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Garrison has a ton of young talent to go along with some seasoned players ... I've heard someone say the coach seems to think the most talented team we have ever had .... just need to get some games under their belts .... I'm excited for the season to start and see where it leads .... 

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2 hours ago, Destry said:

Waste of time unless you run the spread. 2cents

 

2 hours ago, trueblue82 said:

Disagree. Kids can improve their pass defense skills a lot in 7 on 7. Everything isn’t about offense. 

I've never seen anybody run the football in seven on 7 anywho. Might as well spreadit out and wing it 

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Elysian Fields has 10 starters  returning this baseball season and for the first time in 2 seasons they have seniors on this team. They dealt with Tragedy last season had to cancel 6-8 games and didn’t start season till district play and still almost made the playoffs. Led by 10 upperclassman and some talented sophomores. This team is capable of really making some noise this season if they can stay healthy.  Looking forward to Games against 5A Marshall, 2A state champ Harleton, 4A #16 Carthage in the first 2 weeks of the season. GATA!!!! FEAR THE SWARM!!!! 

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12 hours ago, KirtFalcon said:

Garrison has a ton of young talent to go along with some seasoned players ... I've heard someone say the coach seems to think the most talented team we have ever had .... just need to get some games under their belts .... I'm excited for the season to start and see where it leads .... 

excited about the realignment to get to watch some Good Baseball matchups with Garrison in the years to come. 

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On 2/4/2024 at 7:39 AM, 89Falcon said:

Agree 100%. Only benefit is that it keeps kids engaged during the summer and can build confidence for some programs.

Yes sir. I think kids need to get away from football for awhile — play underwater polo, ride bulls in a rodeo, or  go on a youth mission trip to help other kids. Life is not all about football, and I love the game.

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2 hours ago, RETIREDFAN1 said:

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What is the point of keeping that school open if it has 6 people, are the other schools nearby all over an hour+ away? That would be the only reason that makes sense, and I am going to look at this school on Google maps to see what it looks like. 

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16 minutes ago, CreateMyAccount said:

What is the point of keeping that school open if it has 6 people, are the other schools nearby all over an hour+ away? That would be the only reason that makes sense, and I am going to look at this school on Google maps to see what it looks like. 

Did you SEE where it is??? Probably over 2 hours to another school.......anyway, it's up to the local taxpayers......

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39 minutes ago, CreateMyAccount said:

What is the point of keeping that school open if it has 6 people, are the other schools nearby all over an hour+ away? That would be the only reason that makes sense, and I am going to look at this school on Google maps to see what it looks like. 

Check this out.....

https://usatodayhss.com/2014/the-entire-student-body-is-on-the-valentine-texas-basketball-roster

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Just now, CreateMyAccount said:

Only half an hour to Marfa, surprising to me, seems to be a few schools within an hour. 

obviously the taxpayers of the ISD have no problem remaining open.......it's all up to them....

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2 minutes ago, RETIREDFAN1 said:

obviously the taxpayers of the ISD have no problem remaining open.......it's all up to them....

If the town lost the school, it seems there would be nothing left, so it makes sense to stay open if the town wants to not become a ghost town. 

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5 minutes ago, CreateMyAccount said:

If the town lost the school, it seems there would be nothing left, so it makes sense to stay open if the town wants to not become a ghost town. 

Plus we don't know how many JH and elementary kids they have....

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On 2/4/2024 at 7:39 AM, 89Falcon said:

Agree 100%. Only benefit is that it keeps kids engaged during the summer and can build confidence for some programs.

False it gives colleges a good look at kids who don't run modern passing offenses to see how they would look at the next level. While I agree a coach needs to run the offenses that benefits his program, there are still individual athletes that get hurt in a recruiting process due to certain types of offenses.

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40 minutes ago, ROHOAlum said:

False it gives colleges a good look at kids who don't run modern passing offenses to see how they would look at the next level. While I agree a coach needs to run the offenses that benefits his program, there are still individual athletes that get hurt in a recruiting process due to certain types of offenses.

LOL, flag football as an indicator of how players will look in college. 

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9 hours ago, ROHOAlum said:

I feel bad for kids you either coach or raise, because that mindset fails them.

I was just talking to a college recruiter the other day and he was asking me when "flag football started so he could get an idea of how kids would look in college". LOL. 

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1 hour ago, 89Falcon said:

I was just talking to a college recruiter the other day and he was asking me when "flag football started so he could get an idea of how kids would look in college". LOL. 

Crazy that them college recruiters go to them 7v7 tourneys all the time just mind blowing right and most of the ones picked up from schools that don't run modern offenses get offered from 7v7. Keep that mindset an fail the kids you influence.

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6 minutes ago, Slickarick said:

Anyone know when baseball, softball, track, tennis, soccer, etc. Realignment will come out? 

  • Alignments for football, basketball, and volleyball have been released. Alignments for all other events will be released on the UIL website in the spring of 2024.

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1 minute ago, RETIREDFAN1 said:
  • Alignments for football, basketball, and volleyball have been released. Alignments for all other events will be released on the UIL website in the spring of 2024.

I know all that, seeing if there was a more specific date, like the next 2 weeks, or month etc. Just curious how amebic the districts will be. ( it always confuses me when track and baseball, softball are different and then those being different than basketball when all the schools have those sports)

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On 3/20/2024 at 11:12 AM, RETIREDFAN1 said:
  • Alignments for football, basketball, and volleyball have been released. Alignments for all other events will be released on the UIL website in the spring of 2024.

Do you remember when these came out two years ago? is there somewhere to find that ?

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