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7 minutes ago, theguru said:

What is up with that?  I am shocked their record is so poor. 

Lost to Elder, Moeller, Trinity twice. St. X has 4 sophomores that start varsity and just wasn't a lot of depth in that class. Main issue for team was O-line. Never could move the ball against good teams. 

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14 minutes ago, FLYGUY said:

I would guess Central is playing a lot of kids thst get varsity time… 

They don't have game this week so I thought they would bring down varsity guys. I don't know their personnel well enough to know but they most likely did. 

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3 hours ago, Tigerpride94 said:

They don't have game this week so I thought they would bring down varsity guys. I don't know their personnel well enough to know but they most likely did. 

I believe they have about 35 freshmen and sophomores on the entire roster, which is a really good number. The Central junior class is not very big.

Super win for the Yellowjackets!

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Compared to the previous 2 classes, the Class of ‘24 sophomores at StX are a step below. There are a good number of sophomores getting quality playing time on the varsity level but the overall talent isn’t there. The goal of any JV program is to get players ready to contribute on the varsity level, whether it be this year or the future.  Success on the JV level is not a clear indication of what success those teams will have against future varsity competition.  You can load your JV team with JRs and have a good record but what success will they have on the varsity when they are SRs?

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I agree with the previous post, the sophomore class for St.X isn’t has strong has the before them. There are some good pieces but not the depth.  I saw a few of the JV games this year, and St. X struggled with consistency on offense. Just couldn’t put good plays back to back, but it’s a learning process for JV teams and you want them to be placed in game situations that may be difficult to simulate in practice. 

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1 hour ago, Roundsteak said:

Compared to the previous 2 classes, the Class of ‘24 sophomores at StX are a step below. There are a good number of sophomores getting quality playing time on the varsity level but the overall talent isn’t there. The goal of any JV program is to get players ready to contribute on the varsity level, whether it be this year or the future.  Success on the JV level is not a clear indication of what success those teams will have against future varsity competition.  You can load your JV team with JRs and have a good record but what success will they have on the varsity when they are SRs?

Fortunately, the 2025 class is good especially on the offense side of ball. 

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