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  2. Thanks. I realized after the fact that I had omitted these two teams.
  3. The teams in the league I'll be checking out are: Highlands, IHM, St. Pius, Newport, Campbell Co., and all of the Kenton County middle schools. Sorry if I missed a couple teams. I don't have a copy of a schedule in front of me. Any standout players on any of these teams?
  4. Who should we be on the lookout for this season? Feel free to comment on individuals or teams...
  5. I agree completely. At the middle school where I used to teach, the kids first started playing volleyball as sixth graders. No underhand serving was allowed at any time by any player, even if at that age they were not physically strong enough to serve overhanded. At first, you may have to suffer through a lot of missed serves, but it will eventually pay off. In my opinion, there's no point in developing bad habits. Middle school leagues are designed to help develop fundamentals. Underhand serving has no place in competitive volleyball. Therefore, proper overhand serving skills need to be taught and enforced from day one. Coaches that have high expectations for their kids in middle school are doing their part in helping to athletes that will be more competitive at the high school level and beyond.
  6. I agree with both of these guys. I can't think of one movie I didn't like these guys in. What about Denzel Washington? I'm sure I haven't seen all of his movies, but he's been great in the ones that I did see.
  7. The win against Highlands was HUGE!!! Wish I could have seen that one. What games are you referring to that they should have won? I wasn't able to see many of their matches this year.
  8. I didn't get to see the Ludlow/ND game, but I heard they played Notre Dame better than Beechwood did. I think Ludlow surprised a few teams this year with how well they played.
  9. I agree. This was a very exciting match. Though NCC won it in two games, I believe Highlands actually had the lead several times during the match. There are some exceptional players on both teams. I was particularly impressed with NCC's #13. I understand she has already commited to Xavier. She definitely seems to be D-1 talent. Best of luck to both teams in regionals.
  10. Why would anyone, man or woman, type "LiKe ThIs?"
  11. Puddles-dauschaund (sp?) mutt. She lived to a ripe old age of 18 before my parents made the difficult decision to put her to sleep back in '97. :cry: Fidget-long haired cat. She is nearly all black with white "tuxedo" markings. Super cute. She's a tad feisty, but very lovable when she wants to be. Pandy-long-haired cat. Had the coloring of a panda bear. He was the most loving cat ever before he had to be put down because kidney failure. :cry:
  12. I think I've put in at least 100 views. Though I don't post terribly often, I do enjoy reading about what's going on in the ninth region. I especially like to see what people are posting about the teams that I am loyal to.
  13. Naire Jones is a tall, skinny African American kid with an arm like a cannon. He plays both sides of the ball. Safety on defense and QB on offense. He is the "real deal" and may even be a better basketball player, if you can imagine that... In addition to Jones, Newport has several freshmen athletes that are extremely quick. They are a glimpse of what Newport's future holds. The DB is Brandon Carter. He broke his ankle last week and is now, unfortunately, out for the season. Best of luck to him in his recovery!!
  14. Newport had their share of turnovers including the 103 yard interception return by Newport's Naire Jones, which was ultimately called back for holding.
  15. Wow!! What a great win for the CATS!! Hopefully, this will provide a little momentum for the varsity as they prepare for tonight's game. By the way, I hear this year's eighth grade team shows great promise for future success as well. I can't wait to seem them make the transition from the middle school to high school level.
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