Region 27 Playoff Watch

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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by dnis30 » Wed Sep 05, 2018 7:46 am

OHSAA Division VII, Region 27
2018 Unofficial Rankings
Latest update: 9/3/2018 2:11:20 PM EDT

1) Canal Winchester Harvest Prep (2-0) 5.9000
2) Lucas (2-0) 4.2500
3) Lancaster Fisher Catholic (2-0) 4.1000
t4) Franklin Furnace Green (2-0) 4.0000
t4) Glouster Trimble (2-0) 4.0000
6) Racine Southern (2-0) 3.7500
t7) Zanesville Bishop Rosecrans (2-0) 3.5000
t7) Willow Wood Symmes Valley (2-0) 3.5000
t7) Waterford (2-0) 3.5000

Drew Pasteur has Franklin Furnace Green ranked LAST in Region 27? Their schedule must be garbage.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by MillSt » Wed Sep 05, 2018 2:05 pm

That's funny about Green, i see that too. Weird.

This is a big points week for Waterford, Fort Frye is carrying a pretty good amount of pts and will continue to build on that throughout the season. Will be a tough yet valuable week for Waterford. Fort Frye won in a close game last season.
Danville's is the same boat. This is a very valuable week for them also pts wise, plus they just need a win, period. A win over Garaway would be HUGE for this years team and might get them on track for the playoffs.
Rosecrans is another one that has a very valuable game this week. Grandview Heights carries a lot of pts. It might to too much for Rosecrans but we'll see.
And finally, the Lucas vs Northmor game will be big for Lucas if they pull it off. Actually, this game is worth a lot of pts for both sides. Northmor beat them last yr but it doesn't look like they've had tough competition yet this season, not sure what they really have. Will be a great test for both teams.

Others:
Trimble, Harvest Prep, & Southern should all roll. Fisher Catholic's and Green's games don't count.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by dnis30 » Wed Sep 05, 2018 2:27 pm

MillSt wrote:
Wed Sep 05, 2018 2:05 pm
That's funny about Green, i see that too. Weird.

This is a big points week for Waterford, Fort Frye is carrying a pretty good amount of pts and will continue to build on that throughout the season. Will be a tough yet valuable week for Waterford. Fort Frye won in a close game last season.
Danville's is the same boat. This is a very valuable week for them also pts wise, plus they just need a win, period. A win over Garaway would be HUGE for this years team and might get them on track for the playoffs.
Rosecrans is another one that has a very valuable game this week. Grandview Heights carries a lot of pts. It might to too much for Rosecrans but we'll see.
And finally, the Lucas vs Northmor game will be big for Lucas if they pull it off. Actually, this game is worth a lot of pts for both sides. Northmor beat them last yr but it doesn't look like they've had tough competition yet this season, not sure what they really have. Will be a great test for both teams.

Others:
Trimble, Harvest Prep, & Southern should all roll. Fisher Catholic's and Green's games don't count.
Last year vs Lucas, Northmor stuffed the Lucas run game and Demetrius Johnson ran for 296 yards with 3 long TD runs. He was the OHSAA Central District Division VI Player of the Year in 2017. He is gone to graduation. However, Northmor will still play stout D. In saying this, I think the Cubs have too much firepower and will win this rematch. Grover is running the ball well for Lucas. 400 yards through two games. Cannot wait for Friday. We will see. GO CUBS.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by Tartanblue » Wed Sep 05, 2018 2:30 pm

Green has played a team so far that hasn't won a game in at least 5 years in Hannah don't know much about the other team they beat.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by dnis30 » Wed Sep 05, 2018 3:24 pm

Tartanblue wrote:
Wed Sep 05, 2018 2:30 pm
Green has played a team so far that hasn't won a game in at least 5 years in Hannah don't know much about the other team they beat.
That explains it! Pasteur is giving them no credit what-so-ever. They even dropped 86 points. lol.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by formerfcfan » Wed Sep 05, 2018 7:17 pm

MillSt wrote:
Wed Sep 05, 2018 2:05 pm
That's funny about Green, i see that too. Weird.

