Calpreps -- 2011

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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by RandyF59 » Wed Jun 22, 2011 7:52 am

ColSixPack wrote:Who's this Ancich fellow?...I've never heard of him. :wink:
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lol, seriously, 5 in a row?

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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by ColSixPack » Wed Jun 22, 2011 8:05 am

RandyF59 wrote: 3 CIF Championship rings, 2x runner-up

lol, seriously, 5 in a row?
I know who he is. I'm just an ol' Comanche just likes to give winnies a hard time.

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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by sgthartman » Wed Jun 22, 2011 8:50 am

isn't the old man in his final season at St. Paul? any idea if Dusan will move over there if Marijon walks away?
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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by RandyF59 » Wed Jun 22, 2011 9:09 am

ColSixPack wrote:I know who he is. I'm just an ol' Comanche just likes to give winnies a hard time.
Hardly surprising. Feel free to add to the discussion if you get the chance. I played in his program, know his kids,family. You?

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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by ColSixPack » Thu Jun 23, 2011 7:08 am

RandyF59 wrote: Hardly surprising. Feel free to add to the discussion if you get the chance. I played in his program, know his kids,family. You?
Not arguing that the old man is a good coach. The record speaks for itself. I thought the winking smiley guy would be a tip to my sarcasm. No reason why the younger one shouldn't be successful either. As long as the Privatellis keep popping kids out, and this influx of pacific islanders keeps up, he should be in good shape. I have had interaction with the younger on a professional level. Not impressed, but he was just starting out. Don't let the jump in the record equate to him being a savior of the program. The talent was always there, Mahoney had lost his touch, and his last year was just a train wreck.

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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by RandyF59 » Thu Jun 23, 2011 8:18 am

ColSixPack wrote: No reason why the younger one shouldn't be successful either
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ColSixPack wrote:As long as the Privatellis keep popping kids out.
Privitelli only had 143/397 of the rush attempts out of the 3 RBs last year. If he could get twice the touches at the same average next year he could approach 1500 yds, which would be a top 5
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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by edac25 » Fri Jun 24, 2011 7:59 am

MDDad wrote:Just for laughs (obviously), here are Calpreps top 50 teams in the Southern Section going into 2011. Orange County teams in red.

1 Servite, Anaheim 73.1
2 Mission Viejo 65.1
3 Centennial, Corona 60.7
4 Bishop Amat, La Puente 58.3
5 Oaks Christian, Westlake Village 57.8
6 St. Bonaventure, Ventura 56.9
7 Tesoro, Rancho Santa Margarita 53.8
8 Chaminade, West Hills 53.0
9 Vista Murrieta, Murrieta 51.8
10 San Clemente 51.6
As I've been saying now for what seems like forever, Servite Football is now The Premier Football Program in Southern California. No doubt about it.

What's really impressive about what Troy Thomas has accomplished in his short tenure at Servite is to remember where this football program was when he took over 6 seasons ago. Servite was coming off a 2-8 season and had not won a league title since it was in the Goldenwest League in the 90's when it beat up on Saddleback, Santa Ana and Westminster. The program was mediocre and was known as a constant underachiever. Now, Servite Football is considered THE BEST in the entire Southland! Back-to-Back PAC5 CIF Championships and SIX straight Trinity League titles with an AMAZING 26-4 league record. If Thomas never coached another high school game again, he would be considered one of the top 10 HS football coaches in OC History and would be credited with the single greatest turnaround job of ANY football program in state history!

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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by Buc Pride » Fri Jun 24, 2011 8:12 am

edac25 wrote:
As I've been saying now for what seems like forever, Servite Football is now The Premier Football Program in Southern California. No doubt about it.

What's really impressive about what Troy Thomas has accomplished in his short tenure at Servite is to remember where this football program was when he took over 6 seasons ago. Servite was coming off a 2-8 season and had not won a league title since it was in the Goldenwest League in the 90's when it beat up on Saddleback, Santa Ana and Westminster. The program was mediocre and was known as a constant underachiever. Now, Servite Football is considered THE BEST in the entire Southland! Back-to-Back PAC5 CIF Championships and SIX straight Trinity League titles with an AMAZING 26-4 league record. If Thomas never coached another high school game again, he would be considered one of the top 10 HS football coaches in OC History and would be credited with the single greatest turnaround job of ANY football program in state history!
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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by oceanvue » Fri Jun 24, 2011 8:17 am

Edac is such a bandwagoner
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Post by MDDad » Fri Jun 24, 2011 8:54 am

edac25 wrote:If Thomas never coached another high school game again . . . (he) would be credited with the single greatest turnaround job of ANY football program in state history!
Uh, well. De La Salle had six straight losing seasons before Bob Ladouceur arrived in 1979. Since then, he has won 26 of 28 CIF championships, including the last 19 in a row. Know your state history before you spout off about it, boy.

