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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by EasternDspy » Sat Oct 06, 2018 11:20 am

Region 27 Week 7

1. Harvest Prep 10-0 19.45
2. Trimble 9-1 17.57
3. Lucas 6-4 13.92
4. Waterford 8-2 13.21
5. Berne Union 8-2 12.95
6. Southern 7-3 9.06
7. Caldwell 6-4 8.16
8. Rosecrans 5-5 8.01
9. River 5-5 7.67
10. Green 7-3 7.56
11. Fisher 6-4 6.86



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by fortdawg » Sat Oct 06, 2018 11:34 am

My vote goes to the Cats.
They are talented, deep, and well coached.
If they don't win the region it will be an upset IMO.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by dnis30 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 7:28 am

fortdawg wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 11:34 am
My vote goes to the Cats.
They are talented, deep, and well coached.
If they don't win the region it will be an upset IMO.
An upset? Lucas lost to Trimble by one point last year and both teams brought back a ton. Do not sleep on Lucas. Grover ran for 350 yards and 6 TDs last week vs D4 Harrison Central. If they played today, I would say it would be closer to a pick em than anything. IMO, this Saturday's Lucas vs Cincinnati Aiken game will shed more light on this region. Trimble lost by a point to Cincinnati Christian Hills who lost to Cincinnati Indian Hill by 26. Aiken beat Indian Hill by 9. As for Harvest Prep, who knows....their schedule is garbage.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by MillSt » Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:14 am

HP will win out & be the #1 seed unless Lucas wins out. Simply due to schedule, Trimble can't catch HP but Lucas can. Lucas needs a win this week over 5-2 D4 Aiken, this would secure them a lot of points. They should be River in week 9 grabbing a decent amount of points. Now, the week 10 game vs. Lima Central Catholic is a long shot but if Lucas can pull it off, they should jump to #1 easily. IMO Lucas will lose to LCC, HP will stay #1 and Trimble/Lucas will jokey for #2 & #3 then end up playing in round two. That winner will go on to take the Region.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by dnis30 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:40 am

MillSt wrote:
Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:14 am
HP will win out & be the #1 seed unless Lucas wins out. Simply due to schedule, Trimble can't catch HP but Lucas can. Lucas needs a win this week over 5-2 D4 Aiken, this would secure them a lot of points. They should be River in week 9 grabbing a decent amount of points. Now, the week 10 game vs. Lima Central Catholic is a long shot but if Lucas can pull it off, they should jump to #1 easily. IMO Lucas will lose to LCC, HP will stay #1 and Trimble/Lucas will jokey for #2 & #3 then end up playing in round two. That winner will go on to take the Region.
I agree. HP wins out. If Lucas wins this week (Pasteur has them by 3 so a 50/50 shot), and assuming they beat River and lose to LCC, they more than likely will beat out a 9-1 Trimble for the #2 seed at 7-3. Trimble's schedule is turning out to be pretty weak (62 of 108 in Division 7). A win vs LCC would definitely get Lucas the #1 seed. Keep an eye on LCC next week. They play 6-1 Troy Christian whom Lucas beat. This will give us an idea of whether Lucas has a shot vs them. It's all taking shape. Cannot wait to see how it turns out. Any way you cut it, THIS IS A THREE TEAM BATTLE FOR THE REGION 27 CROWN.
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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by dnis30 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:42 am

formerfcfan wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:09 am
FC was up 26-14 at half. Worthington Christian comes back to win in the fourth. 40-29. WC is well-coached, big line. Ugh... this one hurts.

On a different note, looks like Lucas is coming to Lancaster next season in week 9.
I haven't seen the 2019 schedules yet...where did you get this info?



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by icanpickem » Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:48 am

dnis30 wrote:
Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:42 am
formerfcfan wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:09 am
FC was up 26-14 at half. Worthington Christian comes back to win in the fourth. 40-29. WC is well-coached, big line. Ugh... this one hurts.

On a different note, looks like Lucas is coming to Lancaster next season in week 9.
I haven't seen the 2019 schedules yet...where did you get this info?
https://arbiterlive.com/Teams/Schedule/4280415
Select 2019-20 in the drop down menu in right corner.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by MillSt » Mon Oct 08, 2018 12:40 pm

