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Pallotti's Thomas steps down

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3 hours ago, Tiger1012 said:

Give me a break....Winter a clown...Heard he was canned...If Corum does go to SFA...How many teams refuse to play? any guesses.

I think he’s already at SFA. 

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1 hour ago, GREYHOUND ALUM said:

I think he’s already at SFA. 

Corum can’t be at SFA now he would have to sit out no matter what. 

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You really don't think the MIAA bull$hit rules really mean anything. All they'll do is give some bogus address and the kid will play. The league is run by idiots with no integrity 

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10 hours ago, cfoty said:

You really don't think the MIAA bull$hit rules really mean anything. All they'll do is give some bogus address and the kid will play. The league is run by idiots with no integrity 

You dont say...?;) 

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22 hours ago, Bully said:

I guess all that bravado against McDonogh before they got escorted off the field and big talk of competing in A division went away real fast.  Funny how winning the B division seems to give teams a false sense of ability.  Your in the B division for a reason.  

Not a big fan of how his team behaved last year at MCD. Perfect fit at SFA given Biff stood idly by while his Greyhound team stomped the L at Blakefield. Yes the MIAA is a complete joke from a governance perspective and reflects poorly on the presidents of their member schools. The Organization is more concerned about catering to the Catholic hierarchy and politically correct thinking than running a Conference founded on sportsmanship.

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“Sean Caine, spokesman for the Archdiocese of Baltimore, said that St. Frances Academy falls outside of the diocesan school system, and that the Archdiocese does not operate all Catholic schools in the area. The school is owned and operated by the Baltimore-based Oblate Sisters of Providence, which didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.”

 

^^ never knew that but it’s so many wild stories coming from that school. Even heard they did not have heat during the winter also. Did Biff big bucks finally get the heat fixed? 

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21 hours ago, RM7 said:

So what’s 6-7 former head coaches now at SFA

Lol yup with the Rev Do Right leading the pack 

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1 hour ago, GOOCH said:

Lol yup with the Rev Do Right leading the pack 

Oh ya most definitely lol.  I guess at some point with all these coaches an the best players money can buy you have to win the “MNC” right?  

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Heard down at UMD camp this weekend that Tony Ashley from Good Counsel / Mohoco will be the next HC at Pallotti

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1 hour ago, araiderfan said:

Heard down at UMD camp this weekend that Tony Ashley from Good Counsel / Mohoco will be the next HC at Pallotti

Nice hire. 

Did you catch any of the 7 vs 7 games at UMD? Any teams or players stick out? 

Edited by Silverbullet

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1 hour ago, araiderfan said:

Heard down at UMD camp this weekend that Tony Ashley from Good Counsel / Mohoco will be the next HC at Pallotti

Tony an Dancel are very tight.  

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17 minutes ago, Silverbullet said:

Nice hire. 

Did you catch any of the 7 vs 7 games at UMD? Any teams or players stick out? 

Spend a good part of the morning at the Big Man Camp. Headed over to 7 on 7 which got called shortly afterwards because of lightning in the area but the team that did stick out was Life Christian Academy out of Richmond. It is a new program. They had athletes that were fast, thick, cut and big. They game I saw was them and DeMatha....it was 2 TDs a piece when called. DeMatha was a more disciplined team but Life was a raw physical team with some talent. Want to see what kind of bigs they got.............with their skills and mids, they will make a lot of noise this year.

Reminded me  of reading the article on SFA where they said Richmond didn't have anything like SFA......we might soon find otherwise with this group.

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