All District Teams Are Out

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    Where are the rest of the AAA Districts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xtiger69
    All I can say is WOW. Vic Anderson(Tim Doughtery,Alex Kramer,Michael Mattingly, and on and on) did not even make all- district.A very poor show of sportsmanship on the voters part.
    What a joke.

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    Glad to see my man Matt Guida made it on the first team offense and defense.

    How is Vic Anderson not on there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stick1
    Glad to see my man Matt Guida made it on the first team offense and defense.

    How is Vic Anderson not on there?
    Because Vic Anderson got hurt against Trinity and only played the last half of district play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 02Ram54
    Because Vic Anderson got hurt against Trinity and only played the last half of district play.
    I see, that makes sense then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 02Ram54
    Because Vic Anderson got hurt against Trinity and only played the last half of district play.
    Vic missed only two games, Manual and PRP. Although votes for some players were rendered based on their performances for the past two seasons, this same consideration was not given to Vic. Having missed just 2 games should not have kept such a key player off that team. He played a huge role in every game he played and even in the Manual game he didn't play, as Coach Nichols said much of his practice the week prior to the St. X game was working to stop Vic. I refuse to believe if the all-district team was for real, and not just on paper, the coach would not pick him for the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockPride
    ^ by the way, we were the one's who got jobbed...

    But we are still playing so a small trade, if you will.
    Please explain further. I counted 7 Trinity players on the 1st team with 15 total including honorable mentioned.

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    ^ I'll tell you why. We were way, way, way BETTER than our entire district, with that we should have WAY, WAY, WAY more people on the first team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockPride
    ^ I'll tell you why. We were way, way, way BETTER than our entire district, with that we should have WAY, WAY, WAY more people on the first team.
    Exactly. Combined score against district opponents:

    Trinity 389
    District 78

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    ^ Agreed.... Trinity's O-line BLASTED all district opponents.... and they had 1 on the AD team and 2 HMs. Hmmmmmm guess we have to get some of those other schools in there somewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockPride
    ^ I'll tell you why. We were way, way, way BETTER than our entire district, with that we should have WAY, WAY, WAY more people on the first team.
    Probably but you know how all the coaches vote. It must be part of the BoyCott.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0116cwb
    Vic missed only two games, Manual and PRP. Although votes for some players were rendered based on their performances for the past two seasons, this same consideration was not given to Vic. Having missed just 2 games should not have kept such a key player off that team. He played a huge role in every game he played and even in the Manual game he didn't play, as Coach Nichols said much of his practice the week prior to the St. X game was working to stop Vic. I refuse to believe if the all-district team was for real, and not just on paper, the coach would not pick him for the team.
    Welcome to the real world. R2D4 was loaded at the RB and FB. No way a player that didn't play against 2 of the teams was going to get enough votes for 1st team. He DID get enough votes for 2nd team, which is a testament to his ability.

    It's a six game district. He missed 2 games and I'm pretty sure didn't play a full load against Iroquois. That's 1/3+ of district play that he sat out.

    I personally think he was the best RB in the district. I expected Beaumont and Horton to outgain him on district votes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 02Ram54
    Welcome to the real world. R2D4 was loaded at the RB and FB. No way a player that didn't play against 2 of the teams was going to get enough votes for 1st team. He DID get enough votes for 2nd team, which is a testament to his ability.

    It's a six game district. He missed 2 games and I'm pretty sure didn't play a full load against Iroquois. That's 1/3+ of district play that he sat out.

    I personally think he was the best RB in the district. I expected Beaumont and Horton to outgain him on district votes.
    Well, I can agree with you on one point:"I personally think he was the best RB in the district." However, enough votes for 2nd team is a testament to his ability. NO. And in the Iroquois game, St. X was so dominant not many of the starters played more than 1/3 of the game. I'm sure many starters on most teams are pulled early on lopsided wins. BTW, Iroquois was Vic's first game back after his injury and he scored on his first run, once again highlighting his presence. His playing time may have been less than others, due to lopsided wins and his injury, but his performances and accomplishments were greater. Further, not all votes were based stricly on district play, some were based on the past two seasons, and you can verify that in your own backyard. So please don't continue to use his missing 2 games as a justification for ignoring his amazing abilities. Also, I appreciate your welcome to the real world, but I've been here for a while and, fortunately, I do not always find everything as shallow, hypocritcal and immature as I did this vote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0116cwb
    Well, I can agree with you on one point:"I personally think he was the best RB in the district." However, enough votes for 2nd team is a testament to his ability. NO. And in the Iroquois game, St. X was so dominant not many of the starters played more than 1/3 of the game. I'm sure many starters on most teams are pulled early on lopsided wins. BTW, Iroquois was Vic's first game back after his injury and he scored on his first run, once again highlighting his presence. His playing time may have been less than others, due to lopsided wins and his injury, but his performances and accomplishments were greater. Further, not all votes were based stricly on district play, some were based on the past two seasons, and you can verify that in your own backyard. So please don't continue to use his missing 2 games as a justification for ignoring his amazing abilities. Also, I appreciate your welcome to the real world, but I've been here for a while and, fortunately, I do not always find everything as shallow, hypocritcal and immature as I did this vote.
    I'm not, I'm pointing to the REASON. That's all. If Victor Anderson played all 6 games, I feel confident that he would have made 1st team. Missing 2 games means that half of the coaches aren't likely to vote you first team (your own coach can't vote for you at all, and I'm sure that the votes Horton and Beaumont picked up from PRP were the differences.) With so many GOOD RB's in the district, it was going to be close.

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    I like to know how many times these players are seen by their supportive fans, maybe 12-13 times already. How many times have the players selected been seen by these same supporters? Once or twice maybe. Please quit discounting ALL other selections because your top players (in your opinion) were made HR or left off this less than prestigious list. It is not very becoming.

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