How did your jv,freshmen and jr high teams do.

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    How did your jv,freshmen and jr high teams do.

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    Highlands freshman team went undefeated.........Watch out for Josh Conner. He will be a force for the birds for the next 3 years on both sides of the ball.In a freshman playoff game this year he had over 400 yards rushing...By the way the freshman teams for Highlands have gone undefeated for the past 2 years........JV was a little down this year do to the fact that they played alot of Sophs and Juniors on varsity....Highlands varsity was exteremely young this year and should be very strong for the next few years...


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    Somersets JV team went 9-0 this year.. posting two wins over clay, one over rock, and vs a very good southwestern JV team.. look for somerset to contend for the region each of the next 3 years

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    Bardstown has talent down through the 7th grade. Freshmen lost to Holy Cross in the championship. Keep any eye on LB/RB Rashaun Phillips a freshmen. If he avoids injury and keeps his head screwed on straight, he will be a playmaker.

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    dixies jv did really good this year. they will be really good the next two years

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    X's Freshman were undefeated...JV lost 1 game to Cinn Moeller by 6. Freshman beat Moeller by 11

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    Quote Originally Posted by jetsweep
    dixies jv did really good this year. they will be really good the next two years
    9-1 to be exact and yes I agree!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xman85
    X's Freshman were undefeated...JV lost 1 game to Cinn Moeller by 6. Freshman beat Moeller by 11
    I believe that is 26 wins in a row for the St. X freshman. The "infamous" Coach Brown has got a good thing going on. I am sure he will have the next group of Baby Bengals ready to extend that streak next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Corps
    I believe that is 26 wins in a row for the St. X freshman. The "infamous" Coach Brown has got a good thing going on. I am sure he will have the next group of Baby Bengals ready to extend that streak next year.
    Trinity and X usually have over 100 freshman. How do you keep that many happy and do they divide them up into 2 or 3 teams so more kids get to play?

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    Quote Originally Posted by footballfever
    Trinity and X usually have over 100 freshman. How do you keep that many happy and do they divide them up into 2 or 3 teams so more kids get to play?
    St. X had about 95 players on this years team, Trinity has had a lot fewer players these past few years. The coaches at St. X do a very good job of substituting players and trying to get as many as they can playing time, although it might be for just a few plays. However, the players all understand that playing time is earned not given, and those that work the hardest and produce get the most playing time. (The players seem to understand this better than some parents.) St. X is fortunate to have 9 paid coaches and several other volunteer coaches, so the ratio of players to coach is fairly low. The players get a lot of individual instruction during drills and practice.

    The one thing that is hard to explain is the desire of so many kids to be a part of the St. X tradition, and being a part of a St. X football team is more important to them than playing time. The coaching staff encourages the kids to stick with it if that is what they want. A good example is this year’s group of 55 seniors. Not all of them play, but they stuck with it for 4 years to be part of that tradition. At the football banquet next month when the players are introduced you will not be able to tell the difference between the all stars and the substitutes, they will all be part of the team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Corps
    I believe that is 26 wins in a row for the St. X freshman. The "infamous" Coach Brown has got a good thing going on. I am sure he will have the next group of Baby Bengals ready to extend that streak next year.
    As a former BPer used to post:

    * Legendary Coach Brown

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old Corps
    I believe that is 26 wins in a row for the St. X freshman. The "infamous" Coach Brown has got a good thing going on. I am sure he will have the next group of Baby Bengals ready to extend that streak next year.

    He does an outstanding job. The Frosh Defense was incredible this year. I believe they (defense) scored almost 50 points this year and had 28 INTs. 19 was the most points they gave up all year and that was against a very tough Butler team. Butler was undefeated also until the met X in the last game of the year. Watch out for Butler in the next couple of years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by footballfever
    Trinity and X usually have over 100 freshman. How do you keep that many happy and do they divide them up into 2 or 3 teams so more kids get to play?
    X had like 95 on the frosh team. X football is a no-cut sport. Football at X is a different animal. X does not put players names on their jerseys. They play for the team not the individual. The coaches instill a lot of team and school pride over individual pride.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raiderbird
    Highlands freshman team went undefeated.........Watch out for Josh Conner. He will be a force for the birds for the next 3 years on both sides of the ball.In a freshman playoff game this year he had over 400 yards rushing...By the way the freshman teams for Highlands have gone undefeated for the past 2 years........JV was a little down this year do to the fact that they played alot of Sophs and Juniors on varsity....Highlands varsity was exteremely young this year and should be very strong for the next few years...


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    Perhaps the Highlands JV could play the St. X JV next year? Sounds like that would be a great game.

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    What is a JV team? I am from Henderson and I am not sure what that is?

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