Bosco vs Mater Dei

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by Omar Bongo » Thu Nov 29, 2018 4:07 pm

FatherSonHolyHldbcks wrote:You can still say Bosco choked while giving MD credit
Of course you can't, that's a ridiculous assertion


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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by FatherSonHolyHldbcks » Thu Nov 29, 2018 4:32 pm

Omar Bongo wrote: Of course you can't, that's a ridiculous assertion
Oh boy ... here comes this guy LOL
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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by cruiser » Thu Nov 29, 2018 6:11 pm

[quote="MDDad"]You're absolutely right. In fact, since 2000 there have been only three consensus national champions in all of the major polls. Every other year has seen more than one team picked and no consensus:

2000 - De La Salle & Southern Central
2001 - De La Salle & Ben Davis
2002 - De La Salle & Castleford
2003 - De La Salle & Westlake
2004 - Colerain & Southlake Carroll
2005 - Southlake Carroll & Lakeland
2006 - Southlake Carroll, Warren Central & Lakeland
2007 - St. Xavier & Northwestern
2008 - St. Ignatius & St. Thomas Aquinas
2009 - Don Bosco Prep, Hutchinson & Abilene
2010 - De La Salle, St. Edward, St. Thomas Aquinas & South Panola
2011 - Don Bosco Prep
2012 - De La Salle, Allen & John Curtis
2013 - Booker T. Washington, Allen & St. John Bosco
2014 - De La Salle, Allen & Bishop Gorman
2015 - Katy, De La Salle, Colquitt County & Bishop Gorman
2016 - Bishop Gorman
2017 - Mater Dei
2018 - TBD


Interesting MDDad, only three teams have been unanimous number#1's in 18 years. It's really
hard to get all the polls in your favor - again, I like the idea if you several teams in the
running at the end of the season - then the polls should all get together, map out the SOS of the
contending teams and you would pretty much have an answer...

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by broman » Thu Nov 29, 2018 6:49 pm

Always time for a laugh....
Headline from Huffington Post

CRIME
MD High School Football Players Allegedly Assaulted Teammates With Broomsticks
By Alanna Vagianos
One of the four victims was reportedly sodomized in the “hazing" incident.

MD stands for Maryland...

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by WantTheNFLBack714 » Sat Dec 22, 2018 12:41 am

even though its long over with, I figure the reason why MD lost to Bosco badly during the regular season, is because MD got cocky and arrogant after their win over IMG, they figured they could beat anyone after winning the IMG game, the Bosco regular season game was a wake-up call for them, but if MD and Bosco meet again in the playoffs next year, I hope Bosco uses their last 2 post-season losses to MD as motivation, revenge, hunger factor, even though Bosco is returning less starters next year than MD is, yet in this season, Bosco had more talent returning than MD did last season but yet MD still found a way to beat Bosco when it mattered the most, hopefully it's the reverse next season.

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by Daforno » Tue Dec 25, 2018 10:03 pm

Just watched the replay of the C.i.F. Championship game, after looking again, that game was not as close as the 4 point final score.

MD owned the first half and should of been up 14-7, but Young gives Bosco an early Christmas present with that fumble at the 10, again going in.

MD was controlling the game at 14-7 ( with about 7 minutes left, ) going in for another score when a pass interference occurrred that wasn't called, resulting in a field goal try that was blocked and returned for the TD

The score should of been 21-7 or at worst 17-7, yet now 14-13 ( Bosco missed extra point was SOOO huge! )

MD defense gave a Champion effort!, They deserved to win

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by cruiser » Wed Dec 26, 2018 10:08 am

Yeah, If you do look at the game again , one would not think the score should have been
more in MD's favor, MD makes the FG and young not fumbling inside the Bosco five and you
have a 24-7 game (What's the chances of a blocked punt bouncing right into the opposing
players hands on the run with clear field before you)

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by MDDad » Wed Dec 26, 2018 10:31 am

What's the chances of a blocked punt bouncing right into the opposing
players hands on the run with clear field before you...
...and that opposing player happens to be a sprinter on the school's track team.

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by watchersince68 » Wed Dec 26, 2018 11:13 am

...and that opposing player happens to be a sprinter on the school's track team.

