  6. 26.) Linganore (5-2) - The Lancers smashed Kennedy, 48-0. The Lancers special teams scored 3 TDs. Johan Samoya rushed for 101 yards and a TD. Face #22 Middletown this week. 27.) Douglass PG (6-1) - The Eagles shut out Bladensburg, 36-0. The Eagles have allowed just 4.6 points per game, 4 TDs, 4th in the MPSSAA. Travel to see #15 Gwynn Park this week. 28.) Westlake (6-1) - The Wolverines beat McDonough, 41-12. Have a week 9 date with Lackey, then week 10 at LaPlata. 29.) Westminster (6-1) - The Owls routed Liberty, 43-7, likely wrapping up the Carroll County title. 30.) Paint Branch (6-1) - The Panthers ran roughshod on Gaithersburg, 53-14, rushing for 340 yards and 7 TDs on 46 carries. Sam Doka ran for 151 yards and 2 TDs on 17 carries.
  7. Appreciate it, Sho'. I'm going to his game Saturday v Virginia Union. Last weeks game was on TV, a battle of undefeateds, the Bulldogs and Virginia State, in Petersburg. Bulldogs lost in a shootout. In the end, the Dawgs couldnt stop the Trojans, falling, 49-37. He had 11 catches for 175 yards and 2 TDs, one reception short of his school single-game record he set the week before, two weeks after setting the single-game touchdown receptions record, with 4. To add, he's a great kid. The announcer during last week's game was channeling his inner Gus Johnson calling several of Brandon's receptions. He said, "WHO DO YOU GO TO WHEN YOU NEED 7, YOU GO TO MR RELIABLE, YOU GO TO BRANDON BRITTON!". LOL! His QB, junior Amir Hall, formerly of Riverdale Baptist, has had an outstanding season, with 29 TDs v 3 INT. They form a formidible tandem. Brandon's season #'s - 45-675-(15.0)-11.
  8. Pardon me for mentioning this former Scorpion again, Brandon Britton, but he is like a son to me, and what he is doing at Bowie St this year is noteworthy, as he leads all of D2 in touchdown receptions, with 11, all coming in the last 5 games.
  9. Post transferred to HoCo thread.
  10. 21.) Franklin (5-2) - The Indians suffered a tough 26-21 loss to familiar foe Milford Mill. The Indians had special teams miscues that cost them in the fourth, and committed 4 turnovers, 3 fumbles and one interception, in the game. The Indians had won 36 straight regular season games v Baltimore County teams, dating back more than 4 years ago, when they lost to Perry Hall, 20-14. On cue, the Indians host the Gators this week. 22.) Middletown (6-1) - The Knights shut out Thomas Johnson, 48-0. The Knights only loss the season is to #12 Oakdale, 24-17. The Knights host Linganore this weekend. 23.) Allegany (6-1) - The Campers defeated cross state rival Keyser WV, 49-21, as Karson Robinette rushed for 254 yards on 25 carries, and scored three times. The Campers recorded 624 yards of offense, 489 rushing. 24.) Dunbar (5-1) - The Poets routed Douglass B, 42-14. The Poets face Edmondson 10/27, in what in all liklihood will serve as the city championship. 25.) Blake (6-1) - The Bengals beat Churchill, 32-19. Isaac Smith ran for 241 yards on 19 carries, scoring 2 TDs. The Bengals are battling with Westminster for a 1 seed in the 3A West.
  11. 16.) Northern (7-0) - The Patriots beat Leonardtown, 42-6, as Xavier Harris rushed for 135 yards on 22 carries and 2 TDs. On the season, Harris has 17 TDs - 11 rushing, 6 receiving. The Pats put up 506 yards - 286 rushing, 224 passing. Defensively, the Pats had 3 picks and 4 sacks. 17.) Chopticon (6-1) - The Braves held off a charge from the Lackey Chargers, winning 19-14. The game featured 2 TDs in the final 2+ minutes, with a failed Hail Mary preventing a third. Austin Gregory ran for 134 yards and 2 touchdowns on 22 carries. The Braves played in their 4th 1 possession game in 7 contests this season, winning 3. 18.) Suitland (7-0) - The Rams continued to run roughshod over the non-contenders in PG 4A, spanking Largo, 54-7. Antwan Squire rushed for over 175 yards for a 6th straight game, gaining 268 yards on the ground, on 22 carries, scoring 3 times. On the season, Squire has 156 carries for 1,380 yards and 12 TDs. Suitland faces its stiffest test thus far this season this week, traveling to meet #9 Flowers Jaguars. 19.) River Hill (6-0) - The Hawks are 6-0 for the 10th time in 14 years, but first in the last 4, with a 49-8 rout over Hammond. The Hawks won 8 regional championships in 9 seasons from '05 through 13, but haven't won one in the last 3 seasons. 20.) Milford Mill (6-1) - The Millers beat Franklin for the first time in 7 years, 26-21, scoring 3 unanswered touchdowns in the final quarter. The Millers were aided by a muffed punt that gave the ball to them at the Indians 18, a recovered sqib kick, and a interception - on their 3 touchdowns in the 4th. Still, these two are very, very likely to meet in the regional final, with the Millers now holding the home advantage.
