How will the East be in 2009??

How will the East be in 2009??

Postby soccer1 » Sat Jan 17, 2009 10:35 am

So who will be to top teams out of the east in 2009??
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Re: How will the East be in 2009??

Postby soccer1 » Sat Jan 17, 2009 6:00 pm

Not sure how South will be as they lost some big players and two of the best in Redinger and Schell. Those two have lost only 1 EDC game in three years and has 2 undefeated EDC seasons as well. Hard to replace that kind of talent. They always seem to reload every year.

North lost alot also but should be OK. Shanley is still young and should be contenders again. Not sure about the rest ot the east.

Just have to wait and see. put them in the net.
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Re: How will the East be in 2009??

Postby blob » Sat Jan 17, 2009 6:44 pm

Gaylah and Barjolo I believe both graduate from South also.

North is still solid with the young D they had and Lapka coming back.

Shanley will be just as good, with glogloza coming back.

WF will have a tough time again with Moch gone at D. They do return probably the top freshman in the state though, Kroke.

I dont know much about GF teams.

1.South
2.Shanley
3.North
4.WF/Central
6.RR
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Re: How will the East be in 2009??

Postby soccer7 » Thu Mar 05, 2009 12:59 pm

shanley is going to be better than south next year. They have the players and chemistry to win back to back titles.
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Re: How will the East be in 2009??

Postby Golf Balla » Wed Mar 11, 2009 11:10 am

1.Shanley
2.South
3.North
4.red river
5.west fargo
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Re: How will the East be in 2009??

Postby formersoccerplayer » Tue Mar 17, 2009 10:10 am

Shanley will be tops, because they return almost everyone.

South will be second, because even though they lost a lot of players they always reload and they had some good younger players this last year. Their JV team was tops last year, which explains why they are always able to reload with good players.

Central will be third, they only lost four seniors and I thought they were surprisingly good last year. It's always tough to go up and win in Grand Forks. On top of that, Central can come down to Fargo and get points off the Fargo teams.

North and West Fargo will fight it out for fourth. North has some okay players returning, but they lost some important pieces to their team (See Rydell and Reberg). West Fargo has some good young players returning, and some good players that will be coming up from their JV team (WF JV beat Mandan and Jamestown varsity teams in the WF Invitational). Though from what I hear their is some uncertainty at WF.

Red River was a young team last year, and they will continue to be a young team this next year. I think they are still one year away from being a force in the EDC. They are coming along though, and teams should look for them to be in the mix in 1-2 years.
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