Dunbar 40, Brunswick 8 final
Dunbar 40, Brunswick 8 final
Dunbar 40, Brunswick 8
Huntingtown 34, Milford Mill 6
Wise 40, Meade 0
Even though it might have been windy the the day, the temps where around 58 during the game. Not a bad weather day. Just an excuse for losing. They lost because they were a hyped team.
Gilman would beat the hell out of Westminster because they are just a better team in all facets of the game. And unlike with the one troll said above, they would also beat Wise pretty easily. Funny when people talk and have no clue what they are talking about. Too much speed for Gilman, hahaha. Gilman a team that has NATIONAL track studs on their squad, lol!
Point is, Gilman has standout track guys even on their defensive line like Melvin Keihn. Who at 220 pounds runs a 4.5 and came in third in the MIAA 110 hurdles. So saying Wise would be too fast for Gilman is asinine and comes from someone who has a clear agenda.
Oh my gosh he has an agenda! Do you think it is to shout everyone done and demean Everyone that does not drink the Gilman cool aid.
those in the track know know of david winters of suitland. yeah you heard of the jacobs boys who ran/run track but winters only started running a year and half or so ago and he is already a top maryland speed guy. i see you want to talk track and football now but track season for this year has yet to start so that's why i talked about last season. suitland and wise are schools who battled and torched the track last year when many think roosevelt is the track power. wise has some little runningbacks but they are flat out burners you will hear about come track season when it starts and those boys are done with football.
Day your wasting your breath
Pot, meet kettle.
- Gilman is the best defense of all time.
- Gilman should always be ranked #1.
- Gilman players are faster, stronger, bigger, smarter, etc.
- The MIAA doesn't deserve Gilman, they are so head-and-shoulder better than everyone else.
- If a player didn't play for Gilman, he is clearly not a monster, a beast, or deserving of any D1 offers.
- All HS football threads must reference Gilman lest they are illegitimate.
- Even public school threads must always return to a discussion of Gilman's greatness even if it has nothing to do with Gilman.
- Any other athletic competition or sport where Gilman is not on top is not worthy of discussion.
- No public school team in the history of HS football could stay within 3 TDs of Gilman.
But the "other guy" has an agenda.
You don't have to tell me anything about track my friend, I am very well versed in it and know all about the guys you have mentioned. I know all about what Page and Echols did at the World Juniors. In fact watched them do it. I am an even bigger fan of track than I am football.
The point is, everybody you're talking about again is from last year. I'm talking about speed on the football field NOW! What Suitland and Wise did last year on the track means NOTHING this year on the football field.
Now if you're talking this year and track, Gilman will be fast but not crazy fast. They will be a strong as they are every year and probably the top program in the state right now.
By the way, there's no question that the PG schools have fast kids and more of them. They also have the larger schools.
at the penn i told you potomac came in fourth behind three jamacian teams in the 4x100. well, suitland and wise was also there and qualified. you do the math with 8 lanes and the jamacian having three and pgco have three. that left gilman with the possibiblity to have and one of the two slots. where were those national sprint studs. oh, practicing football for the fall?
again, there is speed galore in the area of pg filtering down to nearby charles co and many wear football uniforms.
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