2XSTATECHAMP wrote:I don't believe Coach Bennefield has all the facts. A team can only play so many games in a year, and I believe next years schedule is already set. So if you want to play a certain team, you better contact them a year in advance. So I don't believe that the Bearcats are scared. Who knows? Maybe Coach Bennefield could ask Coach Hagler?
vikingman wrote:North Star has a good chance of playing Warwick in the Ramsey Tournament each year, plus a good chance of meeting at regions. There's no big upside to meet in the regular season in addition to that.
ndlionsfan wrote:So you would rather have Cavalier travel all the way to Cooperstown instead of just crossing the river to play Kittson Central or Stephen Argyle for a game? I like seeing the out of state games to see how our teams compare to other states.
winner-within wrote:vikingman wrote:North Star has a good chance of playing Warwick in the Ramsey Tournament each year, plus a good chance of meeting at regions. There's no big upside to meet in the regular season in addition to that.
Plain and simple....if they are in the same Region they should HAVE to play............and these MN ND shootouts are stupid........
EHS1998 wrote:These 2 seem to be on a collision course in Region 4 with 2 of the best players in the state in Langstaff and Hagler leading the way.
I saw an interesting quote by the Warwick coach Kevin Bennefeld in the Jamestown Sun, “We wanted to play them, but they didn’t want to.” Which made me wonder about this match up.
With their ability to score, could Warwick topple the mighty Bearcats?
2XSTATECHAMP wrote:I think winner-with-in has some serious issues. Now teams are forced to play all teams in their region? District is plenty, and these team should be allowed to play competition that they choose. These shootouts are designed for the fans to watch some different teams. And why wouldn't Northstar wanna take on Beulah, DL-B, Rugby, they wanna gauge where they are. Not only that, but they have to play region teams at the Ramsey County Tourney.
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