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Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Mon Oct 24, 2011 10:30 am

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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby mama_bird » Mon Oct 24, 2011 11:11 am

My first question is... Does anyone know if in fact Heart River played Grant County in the regular season? I heard they did and Grant County gave them some good competition.

I would like to see SPL take this one, however, it is a play off game and not one team can be discounted at this stage. The stats on these two teams are very similar. But I know first hand that SPL played JV in many of the second halves of many of the regular season games. I don't know that information reguarding HR. In fact, this last game was the first one I have seen this season where SPL played many of varsity players all the way to the end.

Stanley PL has a lot of depth, many well rounded multi-talented athletes. The whole team adjusts to difficult situations to get the job done. I don't see them having to much trouble until semi-finals.

I think whichever team comes out of the west will be state champs.
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Mon Oct 24, 2011 11:16 am

mama_bird wrote:My first question is... Does anyone know if in fact Heart River played Grant County in the regular season? I heard they did and Grant County gave them some good competition.


Heart River is in the SAME Region as Grant County-Flasher. Heart River defeated GC-F 30-18.
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby mama_bird » Mon Oct 24, 2011 12:00 pm

Run4Fun2009 wrote:
mama_bird wrote:My first question is... Does anyone know if in fact Heart River played Grant County in the regular season? I heard they did and Grant County gave them some good competition.


Heart River is in the SAME Region as Grant County-Flasher. Heart River defeated GC-F 30-18.


Thanks. I should have looked back but I thought Grant County played 9-man.
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby radioman » Mon Oct 24, 2011 12:19 pm

Gotta give the edge to Stanley-Powers Lake. They have such a strong running game. Roehrich rushed for 190 yards and Smith for 172 yards in the win over Killdeer last week. Their 20-0 win was their 3rd shutout of the year and only the second time all year that they scored less than 35 points in a game.

Stanley-PL 28
Heart River 14
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Mon Oct 24, 2011 12:23 pm

Stanley-Powers Lake 34
Heart River 22
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby d_fense » Mon Oct 24, 2011 12:32 pm

radioman wrote:Gotta give the edge to Stanley-Powers Lake. They have such a strong running game. Roehrich rushed for 190 yards and Smith for 172 yards in the win over Killdeer last week. Their 20-0 win was their 3rd shutout of the year and only the second time all year that they scored less than 35 points in a game.

Stanley-PL 28
Heart River 14


Those are some impressive rushing stats. Is it common for them to both run for 100+ yards a game?
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby mama_bird » Mon Oct 24, 2011 12:44 pm

d_fense wrote:
radioman wrote:Gotta give the edge to Stanley-Powers Lake. They have such a strong running game. Roehrich rushed for 190 yards and Smith for 172 yards in the win over Killdeer last week. Their 20-0 win was their 3rd shutout of the year and only the second time all year that they scored less than 35 points in a game.

Stanley-PL 28
Heart River 14


Those are some impressive rushing stats. Is it common for them to both run for 100+ yards a game?


They are both very talented backs. Roehrich has 1000+ on the year. I am not sure what Smith's number is. Roehrich finds holes and can get through any of them. Smith is refered to as "big bruiser." Smith can have some awesome gains but he is a "through the middle, get gains when needed" type of player. I refer to him as a "bus." Together they are a force to be dealt with. It is not uncommon for them to have high numbers, they work well together and have great offensive line protection as well.
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby triplebbb » Mon Oct 24, 2011 1:35 pm

don't discount Smith's speed..he has scored quite a few long runs and is one of the top 100m runners in the region for track....SPL is built on power and speed....HR is built on misdirection and speed...
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby radioman » Mon Oct 24, 2011 2:59 pm

mama_bird wrote:
d_fense wrote:
radioman wrote:Gotta give the edge to Stanley-Powers Lake. They have such a strong running game. Roehrich rushed for 190 yards and Smith for 172 yards in the win over Killdeer last week. Their 20-0 win was their 3rd shutout of the year and only the second time all year that they scored less than 35 points in a game.

