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25-20, 25-13, 25-20. Beechwood lived up to it's coaches poll ranking, and I'm done believing the hype about Highlands.

 

If the expectation for Highlands is that they are "built to last" and that this is indeed the year they turn the corner with a team led by 7 seniors, then I think you need to be able to at least win 1 set against a good team like Beechwood.

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25-20, 25-13, 25-20. Beechwood lived up to it's coaches poll ranking, and I'm done believing the hype about Highlands.

 

If the expectation for Highlands is that they are "built to last" and that this is indeed the year they turn the corner with a team led by 7 seniors, then I think you need to be able to at least win 1 set against a good team like Beechwood.

 

Who said this is the year and that they are "built to last"?

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So you want to spend time ripping on a girls high school volleyball program because of an article in the newspaper and the result of one game of volleyball? I am with others on here that do not understand the constant attempts to "tear down" a program. These are high school kids that are being talked about and not adults.

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So you want to spend time ripping on a girls high school volleyball program because of an article in the newspaper and the result of one game of volleyball? I am with others on here that do not understand the constant attempts to "tear down" a program. These are high school kids that are being talked about and not adults.

 

Yes, but why have an article written about you? Why don't the newspapers write the articles about NKY teams that will make a difference in the big picture? Guaranteed the HHS coach contacted the newspaper for the article. Not sure but that's my guess.

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Yes, but why have an article written about you? Why don't the newspapers write the articles about NKY teams that will make a difference in the big picture? Guaranteed the HHS coach contacted the newspaper for the article. Not sure but that's my guess.

 

Are you kidding me?????? Should every football article in the paper be about Highlands because they make a difference in the big picture? I am sure the Brossart's, Newport's, Bellevue's, Dayton's, Ryle's, Cooper's and your beloved Blue Colonels would not like that.

 

There are articles all the time written about programs. And how about some evidence to 'guarantee' that the coach contacted the paper. These comments are just silly and certainly explain a lot about the high school sports climate that we live in today.

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Yes, but why have an article written about you? Why don't the newspapers write the articles about NKY teams that will make a difference in the big picture? Guaranteed the HHS coach contacted the newspaper for the article. Not sure but that's my guess.

 

Comments like this make me think some fans are missing the "Big Picture".

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Are you kidding me?????? Should every football article in the paper be about Highlands because they make a difference in the big picture? I am sure the Brossart's, Newport's, Bellevue's, Dayton's, Ryle's, Cooper's and your beloved Blue Colonels would not like that.

 

There are articles all the time written about programs. And how about some evidence to 'guarantee' that the coach contacted the paper. These comments are just silly and certainly explain a lot about the high school sports climate that we live in today.

 

Let me make it very clear that I am not a fan of cov cath, nor am I a fan of any school. I am, however, a volleyball mind trying to break through to people that are stuck in their own little world, thinking their child is god's greatest gift to the earth.

 

Back to the issue, I'm not saying a school or program shouldn't have an article written about them, but when you write an article pre-season setting a hype for a team that is "built to last", when clearly they are not, as evident the past 3 years, that's just a ton of bull and I think you know that.

 

No sports writer would approach a coach of a sub .500 school out of the blue and ask to write about their program and talk about their "successes". It just doesn't happen without someone reaching out.

 

I probably wouldn't have even said anything had it not been about Highlands. I just hate that everyone in Fort Thomas live in their little bubble and think they are superior to everyone.

 

Rant over.

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Let me make it very clear that I am not a fan of cov cath, nor am I a fan of any school. I am, however, a volleyball mind trying to break through to people that are stuck in their own little world, thinking their child is god's greatest gift to the earth.

 

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Back to the issue, I'm not saying a school or program shouldn't have an article written about them, but when you write an article pre-season setting a hype for a team that is "built to last", when clearly they are not, as evident the past 3 years, that's just a ton of bull and I think you know that.

 

No sports writer would approach a coach of a sub .500 school out of the blue and ask to write about their program and talk about their "successes". It just doesn't happen without someone reaching out.

 

I probably wouldn't have even said anything had it not been about Highlands. I just hate that everyone in Fort Thomas live in their little bubble and think they are superior to everyone.

 

Rant over.

 

Oh here we go, the real truth finally comes out. It is a HIGHLANDS thing. Get so tired of hearing this garbage all of the time. So tell me, what did a Highlands team or parent do to you back in the day? And by the way, was this article not written sometime last spring? I cannot tell from the picture that has been posted.

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