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34 minutes ago, Unrivaled97 said:

It was 2003.  They started 0-4.  Lost to 2 teams out of TN, then lost to Manual and finally Seneca.  Their 1st win of the year was against St. X that year.  They didn't win district, but still won state.  That was Brian Brohm's senior year.  That district was loaded with talent.  There were 7 teams in the district and 5 of those teams had kids that ended up in the NFL.  That was also the year that the #4 seed Shelby County beat the #1 seed out of NKY.  I believe it was Conner.

Correct. They lost to Montgomery Bell 17-13.

Then Cincy St. X at Ryle 24-17

Manual 37-36 & Seneca 34-33

They whipped everybody after that until Ballard, the last game of the regular season, which was 22-20.

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Luckily enough for me, I've never been to Springfield Ohio either!

This is why Trinity is the cream of the crop in KY.  I forget what year it was, but they started 0-5 (out of state competition), then ran off 10 straight (KY teams) to hoist the State Championshi

I have to say, that LaSalle (OH) schedule has got to be one of the most challenging schedules I've certainly ever seen.          

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17 minutes ago, NLTanker1 said:

Correct. They lost to Montgomery Bell 17-13.

Then Cincy St. X at Ryle 24-17

Manual 37-36 & Seneca 34-33

They whipped everybody after that until Ballard, the last game of the regular season, which was 22-20.

Seeing that Seneca score makes you think what the heck has happened to that program.

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7 minutes ago, Tigerpride94 said:

Seeing that Seneca score makes you think what the heck has happened to that program.

Didn't Seneca have a really good coach then?

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9 minutes ago, theguru said:

Didn't Seneca have a really good coach then?

Lonnie Oldham was HC.  Louis Dover from Fairdale was OC.  John Gainey coached DBs & WRs.  There were a lot of good coaches on that staff.  We had talent in bunches.  Multiple kids played college ball, including 3 who played DI.  You don’t hear that said about Seneca often.

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29 minutes ago, Tigerpride94 said:

Seeing that Seneca score makes you think what the heck has happened to that program.

Seneca actually had good teams in football, baseball, track, wrestling & basketball that year & it’s because many of the football players played those other sports.  The baseball team, led by Andy Clark, won over 20 games & lost in the regional finals.  The basketball team won over 25 games & won the LIT that year.  The football team won district & was ranked #1 in the final regular season 4A poll, back when 4A was the largest class.

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On 2/22/2021 at 8:46 PM, Footballfan16 said:

Trinity will be rebuilding this year but there is plenty of talent to compete versus the KY talent. Will likely come down to them, X or Male for 6A again. 

Agree 100% on the rebuild. But the new coach is a defensive guru. (No pun intended). I think the Rocks are in very good hands, and very capable of winning 8 regular season games. 

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Springfield High School out of Springfield, OH added in on the schedule as a scrimmage on August 6th. Good scrimmage for Trinity. Calpreps projects a game between those two teams last year as a 31-17 win by Trinity. A two-touchdown win would have been the closest game played by the Rocks last year...the "closest" game they saw all season was their 28-0 shutout of Male in the 6A finals.

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1 hour ago, Tigerpride94 said:

Springfield was #10 in Ohio according to Calpreps and #9 in Massey ratings. This will be very good scrimmage for Shamrocks.

The top of the Greater Western Athletic Conference is normally very solid. I'm guessing there weren't many options available, but a 6 hour round trip is a long way to go for a scrimmage.

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1 hour ago, colonel-fan said:

The top of the Greater Western Athletic Conference is normally very solid. I'm guessing there weren't many options available, but a 6 hour round trip is a long way to go for a scrimmage.

...especially Springfield and Wayne.

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10 minutes ago, Colonels_Wear_Blue said:

...especially Springfield and Wayne.

Centerville has good years too. Monster sized school, just needs to be more consistent.

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