Stanley-PL 28
Heart River 14


Those are some impressive rushing stats. Is it common for them to both run for 100+ yards a game?


They are both very talented backs. Roehrich has 1000+ on the year. I am not sure what Smith's number is. Roehrich finds holes and can get through any of them. Smith is refered to as "big bruiser." Smith can have some awesome gains but he is a "through the middle, get gains when needed" type of player. I refer to him as a "bus." Together they are a force to be dealt with. It is not uncommon for them to have high numbers, they work well together and have great offensive line protection as well.


For the regular season, Roehrich had 1134 yards rushing on 103 attempts. Smith had 431 yards on 50 attempts, but I believe he sat out a coulple games with injury.
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby d_fense » Mon Oct 24, 2011 3:09 pm

Wow. 11.0 and 8.6 yards per rush. That is even very good for 9 man. Not going to lose many games when you find yourself in second and five feet all game long.
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby mama_bird » Mon Oct 24, 2011 4:34 pm

radioman wrote:
mama_bird wrote:
d_fense wrote:
radioman wrote:Gotta give the edge to Stanley-Powers Lake. They have such a strong running game. Roehrich rushed for 190 yards and Smith for 172 yards in the win over Killdeer last week. Their 20-0 win was their 3rd shutout of the year and only the second time all year that they scored less than 35 points in a game.

Stanley-PL 28
Heart River 14


Those are some impressive rushing stats. Is it common for them to both run for 100+ yards a game?


They are both very talented backs. Roehrich has 1000+ on the year. I am not sure what Smith's number is. Roehrich finds holes and can get through any of them. Smith is refered to as "big bruiser." Smith can have some awesome gains but he is a "through the middle, get gains when needed" type of player. I refer to him as a "bus." Together they are a force to be dealt with. It is not uncommon for them to have high numbers, they work well together and have great offensive line protection as well.


For the regular season, Roehrich had 1134 yards rushing on 103 attempts. Smith had 431 yards on 50 attempts, but I believe he sat out a coulple games with injury.


Smith was injured in Velva game with sprained ankle. He was used very limited for three games because of it. Kudos to Lyne Enget for allowing him to heal.
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby DisKey24 » Tue Oct 25, 2011 2:02 pm

d_fense wrote:
radioman wrote:Gotta give the edge to Stanley-Powers Lake. They have such a strong running game. Roehrich rushed for 190 yards and Smith for 172 yards in the win over Killdeer last week. Their 20-0 win was their 3rd shutout of the year and only the second time all year that they scored less than 35 points in a game.

Stanley-PL 28
Heart River 14


Those are some impressive rushing stats. Is it common for them to both run for 100+ yards a game?




Well I think smith had a few games over 100 yards. He is finally starting to see more and more carries each game. He was only seeing maybe 5 or 6 six carries a game for awhile. But smith is the fullback and the fullback tends to not see as many carries as the tailback.

It was also mentioned that smith missed a couple games due to a sprained ankle sustained early in the second quarter against velva in week 3. He sat out the rest of the game and didnt dress the next week and still wasnt up to par when he returned week 5 so that was probably another reason for being pretty limited for a few weeks.
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby hsfootballfan » Tue Oct 25, 2011 10:30 pm

I dont see how Stanley will put more than 24 points on the board. Heart River held Hazen to 26 and they -led 7-0 at the half over the Bison. They run the wing-t offense as good if not better than Velva. Very very fast football team. On special teams, there was a reason why they kicked the ball away from the returners. It will be interesting if Heart River can handle the physical play of Stanley. I cant wait till Saturday, it will be an awesome football game I think.

If I had to put money on a winner, I would pick Stanley because they are at home. I wouldnt be suprised if Heart River wins either.
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby d_fense » Wed Oct 26, 2011 8:34 am

Couldn't you look at it like.....

If it wasn't for a poor first half, Hazen would have put 52 on the board vs Heart River?

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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby lovwatchingsports » Wed Oct 26, 2011 9:39 am

d_fense wrote:Couldn't you look at it like.....