dnis30 wrote:
Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:40 am
MillSt wrote:
Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:14 am
HP will win out & be the #1 seed unless Lucas wins out. Simply due to schedule, Trimble can't catch HP but Lucas can. Lucas needs a win this week over 5-2 D4 Aiken, this would secure them a lot of points. They should be River in week 9 grabbing a decent amount of points. Now, the week 10 game vs. Lima Central Catholic is a long shot but if Lucas can pull it off, they should jump to #1 easily. IMO Lucas will lose to LCC, HP will stay #1 and Trimble/Lucas will jokey for #2 & #3 then end up playing in round two. That winner will go on to take the Region.
I agree. HP wins out. If Lucas wins this week (Pasteur has them by 3 so a 50/50 shot), and assuming they beat River and lose to LCC, they more than likely will beat out a 9-1 Trimble for the #2 seed at 7-3. Trimble's schedule is turning out to be pretty weak (62 of 108 in Division 7). A win vs LCC would definitely get Lucas the #1 seed. Keep an eye on LCC this week. They play 6-1 Troy Christian whom Lucas beat. This will give us an idea of whether Lucas has a shot vs them. It's all taking shape. Cannot wait to see how it turns out. Any way you cut it, THIS IS A THREE TEAM BATTLE FOR THE REGION 27 CROWN.
LCC has a bye this week. They play TC next Friday. But you're right, this game will give us here on the discussion board a little more insight. And I agree, 3 team race for the region.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by Happy McGavin » Mon Oct 08, 2018 1:42 pm

My opinion, this region goes to Trimble or Lucas, unfortunately, its shaping up that Trimble and Lucas will meet in the 2nd round. If HP and Waterford meet in 2nd round, look for Waterford to win that one


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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by dnis30 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 2:06 pm

Happy McGavin wrote:
Mon Oct 08, 2018 1:42 pm
My opinion, this region goes to Trimble or Lucas, unfortunately, its shaping up that Trimble and Lucas will meet in the 2nd round. If HP and Waterford meet in 2nd round, look for Waterford to win that one
Agreed. I could see Waterford getting past HP. Their scores and schedule do not impress me.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by dnis30 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 2:09 pm

icanpickem wrote:
Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:48 am
dnis30 wrote:
Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:42 am
formerfcfan wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:09 am
FC was up 26-14 at half. Worthington Christian comes back to win in the fourth. 40-29. WC is well-coached, big line. Ugh... this one hurts.

On a different note, looks like Lucas is coming to Lancaster next season in week 9.
I haven't seen the 2019 schedules yet...where did you get this info?
https://arbiterlive.com/Teams/Schedule/4280415
Select 2019-20 in the drop down menu in right corner.
Thanks!



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by MillSt » Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:06 am

Does FC have any shot at knocking off HP in week 9?



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by 23tdb » Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:10 am

Most likely harvest prep or trimble.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by FANOSPORTS » Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:35 am

Prep like always has athletes but this isn't like basketball and their football teams over the years have never imposed their will on teams in the playoffs on a consistent basis. Their football teams never have liked physical play, just don't let'em get an angle and get loose because they 'll be gone. They want a track meet.


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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by Chieftain2009 » Thu Oct 11, 2018 10:25 am

MillSt wrote:
Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:06 am
Does FC have any shot at knocking off HP in week 9?
Very unlikely. The two teams that both of them have played: HP beat Worthington Christian 16-12 and beat Berne Union 22-7. On the other hand, Fisher lost to Berne Union 27-13 and lost to Worthington Christian 40-29.


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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by formerfcfan » Thu Oct 11, 2018 11:34 am

MillSt wrote:
Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:06 am
Does FC have any shot at knocking off HP in week 9?
No, but they do Rosecrans. Win in week 9 or 10 = playoffs for FC



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by dnis30 » Thu Oct 11, 2018 12:23 pm

23tdb wrote:
Thu Oct 11, 2018 9:10 am
Most likely harvest prep or trimble.
Don't sleep on Lucas. They ran for 583 yards (21st all-time in Ohio HS football history) against D4 Cadiz Harrison Central last week. They are formidable. They beat D4 Cincinnati Aiken (5-2) on Saturday night...look out.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by Happy McGavin » Thu Oct 11, 2018 1:56 pm

Lucas is a running team, stopping the run is Trimbles strength. I hope we get this matchup in the regional finals but its setting up to happen in the 2nd round. Trimble beat them at their place last year so im sure Lucas wants revenge. If/when this game happens it should be a dandy. For what its worth calpreps has Trimble as a 6 point favorite against Lucas


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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by dnis30 » Thu Oct 11, 2018 2:47 pm

Happy McGavin wrote:
Thu Oct 11, 2018 1:56 pm
Lucas is a running team, stopping the run is Trimbles strength. I hope we get this matchup in the regional finals but its setting up to happen in the 2nd round. Trimble beat them at their place last year so im sure Lucas wants revenge. If/when this game happens it should be a dandy. For what its worth calpreps has Trimble as a 6 point favorite against Lucas
That line seems legit. What about vs HP?



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by MillSt » Thu Oct 11, 2018 3:41 pm

dnis30 wrote:
Thu Oct 11, 2018 2:47 pm
Happy McGavin wrote:
Thu Oct 11, 2018 1:56 pm
Lucas is a running team, stopping the run is Trimbles strength. I hope we get this matchup in the regional finals but its setting up to happen in the 2nd round. Trimble beat them at their place last year so im sure Lucas wants revenge. If/when this game happens it should be a dandy. For what its worth calpreps has Trimble as a 6 point favorite against Lucas
That line seems legit. What about vs HP?
The line btwn HP and Lucas is HP by 2pts.