  12. Or, night and day.
  13. Some of these posters have no idea what they are looking at here, or what leagues teams are a part of, or what county they are from, they just enjoy debate, whether they have any knowledge on a subject or not. Remember, some people think Northwest is in PG. Its all relative, if you know what I mean.
  14. I agree. Nice job.
  15. 11.) Northwest (6-1) - The Jaguars beat Robert Montgomery, 49-24, after trailing 18-0. The Jags cut the lead to 7 at halftime, before shocking the Rockets 35-3 in the final half. Chris Craddock rushed for 2 touchdowns and passed for 1, while leading rusher Juwan Farri rushed for 2 TDs, and Norval "Always Bet On" Black had a touchdown reception and a kick return for a TD. The Jags are averaging 41.7 points per game, 12th in the MPSSAA. Face an annual showdown with #3 Quince Orchard 10/27. 12.) Oakdale (7-0) - The Bears withstood a test from Kent Island, leading by just 7 to begin the fourth, before closing out on a 49-27 victory. Quarterback Collin Schlee, a receiver last year, with his brother behind center, caught a 33 yard halfback option pass for a score to lift the hosts lead to 14, 35-21. Schlee threw 13 of 22 for 248 yards and 4 TDs, while Bryce DeMaille caught 8 passes for 157 yards and 2 touchdowns. Simeon Sabvute rushed 19 times for 191 yards and 2 TDs. Oakdale is averaging 42.1 points per game, 10th in the MPSSAA. Host #3 Walkersville 10/27. 13.) Sherwood (6-1) - The Warriors have won 5 straight since a week 2 loss to #2 Damascus, with a 62-8 drubbing of Northwood. Michael Mbony threw 13 of 18 for 208 yards and 2 TD, and ran for a score. The Warriors special teams scored 3 TDs, 3 different ways - punt return, kick return, and a blocked punt recovery. The Warriors host #31 Paint Branch this week. 14.) North Caroline (7-0) - The Bulldogs blew out Kent County, 61-0, as they rushed for 426 yards, with David Bailey (Boston College) rushing for 130 yards and scoring 4 TDs. The Dawgs average 48.7 points per game, 5th in the MPSSAA, while allowing just 4 points per game, 3rd in the MPSSAA. 15.) Gwynn Park (6-1) - The Yellowjackets stung Northwestern, 27-7, as they rushed for 315 yards. Kebwe Galloway ran for a pair of TDs. The Jackets are allowing just 7.8 points per game, 15th in the MPSSAA. Gwynn Park hosts fellow PG 3A/2A/1A power Douglass this week.
  16. Nevermind thr 28-0 game, E:60 was there this weekend for the 50 to zilch blowout of Gilman, doing a special on SFA, Poggi, and MIAA's mission of getting rid of the Panthers. Right now, I'll give the advantage to Poggi, as far as counsel goes. Stay tuned.
