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Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby 22forlife » Mon Oct 11, 2010 10:35 pm

Top 5 RB in each region! Any Thoughts??
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby USA » Tue Oct 12, 2010 11:23 am

22forlife wrote:Top 5 RB in each region! Any Thoughts??

Region 4
1.Brady Lund-Watford
2.Nolan Kalberer-Watford
3.Cameron Morman-New Salem
4.Seth Ewoniuk-Heart River
5.This is a tough one. Either the other kid from Heart River, Grady Houghton from Killdeer, Devin Frank from Grant Co., and i believe Karson Knutson also from Watford would be a starting back on any other team in the region if he didn't have Lund or Kalberer in front of him.
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby straightcash84 » Tue Oct 12, 2010 6:07 pm

Eric Kuntz from Rugby by far the best in region 2, possibly best in the state
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby d_fense » Tue Oct 12, 2010 10:19 pm

straightcash84 wrote:Eric Kuntz from Rugby by far the best in region 2, possibly best in the state


I have not seen him play, but have heard that is is very good. Please tell me about him and why you think he may be the best in the state.
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby straightcash84 » Thu Oct 14, 2010 5:59 pm

I have seen him play a few times and i think he has ran over 300 yards 3 or 4 times. He must be around 20 TDs on the year also. He might be a little small but has amazing speed and running ability. I think he has the potential to play college ball any where in the state.
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby winner-within » Thu Oct 14, 2010 6:38 pm

Smith and Thorlakson....and their on the same team......the Wicked Tornadoes
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby shooter? » Thu Oct 14, 2010 6:58 pm

straightcash84 wrote:Eric Kuntz from Rugby by far the best in region 2, possibly best in the state


he was shut down by cavalier.. he had about 30 yards! i would not say he is even top in region 2
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby bison football73 » Thu Oct 14, 2010 9:05 pm

USA wrote:
22forlife wrote:Top 5 RB in each region! Any Thoughts??

Region 4
1.Brady Lund-Watford
2.Nolan Kalberer-Watford
3.Cameron Morman-New Salem
4.Seth Ewoniuk-Heart River
5.This is a tough one. Either the other kid from Heart River, Grady Houghton from Killdeer, Devin Frank from Grant Co., and i believe Karson Knutson also from Watford would be a starting back on any other team in the region if he didn't have Lund or Kalberer in front of him.

Briar Bornemann from hazen is a very good running back and he is only a freshman, he should be pretty good the next 3 years. He could be #5 in the region
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby slugger4life » Thu Oct 14, 2010 9:11 pm

shooter? wrote:
straightcash84 wrote:Eric Kuntz from Rugby by far the best in region 2, possibly best in the state


he was shut down by cavalier.. he had about 30 yards! i would not say he is even top in region 2

Kuntz is very good, but 30 vs Cav? Come on....Lervik had 70...but other than that i dont think any one has had a good rushing game vs cav.
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby 22forlife » Thu Oct 14, 2010 9:29 pm

straightcash84 wrote:I have seen him play a few times and i think he has ran over 300 yards 3 or 4 times. He must be around 20 TDs on the year also. He might be a little small but has amazing speed and running ability. I think he has the potential to play college ball any where in the state.



20 TD on the Year very impressive! What's his size saying medium is 175 lbs 5' 8" for Rb in the high school ND level!
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby winner-within » Thu Oct 14, 2010 9:55 pm

shooter? wrote:
straightcash84 wrote:Eric Kuntz from Rugby by far the best in region 2, possibly best in the state


he was shut down by cavalier.. he had about 30 yards! i would not say he is even top in region 2



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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby ND-HS-S-FAN » Thu Oct 14, 2010 11:06 pm

I think if i got the stats right from Rugby's school website, he had at least 150 yards against Cavalier..
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Fri Oct 15, 2010 7:20 am

ND-HS-S-FAN wrote:I think if i got the stats right from Rugby's school website, he had at least 150 yards against Cavalier..
http://www.hs.rugby.k12.nd.us/FootbalSc ... lights.htm


If I added it up correctly...Kuntz has 1661 yards and 18 TDs rushing (he is also 20 for 29 extra points on the season and 1 Kickoff Return for a TD and 1 Punt Return for a TD)
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Postby a-simple-fan » Fri Oct 15, 2010 8:11 am

ND-HS-S-FAN wrote:I think if i got the stats right from Rugby's school website, he had at least 150 yards against Cavalier..
http://www.hs.rugby.k12.nd.us/FootbalSc ... lights.htm


Thanks for setting everyone straight on this. The only running back I havent seen yet is Everik from North Prairie. Kuntz is a man among boys. Tough to tackle because of his strength and with his speed he is tough in the open field. Best running back in the state!

