there a 3a team talent wise thats played minimal competiton, Dunbar really should be bumped to 3a bc of the talent they attract..its sort of like recruiting, but im not familiar with it so i wont say for sure. but i respect your opinion, but I do think Dunbar would beat Douglas and Huntington some teams that were in the finals! I still feel there are a handful of teams who can beat Dunbar, outside of private schools...well see next yr, but i feel 2a is weak as well overall, whcih is why idk if Mtown is losing alot of talent bc i think there one team who can compete and win...Im from Baltimore, and have seen high school football in the area many times and played, and im just screaming for them to get more competiton somehow!
Dunbar had more talent than any public school in the state, including 4A champ Wise. Talent isn't Dunbar's issue. 2A is definitely tougher than 1A and won't be a cake walk for Dunbar. But if they can grow as a coaching staff, look out. They could easily make another run to the title and do it for years to come.
i would still like to see their talent go up against competiton tho! i feel they only played 2 legit teams the last two yrs...Poly last yr and lost 18-14, and CHC this yr 30-6, not rlly expecting them to hang with CHC, but they havent played much competition really in my opinion
yea im a comet alum..i wouldnt have a problem playing them, always accept competiton...we lost alot of talent this yr besides a few athletes, but last yrs team id gladly put against any Dunbar team...by no means do i feel we're a powerhouse, but were better competiton than City, SW, Edmonson, Forest Park, and the 12-0 Overlea they played in the semis last yr, Dunbar pulls enough talent to be a 3a team easily...we used to roll Overlea so thats not a surprise what Dunbar did to me! they went 12-0 playing Lansdowne, Sparr. Point, Chespeake, Western...ect, a weak 1a schedule.....And ill be sure to mention something to Warren Como and Rich Hambor next time I'm in town if their schedule isnt full, we always play our 3a/4a county schedule, and a team in city, was Gibbons when i played and Boyta Latin last two yrs so the week 1 game should be open...doubt itll happen tho bc though a great challenge!..IT'S only 6 points for the win vs 2a team, NOT SURE THE POINTS YOU GET FOR BEATING GIBBONS OR LATIN THOUGH! NOT SURE OF THEIR CLASSIFICATION...excuse the caps my bad
i cant comment on private school ball, only time ive seen that is when we used to run over Gibbons b4 they were shut down...i guess CHC wants to play M.A.T.H.S, LOL i'm jk!! i have no clue
Of course Dunbar and CHC had more fans than Gilman-Bosco, but Gilman-Bosco was played during a damn hurricane. Also know that you would've for them to keep playing, only way that CHC football stays relevant. Since we know they won't play anybody out of state worth playing. Like I said I'm fine with it, Gilman will continue to dominate the MIAA.
Calvert Hall sucked last season with a 12-18 record. Big Whup that Gilman won! They didn't win this season and Gilman has the great Ben Grace and 2015 phenom Kai Locksley. What ever happened to that freshman that Gilman has that you said would be one of the best players in the class of 2016?
Is he even on the varsity!
My only question is that I know that Dunbar has a lot coming back next year in Crest and Blackston,but after next year who takes over? How was their JV this year? They lose a lot with the Oline and Dline. Others will need to step up but I am sure they will be successful.
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