If it wasn't for a poor first half, Hazen would have put 52 on the board vs Heart River?

:)


or

if it wasn't a bad second half heart river would have won.
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby mama_bird » Wed Oct 26, 2011 10:45 am

lovwatchingsports wrote:
d_fense wrote:Couldn't you look at it like.....

If it wasn't for a poor first half, Hazen would have put 52 on the board vs Heart River?

:)


or

if it wasn't a bad second half heart river would have won.



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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby jtdc492 » Wed Oct 26, 2011 4:02 pm

radioman wrote:Gotta give the edge to Stanley-Powers Lake. They have such a strong running game. Roehrich rushed for 190 yards and Smith for 172 yards in the win over Killdeer last week. Their 20-0 win was their 3rd shutout of the year and only the second time all year that they scored less than 35 points in a game.

Stanley-PL 28
Heart River 14



I believe HR had 3 rushers go over 100 last week, with two over 150. Ewoniuk and Hecker are very fast and Strecker is fast and big. Should be a very good game. I'll take HR 28 - S-PL 14.
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby lovwatchingsports » Wed Oct 26, 2011 4:33 pm

jtdc492 wrote:
radioman wrote:Gotta give the edge to Stanley-Powers Lake. They have such a strong running game. Roehrich rushed for 190 yards and Smith for 172 yards in the win over Killdeer last week. Their 20-0 win was their 3rd shutout of the year and only the second time all year that they scored less than 35 points in a game.

Stanley-PL 28
Heart River 14



I believe HR had 3 rushers go over 100 last week, with two over 150. Ewoniuk and Hecker are very fast and Strecker is fast and big. Should be a very good game. I'll take HR 28 - S-PL 14.


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Heart River 61 Berthold 20
Stanley 52 Berthold 6
Velva 31 Berthold 0
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby USA » Thu Oct 27, 2011 5:09 pm

Stanley 24
Heart River 20
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby classBdude » Fri Oct 28, 2011 8:43 am

I get edgy about this game. I think they are very evenly matched teams. My biggest concerns are going to penalties. Stanley in my opinion is absolutely ATROCIOUS when it comes to losing yards. How many yards per game do they give up???!! I am not sure about Heart River.

I will give the edge to Stanley on the contingency that there are no penalties called. If there are a bunch of penalties, Heart River will be able to capitalize.

Good Luck to Both!!
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby fanofeverything » Sat Oct 29, 2011 2:42 pm

7-0 SPL late in the first haf
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby fanofeverything » Sat Oct 29, 2011 2:52 pm

21-0 SPL
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby FanFromRegion3 » Sat Oct 29, 2011 4:59 pm

Final score 35 to 0 Stanley-Powers Lake
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Re: Heart River @ Stanley-Powers Lake

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Sat Oct 29, 2011 9:30 pm

Heart River
RUSHING: Jordan Strecker 13 carries for 45 yards; Seth Ewoniuk 11 carries for 31 yards; Cole Hecker 8 carries for 13 yards; Jarek Haverluk 4 carries for 10 yards
PASSING: Jarek Haverluk 9-15 for 64 yards (1 INT)
RECEIVING: Cole Hecker 3 catches for 25 yards; Isaiah Marshner 2 catches for 22 yards; Jordan Strecker 3 catches for 12 yards; Seth Ewoniuk 1 catch for 5 yards

Stanley-Powers Lake
RUSHING: Landon Smith 10 carries for 135 yards and 1 TD; Seth Leupp 5 carries for 54 yards; Abe Roerich 15 carries for 44 yards and 1 TD; Levi Hoiby 1 carry for 18 yards; Sam Footh 2 carries for 0 yards; Dylan Eckert 2 carries for -1 yards
PASSING: Sam Footh 7-11 for 105 yards and 3 TDs
RECEIVING: Seth Leupp 3 catches for 49 yards and 1 TD; Kale Enget 2 catches for 35 yards and 1 TD; Seth Meyer 1 catch for 30 yards and 1 TD; Landon Smith 1 catch for -9 yards
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