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#1 eaglesinsider

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Posted 29 August 2014 - 10:25 PM

Friday, August 29th:

- Loyola 27, at Saint Paul's 7

- Irvine (CA) 0, at Calvert Hall 47

- Saint Mary's Ryken 35, at Severn 0

- Frederick County Christian (Home School) 0, at Saint John's Catholic Prep 40

- Annapolis Area Christian 7, at Landon 43

- Silver Oak 30, at Maryland School for the Deaf 14

- Eastern Christian 32, at Euless Trinity (TX) 41

- Central Maryland Christian (Home School) 6, at Capitol Christian 38

- Fork Union Military (VA) 26, at Georgetown Prep 27

- Good Counsel 49, at Wilson (DC) 13

- DeMatha 13, at Archbishop Wood (PA) 34

- Avalon 33, at Potomac School (VA) 0

- John Carroll 0, at Saint Vincent Pallotti 3

 

Need Score:

- Cardozo (DC) at National Christian



#2 Maroontiger419

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Posted 29 August 2014 - 10:39 PM

Pallotti beat John Carroll 7-0. 



#3 araiderfan

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Posted 30 August 2014 - 06:26 AM

Pallotti beat John Carroll 7-0. 

No...it was 3-0.....



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Posted 30 August 2014 - 11:26 AM

Friday, August 29th

 

- Cardozo (DC) 0, at National Christian 8



#5 eaglesinsider

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Posted 30 August 2014 - 02:37 PM

Saturday, August 30th:

- McDonogh 37, at Benedictine (VA) 14

- Bishop McNamara 7, at Mount Saint Joseph 42

- Archbishop Spalding 33, at Riverdale Baptist 27

 

- Saint Frances at Friendship Collegiate (DC)

- Saint Mary's at Dunbar (DC)

- Mount Carmel at Saint James

- Eastern Shore (Home School) (DE) at SEED



#6 eaglesinsider

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Posted 30 August 2014 - 05:36 PM

Saturday, August 30th:

McDonogh 37, at Benedictine (VA) 14

- Bishop McNamara 7, at Mount Saint Joseph 42

- Archbishop Spalding 33, at Riverdale Baptist 27

 

- Saint Mary's 20, at Dunbar (DC) 15

- Mount Carmel 17, at Saint James 34

 

- Saint Frances at Friendship Collegiate (DC)

- Eastern Shore (Home School) (DE) at SEED


Edited by eaglesinsider, 30 August 2014 - 05:40 PM.


#7 DayWalker

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Posted 30 August 2014 - 06:10 PM

Is it just me or does it seem that all the DC schools lost to other non-DC schools this week?



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Posted 30 August 2014 - 07:03 PM

That MSJ score is kind of a shocker. McNamera was suppose to be decent this year. Not great but competitive in their league.

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Posted 30 August 2014 - 07:37 PM

Transfer U in some trouble:

 

- Friendship Collegiate (DC) 8, Saint Frances 6 (Halftime)



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Posted 30 August 2014 - 08:13 PM

Friendship Collegiate (DC) 14, Saint Frances 6 (8:35 3rd)



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Posted 30 August 2014 - 08:20 PM

Lol at transfer U, pull it out st Francis

#12 eaglesinsider

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Posted 30 August 2014 - 08:27 PM

Friendship Collegiate (DC) 14, Saint Frances 12 (11:54 4th)



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Posted 30 August 2014 - 09:02 PM

Saturday, August 30th:

McDonogh 37, at Benedictine (VA) 14

- Bishop McNamara 7, at Mount Saint Joseph 42

Archbishop Spalding 33, at Riverdale Baptist 27

Saint Mary's 20, at Dunbar (DC) 15

- Mount Carmel 17, at Saint James 34

- Eastern Shore (Home School) (DE) 0, at SEED 22

- Saint Frances 12, at Friendship Collegiate (DC) 14


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#14 eaglesinsider

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Posted 30 August 2014 - 09:03 PM

I guess SFA needs to bring in some more transfers:

 

Friendship Collegiate (DC) 14, Saint Frances 12 (FINAL)

 

FCA picked off a SFA pass with 0:51 left to seal the win



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Posted 31 August 2014 - 12:35 AM

Sfa's defense played well enough to win....the early safety (intentional grounding in the endzone) along with some questionable play calling by the offense in the final 5 minutes, and of course the untimely interceptions just added up to too much to overcome for sfa.

