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This is going to be long and self serving, hopefully somewhat relevant. I am old (74).  But for 35 or more years I went out of my way in a career of very heavy travel around the U. S. to see the

04-06 Lakeland FL   They went 45-0, won 3 straight state championships, and won a piece of 2 national championships.  one OOS game played. Beat St X in Ohio 25-22. X finished 3rd in Ohio

DLS has lost more kids transferring out than they have gained and I can't think of any kids that came in and played a significant amount of time or had major impact post streak.  Maybe there was a sma

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1 hour ago, HurricaneNick said:

A gsb 42k or an honest 42??

gardenstateballer said this the other day in the Ohio thread when he was pimping Bishop "cough, cough" Sycamore. Who here believes this? lol

"As of this morning, BS has 29 players on its roster with FCS offers! "

I would ask for the list, but what's the point.

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11 minutes ago, RedZone said:

gardenstateballer said this the other day in the Ohio thread when he was pimping Bishop "cough, cough" Sycamore. Who here believes this? lol

"As of this morning, BS has 29 players on its roster with FCS offers! "

I would ask for the list, but what's the point.

There aren’t 29 kids taking actual classes at BS let alone 29 players with offers

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1 hour ago, zulu1128 said:

 3rd is probably a little high lol. They got drilled by Colerain in the regional final, so they’d fall somewhere in the 5-8 range at best. 

You know how nolebob813 operates or should.

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27 minutes ago, TheMaximumHornetSting said:

I know the Buford boys basketball has quite a few under their belt but I wasn't sure if it was in streaks

Here's a post I pulled off the local , Coach was talking up OneAct when my kid was there I had forgotten all about it.... these things don't get the ink that it should.

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I was put in my place about recruitment at Buford when I was told there were two students in the class of 2017 that won 6 state championships (musical theater and chorus) and a 2018 student that won 7 total and neither of the 3 played a single sport. The theater program is going on I believe 12 years in a row winning state championships.

 

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2 hours ago, RedZone said:

Back when Evangel Christian was stacking their roster like teams do today they had a great run:  (1997, #12), 1998, #3) and 1999, #2)-at USA Today...The 1999 Evangel team won a share of the MNC winning several polls including FOX Sports who was doing polls back then. Evangel probably averaged 15-20 D1s per year during that stretch. I think the 1999 team had over 20. ...West Monroe was pretty stout also back then.

1997 USA Today
1. McKinley, Canton, Ohio (14-0)
2. Poly, Long Beach, Calif. (14-0)
3. Hampton, Va. (13-0)
4. Central Bucks, Doylestown, Pa. (15-0)
5. Carol City, Miami (15-0)
6. De La Salle, Concord, Calif. (15-0)
7. Katy, Texas (14-1)
8. Mater Dei, Santa Ana, Calif. (14-1)
9. Thomas County Central, Thomasville, Ga. (15-0)
10. Lincoln Way, New Lenox, Ill. (14-0)
11. St. Joseph's Regional, Montvale, N.J. (11-0)
12. Evangel Christian, Shreveport, La. (15-0)
13. Richmond County, Rockingham, N.C. (15-0)
14. Fairfield Central, Winnsboro, S.C. (15-0)
15. Jenks, Okla. (14-0)
16. West Monroe, Monroe, La. (14-0)
17. St. Ignatius, Cleveland (11-2)
18. Woodstock, Ill. (14-0)
19. Ramapo, Franklin Lakes, N.J. (11-0)
20. Mountain View, Mesa, Ariz. (14-0)
21. Harrison, Farmington Hills, Mich. (13-0)
22. Santa Margarita, Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (14-0)
23. St. John's, Danvers, Mass. (11-0)
24. Southeast, Lincoln, Neb. (13-0)
25. Eden Prairie, Minn. (13-0)

