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    Quote Originally Posted by atm10 View Post
    Sorry need to amend previous statement- Back 3 were NKY and front four from Louisville, one of the crews for the finals.
    Officials DO NOT WORK Playoff games involving the teams they work during the regular season.

    NO LOUISVILLE OFFICIAL worked that game last night
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    Quote Originally Posted by NLTanker1 View Post
    Can we get stats posted
    Box Score (Final)
    Trinity High School vs Central Hardin HS (Nov 24, 2017 at Central Hardin HS)

    Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score
    ----------------- -- -- -- -- -----
    Trinity High School. 14 28 7 0 - 49 Record: (14-0)
    Central Hardin HS... 3 0 0 0 - 3 Record: (10-4)



    Scoring Summary:
    1st 08:54 THS - Smith,G 3 yd run (S Mata kick), 9-65 3:06, THS 7 - CENHARD 0
    04:20 CENHARD - G Schall 41 yd field goal, 9-46 4:28, THS 7 - CENHARD 3
    03:50 THS - Smith,G 64 yd run (S Mata kick), 2-74 0:28, THS 14 - CENHARD 3
    2nd 11:52 THS - Strothman,N 30 yd pass from Bohn,N (S Mata kick), 4-51 0:48, THS 21 - CENHARD 3
    09:53 THS - R Moore 58 yd punt return (S Mata kick), , THS 28 - CENHARD 3
    07:46 THS - Strothman,N 17 yd pass from Bohn,N (S Mata kick), 4-35 1:09, THS 35 - CENHARD 3
    03:09 THS - R Miller 13 yd pass from Bohn,N (S Mata kick), 10-58 3:09, THS 42 - CENHARD 3
    3rd 00:03 THS - Strothman,N 34 yd pass from Bohn,N (S Mata kick), 3-40 1:44, THS 49 - CENHARD 3



    THS CENHARD
    FIRST DOWNS................... 17 4
    RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ 33-189 35-95
    PASSING YDS (NET)............. 170 0
    Passes Att-Comp-Int........... 16-13-0 3-0-0
    TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS..... 49-359 38-95
    Fumble Returns-Yards.......... 0-0 0-0
    Punt Returns-Yards............ 2-57 0-0
    Kickoff Returns-Yards......... 1-1 8-149
    Interception Returns-Yards.... 0-0 0-0
    Punts (Number-Avg)............ 1-31.0 7-24.0
    Fumbles-Lost.................. 2-0 4-2
    Penalties-Yards............... 2-10 1-21
    Possession Time............... 20:31 26:34
    Third-Down Conversions........ 5 of 10 0 of 10
    Fourth-Down Conversions....... 1 of 4 1 of 2
    Red-Zone Scores-Chances....... 3-5 0-0
    Sacks By: Number-Yards........ 0-0 2-14


    RUSHING: Trinity High School-Smith,G 19-162; L McGuire 7-15; B Tully
    2-12; R Moore 2-4; Bohn,N 3-minus 4. Central Hardin HS-J Hobbs 9-36; J Volentine
    11-30; D Wilkerson 6-9; J Chapman 4-9; W Lawler 1-7; D Duncan 3-3; T Fergerson
    1-1.

    PASSING: Trinity High School-Bohn,N 13-13-0-170; R Moore 0-2-0-0; J
    McKean 0-1-0-0. Central Hardin HS-J Hobbs 0-3-0-0.

    RECEIVING: Trinity High School-Strothman,N 7-115; A Polombino 3-24; R
    Miller 1-13; L McGuire 1-13; R Moore 1-5. Central Hardin HS-.

    INTERCEPTIONS: Trinity High School-None. Central Hardin HS-None.

    FUMBLES: Trinity High School-R Moore 2-0. Central Hardin HS-J Hobbs 2-0;
    G Schall 1-1; D Duncan 1-1.

