St. X State of the Program

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    401 passing attempts is 26.7 per game for 15 games. If I remember correctly Bohn had a few games in which he threw only 12-20 times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheDeuce View Post
    Trinity had 404 rushing attempts and 401 passing attempts.
    Per the team stats on KHSAA (which hasn't been updated to include the St. X game), Trinity had 280 rushing attempts and 340 passing attempts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bruin66 View Post
    Where did you get that information? I am not sure it is accurate on the passing stats.
    Quote Originally Posted by gchs_uk9 View Post
    Per the team stats on KHSAA (which hasn't been updated to include the St. X game), Trinity had 280 rushing attempts and 340 passing attempts.

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    Interesting. It appears that they didn't include every player in the KHSAA stats. Not sure why they'd do that.

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    You are correct. Sorry I misread your post. I thought you said 401 passing attempts for St. X and 404 for Trinity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gchs_uk9 View Post
    Interesting. It appears that they didn't include every player in the KHSAA stats. Not sure why they'd do that.
    Agree, for some reason the stats on KHSAA link are not accurate or complete. For example Bohn's Simon Kenton stats are attributed to nose tackle Cody Auxier.

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    Looking at the 2-deep chart from the state final,

    SAINT X
    1st Offense / 2nd offense
    10-Srs / 4-Srs
    1-Jr / 7-Jrs

    1st defense / 2nd defense
    9-Srs / 4-srs
    2-Jrs / 7-jrs


    TRINITY
    1st Offense / 2nd offense
    6-Srs / 2-Srs
    4-Jr / 7-Jrs
    1-Soph / 2-Soph

    1st defense* / 2nd defense*
    7-Srs / 0-srs
    3-Jrs / 9-jrs
    1-soph / 2-soph

    *some players used in 2 spots

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tigerpride94 View Post
    Good year this year. The kids that are going to be seniors and juniors went undefeated as JV and Frosh so next year should be very good. I would like to see improvement in pass defense. Give too big cushions and receivers wide open sometimes.
    They have a few Junior starting DBs(Carlon, Boarman)coming back, by far the most experienced part of the team next year. Should be much improved.

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    Speaking of state of the program. Any word on what the incoming freshman classes look like for each school. If Trinity matches this year’s group with another group like it, i don’t see Saint X winning against Trinity for another 4 years. Saint X has their best shot at beating Trinity next year. I would rate next year a toss up.

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