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Posted 31 August 2014 - 02:08 AM

Sfa's defense played well enough to win....the early safety (intentional grounding in the endzone) along with some questionable play calling by the offense in the final 5 minutes, and of course the untimely interceptions just added up to too much to overcome for sfa.

 

 Thanks for the input Cory/Dev.



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Posted 31 August 2014 - 03:45 AM

No honor among thieves.  It would seem to me that loyalty would first go to one's team, then one's league, then perhaps whether a team is public / private or city / town , and then to teams from the state.  But you MIAA guys seem to only hardcore care for your own team.  GA is all Gilman, McEagles is all McD.  Transfer U is the new SFA phrase coined by you MIAA plebes!  Laughing over the loss of one of your own to a non-league opponent...!  Hell, even FCA is known as a another Transfer U, one TU against another supposed TU, yet that doesn't seem to be a relevant factor in this anti-SFA campaign among thieves.  It just seems that you MIAA guys are getting a kick out of one of your own talking a loss to an outsider.

 

In ALL The Games played this weekend and ever played, very nearly half will lose and half will win.  It is MIAA SFA's turn to lose this week but your non-SFA MIAA guys seem to like it.  Hhhmmmm, I'm just taking in a good smell of the MIAA landscape air or is it the MIAA landfill air I detect...  :confused:    It's not TU but MIAA pu I smell!


Edited by DayWalker, 31 August 2014 - 04:00 AM.


#18 miaasportsfan

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Posted 31 August 2014 - 04:52 AM

I think in most cases MIAA fans will root for each other out of conference as it makes our own wins look better. That being said, I think that many view SFA as doing it the "wrong way" and not concurrent with the traditions and values of most of the other MIAA schools.

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Posted 31 August 2014 - 05:52 AM

Very very well stated miaasportsfan BUT if SFA hasn't violated any of your MIAA rules nor have they been sanctioned or called to task for any wrongdoings, then just what's the beef other than kids and parents are leaving one MIAA school to attend SFA?  Tell me, would the gripe be the same if these players were leaving the WCAC or public schools or some other leagues to attend MIAA programs?  Or would there be thumping of chest of how "Harvardly" attractive you are as GA likes to call it.  Or would there be such the outcry if these kids left those MIAA schools and didn't play football at SFA?  The MIAA is a league and I assume with a commisssioner of sorts.  It would seem to me that the MIAA could cut off any shady SFA going-ons at the knee, especially when the MIAA is touted as the premiere league in the state.  But you all seem to be up to your mouths in quick sand over SFA.  The MIAA should shyte or get off the pot in this SFA matter.

 

Or does the MIAA fear SFA going wildcat and leaving the MIAA to be really free to pirate???


Edited by DayWalker, 31 August 2014 - 05:57 AM.


#20 Maroontiger419

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Posted 31 August 2014 - 07:05 AM

Very very well stated miaasportsfan BUT if SFA hasn't violated any of your MIAA rules nor have they been sanctioned or called to task for any wrongdoings, then just what's the beef other than kids and parents are leaving one MIAA school to attend SFA?  Tell me, would the gripe be the same if these players were leaving the WCAC or public schools or some other leagues to attend MIAA programs?  Or would there be thumping of chest of how "Harvardly" attractive you are as GA likes to call it.  Or would there be such the outcry if these kids left those MIAA schools and didn't play football at SFA?  The MIAA is a league and I assume with a commisssioner of sorts.  It would seem to me that the MIAA could cut off any shady SFA going-ons at the knee, especially when the MIAA is touted as the premiere league in the state.  But you all seem to be up to your mouths in quick sand over SFA.  The MIAA should shyte or get off the pot in this SFA matter.

 

Or does the MIAA fear SFA going wildcat and leaving the MIAA to be really free to pirate???

 

My Thoughts exactly DayWalker. They haven't done the MIAA Way. Well, SFA doesn't have McD, Gilman, or Calvert Hall money. What they do have is coaches that get kids into colleges. People may dislike Next Level, but it works. It seems that because SFA isn't the Good Ole Boys of the MIAA, that is seems they are doing it the wrong way. Their kids are getting into college and at the end of the day THATS ALL THAT MATTERS. Coaches are there to develop players in a variety of ways and to assist them in college. Do we complain about them in basketball or MSJ in basketball? It wasn't long ago that those privates were run of the mill teams in Maryland. I remember hearing that Gwynn Park beat Gilman less than a decade ago before the major "investment" in football. Everyone has their recipe for ascension to relevancy. If it is legal...chill. 






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