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  1. Touché!!
  2. They won. And they will win this year more than likely. BTW, Gilman beat Loyola already.
  3. No, not when it’s a new coach that didn’t play his second best player(Foster) until the second half, or play their third best player(Madison) much, or best defensive player(Spanky) play at all. You see, Gilman do not have the luxury of having 1000 boys and a team of full time basketball players. They have to wait for their football players to play into shape.
  4. Yeah, like I said, Gilman has race issues and always have. But the above mentioned one, wasn’t one of them at all!
  5. Someone told me, that one of the uninformed trolls wrote on here about an incident that involved Gilman on this thread. As I can’t see his posts, didn’t see it. But the “incident” that happened, had nothing to do with a Gilman student, they weren’t even at the party when the pictures were taken. It was a McDonogh and Roland Park country school student who wore the outfits, some idiot attached a pic of Gilman students in it, at a different party with an orange jumpsuit on, and wrote something about Freddie Gray! The Gilman students had nothing to do with this, and didn’t even know the poster. The school has plenty of race problems, this wasn’t an example of one though.
  6. Believe it or not, Loyola isn’t that bad this year. They almost beat MSJ, and played SFA tough. They will probably beat CHC this year. CHC with their talent, have no excuse to be this bad this year.
  7. My question is, why is Willis playing anyway. He and Sandy are both human turnovers. Tough to watch them man, they’re just so soft down low. Like I said before, I like the new coach’s schemes but his rotations are suspect. I understand today, because those kids weren’t there but he has to make some adjustments.
  8. I watched the Gilman game as well. Gilman was leading heading into the fourth and all game, again the roof fell off in the fourth. Happened after the technical foul they had called on a player, who shouldn’t be playing. Gilman was also playing without two of their biggest contributors, 6’9 Roman Hinds and Spanky Dixon. Dixon I believe is out because of junior Crab Bowl activities. I have no idea why Hinds hasn’t been there the last three games. Maybe had some issues back in Jamaica. I agree though, there have been some really puzzling losts this year. Severn beating CHC is by far the strangest. St. Paul’s beating Gilman, without two of their tougher players, wasn’t surprising.
  9. What fake numbers? False, Aaron was definitely putting up big numbers, for a HORRIBLE Forest Park team, in fact he broke 1st Team All Metro Obie Barnes Jr.’s school single season record. Why are you arguing with yourself? Where did I say that kids in public school can’t play, or have success at the next level? Please show me, please..... Thought this was an argument, over the quality of teams and leagues, not whether they’re great players in the public school league. Their great players in the C conference, what’s your point?
  10. His dad wasn’t playing, was he? His dad has his own personal grips with the MIAA, using his dad is a poor example. I know Aaron, very very well. Great friend, talked with him a few weeks ago, before the Rams-Saints game. Aaron had a great junior year at Forest Park, I repeat Forest Park. He led the city in rushing. So not sure what you’re saying with him. Also, talking about the city league or publics in general back then, is totally different than now. Publics were much stronger. Baltimore City’s population has plummeted since then, but more schools have popped up. This totally diluted the talent, along with the rise of private school recruiting. I’m a pro-Gilman Guy, not a pro-private Guy. But to ignore the facts, would be delusional on my part. Fourth place CHC, lost to the strongest public school team, who haven’t lost in many years by two points, even though they lost their starting QB and RB in the first quarter.
  11. Someone just text me a screen shot of a huge debate by kids, that went on Twitter this week by players from Private and Public schools. The whole thing was SHUT DOWN, by Brandon Savage. Savage said, he’s played in the private league(MSJ), and public(led Milford to the state finals), and this is what he said: “Everyone is completing Misunderstanding bro @minic00p_ point! He not saying Public School players are bad. But the MIAA/WCAC is nothing to play with! There is no easy game. The game is faster, players (in most cases are better). #Facts” and “I've played in both MIAA and Public School...MIAA is another type monster” So ignore the stalking trolls Bully, this is from someone who has strapped it up in both leagues and knows what he’s talking about, better than anybody who gives a shiit what they say. Butt hurt old men, living in mama’s basement.
  12. For what it’s worth and even though the teams haven’t been announced yet, word is Madison will also be the Varsity Sports Network Player of the Year as well! So, the two area publications, both see it the same way. Madison joins a long line of Gilman POY’s, more than any school in the area.
  13. You left out the Sun’s offensive POY!
  14. No not saying that, but don’t beat up the bums and then do nothing in the playoffs. That’s what I’m saying. Also not saying that he might be the best Qb in the area, doesn’t matter where he plays. I have a issue with the SFA QB making the team, he was a glorified RB.
  15. No, he didn’t. The guy above is saying he should be 1st team!