Best F-ball School

Re: Best F-ball School

Postby brockstar41 » Wed Oct 22, 2008 4:03 pm

Gotta think of the Carrington teams of the mid and late 90's and early 2000's. Always seemed like they were at least in the semis.
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Re: Best F-ball School

Postby yakama » Thu Oct 30, 2008 4:31 pm

brockstar41 wrote:Gotta think of the Carrington teams of the mid and late 90's and early 2000's. Always seemed like they were at least in the semis.

Watford City has the best legacy...in the past decade fargo south......both great programs
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Re: Best F-ball School

Postby StateChamp55 » Wed Nov 12, 2008 2:33 pm

cornerback*22* wrote:oh lord, dont tell me a B school is going to be the best football team in the state, its definitely Fargo South, no one comes close to how good their program is...they were like 38th in the country two years ago, i read it in espn magazine when i was a freshman


I believe at one point that season I remember reading on here they were ranked #9 in the country. I don't know how legitimit that is or anything but thats pretty incredible nonetheless.
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Re: Best F-ball School

Postby StateChamp55 » Wed Nov 12, 2008 2:48 pm

If I were to have a category for just the 2000's here is what it would be.

AAA-Fargo South, 3 state titles in 5 appearances. With their 6th coming this weekend.
AA-Dickison Trinity. 3 state titles in 6 appearances.
A-Velva, Velva/Sawyer, 6 state titles in 7 appearances. Also won 6 out of 7 from 2000-2006
9-Man-Linton, Linton/H-M-B, 3 State title in 3 appearances in 9 man. 2 appearances in A with their second coming this weekend.
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Re: Best F-ball School

Postby papabutch74 » Fri Nov 21, 2008 12:39 am

What about Bismarck High? they've never had a bad year that i can think of..
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Re: Best F-ball School

Postby FOOTBALL_101 » Wed Dec 10, 2008 9:54 am

StateChamp55 wrote:If I were to have a category for just the 2000's here is what it would be.

AAA-Fargo South, 3 state titles in 5 appearances. With their 6th coming this weekend.
AA-Dickison Trinity. 3 state titles in 6 appearances.
A-Velva, Velva/Sawyer, 6 state titles in 7 appearances. Also won 6 out of 7 from 2000-2006
9-Man-Linton, Linton/H-M-B, 3 State title in 3 appearances in 9 man. 2 appearances in A with their second coming this weekend.



I agree with all of these except for the AA i think you gotta put Cavalier above D.T. if u are talking about the 2000's i believe cavalier beat trinity in the playoffs at least once during this time.
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Re: Best F-ball School

Postby 5-time state chump » Wed Oct 28, 2009 10:35 am

In "Class B" (AA, A)

Cavalier
Harvey
Velva
Watford City

not even close.

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Re: Best F-ball School

Postby GoPack#2 » Tue May 17, 2011 1:26 pm

Watford City hands down.
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Re: Best F-ball School

Postby thesportsguy » Mon Jan 30, 2012 10:37 am

im surprised not many people mentioned Harvey for class A. in the 90's they were in the title game like 6 times and then for 9man Divide county in the past 10 years has made it to the simis 8 times
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Re: Best F-ball School

Postby athlete_17 » Tue Mar 12, 2013 9:31 pm

Shanley was the best football school when Sid Cichy coached there. They hardly ever lost and Cichy's youngest son was probably the best player to play in ND.
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