The public schools would have to step it up to compete on a regular basis though because right now the MIAA conference puts a lot more into it. Whether they could or not I don't have the answer to that but it worked before.
Every year there is a new crop of Kids. This game is early and could very well be a coin flip. "Any given Sunday" What ever team wins or loses the goal for both teams should be to get out of it without injuries and to learn more about the new kids. CHC should be thinking how do we get better to compete for a MIAA championship and Dunbar the same for another State Championship. Hats of to both coaches for playing a tough opponent and challenging their players. For the fans and the used to be's, you can't win from the past or on the net. The boys will have to win it on the field. On paper Dunbar should be the favorite. They have a returning QB he is supposed to be One of the top in the State.(D1 recruit) with a load of athletes around him. Playing against a defense that lost 8/9 starters. If he is a (great QB ) it should not be close.
Next time I get some free time I'll try to get over to see the archivist at McDonogh, I know some of the other schools keep archives too, any surviving MSA records would most likely be located in those archives.
I know the MSA went way back, pre-WWII at least. It would be nice to dig up some of that history and give it its proper place. I'd love to see an MSA records database (maybe hosted off the MIAA site) someday. It's easy to forget about the storied tradition of that league without any records online.
http://www.calverthallfootball.com/c...ric/scores.asp), CHC and City didn't play in '93, which leads me to believe that the MSA disbanded before the '93 season. That beings said, you may very well be right.
I totally agree. I'd love to create an archive of the old MSA records. Forget about remembering what happended in the 80s or 90s - I have trouble remembering what happend a month ago.
BCC did beat Poly in 87' behind the great Chris Smith(he graduated in 88') but THEY WERE in the B conference. City in 88' were led by Eric Brown and was their first year back in the A conference. If they beat Poly in 88' they definitely weren't outright champs. They would have shared it with Poly but I was pretty sure Poly still won that Championship because City wasn't undefeated. There was no head to head tie breaker back then.
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