How will this district fare compared to other districts

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How will this district fare compared to other districts

Postby congo32 » Sat Aug 20, 2011 11:01 pm

I once believed this was one of the toughest districts in the State, but right now this district I believe is in the low to average range. I hope all the teams suprise me this year. Personally I am partial to Crowell, but last season the mental mistakes really costs them some games. Northside is still rebuilding, but appear to be getting better. I haven't seen Chillicothe yet, so I can't comment on them. Paducah is who I pick to win the district followed by Crowell, Northside, then Chillicothe. But I hope they all beat the stuffing out of non-district foes. Good Luck to all. I can say for Crowell the players to watch is Marlow, Parsley, Bond, and Matthews. There are other players, but these guys can be impact players, offensively. Their defense is still lacking and questionable. Hopefully they can pull it together and avoid injuries.
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Re: How will this district fare compared to other districts

Postby WildcatClassOf89 » Wed Aug 31, 2011 8:02 pm

congo32 wrote:I once believed this was one of the toughest districts in the State, but right now this district I believe is in the low to average range. I hope all the teams suprise me this year. Personally I am partial to Crowell, but last season the mental mistakes really costs them some games. Northside is still rebuilding, but appear to be getting better. I haven't seen Chillicothe yet, so I can't comment on them. Paducah is who I pick to win the district followed by Crowell, Northside, then Chillicothe. But I hope they all beat the stuffing out of non-district foes. Good Luck to all. I can say for Crowell the players to watch is Marlow, Parsley, Bond, and Matthews. There are other players, but these guys can be impact players, offensively. Their defense is still lacking and questionable. Hopefully they can pull it together and avoid injuries.



Better add Simmons to the list as he blew up Knox City at Trent. The kid was everywhere on both sides of the ball. Lots of talent this year in our seniors and having 11 of them is a plus also. Wish we had that 12th one!!! Should be a good year for the Cats barring a mental implosion or rash of injuries. They are playing for something other than a trophy!

25 for life!!! RIP Baker!!!
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