    Stadium: Bruin Attendance: 4000
    Kickoff time: 7:30pm End of Game: 9:13pm Total elapsed time: 1h47m
    Officials:
    Temperature: 48 Wind: 5mph Weather: cool,clear

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    Folks at Central Hardin where very nice and complementary of the game and Trinity. Moore’s punt return was absolutely sick and the bacon and cheese curly fries with ranch are fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 87ROCK View Post
    Box Score (Final)
    Trinity High School vs Central Hardin HS (Nov 24, 2017 at Central Hardin HS)

    Score by Quarters 1 2 3 4 Score
    ----------------- -- -- -- -- -----
    Trinity High School. 14 28 7 0 - 49 Record: (14-0)
    Central Hardin HS... 3 0 0 0 - 3 Record: (10-4)



    Scoring Summary:
    1st 08:54 THS - Smith,G 3 yd run (S Mata kick), 9-65 3:06, THS 7 - CENHARD 0
    04:20 CENHARD - G Schall 41 yd field goal, 9-46 4:28, THS 7 - CENHARD 3
    03:50 THS - Smith,G 64 yd run (S Mata kick), 2-74 0:28, THS 14 - CENHARD 3
    2nd 11:52 THS - Strothman,N 30 yd pass from Bohn,N (S Mata kick), 4-51 0:48, THS 21 - CENHARD 3
    09:53 THS - R Moore 58 yd punt return (S Mata kick), , THS 28 - CENHARD 3
    07:46 THS - Strothman,N 17 yd pass from Bohn,N (S Mata kick), 4-35 1:09, THS 35 - CENHARD 3
    03:09 THS - R Miller 13 yd pass from Bohn,N (S Mata kick), 10-58 3:09, THS 42 - CENHARD 3
    3rd 00:03 THS - Strothman,N 34 yd pass from Bohn,N (S Mata kick), 3-40 1:44, THS 49 - CENHARD 3



    THS CENHARD
    FIRST DOWNS................... 17 4
    RUSHES-YARDS (NET)............ 33-189 35-95
    PASSING YDS (NET)............. 170 0
    Passes Att-Comp-Int........... 16-13-0 3-0-0
    TOTAL OFFENSE PLAYS-YARDS..... 49-359 38-95
    Fumble Returns-Yards.......... 0-0 0-0
    Punt Returns-Yards............ 2-57 0-0
    Kickoff Returns-Yards......... 1-1 8-149
    Interception Returns-Yards.... 0-0 0-0
    Punts (Number-Avg)............ 1-31.0 7-24.0
    Fumbles-Lost.................. 2-0 4-2
    Penalties-Yards............... 2-10 1-21
    Possession Time............... 20:31 26:34
    Third-Down Conversions........ 5 of 10 0 of 10
    Fourth-Down Conversions....... 1 of 4 1 of 2
    Red-Zone Scores-Chances....... 3-5 0-0
    Sacks By: Number-Yards........ 0-0 2-14


    RUSHING: Trinity High School-Smith,G 19-162; L McGuire 7-15; B Tully
    2-12; R Moore 2-4; Bohn,N 3-minus 4. Central Hardin HS-J Hobbs 9-36; J Volentine
    11-30; D Wilkerson 6-9; J Chapman 4-9; W Lawler 1-7; D Duncan 3-3; T Fergerson
    1-1.

    PASSING: Trinity High School-Bohn,N 13-13-0-170; R Moore 0-2-0-0; J
    McKean 0-1-0-0. Central Hardin HS-J Hobbs 0-3-0-0.

    RECEIVING: Trinity High School-Strothman,N 7-115; A Polombino 3-24; R
    Miller 1-13; L McGuire 1-13; R Moore 1-5. Central Hardin HS-.

    INTERCEPTIONS: Trinity High School-None. Central Hardin HS-None.

    FUMBLES: Trinity High School-R Moore 2-0. Central Hardin HS-J Hobbs 2-0;
    G Schall 1-1; D Duncan 1-1.

    Stadium: Bruin Attendance: 4000
    Kickoff time: 7:30pm End of Game: 9:13pm Total elapsed time: 1h47m
    Officials:
    Temperature: 48 Wind: 5mph Weather: cool,clear
    Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JIM SEYMOUR # 85 View Post
    Officials DO NOT WORK Playoff games involving the teams they work during the regular season.

