Week 6

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Week 6

Postby Bison4Life » Sun Sep 26, 2010 10:26 am

East
Grafton at Whapeton- Grafton
Kindred at Oak Grove- Somebody will get there first win I got Kindred in a close one
Valley City at Fargo Shanley- Shanley
Lisbon at Central Cass- Lisbon by 3 td’s
West
Devils Lake at TMCHS- blowout
Bishop Ryan at Carrington- close but Carrington wins
Bottineau at Beulah- also close I got Beulah
Dickinson Trinity at St. Mary’s- Bismarck by 2 td’s
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Re: Week 6

Postby Indy5 » Sun Sep 26, 2010 11:37 am

Bison4Life wrote:Bottineau at Beulah- also close I got Beulah

This one shouldn't be close. Bottineau only beat Belcourt by 8 when they were fully healthy. Now their starting QB is out, so they start who I think is a freshman. Also, I saw at least 3 of their starters go down with fairly signifigant injuries last week against Bishop Ryan. One blew his knee out I heard and another was hauled out in an ambulance. I saw another with a knee injury. Not sure how serious that was, but point is, they are extremely banged up. This one shouldn't be close.
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Re: Week 6

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Sun Sep 26, 2010 12:15 pm

Grafton at Whapeton
Kindred at Oak Grove - BIG RIVALRY GAME! OG's only chance at a W this year
Valley City at Fargo Shanley - Shanley Homecoming = BIG BLOWOUT
Lisbon at Central Cass - Blowout
Devils Lake at TMCHS - Blowout
Bishop Ryan at Carrington
Bottineau at Beulah
Dickinson Trinity at St. Mary’s - St. Mary's Defense will be TOO MUCH
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Re: Week 6

Postby just a fan » Sun Sep 26, 2010 8:21 pm

my picks week 6
whapeton
oak grove
shanley
dl
ryan
beulah
trinity game of the week
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Re: Week 6

Postby preps12 » Fri Oct 01, 2010 2:09 pm

BOLD PREDICTION: VC OVER SHANLEY BY 6!!!!!!!!
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Re: Week 6

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Fri Oct 01, 2010 3:31 pm

preps12 wrote:BOLD PREDICTION: VC OVER SHANLEY BY 6!!!!!!!!


Not going to happen on Shanley's Homecoming
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Re: Week 6

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Fri Oct 01, 2010 6:32 pm

Kindred 30 Oak Grove 8
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Re: Week 6

Postby ndfan » Fri Oct 01, 2010 6:34 pm

preps12 wrote:BOLD PREDICTION: VC OVER SHANLEY BY 6!!!!!!!!


more like Shanley beating VC by 6 touchdowns. :)
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Re: Week 6

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Fri Oct 01, 2010 7:33 pm

ndfan wrote:
preps12 wrote:BOLD PREDICTION: VC OVER SHANLEY BY 6!!!!!!!!


more like Shanley beating VC by 6 touchdowns. :)


Shanley 49 Valley City 0 FINAL
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Re: Week 6

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Fri Oct 01, 2010 7:47 pm

Carrington 48 Minot Ryan 6 FINAL
Lisbon 39 Central Cass 8 FINAL
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Re: Week 6

Postby ndfan » Fri Oct 01, 2010 9:09 pm

Grafton is up by a couple touchdowns on Whapeton last time I heard sometime in the 4th quarter.
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Re: Week 6

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Fri Oct 01, 2010 9:37 pm

ndfan wrote:Grafton is up by a couple touchdowns on Whapeton last time I heard sometime in the 4th quarter.


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Re: Week 6

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Fri Oct 01, 2010 9:45 pm

Devils Lake 49 TMCHS 0
Beulah 35 Bottineau 6
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Re: Week 6

Postby baseball18 » Fri Oct 01, 2010 11:57 pm

St. Marys 35 Trinity 6
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Re: Week 6

Postby Bison4Life » Sat Oct 02, 2010 8:45 pm

Graftons Qb is back and started vs. whapeton
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Re: Week 6

Postby just a fan » Sun Oct 03, 2010 5:54 pm

baseball18 wrote:St. Marys 35 Trinity 6

Did this surprise anyone? I personally thought it was going to be a good game.
Do you think Trinity just isn't very good, or do you think St. Mary's is just THAT good?
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Re: Week 6