  17. True. Make that 2-5, after getting pounded, 50 to nothing.
  18. Certified clown.
  19. 6.) Howard (7-0) - The Lions hosted Caravel of Delaware, and pounded the Buccaneers, 41-0, as Devin Dawkins ran 12 times for 130 yards and 3 TDs. Dawkins has now scored 38 TDs in 19 games, 5th all-time on the Lions list, behind Guy Smith (42), Mike Anderson (46), Malik Anderson (52), and Gerald Smith (62). The Lions have the 6th best defense yield in the MPSSAA, at 5 points allowed per game, 2nd best in 4A, behind Wise. The Lions are looking for their 4th straight 4A regional title. 7.) Fort Hill (7-0) - The Sentinels won a thriller, 44-42, over Melbourne Central Catholic FL at Greenway Stadium. Danny King nailed a game-winning 24 yard FG as time expired, capping a wild fourth quarter that recorded 5 scores - 4 TDs and the game-winning kick. The Sentinels 32 game win streak stayed alive, despite the hosts trailing 35-21 heading into the final quarter. Troy Banks scored his 2nd and 3rd TDs of the nigh to first cut the Hustlers lead to 8 (XP blk), then tie it at 35 (scored 2 pt conversion). But it was his fourth that gave the Sentinels their first lead of the game, 41-35. Again, special teams put the hosts in a bind, with a bad snap, leaving the lead at 6. The Hustlers drove down the field behind quarterback Joaquin Collazzo, who hit John May on a 4 yard TD to give the guests the lead once again, extra point good - 42-41, with 1:03 to play. Quarterback Logan Johnson quickly picked up 32 yards on 2 runs, before Banks had a 16 yard scamper, and the Hustlers committed their 21st penalty (165 yards), giving Fort Hill the ball on the 12. Banks went for 7 more, and the hosts left :02.7 on the clock, before King ended a wild night of football in Cumberland. Banks finished with 36 carries for 254 yards and 4 TDs. Banks now has 17 TDs this season. Collazzo passed for 321 and 6 touchdowns for the Hustlers. 8.) Broadneck (7-0) - Shane Davis threw 19-24 for 301 yards and 2 TDs as the Bruins routed South River, 42-7. Davis has thrown 125-189 for 1859 yards, with 21 TDs and 4 INT. Davis has thrown for over 250 yards in each of his last 5 games, averaging 299.4 yards per game in that span, including 16 TDs. Ethon Williams, who had 6 receptions for 149 yards and 2 TDs, has 44 cathes for 812 yards and 12 TD in '17. Junior Jason Carcamo rushed for 104 yards and a TD, and has rushed for over 800 yards and 10 TDs this season. The Bruins average 46.7 points per game, 3rd best in 4A, behind Wise (49.9) and Quince Orchard (47.4). 9.) Flowers (7-0) - The Jaguars held off Friendly in Fort Washington, 14-12. The Jags allow just 7.9 points per game, 15th best in the MPSSAA. The Jaguars started 7-0 in '13, before losing their final four games. Flowers has a pair of top 15 wins, over #10 Eleanor Roosevelt (25-19) and #15 Gwynn Park (14-7). The Jags host #18 Suitland (7-0) this week. Then, Douglass (6-1) on 10/28. 10.) Eleanor Roosevelt (6-1) - The Raiders blasted Bowie, 41-0, their 4th shutout of the season. The defense is allowing just 6.6 points per game, 10th best in the MPSSAA. Averaging 36 points per game, led by quarterback Jaden Faulkner and running back Elisha McDonald, the Raiders are just 1 of 6 MPSSAA teams that rank among the top 20 in offense and points allowed. The Raiders travel to see the top ranked Pumas this week.
  20. themamba's MPSSAA Top 50 - Week 7 1.) Wise (7-0) - The Pumas, the top ranked team in the WaPost, jumped out to a 24-0 first quarter lead over Oxon Hill and never looked back, crushing the Clippers, 58-14. Quinton Williams threw 12-18 for 189 yards and 4 TDs, while 'Moo Moo' Oliver scored 3 TDs, 3 different ways - Rush YD, Rec TD, KO Ret TD. David Medley ran for 105 yards on 7 carries and scored. Oliver finished with 114 yards on 12 carries. AJ Lynott, Demitri Morsell, and Isaiah Hazel, three of the Pumas top recruits, each had a receiving touchdown. On the season, Williams has thrown for 19 TDs, with just 1 INT. Oliver has scored 12 TDs, and Medley has scored 5 TDs on 22 carries, averaging 16 yards per carry. The Pumas are averaging 49.9 points per game (4th in MPSSAA), allowing just 3.9 per game (2nd). The Pumas host #11 Eleanor Roosevelt this week. Last year, E Roos' was the only PG 4A school to score on the Pumas in the regular season, losing 38-8. 2.) Damascus (7-0) - The Swarmin' Hornets, like Wise, won their 35th staight game, thumping Watkins Mill, 42-18, after staking a 42-0 lead at halftime. Sidney Fehlinger threw for a season-high 3 TDs, while Gage Dickens had a rushing TD and a receiving TD, and Ethan Wentzlaff caught the other 2 TDs. Dickens now has 17 TDs on the season. The Hornets are averaging 52.7 points per game (3rd), and allow only 6.9 points per game (11th). 