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(Quarantine Fun) 2020 Regional Pre-Season Louisville Metro Top 10

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1. North Hardin

2. Central Hardin

3. South Oldham

4. Bardstown

5. Meade County

6. North Bullitt

7. Elizabethtown

8. Oldham County

9. Shelby County

10. Bullitt East

 

Agree/Disagree?

Who should be in? Who should they replace?

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Is North Bullitt too low? They return a ton from a solid team.

 

Will John Hardin make a move with Coach Preston?

 

Is South Oldham too high after losing a great Senior Class?

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North Bullitt is a legit 5A top 10 sleeper. With so much coming back and South Oldham having to replace a stacked group of seniors, this looks like the year for the Eagles to make a move in that district.

 

I'd say they're right about where they ought to be.

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Central Hardin lost a TON of talent. I'd assume they will fall off a bit.

 

Meade County returns just about their whole team.

 

North Hardin lost their Defensive Line and a few play makers but also return a bunch of talent.

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My predictions for 6A district 2 are as follows;

Meade County- They return more starters than any team in the district, including RB Austin Oppel who averaged 125 yards per game last season and a defense that limited 2A power Desales to 10 points in a win in week 10 of last season. They must replace their 2 top defensive tacklers in Myran Page and Mason Burnett

North Hardin- Loses 4 of their top 5 tacklers from a defense that only allowed 8 points per game. Return a dynamic offense that includes QB Manie Wimberly and RB Lavell Wright

Central Hardin- Loses 23 Seniors from a team that finished 9-3, Including QB Chase Elmore, RBs Deonco Wilkerson, Trejean Sanders and Kyler Lee, Receiver Gavin George, and TE Shaun Hay. The Freshman team last season finished 8-0 while the JV squad finished 7-1. East Hardin Middle school, a feeder MS for Central Hardin, has won the last 2 region championships. While this may be a rebuilding season, the cupboard is definitely not bare with some young talent ready to take over.

Barren County- 6-5 last season included losses to Central Hardin 38-0, North Hardin 55-12, and Meade County 42-12. Enough said

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Barren County- 6-5 last season included losses to Central Hardin 38-0, North Hardin 55-12, and Meade County 42-12. Enough said

 

Barren isn't ready to compete in the district but I like the progress they've made with that program. After years of really struggling they've become much more competitive.

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More competitive with who? Metcalf County, Adair County, Monroe County, Hancock County, Edmonson County? Combined record last season 17-37. Really?

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More competitive with who? Metcalf County, Adair County, Monroe County, Hancock County, Edmonson County? Combined record last season 17-37. Really?

 

1-10 in 2016, 1-10 in 2017, 3-7 in 2018, 6-5 in 2019. It may not be great competition but they are starting to win ballgames and build interest, something every program needs. And as I said in the previous post, they aren't ready to compete in the district.

 

By the way, your Central Hardin Bruins were 2-8 in 2002, 2-8 in 2003, 3-7 in 2004, 5-6 in 2005. Growth, improvement. Fifteen years later they are being discussed among the top ten in 6A. You have to crawl before you can walk. No need to disparage a growing program (or other smaller programs) because they aren't as good right now as the team you support.

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I simply provided honest feedback on each team in the district. I hope Barren County continues to improve and makes the district stronger. To be fair, I picked Central Hardin 3rd in a 4 team district.

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