1. Kuntz
2. Smith
3. Crockett
4. Leverik
5. Jelenik
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby d_fense » Fri Oct 15, 2010 8:55 am

winner-within wrote:Smith and Thorlakson....and their on the same team......the Wicked Tornadoes

Not to down play these two, but I have seen two of their games and they are pretty average. If teams didn't have to worry about the passing game, they wouldn't do much. The kid from Rugby on the other hand seems to be getting a lot of yards without much of a passing threat on his team.
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby winner-within » Fri Oct 15, 2010 10:11 am

d_fense wrote:
winner-within wrote:Smith and Thorlakson....and their on the same team......the Wicked Tornadoes

Not to down play these two, but I have seen two of their games and they are pretty average. If teams didn't have to worry about the passing game, they wouldn't do much. The kid from Rugby on the other hand seems to be getting a lot of yards without much of a passing threat on his team.


well actually that is down playing them.....because the team possesses the total package is not their fault...thorlakson's 60 yd break out run against NP is what sparked the offense and defense to seal the deal...he is way faster than people think...Smith is also fast and can punch the ball 3 4 5 yards when they need it.

For some reason during their easy part of the schedule this season they decided to let Mack run a lot more and this took away yards from the 2....they also play the other side of the Ball real well.
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby USA » Fri Oct 15, 2010 11:10 am

bison football73 wrote:
USA wrote:
22forlife wrote:Top 5 RB in each region! Any Thoughts??

Region 4
1.Brady Lund-Watford
2.Nolan Kalberer-Watford
3.Cameron Morman-New Salem
4.Seth Ewoniuk-Heart River
5.This is a tough one. Either the other kid from Heart River, Grady Houghton from Killdeer, Devin Frank from Grant Co., and i believe Karson Knutson also from Watford would be a starting back on any other team in the region if he didn't have Lund or Kalberer in front of him.

Briar Bornemann from hazen is a very good running back and he is only a freshman, he should be pretty good the next 3 years. He could be #5 in the region

what number was he?
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby bison football73 » Sat Oct 16, 2010 12:11 am

USA wrote:
bison football73 wrote:
USA wrote:
22forlife wrote:Top 5 RB in each region! Any Thoughts??

Region 4
1.Brady Lund-Watford
2.Nolan Kalberer-Watford
3.Cameron Morman-New Salem
4.Seth Ewoniuk-Heart River
5.This is a tough one. Either the other kid from Heart River, Grady Houghton from Killdeer, Devin Frank from Grant Co., and i believe Karson Knutson also from Watford would be a starting back on any other team in the region if he didn't have Lund or Kalberer in front of him.

Briar Bornemann from hazen is a very good running back and he is only a freshman, he should be pretty good the next 3 years. He could be #5 in the region

what number was he?

he is number 1
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby 22forlife » Sat Oct 16, 2010 1:22 pm

How about the other missing regions! Such as region 1, 2,3
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby Indy5 » Sat Oct 16, 2010 10:39 pm

22forlife wrote:How about the other missing regions! Such as region 1, 2,3

They have been talking about region 2 as much or more than 4. And they had a top 5 too.
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby d_fense » Sun Oct 17, 2010 11:57 am

I think region 1's backs would rank this way.
Please pardon my spelling.
1. Tanner Zetocha (Oakes) Hasn't played since he broke his leg a few weeks back, but very skilled.
2. Derek Roemmich (Linton HMB) Hard running full back who has to be taken down low.
3. Gene Smith (LaMoure) Runs hard and very well suited to their double wing attack.
4. Tyler Ust (MPCG) Big athlete that could play anywhere. With a better team he would be well known.
5. Isaac Biss (Milnor/N.S.) Makes people miss and will uses his size to finish runs.
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby baller050 » Sun Oct 17, 2010 12:53 pm

d_fense wrote:I think region 1's backs would rank this way.
Please pardon my spelling.
1. Tanner Zetocha (Oakes) Hasn't played since he broke his leg a few weeks back, but very skilled.
2. Derek Roemmich (Linton HMB) Hard running full back who has to be taken down low.
3. Gene Smith (LaMoure) Runs hard and very well suited to their double wing attack.
4. Tyler Ust (MPCG) Big athlete that could play anywhere. With a better team he would be well known.
5. Isaac Biss (Milnor/N.S.) Makes people miss and will uses his size to finish runs.

Roemmich or Smith is number one without a doubt. Smith is very shifty and Roemmich is just a hog. He runs a little high but hits the whole hard and is doing a real nice job for the lions.
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby d_fense » Sun Oct 17, 2010 2:39 pm

You are right about both Smith and Roemmich. But, I still think Zetocha is the pick of the bunch. Look at his numbers before he broke his leg. Oakes didn't have another threat on the team and he still was getting the job done.
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby baller050 » Sun Oct 17, 2010 3:02 pm

d_fense wrote:You are right about both Smith and Roemmich. But, I still think Zetocha is the pick of the bunch. Look at his numbers before he broke his leg. Oakes didn't have another threat on the team and he still was getting the job done.

when did he get hurt again ? what week and who did they play before the injury ? I will agree with u that he was putting up nice numbers but roemmich is running behind one of the most unexperienced line linton has ever had and he is still running at an all state pace.
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Re: Top 5 RB in each region!

Postby d_fense » Mon Oct 18, 2010 12:29 am

What I recall, is that he got hurt vs. Griggs/Barnes County. What I heard was Oakes was up 16-0 when he broke his leg. Oakes went on to fall thirty something to sixteen. I believe they were 3-1 at the time he went down.

I don't think Roemmich's numbers are that great, but I still rank him second in the region. I wouldn't down play his line. I think the Linton line is no worse than second in the region.
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