Trinity hasnít lost a game in two years... How much longer will the streak continue??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Footballforever74 View Post
    Was Male the last team to beat them?
    Trinity's last loss was to Male in the regional championship 2015. They lost on a missed extra point after scoring a TD to get within 1 in the waning seconds of the game. That was Male's undefeated championship team.
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    Why yes I do, and thanks for asking. A regional schedule for 6A private schools, ( Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Indiana), with a regional playoff and regional championship game. Why not?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardin County Preps View Post
    Why yes I do, and thanks for asking. A regional schedule for 6A private schools, ( Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Indiana), with a regional playoff and regional championship game. Why not?
    So penalize those teams with ridiculous travel because the rest of their respective states can't hang? Seems fair.

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    Is Trinity scheduling Colerain in 2019-2020? Those would be games that could go either way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardin County Preps View Post
    Why yes I do, and thanks for asking. A regional schedule for 6A private schools, ( Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Indiana), with a regional playoff and regional championship game. Why not?
    Here are a couple of reasons-1) the OHSAA, KHSAA, etc are not going to want some of their bigger gates to walk out the door. St Xavier and Trinity drew approx 9700 in the finals, x let's say $10 a ticket. That $97,000 for that game plus any of the broadcast rights and potential parking( I don't know if Kroger field allowed them the concessions and parking)revenues. Take St X and Trinity away and it is Scott County versus Central Hardin and it draws 3000. That's around $70,000 in lost revenue. Now I heard that St Xavier and Trinity are pretty good in Tennis, Cross country, basketball, golf, swimming, baseball, soccer, etc too so do you allow them to enter their non-football teams in the KHSAA sanctioned events if they don't bring football? Especially when Tennessee already has a separate class for football private schools?
    So 8 school league of Trinity, St Xavier, Bishop Chatard( Indy Cathedrals' rival), Lasalle, Moeller, Cincy St Xavier, Elder, and Cathedral. All private boys schools except Cathedral and Chatard. 7 league games. St Edwards and St Ignatius of Cleveland to make it a 10 team league. A lot of travel from Kentucky to Cleveland.

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    Tired of hearing the excuse of "ridiculous travel", Kentucky travel times are a joke compared to other states like Colorado where a team like Durango would potentially have to travel 10-12 hours to play a state playoff game in the Denver area or further north and east of Denver, a 4 -5 hour bus drive isn't that bad for Kentucky schools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardin County Preps View Post
    Tired of hearing the excuse of "ridiculous travel", Kentucky travel times are a joke compared to other states like Colorado where a team like Durango would potentially have to travel 10-12 hours to play a state playoff game in the Denver area or further north and east of Denver, a 4 -5 hour bus drive isn't that bad for Kentucky schools.
    I'm not talking about playoff travel time. That's going to happen. We're talking regular season.

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    Or we can continue having Male, Trinity, St X. win 22 of the last 19 championships and not give anybody else a prayer of winning this thing, sounds fair???

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    So in the end, its not about leveling the playing field, it's about the money?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardin County Preps View Post
    Or we can continue having Male, Trinity, St X. win 22 of the last 19 championships and not give anybody else a prayer of winning this thing, sounds fair???
    Again... You're going to punish the success of those teams because everyone else can't keep up?

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    "We can't beat you guys, so y'all go play somewhere else."


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    yep, been happening for 20+ years, guess it can continue for 20 more? Good job guys, way to address a problem

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    Need to go back to the Jefferson County champ vs. the Kentucky at large champ. At least then the Kentucky at large champ could have state championship rings as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hardin County Preps View Post
    yep, been happening for 20+ years, guess it can continue for 20 more? Good job guys, way to address a problem
    Maybe the teams chasing the top dogs should be the ones to address the problem... Just a thought.

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    Question. What do you think has happened that has led to the Big 3 of Louisville to dominate so in last 20 years?

    Prior to that Lexington Schools competed and won a title or 2. GRC and Nelson County had a year. Even other Louisville schools won titles in the 70’s.

    So what is different now that makes some think no one can compete any longer?

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