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    Ryle 2017

    What does Ryle need to do to improve in 2017? What do they need to keep doing to be successful? Remember, please be constructive.
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    Ryle returns the top NKY RB Jake Chisholm 5'9 180 pounds. The get is a really good RB rough to tackle.

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    Ryle also returns 6'4 285 pound Parker Bisek who has several D1 offers.

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    The big question mark is who replaces Tanner Morgan at QB? Several options are Jake Smith 6'3 180 Jr., Caleb Furnish 5'10 135 Jr., Matt Jarman 5'11 195 Sr., Keegan Stanken So. or Hunter Ahlfeld So.

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    Schedule

    8/11 Trinity scrimnage
    8/18 @ CovCath
    8/25 @ Henry Clay
    9/1 Boone County
    9/8 @ Highlands
    9/15 Campbell County
    9/29 Cathedral
    10/6 @ Cooper
    10/14 Conner
    10/20 @ Simon Kenton
    10/27 @ Dixie

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    Indy Cathedral at Ryle (Homecoming) Heard they have 6, D1 kids on defense alone. This is gonna be an interesting game.

    Head Coach: "how good are we?"
    Assistant Coaches: "we had a pretty good year last season"
    Head Coach: "Okay, I'll schedule a 6+ headed monster on Homecoming"

    Congrats to him for sticking his neck out : )

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    Ryle will dominate NKY 6A again this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKUisgr8 View Post
    Ryle will dominate NKY 6A again this year.
    Thats not saying much these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pioneer.Pride View Post
    Thats not saying much these days.
    I think NKY 6A has become respectable. They had 3-4 teams in or near the top ten for most of last year if I remember correctly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKUisgr8 View Post
    Ryle will dominate NKY 6A again this year.
    Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NKUisgr8 View Post
    I think NKY 6A has become respectable. They had 3-4 teams in or near the top ten for most of last year if I remember correctly.
    Scott County, Lafayette, Male, T and X are 4 scores better than anybody up here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pioneer.Pride View Post
    Scott County, Lafayette, Male, T and X are 4 scores better than anybody up here.
    Not sure about Lafayette but no argument on the others, that still leaves NKY 6A in line with the rest of the state. I think that's pretty respectable given the set up for KY 6A.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pioneer.Pride View Post
    Scott County, Lafayette, Male, T and X are 4 scores better than anybody up here.
    Wrong!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pioneer.Pride View Post
    Scott County, Lafayette, Male, T and X are 4 scores better than anybody up here.
    I'll give you Male and T in that assumption but the rest are good but not 4 scores better and frankly could be beaten by a couple NKY schools. Ryle and SK will be formidable opponents to represent NKY in 6A this year. Cooper and Conner were both hit hard by graduation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Sixer View Post
    I'll give you Male and T in that assumption but the rest are good but not 4 scores better and frankly could be beaten by a couple NKY schools. Ryle and SK will be formidable opponents to represent NKY in 6A this year. Cooper and Conner were both hit hard by graduation.
    Ryle lost to Scott County , with an established QB. SK gave up 60 to Lafayette.

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