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13-3A championship game  

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  1. 1. Liberty-Eylau at Paris - who wins?

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The District 13-3A championship comes down to this game between 4-0 teams.

 

Paris hasn't been challenged through their four district games and are aiming for their third straight district championship.

 

L-E won 2 of their district games by a lot of points, beat NL by 10 and escaped with a 3-point win over Atlanta last week.

 

Paris and L-E will be the district's Division 1 representatives in the playoffs, so this one will decide the seeding there too.

 

So who wins this one?

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The District 13-3A championship comes down to this game between 4-0 teams.

 

Paris hasn't been challenged through their four district games and are aiming for their third straight district championship.

 

L-E won 2 of their district games by a lot of points, beat NL by 10 and escaped with a 3-point win over Atlanta last week.

 

Paris and L-E will be the district's Division 1 representatives in the playoffs, so this one will decide the seeding there too.

 

So who wins this one?

3td's called back against NL and Atl too many missed oppertunities almost 400 total yards we have to capitalize

 

that being said this should be a good one our defense is peaking held Atl from 600 rushing yards to about 150 the next week.

 

This game will come down to O-D Line play and Special Teams IMO. LE will match up Athlete. go LEOPARDS

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Paris O-line has really been the difference maker in district. Jerry Brannen (from Pitt) has done an outstanding job working with this group. They're opening huge running lanes for the two sophomores. During the 4 district games, the quarterback has 55 carries for 504 yards, 9.2 avg per carry, and 4 TDs rushing and another 645 yards passing with 7 TDs. Running back has 55 carries for 355, 6.5 avg, and 8 TDs. Yes, it was against some porous defenses, but still impressive considering the inept offensive showing in pre-district. L-E defense will be a good test of their improvement.

 

The Paris defense has been solid all year (except for bad performance vs. Melissa). Yes, Paris got routed in pre-district by some pretty good teams, but it wasn't the defense's fault. They were placed in bad situations by offense and special teams turnovers. The two Paris linebackers are beasts. BTW, Paris held Atlanta to 158 yards rushing, and that was on a good field and with a healthy Musgrove at QB.

 

Paris is averaging 39.5 points a game during district and giving up 10. L-E is averaging 38.5 and 13.8. Paris is currently on a 16-game district win streak and is playing at home on a night when the 1988 state championship team will be having its 25-year reunion. This should be a good game, but all the indicators point to Paris.

 

The winner of this game has a chance of going 4 rounds deep in the playoffs. The loser is facing an early exit due to the bracket disparity.

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Loser could be catching Kilgore in second round, winner wouldn't play Kilgore until fourth round. Looks like Paris may be more healthy for this game. If L-E turns the ball over like they did last week it will be a rout. If they don't this game will be decided in the fourth quarter. Experience and Davion Hall is on L-E's side. This will be a good game.

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Loser could be catching Kilgore in second round, winner wouldn't play Kilgore until fourth round. Looks like Paris may be more healthy for this game. If L-E turns the ball over like they did last week it will be a rout. If they don't this game will be decided in the fourth quarter. Experience and Davion Hall is on L-E's side. This will be a good game.

LE will be fired up and ready to play, looking for Hall and Rigsby to have a big game and Wincoop! LE has a few kids that can take it from anywhere on the field I'm just hoping that we can get out of this game injury free

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Paris O-line has really been the difference maker in district. Jerry Brannen (from Pitt) has done an outstanding job working with this group. They're opening huge running lanes for the two sophomores. During the 4 district games, the quarterback has 55 carries for 504 yards, 9.2 avg per carry, and 4 TDs rushing and another 645 yards passing with 7 TDs. Running back has 55 carries for 355, 6.5 avg, and 8 TDs. Yes, it was against some porous defenses, but still impressive considering the inept offensive showing in pre-district. L-E defense will be a good test of their improvement.

 

The Paris defense has been solid all year (except for bad performance vs. Melissa). Yes, Paris got routed in pre-district by some pretty good teams, but it wasn't the defense's fault. They were placed in bad situations by offense and special teams turnovers. The two Paris linebackers are beasts. BTW, Paris held Atlanta to 158 yards rushing, and that was on a good field and with a healthy Musgrove at QB.

 

Paris is averaging 39.5 points a game during district and giving up 10. L-E is averaging 38.5 and 13.8. Paris is currently on a 16-game district win streak and is playing at home on a night when the 1988 state championship team will be having its 25-year reunion. This should be a good game, but all the indicators point to Paris.

 

The winner of this game has a chance of going 4 rounds deep in the playoffs. The loser is facing an early exit due to the bracket disparity.

LE offense is just as good. In our 4 district games, our back-up quarterback has passed for 752 yards and 7 TDs. Our running back have carried the ball 58 times for 606 yards and 6 TDs..

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Well, that is two things that the '06 and '13 team have in common, no one thought we could win state..

Middlebrooks >>>>>Donelson or Rigsby

 

LaMichael >>>>>>>Hoof

 

Hall is the only player on this team that would have even sniffed a start on the '06 team

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Middlebrooks >>>>>Donelson or Rigsby

 

LaMichael >>>>>>>Hoof

 

Hall is the only player on this team that would have even sniffed a start on the '06 team

What I am saying is we have a balance attack. This is the first time we have had that in a long time. On top of that, our defense and special teams look pretty darn good!!!

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I think Davion Hall will be the difference. He can score from anywhere on the field. Through his high school career, he has scored:

10 rushing TDs

9 receiving TDs

2 kick returns TDs

1 INT TD

1 passing TD

1 fumble return TD

and 194 tackles( so far)

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I think Davion Hall will be the difference. He can score from anywhere on the field. Through his high school career, he has scored:

10 rushing TDs

9 receiving TDs

2 kick returns TDs

1 INT TD

1 passing TD

1 fumble return TD

and 194 tackles( so far)

There's no doubt that Hall is an absolute stud.

 

But it takes a team to win a state title. I don't think LE has enough pieces to make the run like the '99 and '06 groups did.

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There's no doubt that Hall is an absolute stud.

 

But it takes a team to win a state title. I don't think LE has enough pieces to make the run like the '99 and '06 groupsHall is not all we have, not by a long shot. We have so many other players that can make plays. Hall is just one piece, he missed three game and they are used to playing without him. It is just when he is on the field you have to account for him.

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But is the team good enough to win a state championship?

 

I really believe so. They have all the making of a championship team. Defense is good, Offense can score at will. They showed that last friday night against Altanta. Scoring with less 2 minutes on the clock. Then to top it off special teams are the key. No team all year except for Texas High,has kicked the ball deep. Speed Speed Speed

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But is the team good enough to win a state championship?

If you give this team the 06 O-Line in a kicker they would be! And the 06 team Besides LaMike and Will Middlebrooks everyone else was ok only two D1 athletes

 

Also the 2010 and 2011 teams had more talent to do so also they just had the old offense and horrible play calling!

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