History of Louisville St. X and Louisville Trinity

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    Quote Originally Posted by XgradROCKdad
    St. X won back to back titles when I was there in 74-75. I don't think Trinity has been able to do that..... ; - )
    Your joking right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by XgradROCKdad
    St. X won back to back titles when I was there in 74-75. I don't think Trinity has been able to do that..... ; - )
    nah, just the 2 three peats..thats all

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    Quote Originally Posted by SuperShamrocks
    nah, just the 2 three peats..thats all
    I figured Rockdad was joking....I'm just not hip to what all the :] :[ means....I just found out what "lol" meant last week.

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    I can only sit back, watch and laugh at this thread!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyDanza
    I can only sit back, watch and laugh at this thread!
    Buckle your seat belts.

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    This has been good thus far....LSURock would be salavating at this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XgradROCKdad
    St. X won back to back titles when I was there in 74-75. I don't think Trinity has been able to do that..... ; - )
    What? Win while you were playing there!! Even Trinity couldn't overcome that obstacle!

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    Trinity

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    Is this thread comparable to a CovCath/ Highlands history thread I guess?

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    Great work

    Quote Originally Posted by RunFirst
    1992 through 2006

    State Titles (* denotes vs T/X)
    T (6): 06, 05*, 03*, 02, 01, 94<O</O
    X (5): 04, 99, 97*, 95, 92

    Runner up:<O</O
    T (2): 00, 97*<O</O
    X (2): 05*, 03*

    Head to Head games:<O</O
    X: 10 wins<O</O
    T: 8 wins
    <O</O
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    Record/Winning % (all games):<O</O
    X: 172-32 84%<O</O
    T: 166-40 81%
    <O</O
    <O
    Record/Winning % (in state):<O</O
    X 171-30 85%<O</O
    T 162-30 84%
    <O</O
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    Points Scored/Against:<O</O
    T: 6714/2492<O</O
    X: 6363/2223
    <O</O
    <O
    All State Players<O</O
    X (47): 19 1<SUP>st</SUP>, 12 2<SUP>nd</SUP>, 16 3<SUP>rd<O</O</SUP>
    T (40): 20 1<SUP>st</SUP>, 9 2<SUP>nd</SUP>, 11 3<SUP>rd</SUP>
    <O</O

    Out of State Wins:
    T (4): Franklin (IN) 99, Elder 02, MBA 04, Chaminade (OH) 04
    X (1): Moeller 03

    <O</O
    Out of State Loses:
    T (10): Ben Davis (94, 95), Moeller (97), Cincy St. X (97, 98, 03), Elder (98), MBA (03, 05, 06)
    X (2): Cincy St. X (97), Moeller (04)


    This data makes it look very close over the 15yrs. Hard to argue either side has the upper hand.

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    What about margin of victory in head to head competition.... While only a small piece of the overall picture, it does say something......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger2023
    This data makes it look very close over the 15yrs. Hard to argue either side has the upper hand.
    well then we should either extend it to 20 years...or throughout both schools history...or maybe even just this century...either way we always come out smelling like roses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverside 157
    What about margin of victory in head to head competition.... While only a small piece of the overall picture, it does say something......
    No it doesn't...style of play says a lot....for example


    in 2002 we were leaps and bounds better than X...Glaser realized that X had no chance...and ran the ball, and ran the ball, and ran the ball...eating minute after minute, etc...now, in '04 and '05 (regular season), X dominated us, but we were tossing it everywhere to try and get back in the game..all the way to the end, making it easier to expand the score differential.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riverside 157
    What about margin of victory in head to head competition.... While only a small piece of the overall picture, it does say something......
    This line of reasoning has always confused me. I know beating a team handily is fun, but I am certain that every coach at every level of play in the country would rather have a pair of 3-0 victories to go with a 50-6 defeat rather than visa versa. I can't imagine a coach preferring to have a 1-2 record instead of a 2-1 record just because it included a HUGE margin of victory.
    It's like a baseball player who hits a ball 500 feet, but foul, vs. a player who swings at a ball in the dirt. Either way it is a strike and the only thing that matters is what you do with the next pitch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RockPride
    No it doesn't...style of play says a lot....for example


    in 2002 we were leaps and bounds better than X...Glaser realized that X had no chance...and ran the ball, and ran the ball, and ran the ball...eating minute after minute, etc...now, in '04 and '05 (regular season), X dominated us, but we were tossing it everywhere to try and get back in the game..all the way to the end, making it easier to expand the score differential.
    You can spin it anyway you want. A rear end kicken is a rear end kicken. Trying to rationalize the routs of '95, 04' and '05, buy saying Trinity was trying to get back in the game by passing...? Why not run the ball. It keeps the ball away from the opponent. Thats a pretty lame story your telling there RP. I know you have a lot of experience with the T program but thats a lot of wool to try and pull over the St. X crowd's eyes....

    In any event, its all for good chats with the X and T posters...


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