This is a big points week for Waterford, Fort Frye is carrying a pretty good amount of pts and will continue to build on that throughout the season. Will be a tough yet valuable week for Waterford. Fort Frye won in a close game last season.
Danville's is the same boat. This is a very valuable week for them also pts wise, plus they just need a win, period. A win over Garaway would be HUGE for this years team and might get them on track for the playoffs.
Rosecrans is another one that has a very valuable game this week. Grandview Heights carries a lot of pts. It might to too much for Rosecrans but we'll see.
And finally, the Lucas vs Northmor game will be big for Lucas if they pull it off. Actually, this game is worth a lot of pts for both sides. Northmor beat them last yr but it doesn't look like they've had tough competition yet this season, not sure what they really have. Will be a great test for both teams.

Others:
Trimble, Harvest Prep, & Southern should all roll. Fisher Catholic's and Green's games don't count.
Reigning Thunder vs FC is called off. Bye week for FC, now.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by formerfcfan » Thu Sep 06, 2018 4:23 pm

dnis30 wrote:
Thu Aug 30, 2018 7:44 am
MillSt wrote:
Wed Aug 29, 2018 3:05 pm
Things will start to clear up soon due to common opponents.

Trimble and Waterford are in the same conf.
HP, FC, and Rosecrans are in the same conf.
FC plays Crestline this week; Lucas plays Crestline on 9/28

This will shine a little more light on our discussions.
True. Waterford will have their shot to show out vs Trimble.

Anything can happen on any given day, however, that Lucas vs Crestline game could get ugly. Lucas trounced them last season 53-8. Lucas is returning almost everyone and Crestline had an All-Ohioan playmaker transfer to Willard. They have very small numbers.
Crestline was pretty underwhelming. Although a decently sized line, they were dominated by us. QB looked halfway decent, but he was eaten alive by us. The game was effectively over by halftime.

Ridgedale for us next week. Berne Union in week five for us may be the first true “litmus test.”



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by MillSt » Fri Sep 07, 2018 8:32 am

formerfcfan wrote:
Thu Sep 06, 2018 4:23 pm
dnis30 wrote:
Thu Aug 30, 2018 7:44 am
MillSt wrote:
Wed Aug 29, 2018 3:05 pm
Things will start to clear up soon due to common opponents.

Trimble and Waterford are in the same conf.
HP, FC, and Rosecrans are in the same conf.
FC plays Crestline this week; Lucas plays Crestline on 9/28

This will shine a little more light on our discussions.
True. Waterford will have their shot to show out vs Trimble.

Anything can happen on any given day, however, that Lucas vs Crestline game could get ugly. Lucas trounced them last season 53-8. Lucas is returning almost everyone and Crestline had an All-Ohioan playmaker transfer to Willard. They have very small numbers.
Crestline was pretty underwhelming. Although a decently sized line, they were dominated by us. QB looked halfway decent, but he was eaten alive by us. The game was effectively over by halftime.

Ridgedale for us next week. Berne Union in week five for us may be the first true “litmus test.”
I know what you mean. Berne Union and Harvest Prep look to be your two toughest challenges. Your game vs. HP week 9 will be an interesting one. Both of you should be undefeated at that point. Do you know much about them? I know they lost their RB.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by formerfcfan » Fri Sep 14, 2018 3:54 pm

Harvest Prep has a ferociously fast defense. They have a good north/south running game, but they’ll come right at you as well. QB play is shaky.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by formerfcfan » Fri Sep 14, 2018 3:59 pm

“In Region 27, tonight...” [Skip Mossick voice]

Rosecrans, Green and Waterford all play winless opponents.

In the “Game of the Week”, for its implications on playoff seeding, Lucas makes the horrifically long drive to 3-0 Troy Christian.


The “Win to Stay In” game will have an A and a B-side; Berne Union travels to Grove City Christian in a battle of 2-1’s. Meanwhile, Miller makes the long trip to the River to take on sleeper team 3-0 Racine.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by Green_05 » Sat Sep 15, 2018 12:00 am

Green wins again how did Waterford do tonight?



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by Kendog029 » Sat Sep 15, 2018 12:10 am

Waterford beat eastern 36-6. It was 36-0 at half.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by dilligaf » Sat Sep 15, 2018 1:00 am

Waterford is going to be handfull



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by EasternDspy » Sat Sep 15, 2018 1:34 am

Waterford is really good.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by formerfcfan » Sat Sep 15, 2018 11:50 am

Danville may miss(???)



