Lol ok that’s awesome. I mean, he still got body slammed like Macho Man at Wrestlemania X, but glad he had some fun with the whole thing and bounced back. I think REV wants to be done playing OC teams this season. MV v LH will be very interesting.
Grace Brethren is in Simi Valley my guy.
Lol...see that’s why we need you around here, however if they play in a play off game in OC then being from Simi Valley does not invalidate the comment. Used to make long trips to CC Canyon and Newhall Hart back in the day...3rd season mind you, so if in the SS and they play OC teams...to me...OC tangent.RedPillWonderland wrote:Grace Brethren is in Simi Valley my guy.
Trojanfan949 wrote:HLT... Crean Lutheran in the Trinity league? I know that was a typo but that cracked me up. Straight from the Empire league to Trinity lol.
RPDUB, your slippin...you missed correcting HTL on SCL, which is MV, Tesoro, SC, Capo, El Toro. SJH is Sea View...HLT? Typo...right! LOL!!
If your going to be the hall monitor, you need to be on point!
In fairness to HTL, league changed this season for football...
MV's D Line is definitely an impressive group but in my opinion the best D Lineman on the field was SM's Derek Wilkins. By the end of this season he will have the most D1 offers of all the D Lineman on the field in this game. It was also good to see Jack Del Rio still hanging out with the SM team while he waits for the USC job to open up.
This might be one of the strangest posts I’ve ever seen on this board (and that’s saying a lot.)
The bottom line was MV dominated the first half and SM dominated the second half and in the end they both looked terrible. SM’s offense was historically bad (MV’s D line and SM’s 2nd QB/RB’s we’re responsible for that) and MV’s offense wasn’t much better in the second half.
dont be that guy
I think you took this a LOT more personally than it was intended, or was necessary Lol
Exactly, which is why I didn’t understand some of the ridiculous comments about “SM’s QB being beyond awful” since one was knocked out of the game with a (possible) concussion, and the backup was a kid who has barely played and certainly was thrown into the lions/devils den.
No bitterness detected here lolBuckW wrote: Disappointing to see Costelli still struggling at QB. He has some of the best receivers in the county but just can't get it going. Nenad has a total of four receptions and zero TDs in two games. Good luck getting better offers with those stats. I guess running up stats against a weak league will be impressive on paper.
Lol it was a love triangle, not a concussion
just as a note ... it would not be unheard of if Crean Lutheran would have joined the trinity. JSerra, in its 3rd year from opening 2003, joined the newly formed Trinity league in 2006. it would take until JSerra was in their 4th year in league to win their first game in the Trinity league (against SM. in 2009 score 14-12) JSerra went from freelance small school in its first 2 years to big time football ( and getting blown out) in the Trinity in 2006 to being able to compete 4 years later.Trojanfan949 wrote:HLT... Crean Lutheran in the Trinity league? I know that was a typo but that cracked me up. Straight from the Empire league to Trinity lol.
Not that bad considering coming from nothing.
question, are we sure that is the same Fitch family. There have been other Fitch's that have attended MV and that played football at MV (Stetson, Colton, Matt, Koty) Those are just the boys, It just seems a little weird to me to have a Sr. brother playing for SM while Ryder was playing as a freshman at MV. It is just a question, as I dont know the answer.RedPillWonderland wrote:MOVING THE MV DISCUSSION OVER HERE
@PTG - Ryder Fitch (younger brother of former SM all Trinity Lg LB Caden Fitch) was 2nd team all SCL last season
Probably...but perhaps the initial comment was unnecessary...but yah I hear you and so no offense here...
I get what you're saying and agree I think the main goal of Crean is to make it into the Trinity League. They could be very similar to JSerra athletically at that time if they do ever make that jump with pretty strong baseball and I have heard their basketball program is one of the best for small schools. JSerra also was able to grow so quickly because they aren't connected to the diocese of OC. Makes things a lot easier when you don't have to get every little thing cleared by them.2002tony wrote:just as a note ... it would not be unheard of if Crean Lutheran would have joined the trinity. JSerra, in its 3rd year from opening 2003, joined the newly formed Trinity league in 2006. it would take until JSerra was in their 4th year in league to win their first game in the Trinity league (against SM. in 2009 score 14-12) JSerra went from freelance small school in its first 2 years to big-time football ( and getting blown out) in the Trinity in 2006 to being able to complete 4 years later.
Not that bad considering coming from nothing.
hit the lights
SJH is in the Sea View Leaguehit the lights wrote:MV-
south coast looking good