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BevBrownJr

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  1. Could also make arguments for David East in the early 60s (started at Tulane, the same school Kai Horton now plays for), Audrey McMillian in the late 70s (QB & DB at UH, All-Pro DB for Houston Oilers & Minnesota Vikings), Joey Blissett in 90 & 91 (24-2 at CHS), Anthony Morgan in 2008-2010 (started on 3 state championship teams, was QB on 2 of them), Blake Bogenschutz in 2011-2013 (3-year starter, one year for a state-semifinalist and one year for a state champion, was a starter and team captain at UTSA as a redshirt freshman before having to give up the sport due to concussions), and Connor Cuff, last year’s star (currently playing baseball for the Ragin’ Cajuns in Lafayette, LA).
  2. I’m so glad this child is okay. Perhaps league officials should consider doing away with kickoff returns for 9, 10, and 11 year olds. That is the most dangerous play in football.
  3. The two starting outside linebackers are both sophomores, so they indeed can be expected to get better and better. And both have good size.
  4. I don’t know about those two, but #70 has certainly stepped up his game.
  5. I agree. They have improved and can be a playoff team with the same type of effort as shown last night. I was also impressed with their crowd support and the atmosphere at last night’s game. Best of luck to the Panthers. Edwards had a great game for CHS. And he couldn’t do it without the O-line, which seems to be adjusting well to the change in personnel necessitated by an injury. Greatness is attainable for the D, but foolish penalties need to be eliminated in order to get there.
  6. Lost the week before to Henderson (Ebner & Van Zandt)
  7. That was the last regular-season loss. Have lost to Liberty Hill and China Spring in the playoffs since then.
  8. IF we see any QB draws this season, it won’t be for at least another month!
  9. The first sentence of your second paragraph could be the subject of a separate thread, but it would just be a rehashing of threads from late November or December from all but one of recent years past. It’s now probably time for this thread to die.
  10. I am absolutely not interested in any further comparison of Longview to Carthage, but I don’t understand the sentence above. Although it’s true that LHS runs a system that is not overly complicated, I don’t believe this should be included as a factor in their consistent and tremendous success under Coach King. It seems to me that Coach Surratt at Carthage has proven that high schoolers - including East Texas high schoolers - can succeed using complex systems.
  11. Possibilities? Texas High, where Coach Surratt was OC prior to moving to Carthage Chapel Hill, whose talent level has come back strongly Whitehouse - Mahomes vs. Bogie was fun (at least for 2-1/2 quarters) Henderson - perhaps their new coach will be willing to resume the rivalry Lindale - perhaps they’re also ready to resume the series Jasper, assuming they don’t move back into CHS’s district in next year’s realignment Silsbee, assuming the realignment doesn’t result in the Tigers and CHS being in the same region Pleasant Grove, assuming the realignment results in CHS being moved into Region 3 Gilmer - same comment as Pleasant Grove Pine Tree - I’d like a chance to see their stadium Spring Hill - at least one of their fans wants a shot at the Dawgs
  12. The final score was 38-13 CHS. The Mavericks’ sophomore RBs are tough.
  13. Didn’t a Maverick touch the ball before it went 10 yards?
  14. CHS hits 40-yard FG to bring the score to 38-13 CHS with just over 4 minutes remaining.
  15. MHS scores on its 2nd straight possession after recovering a CHS fumble on a completed pass. CHS 35, MHS 13 with 10:07 left
  16. MHS gets on the scoreboard with 5:44 left in the 3rd quarter on a nice 75-yard drive. CHS 35, MHS 7
  17. MHS hits a 40-yard bomb on its 1st possession of the 2nd half.
  18. Doesn’t Marshall start district play next week?
  19. Per Larry Allen, CHS had 281 yards of offense in the 1st half, of which 248 was through the air. MHS had 101, of which 62 was through the air.
  20. The Bulldogs’ injury situation is getting worse By the week
  21. CHS leads 28-0 at the half The Bulldogs have about 260 yards of offense to about 110 for the Mavericks
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