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Some thoughts regarding the Tiger banquet tonight. From a football standpoint, the Senior class went 41-5 officially in their games. During their four years at St X, 3 district championships, 3 regional titles, 2 undefeated regular seasons, 3 state title game appearences, 1 State title, 1 new stadium. Winning record against every Kentucky opponent. Defeated 3 2007 state champions. Playoff record during the four years 14-3.

 

Seniors Head to head- Manual 7-0 (1 OT), Butler 5-0, Lexington Catholic 5-0, Highlands 1-0, Fern Creek 2-0, Male 3-2, Trinity 3-2( 1 OT), Desales 1-0, Central 1-0, PRP 2-0, Marshall County 1-0, Meade County 1-0, Covington Catholic 1-0, Bowling Green 1-0.

 

 

Some facts that Dr. Sengalli ( President of St X) gave about the team academically-

18 National Honor Society members

Football team scores 3% better than the entire student enrollment at St X.

37% of the Football team has improved and is getting better grades than they were getting freshmen year. The remaining (and large part) is getting the same and a small percentage is slightly off. All team members are on schedule to finish with enough college prep courses to graduate. 39% of the team are taking at least 1 honors or AP level course. He also reminded them that this long season has postponed college applications and offered to help them catch up.

 

I truly believe that's why St X has produced the most Division 1 athletes in the last 5-10 years in Kentucky. It's not always that X has better athletes. Coach Glaser and the entire administration stays after them to get them applied, lining up appointments with the potential coaches and accepted into the schools after the last horn of the season. Coach G even got after them tonight to stay in shape for their 10 year reunion and not get a "belly" so they become better husbands and fathers.

That's why Nick Heuser's closing speech rang so true that Mike Glaser is so much more than a football coach, he is a minister, counselor, teacher, role model, and advisor to the Saint X players. While some may lay claim to being a better coach, not many can match him in preparing his players for the big game of life after their senior year and elgibility has expired. Thank you Coach G for everything you do, on and off the field. To Nick, Nate, Chad, Connor, Ben, Aaron, Chad and Kevin and the rest of the seniors- thanks for the memories!

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Some thoughts regarding the Tiger banquet tonight. From a football standpoint, the Senior class went 41-5 officially in their games. During their four years at St X, 3 district championships, 3 regional titles, 2 undefeated regular seasons, 3 state title game appearences, 1 State title, 1 new stadium. Winning record against every Kentucky opponent. Defeated 3 2007 state champions. Playoff record during the four years 14-3.

 

Seniors Head to head- Manual 7-0 (1 OT), Butler 5-0, Lexington Catholic 5-0, Highlands 1-0, Fern Creek 2-0, Male 3-2, Trinity 3-2( 1 OT), Desales 1-0, Central 1-0, PRP 2-0, Marshall County 1-0, Meade County 1-0, Covington Catholic 1-0, Bowling Green 1-0.

 

 

Some facts that Dr. Sengalli ( President of St X) gave about the team academically-

18 National Honor Society members

Football team scores 3% better than the entire student enrollment at St X.

37% of the Football team has improved and is getting better grades than they were getting freshmen year. The remaining (and large part) is getting the same and a small percentage is slightly off. All team members are on schedule to finish with enough college prep courses to graduate. 39% of the team are taking at least 1 honors or AP level course. He also reminded them that this long season has postponed college applications and offered to help them catch up.

 

I truly believe that's why St X has produced the most Division 1 athletes in the last 5-10 years in Kentucky. It's not always that X has better athletes. Coach Glaser and the entire administration stays after them to get them applied, lining up appointments with the potential coaches and accepted into the schools after the last horn of the season. Coach G even got after them tonight to stay in shape for their 10 year reunion and not get a "belly" so they become better husbands and fathers.

That's why Nick Heuser's closing speech rang so true that Mike Glaser is so much more than a football coach, he is a minister, counselor, teacher, role model, and advisor to the Saint X players. While some may lay claim to being a better coach, not many can match him in preparing his players for the big game of life after their senior year and elgibility has expired. Thank you Coach G for everything you do, on and off the field. To Nick, Nate, Chad, Connor, Ben, Aaron, Chad and Kevin and the rest of the seniors- thanks for the memories!

 

CONGRATULATIONS...... to all of those young men and everyone affiliated with your program for all of those outstanding accomplishments.:thumb:

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Thanks for sharing this with us JR. You know what the difference is, its just a shame others dont.....

 

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Here, Here!!!

 

THERE IS NOT A FINER PERSON IN THE BUSINESS!!!! Coach Glaser means more to that SCHOOL than most will ever realize.

 

Great job and a great season to Coach Glaser, Staff, Players, School, and Parents!!

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Here, Here!!!

 

THERE IS NOT A FINER PERSON IN THE BUSINESS!!!! Coach Glaser means more to that SCHOOL than most will ever realize.

 

Great job and a great season to Coach Glaser, Staff, Players, School, and Parents!!

 

Amen to that! Congratulations seniors!

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Thanks for sharing this with us JR. You know what the difference is, its just a shame others dont.....

 

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R157. It is not about anyone else. This is about the good things at St X.

Like going 33-2 as a football program this year. Add in the undefeated soccer team. Good start for the stadium.

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Those are some fantastic accomplishments, both on and off the field! Congratulations.

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You miss understood my comment, or I miss represented my thought.... Oh well, I am very proud of our young men and program for all of their on the field and classroom accomplishments. I was refering my previous post to the "football" school.

 

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Like I said, these are our doctors, lawyers, and civic leaders of tomorrow. The guys that will be caring for our old BGP bodies! Congrats men!

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^ sign me up for one of them to care for me....after the last few games in these playoffs I'll need them sooner than later.

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Congratulations to all St. X players and coaches! Great Season!

 

eXtra Xmen kudos to:

 

All-District:

Wide Receiver - Will Simmons

Offensive Guard - Josh Gahm

Defensive Guard - Chris Jones

Ooutside Linebacker - Nate Combs

Middle Linebacker - Nick Heuser

Defensive Back - Connor Hale

 

All-District Honorable Mention:

Quarterback - Ben Zoeller

Running Back - Deuce Finch

Tight End - Ben Brown

Offensive Tackle - Hunter Barrett

Defensive Guard - Matt Smith

Defensive Tackle - James Carpenter

Outside Linebacker - D.J. Hall

Inside Linebacker - Jack Hilt

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Like I said, these are our doctors, lawyers, and civic leaders of tomorrow. The guys that will be caring for our old BGP bodies! Congrats men!

 

Let's not forget our leaders at the courthouse, too!!

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A truly first class group of seniors. They truly lived up to the term student athlete.

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