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by Chieftain2009 » Sat Sep 15, 2018 2:19 pm

formerfcfan wrote:
Sat Sep 15, 2018 11:50 am
Danville may miss(???)
They've played some good teams so far, and played decent it seems like from scores, but you don't get any points for close losses. They are sitting at 0-4.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by X8XOHIOLEGENDX7X » Sat Sep 15, 2018 7:13 pm

formerfcfan wrote:
Sat Sep 15, 2018 11:50 am
Danville may miss(???)
I do not see them making it...

they have 3 potential losses still to come


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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by icanpickem » Sun Sep 16, 2018 10:59 am

Chieftain2009 wrote:
Sat Sep 15, 2018 2:19 pm
formerfcfan wrote:
Sat Sep 15, 2018 11:50 am
Danville may miss(???)
They've played some good teams so far, and played decent it seems like from scores, but you don't get any points for close losses. They are sitting at 0-4.
On friday Danville played a D4 school with 16 seniors while a lot of the other teams in the region are playing teams with 16 total players.
Is Danville one of the 8 best teams in the region, without a doubt. Will they get to show it in week 11, probably not, it what it is.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by FANOSPORTS » Sun Sep 16, 2018 12:36 pm

I say Lucas right now


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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by formerfcfan » Mon Sep 17, 2018 12:18 am

Power rankings after four weeks, anyone?

1. Lucas
2. Trimble
3. Harvest
4. Waterford
t5. Fisher
t5. Danville
7. Southern
8. Caldwell

???



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by MillSt » Mon Sep 17, 2018 1:19 pm

You may have Lucas at the top of your rankings and they are good (and have a tough schedule) but don't sleep on Trimble. We really don't know what they have yet. Been a pretty easy road for Trimble thus far. Can't wait to see the match-ups this week between Harvest Prep (#1) vs. Bishop Rosecrans (#9) and Fisher Catholic (#4) vs. Berne Union (#7). Both games are big for Region 27.

And if Danville can knock off Northmor this week, they'll have a shot at the playoffs. That's a huge pts game for Danville



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by FANOSPORTS » Mon Sep 17, 2018 3:12 pm

Danville is truly a top 4 team right now IMO but they've played a tough schedule and the record is deceiving. It happens sometimes.


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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by MillSt » Mon Sep 17, 2018 3:18 pm

FANOSPORTS wrote:
Mon Sep 17, 2018 3:12 pm
Danville is truly a top 4 team right now IMO but they've played a tough schedule and the record is deceiving. It happens sometimes.
Would be nice to see them beat Northmor.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by formerfcfan » Mon Sep 17, 2018 5:08 pm

MillSt wrote:
Mon Sep 17, 2018 1:19 pm
You may have Lucas at the top of your rankings and they are good (and have a tough schedule) but don't sleep on Trimble. We really don't know what they have yet. Been a pretty easy road for Trimble thus far. Can't wait to see the match-ups this week between Harvest Prep (#1) vs. Bishop Rosecrans (#9) and Fisher Catholic (#4) vs. Berne Union (#7). Both games are big for Region 27.

And if Danville can knock off Northmor this week, they'll have a shot at the playoffs. That's a huge pts game for Danville
FC-BU is going to be a great game, and an even better event. Both schools absolutely ‘dislike’ ( :!: ) each other, but they also manage to play it very respectable and classy toward each other. This used to be a very ugly rivalry, as recent as five years ago. Some of the stories I could tell would make the earth stand still, for a second!

BU is coached by the former FC coach from ‘11-‘14; great, young coach who I felt got screwed at Fisher. FC’s two primary assistant coaches have been on the FC staff for 10+ years, and therefore were on his’. Lots of energy, passion, and heart will be poured into this game for obvious reasons... not the least of which are the obvious playoff implications.


As for the game: BU has a very talented running back, but he is stoppable (just tackle the correct way.) Good athlete at QB. Don’t know if Berne has any idea how to stop the [redacted] offense of Fisher, though.

We could have a 14-7 game in the Grove.



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Re: Who wins Region 27?

Post by dnis30 » Tue Sep 18, 2018 12:45 pm

1. Harvest Prep (4-0) 7.2000
2. Lucas (3-1) 5.4250
3. Trimble (4-0) 5.3000
4. Fisher Catholic (3-0) 4.4444
5. Southern (4-0) 3.9785
6. Green (3-0) 3.8333
7. Berne Union (3-1) 3.8000
8. Waterford (3-1) 3.0290

Even though Lucas hosts a 2-2 DIII school this week, it is gonna be tough to jump HP. They have a big lead.



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