AND an athlete was transferred out of MD to win a championship. OOPS

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

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cruiser » Wed Dec 26, 2018 10:08 am
Yeah, If you do look at the game again , one would not think the score should have been
more in MD's favor
Same could be said for the DLS game. Both Bosco and DLS games the MD defense owned the line of scrimmage. The scores didn't reflect the play. Losing Myles really hurt the offense and that reshuffling of linemen late in the season is tough. But, those young guys stepped up and held their own against some tough defenses.

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by Credo ut intelligam » Wed Dec 26, 2018 1:23 pm

watchersince68 wrote:...and that opposing player happens to be a sprinter on the school's track team.

AND an athlete was transferred out of MD to win a championship. OOPS
Sort of. Was a freshman at MD, then transferred to Servite, where he played varsity from 2016-2017. Good kid.

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by Professor Fate » Wed Dec 26, 2018 1:43 pm

MDDad wrote: Trent McDuffie's preferred school was always Servite, since many of his childhood friends in Westminster opted to enroll there. He ended up where he wanted to be, and good for him.
Then he left what he saw as a sinking ship under Meyer. He didn't leave Mater Dei for a chance at a ring.
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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by watchersince68 » Wed Dec 26, 2018 2:05 pm

Ultimately players/parents choose the school they attend for a few different reasons including sinking ships and not enough playing time especially as freshmen. However he didn't transfer to Loara, they picked a school that suited their wants including a chance at a championship. Bosco was in line for just that before the rematch.

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by buggy53 » Wed Dec 26, 2018 3:26 pm

so all Servite transfers are good kids. and MD transfers are thugs? sounds a little hypocritical

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by Credo ut intelligam » Wed Dec 26, 2018 6:00 pm

Did anyone ever say this? We should remember that they're all still kids.

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by SJBOSCO » Fri Dec 28, 2018 10:16 pm

Credo ut intelligam wrote:Actually, I think they made the decision to transfer first, which then led to the departure of the coach.
No, they knew the coach was leaving first.

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by Credo ut intelligam » Fri Dec 28, 2018 11:38 pm

Credo ut intelligam wrote:Actually, I think they made the decision to transfer first, which then led to the departure of the coach.
SJBOSCO wrote:No, they knew the coach was leaving first.
Now, time for some truth.

Spencer Lytle's transfer was first reported on January 8:
January 8 - Spencer Lytle is one of the top linebackers out West in the 2019 class.
He played at Anaheim (Calif.) Servite the last three years but will enroll at St. John Bosco on Tuesday adding to what already looks like the nation's best returning front seven.
https://247sports.com/Article/Spencer-L ... 113399651/
Scott Meyer resigned on January 19:
Jan. 19, 2018, 2:25 p.m.
By ERIC SONDHEIMER
Scott Meyer has resigned after three years as football coach at Servite.
It’s the latest in a surge of football resignations and changes taking place around Southern California since Jan. 1.
https://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-hi ... story.html
I'm not sure what they teach at St. John Bosco, but in my book January 8 comes before January 19. Stop the nonsense. When those kids transferred, Meyer was still the head coach. Their transfer precipitated his resignation. Not sure why you feel the need to continue to defend your false narrative from 11 months ago; you've got new acquisitions to talk about.

And with all that, the Braves coaching staff having 10 months to prepare, Bosco could only score two TD's in the biggest game of the year--one on a blown coverage, and the other by a Servite kid on a fluky bounce off a blocked FG.

Sad.

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by OCurbanlegend » Sat Dec 29, 2018 11:18 am

Credo...you are correct. Lytle decided to leave well before the coach was gone, Lytle reached out to MD in mid-December and only drug out his transfer to Bosco until January 8th because he was waiting on a final determination from MD administration which came in early January when they returned back to work. All those guys that left Servite were out of there well before the coach was gone.

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by WantTheNFLBack714 » Sat Dec 29, 2018 7:04 pm

the Bosco players that were transfers from Servite in the previous off-season, was this season their senior year? or junior year? Anyway, pray and hope Bosco comes back hungry and motivated to dethrone MD next season

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Re: Bosco vs Mater Dei

Post by FatherSonHolyHldbcks » Mon Dec 31, 2018 9:24 pm

WantTheNFLBack714 wrote: Anyway, pray and hope Bosco comes back hungry and motivated to dethrone MD next season
You say you don’t support SJB, but every time I look up you’re praying to all the Saints for Bosco to beat Mater Dei. You sure??

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