    NO LOUISVILLE OFFICIAL worked that game last night
    Sorry didn’t check auto correct...Lex and NKY

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Truthsayer View Post
    Rondale Moore's return

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    What a tremendous effort by Rondale on this run! St Xavier is in trouble trying to contain him.
    Unfortunately, some may look at this film and see other things. The national Federation adopted changes to blocking rules this year.
    “The NFHS Football Rules Committee’s actions this year once again addressed risk minimization, officiating, competitive balance and game administration,” said Bob Colgate, director of sports and sports medicine at the NFHS and staff liaison for football.

    The definition of a blindside block established by the committee is “a block against an opponent other than the runner, who does not see the blocker approaching,” and now results in a 15-yard penalty.

    The committee stated that the blindside block “involves contact by a blocker against an opponent who, because of physical positioning and focus of concentration, is vulnerable to injury. Unless initiated with open hands, it is a foul for excessive and unnecessary contact when the block is forceful and outside of the free-blocking zone.”

    “As has been the case for many years, the NFHS Football Rules Committee continued to place their main emphasis on risk minimization,” said Todd Tharp, chair of the NFHS Football Rules Committee and assistant director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association. “With this new definition of a blindside block and the penalty to be assessed, the committee stresses the importance of proper coaching techniques under the rules and accurate enforcement by the game officials.”

    So I ask you to look at the block at the 18 second mark by #47 white, the block by #10 at the 21 second mark, the the decleating block at the 30 second mark, one might think differently based on the federation rule change. Last year, those might be considered good blocks with "head in front". But the rules say the hands must initiate the contact on blindside hits.
    I am not a football referee currently and the crew had much better angles than we can see on video. If they are working a semifinal game, they are all outstanding referees. On this Friday night on this play, no flags were thrown. But with Trinity getting 200 yards in penalties the week before, don't be surprised to see a lot of flags in the championship game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyref View Post
    What a tremendous effort by Rondale on this run! St Xavier is in trouble trying to contain him.
    Unfortunately, some may look at this film and see other things. The national Federation adopted changes to blocking rules this year.
    “The NFHS Football Rules Committee’s actions this year once again addressed risk minimization, officiating, competitive balance and game administration,” said Bob Colgate, director of sports and sports medicine at the NFHS and staff liaison for football.

    The definition of a blindside block established by the committee is “a block against an opponent other than the runner, who does not see the blocker approaching,” and now results in a 15-yard penalty.

    The committee stated that the blindside block “involves contact by a blocker against an opponent who, because of physical positioning and focus of concentration, is vulnerable to injury. Unless initiated with open hands, it is a foul for excessive and unnecessary contact when the block is forceful and outside of the free-blocking zone.”

    “As has been the case for many years, the NFHS Football Rules Committee continued to place their main emphasis on risk minimization,” said Todd Tharp, chair of the NFHS Football Rules Committee and assistant director of the Iowa High School Athletic Association. “With this new definition of a blindside block and the penalty to be assessed, the committee stresses the importance of proper coaching techniques under the rules and accurate enforcement by the game officials.”

    So I ask you to look at the block at the 18 second mark by #47 white, the block by #10 at the 21 second mark, the the decleating block at the 30 second mark, one might think differently based on the federation rule change. Last year, those might be considered good blocks with "head in front". But the rules say the hands must initiate the contact on blindside hits.
    I am not a football referee currently and the crew had much better angles than we can see on video. If they are working a semifinal game, they are all outstanding referees. On this Friday night on this play, no flags were thrown. But with Trinity getting 200 yards in penalties the week before, don't be surprised to see a lot of flags in the championship game.
    WOW! You are really stretching here. Or maybe it is just wishing. The block by 47 at the 18 second mark is in close quarters and is not a blindside block. It is also not the type of blocking situation mentioned in the explanation of the rule. The block by 10 at the 21 second mark does use the hands and the proper blocking technique called for in the new rules. The block at the 30 second mark also uses extended arms as called for in the new rule.

    Thank you for giving us a chance to see just how well coached the Trinity kids are. As I have pointed out in other threads, I was disappointed in how long it took the coaches and kids to adjust to what I thought was a style of officiating that was significantly different from what they had seen all year in the SK game. That said, you will notice that it was fixed prior to the CH game. Two procedure penalties for a total of 10 yards.

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