Edmondson struggled with Dundalk...Dundalk is a tough team, but I am a bit surprised
Even the best can struggle at times, especially with certain match-ups, but isn't Edmondson a top flight team with loads of speed from what I hear?
If you don't/can't block or tackle, tons of speed means nothing.
Dundalk came with some scrap. Losing to the storm last year added some motivation to the players from last year squad. Edmondson's defence smothered the owls offence with the exception of some runs from 24 i believe and some recievers catching some balls. Edmondson's team speed limited big plays from dundalk. The second half was dominated by the storm who went from the passing attack to a smash mouth run game and just out muscled the owls. During a punt retun for touchdown called backed you could count 3 to 4 owls collecting themselves off the ground from blocks that guided the returner into the endzone unfortunately one was clipping. You could tell who was the superior team with no disrespect to dundalk. On a season well done to dundalk you have some special players over there keep building. Hopefully edmondson's season doesnt end next week. Unfinished business is what im hearing from them. They might follow the footsteps on the 06-07 team
Ive got Douglass beating Edmondson. I've seen Douggie play, and they would have destroyed Dundalk
no your wrong. Reisterstown has had lots of talent but the would go private or to Hereford. They have two sets of brothers that helps four great players rightonthere. Melvin I believe but he's been there since 9th grade. The linebacker actually was on special request to OM and decided to come back. Plus I'm a football junky I never see coach Burgos at Rec games.
One important factor to the boom of players at franklin can be contributed to the affordable housing in the area(section 8). But at the same time you shouldnt just look at the success at franklin. Owing mills made the playoffs yes 0-10 owings mills and they have been improving every year . New town has been consistent with talent since it opened. Plus instead of all of the talent going to a traditional woodlawn or randlestown it is spread out over the area. Also more rec teams equals more players. Not only will this be a trend in football but other sports to follow. I feel some hatred in thisthe thred towards franklin though ijs
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