Trimble vs. Lucas would be a great match up. Both teams strength on Offense is running and it's also both teams strength on Defense. Both teams have the ability to drive down the field and not rely on the big play, they can sustain 10-14 play drives. I don't see how these two aren't #2 & #3 in the region. Lucas is good but I don't see them beating LCC in their final game but if they do, they should jump to #1 and HP will have to play Trimble in rd2.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by formerfcfan » Thu Oct 11, 2018 5:52 pm

If Waterford/Berne Union ends up being a week 11 game, I would have to think that would be an all-time classic.

BU is tough... they have a running back, who I like to call the “Big Cheese”, that can punish on any given day if he’s got a few feet of space around him. Bellville - we already know that him, and Waterford, are darn good. But watch out for the boys from ‘tha Grove. Kinda like China Grove, but different. They are coached by a “young man” who has a very good, deep and creative football philosophy and knowledge. A Ne’rk Catholic guy. After four years of wasting away at a D7 Cath school with loads of culture issues, competitive soccer, and in a tough league for the first of those three, he has returned to the head coaching arena and has made a splash at Berne Union.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by dnis30 » Fri Oct 12, 2018 7:22 am

MillSt wrote:
Thu Oct 11, 2018 3:41 pm
dnis30 wrote:
Thu Oct 11, 2018 2:47 pm
Happy McGavin wrote:
Thu Oct 11, 2018 1:56 pm
Lucas is a running team, stopping the run is Trimbles strength. I hope we get this matchup in the regional finals but its setting up to happen in the 2nd round. Trimble beat them at their place last year so im sure Lucas wants revenge. If/when this game happens it should be a dandy. For what its worth calpreps has Trimble as a 6 point favorite against Lucas
That line seems legit. What about vs HP?
The line btwn HP and Lucas is HP by 2pts.

Trimble vs. Lucas would be a great match up. Both teams strength on Offense is running and it's also both teams strength on Defense. Both teams have the ability to drive down the field and not rely on the big play, they can sustain 10-14 play drives. I don't see how these two aren't #2 & #3 in the region. Lucas is good but I don't see them beating LCC in their final game but if they do, they should jump to #1 and HP will have to play Trimble in rd2.
Tomorrow night should tell the tale for Lucas. If they can beat D4 Cincinnati Aiken (5-2), they should jump to #2. IMO, Lucas is going to roll River in week 9, setting up the huge matchup with LLC. Like I said before, lets keep an eye on LCC vs Troy Christian on October 19th. That should let us know if Lucas has a shot in week 10. I don't see Trimble or Prep losing any games moving forward. Trimble's schedule is pretty weak. Love this time of the year!



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by EasternDspy » Fri Oct 12, 2018 11:09 am

Belpre (5-2) @ Valley (2-5)

Region 27
Big Games tonight.

Aiken (5-2) @ Lucas (5-2)

Green (6-1) @ Beaver Eastern (4-3)

Southern (6-1) @ Waterford (5-2)

Berne Union (5-2) @ Rosecrans (4-3)

Fort Frye (6-0) @ Caldwell (5-2)

River (3-4) @ Crestline (3-4)



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by carbon_dated » Fri Oct 12, 2018 11:22 am

EasternDspy wrote:
Fri Oct 12, 2018 11:09 am
Belpre (5-2) @ Valley (2-5)

Region 27
Big Games tonight.

Aiken (5-2) @ Lucas (5-2)

Green (6-1) @ Beaver Eastern (4-3)

Southern (6-1) @ Waterford (5-2)

Berne Union (5-2) @ Rosecrans (4-3)

Fort Frye (6-0) @ Caldwell (5-2)

River (3-4) @ Crestline (3-4)
If any home teams win I'd bet Lucas, but Waterford is more than capable. Caldwell would need 3 turnovers to upset Fort, Rosecrans has skill but short on numbers. Not sold on Green beating Beaver Eastern and River should win at Crestline.
Those are big games, EDSpy. Hope to see updates on those.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by EasternDspy » Fri Oct 12, 2018 11:24 am

carbon_dated wrote:
Fri Oct 12, 2018 11:22 am
EasternDspy wrote:
Fri Oct 12, 2018 11:09 am
Belpre (5-2) @ Valley (2-5)

Region 27
Big Games tonight.

Aiken (5-2) @ Lucas (5-2)

Green (6-1) @ Beaver Eastern (4-3)

Southern (6-1) @ Waterford (5-2)

Berne Union (5-2) @ Rosecrans (4-3)

Fort Frye (6-0) @ Caldwell (5-2)

River (3-4) @ Crestline (3-4)
If any home teams win I'd bet Lucas, but Waterford is more than capable. Caldwell would need 3 turnovers to upset Fort, Rosecrans has skill but short on numbers. Not sold on Green beating Beaver Eastern and River should win at Crestline.
Those are big games, EDSpy. Hope to see updates on those.

I’m doing notes for myself to know what games to check on I decided I mise well post them.



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