3.) Quince Orchard (6-1) - The Cougars shut out Einstein 47-0, as Doc Bonner was nearly perfect, hitting 8 of 9 passes for 225 yards and 3 TDs. The Cougars led 40-0 at halftime. Bonner has connected on 69% of his passes this year, with 14 TDs and 1 INT. Brendan McGonagle caught a 56 yard TD pass, and now has 18 catches for 442 yards (24.8 ypr) and 7 TDs. The Cougars are averaging 47.4 points per game (7th). 4.) Walkersville (7-0) - The Lions had a battle on their hands, facing a deficit for the first time this season, trailing 7-6 and 14-6 to Tuscarora, before tying it up by halftime, 14-14. The Lions played without star fullback and linebacker Tyler Gleason, who scored 3 times on 5 carries, the week before. Jacob Wetzel broke the tie, scoring his second TD on the night following a blocked punt, his 10th on the season, giving the Lions a 21-14 lead. The Lions added another before the Titans scored a meaningless TD as time expired. The Lions have won 21 straight, and are likely get to 22 before hosting #12 Oakdale on 10/27, and going to #24 Middletown on 11/3. The Lions average 54.4 points per game (2nd), giving up 6 points per game (8th). 5.) North Point (7-0) - The Eagles, who are looking for their first regional title in school history, shut out St Charles, 35-0. Jermichael Jones rushed for 162 yards, accounting for 3 TDs, running for one and throwing for a pair. The Eagles are averaging 37.1 points per game (17th), allowing 6.3 points per game (9th).
  21. Yea, they got manhandled, too.
  22. I knew the little tag team was coming. You can see it coming a mile away. You can also see my posts, and I'm sorry they offend you. Thats what happens when your life revolves around message boards and teams that lose 50-0, are 2-5, and won just 3 of their last 17 games. Its obvious I struck a chord, and I apologize for plunging into your feelings. You are an emotional wreck right now, and there is no need to add any more misery to your life, unintended or not. I do think delegating SB to announce your 'blocks' is a step in the right direction. You two are so cute together.
  23. 5 years ago, at least. Yes, 3 years ago, too, when posters had no problems with dorms when the cry was to, get this, kick them out! Back to B. You cant make this **** up. Thats the whole point, Biff didnt invent dorms at SFA. I guess you are out of the loop. You don't want them kicked out, you just want them out. Gotcha.
  24. Non-factor, LOL! You/GA are obsessed with that corny *** term, right now. Funny. Never mentioned race, do you want to talk about it? Maybe it was someone else saying you sounded ridiculous that may have mentioned it. Like what I hear? Its nonsense. Kicking someone out of a league because they are pounding your Hounds is ridiculous. I do notice you had.nothing to add about the 3 topics I addressed to you, aside you saying you disagree with me regarding your obsession with SFA. Nothing about you having a problem with SFA having dorms back in '12, when they were winning the 'B'. Its very possible, and beleivable, that you never knew, and were uninformed. Same thing with not knowing privates can get whoever they want, as said on here countless times by the privateers. Then again, that would defy your objective to deflect when confronted with a reality that you'd rather not face.
  25. Way too much? No one is saying that. You don't even mention DeMatha any more. Your obsession is with SFA. I never looked at you as a DeMatha guy. In reality, you talk more about you being a DeMatha guy than anything about the team itself. Over the last 20 months, from an outsiders view, your obsession has been with SFA and the home zip codes of their students at the private school and where they may stay right now. Its creepy. Newsflash, they had the so-called 'dorms' 5 years ago where several kids could stay. A kid from OM, whom I've known since the day he was born, played at SFA his senior season and stayed in the 'dorm'. That was 4 years ago. Now, he's setting Bowie State receiving records. So, no, this is nothing new. Another newsflash for you, hundreds of private schools across the country take in students from multiple states. In summary, your obsession with SFA over the last 20 months is real. Two, the 'dorms' have been around for at least 5 years and it was never a problem until now. And three, newsflash, private schools can get kids from wherever they want, as privateers have said countless times on here when it serves their purpose.