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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by Ramon » Fri Jun 24, 2011 9:50 am

MDDad wrote:
Uh, well. De La Salle had six straight losing seasons before Bob Ladouceur arrived in 1979. Since then, he has won 26 of 28 CIF championships, including the last 19 in a row. Know your state history before you spout off about it, boy.
They also have a few National Championships to show for it too...
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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by RPW » Fri Jun 24, 2011 10:54 am

MDDad wrote:
Uh, well. De La Salle had six straight losing seasons before Bob Ladouceur arrived in 1979. Since then, he has won 26 of 28 CIF championships, including the last 19 in a row. Know your state history before you spout off about it, boy.
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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by regularbob » Fri Jun 24, 2011 10:58 am

edac25 wrote:
As I've been saying now for what seems like forever, Servite Football is now The Premier Football Program in Southern California. No doubt about it.

What's really impressive about what Troy Thomas has accomplished in his short tenure at Servite is to remember where this football program was when he took over 6 seasons ago. Servite was coming off a 2-8 season and had not won a league title since it was in the Goldenwest League in the 90's when it beat up on Saddleback, Santa Ana and Westminster. The program was mediocre and was known as a constant underachiever. Now, Servite Football is considered THE BEST in the entire Southland! Back-to-Back PAC5 CIF Championships and SIX straight Trinity League titles with an AMAZING 26-4 league record. If Thomas never coached another high school game again, he would be considered one of the top 10 HS football coaches in OC History and would be credited with the single greatest turnaround job of ANY football program in state history!
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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by RoadRunner » Fri Jun 24, 2011 11:54 am

regularbob wrote: P.E.D's much?? :mrgreen:
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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by Ramon » Fri Jun 24, 2011 12:45 pm

oceanvue wrote:Edac is such a bandwagoner
Not far from the truth...The season before Servite won Pac5 for the first time he was calling for Thomas's head on a platter...He hated the way he alienated his fellow coaches...And the moment they started winning...SNAP...He's swooning over TT like a preteen girl over Justin Beaber...The moment Servite starts looking mortal just watch how his tune changes...
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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by RandyF59 » Sat Jul 02, 2011 7:28 am

MDDad wrote:Just for laughs (obviously), here are Calpreps top 50 teams in the Southern Section going into 2011. Orange County teams in red.
MaxPreps staff were having a little fun at MD's expense. Note that the MD schedule for 2011-2012 shows a DH on Oct. 21 against SJB AND Archer School for girls. MaxPreps did, however, list the Panthers as 2 TD underdogs since they play MD first.

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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by Ramon » Sun Jul 03, 2011 9:44 am

RandyF59 wrote: MaxPreps staff were having a little fun at MD's expense. Note that the MD schedule for 2011-2012 shows a DH on Oct. 21 against SJB AND Archer School for girls. MaxPreps did, however, list the Panthers as 2 TD underdogs since they play MD first.
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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by RandyF59 » Sun Jul 17, 2011 10:45 am

cal preps top 15 in Southern Cal only dated 7/15/11
1. Servite
2. Mission Viejo
3. Oaks Christian
4. Santa Margarita
5. Bishop Amat
6. St. Bonniventure
7. San Clemente
8. St. John Bosco
9. Alemany
10.Westlake
11.Centennial
12.Chaminade
13.Aroyo Grande
14.Vista Murrieta
15.Crespi

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Post by MDDad » Sun Jul 17, 2011 11:41 am

RandyF59 wrote:cal preps top 15 in Southern Cal only dated 7/15/11
1. Servite
2. Mission Viejo
3. Oaks Christian
4. Santa Margarita
5. Bishop Amat
6. St. Bonniventure
7. San Clemente
8. St. John Bosco
9. Alemany
10.Westlake
11.Centennial
12.Chaminade
13.Aroyo Grande
14.Vista Murrieta
15.Crespi
This gets more ludicrous as time goes by. In the last three weeks, without playing a down of football, Santa Margarita has risen from 16 to 4. and San Clemente has risen from 10 to 8. Meanwhile, Centennial dropped from 3 to 12, Tesoro dropped from 7 to 18, Lutheran dropped from 12 to 25, Mater Dei dropped from 18 to 34, and Edison dropped from 30 to 45. According to this ranking, Edison is only 0.2 points better than St. Paul, and would be an underdog to JSerra. And best of all, Gardena Serra dropped from 18 to out of the top 50.

Very credible.

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Re: Calpreps -- 2011

Post by RandyF59 » Sun Jul 17, 2011 1:39 pm

MDDad wrote: 1. Servite
...in the last three weeks.. Lutheran dropped from 12 to 25, Mater Dei dropped from 18 to 34, and Edison dropped from 30 to 45. According to this ranking, Edison is only 0.2 points better than St. Paul...Very credible.
It's almost as if they let me make these rankings up. I particularly like SM at #4. If they make the finals against Servite, all bets are off.

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