1998 USA Today
1. De La Salle, Concord, Calif. (12-0)
2. Mater Dei, Santa Ana, Calif. (13-1)
3. Evangel Christian, Shreveport, La. (15-0)
4. Northwestern, Miami (15-0)
5. Poly, Long Beach, Calif. (13-1)
6. Richmond County, Rockingham, N.C. (16-0)
7. Central Bucks West, Doylestown, Pa. (15-0)
8. West Monroe, La. (15-0)
9. Bergen Catholic, Oradell, N.J. (12-0)
10. Lee, Midland, Texas (14-1)
11. Blount, Prichard, Ala. (13-0)
12. Valdosta, Ga. (14-1)
13. DeMatha, Hyattsville, Md. (12-0)
14. Mount Carmel, Chicago (14-0)
15. Catholic Central, Redford, Mich. (12-0)
16. Warrenville South, Wheaton, Ill. (14-0)
17. McKinley, Canton, Ohio (12-1)
18. Harrison, Farmington Hills, Mich. (13-0)
19. Highlands, Fort Thomas, Ky. (15-0)
20. South, Bloomington, Ind. (14-0)
21. Summerville, S.C. (15-0)
22. St. Louis, Honolulu (13-1)
23. J.A. Fair, Little Rock (14-0)
24. Desert Vista, Tempe, Arizona (14-0)
25. Xaverian, Westwood, Mass. (10-0)

1999 USA Today
1. Lee, Midland, Texas (15-0)
2. Evangel Christian, Shreveport, La. (15-0)
3. De La Salle, Concord, Calif. (12-0)
4. Central Bucks West, Doylestown, Pa. (15-0)
5. Central, Naperville, Ill. (14-0)
6. Lakeland, Fla. (15-0)
7. St. Joseph Regional, Montvale, N.J. (11-0)
8. Garland, Texas (15-1)
9. Cathedral Prep, Erie, Pa. (13-1)
10. Joliet (Ill.) Catholic (14-0)
11. Western, Walled Lake, Mich. (14-0)
12. Poly, Long Beach, Calif. (13-0-1)
13. Hylton, Woodbridge, Va. (14-0)
14. Central, Madison, Miss. (15-0)
15. Jenks, Okla. (13-1)
16. Montgomery Bell Academy, Nashville (12-0)
17. Ben Davis, Indianapolis (15-0)
18. Culpeper, Va., County (14-0)
19. Mountain View, Mesa, Ariz. (13-1)
20. Glades Central, Belle Glade, Fla. (15-0)
21. Etowah, Attalla, Ala. (14-0)
22. Stratford, Goose Creek, S.C. (15-0)
23. Seneca Valley, Germantown, Md. (13-0)
24. Skyline, Salt Lake City (13-0)
25. Cretin-Derham Hall, St. Paul, Minn. (13-0)

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EVANGEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY

Evangel Christian Academy named FOX Sports 1999 National Football Champions

By Bigger Faster Stronger
Published: Spring 2000
Evangel Christian Academy was crowned 1999 National High School Football Champions by Fox Sports after a hard fought victory over West Monroe. The game was billed as the biggest in Louisiana history. West Monroe was also undefeated in the 5-A ranks and coached by Don Shows. It was amazing as 42,000 attended the game.
Immediately after the game, Fox Sports wanted to have Midland Lee from Texas, the USA Today National Champions, play Evangel on national television to crown a true national champion. Now that would have been something but for a variety of reasons the game did not materialize.
Brock Berlin, Evangel’s QB, was selected as the game’s MVP in their 20-14 victory. Brock also has been selected as the Gatorade Player of the Year. Brock has already finished his graduation requirements and so he enrolled at the University of Florida in January in order to take full advantage of spring football for the Gators. Brock earned great grades and has demonstrated remarkable leadership by example. Brock’s work ethic and vision are without question an eleven. He is just outstanding in every area. Brock Berlin is our choice for this year’s BFS Athlete of the Year award. His complete story will appear in a future journal. Our congratulations to Evangel and Brock Berlin.

SJR REPRESENTING AS USUAL 

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1 hour ago, TheMaximumHornetSting said:

Buford has a state titles in EVERYTHING 

Football

Basketball

Girls basketball 

baseball 

The list is extensive

idk what it is about that community but damn it's harder finding something they haven't seen success in... 

even in academics Buford ranks in the best in the nation as one of the best public schools.... 

no lacrosse, this is the year

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59 minutes ago, RedZone said:

South Panola, MS had an impressive 5 year run from 2003-2007. 

..5 State Championships and 5 Top 10 National finishes.

Highest ranking in the span was at ESPN in 2007 when they finished #3.

http://www.espn.com/college-sports/highschool/football/rankings

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He said 3 year run you dumb shit. Create your own lame ass 5 year copy thread if you want 

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11 minutes ago, Sammyswordsman said:

So whats SJR signature 3-year run?