Postby thewanderer » Mon Oct 04, 2010 10:04 am

Bison4Life wrote:Graftons Qb is back and started vs. whapeton



how did he do?
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Re: Week 6

Postby Bison4Life » Mon Oct 04, 2010 12:40 pm

I think pretty well.. 160 passing and 120 rushing.. I don't know how many td's??
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Re: Week 6

Postby thewanderer » Mon Oct 04, 2010 1:43 pm

Bison4Life wrote:I think pretty well.. 160 passing and 120 rushing.. I don't know how many td's??

thats ok but not so impressive. the rushing yards are a bigger deal than the passing yards. i try follow Cavalier's team and JAred Mac has much bigger games than that for passing yards. Does grafton have as much talent at reciever as Cavalier? that makes a big differnce. how would you compare his arm strength to Mac's. i know that Hanson is just getting back from an injury. will be intersting to follow him the next few games to see if he can post any bigger numbers although team victories are more important. i know he had a big game or two last year. not many ND QBs make it to any college level. hard to get any exposure. just my opinion.
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Re: Week 6

Postby old#63 » Mon Oct 04, 2010 5:13 pm

thewanderer wrote:
Bison4Life wrote:I think pretty well.. 160 passing and 120 rushing.. I don't know how many td's??

thats ok but not so impressive. the rushing yards are a bigger deal than the passing yards. i try follow Cavalier's team and JAred Mac has much bigger games than that for passing yards. Does grafton have as much talent at reciever as Cavalier? that makes a big differnce. how would you compare his arm strength to Mac's. i know that Hanson is just getting back from an injury. will be intersting to follow him the next few games to see if he can post any bigger numbers although team victories are more important. i know he had a big game or two last year. not many ND QBs make it to any college level. hard to get any exposure. just my opinion.

I can't imagine too many QB's have any more arm strength than Mack. The guy is a gorilla. Hanson is more slippry, but Mack is just a brut. Mack has more potential to play college just because of his size. Team wise, I think Cavalier would probably beat Grafton this year if they played heads up. Cavalier is senior dominated and Grafton is junior dominated. If Cavalier were in AA east like in the past, I'd say they would probably be in 3rd behind Shanley and Lisbon. Maybe even second? Nobody is gonna beat Shanley, in my opinion.
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Re: Week 6

Postby thewanderer » Mon Oct 04, 2010 6:24 pm

old#63 wrote:
thewanderer wrote:
Bison4Life wrote:I think pretty well.. 160 passing and 120 rushing.. I don't know how many td's??

thats ok but not so impressive. the rushing yards are a bigger deal than the passing yards. i try follow Cavalier's team and JAred Mac has much bigger games than that for passing yards. Does grafton have as much talent at reciever as Cavalier? that makes a big differnce. how would you compare his arm strength to Mac's. i know that Hanson is just getting back from an injury. will be intersting to follow him the next few games to see if he can post any bigger numbers although team victories are more important. i know he had a big game or two last year. not many ND QBs make it to any college level. hard to get any exposure. just my opinion.

I can't imagine too many QB's have any more arm strength than Mack. The guy is a gorilla. Hanson is more slippry, but Mack is just a brut. Mack has more potential to play college just because of his size. Team wise, I think Cavalier would probably beat Grafton this year if they played heads up. Cavalier is senior dominated and Grafton is junior dominated. If Cavalier were in AA east like in the past, I'd say they would probably be in 3rd behind Shanley and Lisbon. Maybe even second? Nobody is gonna beat Shanley, in my opinion.

mack might have potential at college, but it wont be at quarterback. unless you are talking crookston or lake region. to short and slow. dont forget that he has two great recievers that make him look good. bigger than any two starting reciever in any college in ND including und and ndsu. combing that with the average D back he has to throw against 5 foot 7 inch jr that ways 145 lbs. its like playing 500 in the back yard aginst your sister. he could be a good defensive player but size will get in his way there as well. he is one of those kids that will be great in high school but not so much in college. is he talking to any colleges now. probably not.
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Re: Week 6

