Originally Posted by thsrocks
I had to take a timeout. It lasted more than 30 minutes, so I could not edit my post. Here are some more words of wisdom.
More specifically, we will learn how Trinity handles a well-disciplined team with size and some skill people. We cannot count on Moeller giving us 111 penalty yards as did Warren Central(IN). Moeller is not as highly touted as in recent years, but they are still Moeller. Moeller has two more games with 6A Kentucky teams in the coming weeks. We'll be able to play the comparison score game until the final four in the playoffs! Can Nick Bohn continue his hot hand at QB? I am told his confidence grew immensely when was inserted as the starting QB in last year's playoff game with Ohio County. The Trinity defense is playing well despite giving up 7 touchdowns last Friday. We'll learn if having Alex Wilson back in the defensive backfield makes a difference in coverage and open field tackling. The defense stood up and made the play of the game stopping Warren Central from 1.5 yards out from a go ahead two point conversion.
As for Saint Xavier, can they steam roll the Purples, keeping Bowling Green's offense off the field. Saint Xavier usually has a strong kicking game. We'll see how that holds up in the muck Saturday.
If the Tigers match the Pleasure Ridge Park effort shown versus Bowling Green, a similar outcome should be achieved. The 6A district three schedule will be very interesting and competitive the rest of the year.