Well Samuel thanks for asking, probably our small school of 450 kids most dominant 3 year span was probably 97-99  two state champs, only lose in three years came from losing to Bergen Catholic in 3rd state championship 

 

Best 5 year we’ll go 95-99  

 

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Just now, imaGoodBoyNow said:

Well Samuel thanks for asking, probably our small school of 450 kids most dominant 3 year span was probably 97-99  two state champs, only lose in three years came from losing to Bergen Catholic in 3rd state championship 

 

Best 5 year we’ll go 95-99  

 

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Group 3, dude. #disqualified

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1 hour ago, RedZone said:

South Panola, MS had an impressive 5 year run from 2003-2007. 

..5 State Championships and 5 Top 10 National finishes.

Highest ranking in the span was at ESPN in 2007 when they finished #3.

http://www.espn.com/college-sports/highschool/football/rankings

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2003-2005

2004-2006

2005-2007

Which would you say was their best run? 😌 🏈

 

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27 minutes ago, GardenStateBaller said:

DM me your email and I'll fwd you the proof. 

You play this stupid lying game all the time, man.....

If you have the proof post it right here, right now...

I went to 247sports and looked up the Bishop Sycamore 2022 and 2023 recruiting prospects.

They have 1 listed for 2 years so far.

https://247sports.com/Player/Adrian-Brown-46115443/

Show us the other 28 who have FCS offers......what's the big deal, motor-mouth?

 

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5 minutes ago, RedZone said:

You play this stupid lying game all the time, man.....

If you have the proof post it right here, right now...

I went to 247sports and looked up the Bishop Sycamore 2022 and 2023 recruiting prospects.

They have 1 listed for 2 years so far.

https://247sports.com/Player/Adrian-Brown-46115443/

Show us the other 28 who have FCS offers......what's the big deal, motor-mouth?

 

If I say someone is loaded with this and that you can be sure I would back it up in the same breath/thread.

You are a piece of work and have become even worse since you have started pimping all these renegade football teams.

Get with the program and stop with the hide&seek bullshit.

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1 hour ago, RedZone said:

If I say someone is loaded with this and that you can be sure I would back it up in the same breath/thread.

You are a piece of work and have become even worse since you have started pimping all these renegade football teams.

Get with the program and stop with the hide&seek bullshit.

Guys.   I am in possession of an e-mail from a verified Bishop Sycamore address dated April 6, 2021.  It appears to be from a coach or AD.  This e-mail specifically address's current recruiting status

The summary is below

QB - 2 guys with multiple offers.  One has a Penn offer and the other UNLV, WSU

RB - 3 guys with offers - One has a Rice offer, one has Akron, one has Army,Navy, AF

O-line - 3 guys with offers - One has Alabama A&M, One has Georgia, One has UMASS

WR - 4 guys with offers - One has Abilene, one has Texas tech, one has Oregon, one has Nevada

DB- 6 guys with offers - One has Colorado, one has Tenessee, one has Missouri, One has Miami, One hase Rice

DL - 3 guys with offers - Pne has Indiana ST, one has Akron, One has Georgia Southern

LB- 2 guys with offers  One has Marshall, One has Stonybrook

I will also get this list notarized.

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Cocoa was 42 and 1 from 08 to 10 and 3 time State champ with a roster of 30 to 36 players max. Best run from any Brevard team. Have had some great programs but Brevard is to small to have more than one or 2 good teams in a season.

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2 minutes ago, Cat_Scratch said:

Cocoa was 42 and 1 from 08 to 10 and 3 time State champ with a roster of 30 to 36 players max. Best run from any Brevard team. Have had some great programs but Brevard is to small to have more than one or 2 good teams in a season.

what were the signature wins?

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2 minutes ago, Sammyswordsman said:

what were the signature wins?

Abilene when they were #1 in nation, and Abilene put the hurt on Plant that year. Plant made it to the finals losing to St. Thomas. Beat Olive Branch Ms, Abilene Tx, Thomas Jefferson Pa, all on the road.

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2 minutes ago, Cat_Scratch said:

Abilene when they were #1 in nation, and Abilene put the hurt on Plant that year. Plant made it to the finals losing to St. Thomas. Beat Olive Branch Ms, Abilene Tx, Thomas Jefferson Pa, all on the road.

Yes, I remember that Abilene was Ranked #2 National in 2009.  Thx

 

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