Postby ndsportsfan14 » Mon Oct 04, 2010 6:47 pm

thewanderer wrote:
old#63 wrote:
thewanderer wrote:
Bison4Life wrote:I think pretty well.. 160 passing and 120 rushing.. I don't know how many td's??

thats ok but not so impressive. the rushing yards are a bigger deal than the passing yards. i try follow Cavalier's team and JAred Mac has much bigger games than that for passing yards. Does grafton have as much talent at reciever as Cavalier? that makes a big differnce. how would you compare his arm strength to Mac's. i know that Hanson is just getting back from an injury. will be intersting to follow him the next few games to see if he can post any bigger numbers although team victories are more important. i know he had a big game or two last year. not many ND QBs make it to any college level. hard to get any exposure. just my opinion.

I can't imagine too many QB's have any more arm strength than Mack. The guy is a gorilla. Hanson is more slippry, but Mack is just a brut. Mack has more potential to play college just because of his size. Team wise, I think Cavalier would probably beat Grafton this year if they played heads up. Cavalier is senior dominated and Grafton is junior dominated. If Cavalier were in AA east like in the past, I'd say they would probably be in 3rd behind Shanley and Lisbon. Maybe even second? Nobody is gonna beat Shanley, in my opinion.

mack might have potential at college, but it wont be at quarterback. unless you are talking crookston or lake region. to short and slow. dont forget that he has two great recievers that make him look good. bigger than any two starting reciever in any college in ND including und and ndsu. combing that with the average D back he has to throw against 5 foot 7 inch jr that ways 145 lbs. its like playing 500 in the back yard aginst your sister. he could be a good defensive player but size will get in his way there as well. he is one of those kids that will be great in high school but not so much in college. is he talking to any colleges now. probably not.


Are you a complete idiot!? LRSC Don't even have a football team :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Week 6

Postby thewanderer » Mon Oct 04, 2010 7:21 pm

ndsportsfan14 wrote:
thewanderer wrote:
old#63 wrote:
thewanderer wrote:
Bison4Life wrote:I think pretty well.. 160 passing and 120 rushing.. I don't know how many td's??

thats ok but not so impressive. the rushing yards are a bigger deal than the passing yards. i try follow Cavalier's team and JAred Mac has much bigger games than that for passing yards. Does grafton have as much talent at reciever as Cavalier? that makes a big differnce. how would you compare his arm strength to Mac's. i know that Hanson is just getting back from an injury. will be intersting to follow him the next few games to see if he can post any bigger numbers although team victories are more important. i know he had a big game or two last year. not many ND QBs make it to any college level. hard to get any exposure. just my opinion.

I can't imagine too many QB's have any more arm strength than Mack. The guy is a gorilla. Hanson is more slippry, but Mack is just a brut. Mack has more potential to play college just because of his size. Team wise, I think Cavalier would probably beat Grafton this year if they played heads up. Cavalier is senior dominated and Grafton is junior dominated. If Cavalier were in AA east like in the past, I'd say they would probably be in 3rd behind Shanley and Lisbon. Maybe even second? Nobody is gonna beat Shanley, in my opinion.

mack might have potential at college, but it wont be at quarterback. unless you are talking crookston or lake region. to short and slow. dont forget that he has two great recievers that make him look good. bigger than any two starting reciever in any college in ND including und and ndsu. combing that with the average D back he has to throw against 5 foot 7 inch jr that ways 145 lbs. its like playing 500 in the back yard aginst your sister. he could be a good defensive player but size will get in his way there as well. he is one of those kids that will be great in high school but not so much in college. is he talking to any colleges now. probably not.


Are you a complete idiot!? LRSC Don't even have a football team :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

that was my point. i guess you didnt catch my attemp at humor. nothing against mack as a player, i think he is obviously a great high school player. i think he will have a tough time breaking into a college line up as a quarterback. JMHO
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Re: Week 6

Postby old#63 » Mon Oct 04, 2010 9:47 pm

I wasn't meaning to imply that Mack would make a college QB either. I just meant that because of his strength he should be able to find a spot to play football after high school. For God's sake, Mayville must be looking for somebody. Anyway, we should be talking about him over in the 11A section.

As for Hanson from Grafton, I think he is a very good high school QB, but he would need more size to move into college as a football player. He is only a junior, so maybe he can hit some weights and size up. Maybe?
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