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trwilliams92 wrote: Statguy just curious when was the last time they were shut out? Considering Ridge was one poor officiated call from the goose egg.
Posted: 11/25/2012 6:07 PM
I posted this right after ridge played marcos. these kids can flat out play. i don't know how good an individual player is on this team but what a team of players.
due to the previous blog that was deleted, i took my two boys to the game. i have never seen this group of marcos kids play, at least not since many of them were at st. mary's. i will tell you what happend to all of those athletes. they got punched in the mouth by a ridge team that was well coached and came north to prove something. the ridge o and d line absolutely dominated. ridges center is all of about 5'8" but got the job done and then some. the ridge guards got off the ball like they were shot out of cannons. priest is a stud but he was taken out of the game with ridges offense dominating the A and B gaps all night. ridges qb is very fast and runs the spread as good as any hs kid i have seen. no question marcos was out coached.ya, i know marcos had a chance at the end when they got down to the 15 yard line with 5 minutes left but marcos qb could handle his business. ya, i know the dropped pass by ____________ who very seldom drops a pass, well dropped a pass. the marcos fans will say that was the game. no i don't think so. ridge would have answered with the 5 minutes left on the clock if that pass was not dropped and marcos ultimately scores. remember with under 4 minutes left from the ridge 5, ridge marched it down to the marcos 40 with ease as the clock ran out. total domination by ridge, no question. i wanted marcos to win and win big. i hate the tucson banter that they get ignored and are under rated. i have to give credit to those kids down south, they traveled a long way and delivered the boys up north a whoopin. i am glad i took my kids to the game because they learned a valuable lesson as they enter hs next year. i will also say that ridge played with class and so did marcos. i went to the brophy-santamargarita game and the brophy-red mountain games and this one was the better of the three and those other two were great games.look for ridge deep into the post season if they can stay injury free.
Posted: 11/25/2012 6:09 PM
statguy wrote: trwilliams92 wrote: Statguy just curious when was the last time they were shut out? Considering Ridge was one poor officiated call from the goose egg.Centennial was last blanked in the 1997 season opener against Coronado, 12-0. The Coyotes finished that season in 4A at 5-4-2. Nope, high school OT hadn't been invented yet, kids.And, yes...I thought that play at the end of the first quarter was a fumble that IR linebacker Devon Olivarez recovered. Instead, the WR was ruled down by forward progress and Centennial started the second quarter with a first-and-goal from the 3. After going minus-2 yards, CeHS kicked a FG for its only scoring of the night.
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gottawin100 wrote: This one has to hurt for Centennial. They were as loaded as they ever will be and came up one win short. They will have to rebuild next year.
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"You've got to remember, that these are just simple farmers, these are people of the land, the common clay of the new west. You know . . . morons."
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gottawin100 wrote: I know you are certainly smart enough to recognize the importance of quality over quantity. Centennial loses something like 7 of its 9 top tacklers; its top 2 QBs; 2 of its 3 top rushers including the heart and soul of that offense the last 2 years in Ortiz; the vast majority of its interceptions (I think 11 of 12 interceptions were by seniors); and I think 2 of its 4 top receivers. That team was loaded with skill players this year - most of them graduating. They sure do have some good linemen returning and some good JV players, but nothing like the quality they need to fill the ranks they are losing. Rodriguez will be the new feature guy in my mind but that is far from enough to make up for all they are losing.
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az1husker wrote: in the second half, centennial played as if they knew the game was over. no enthusiasm, walking with their heads down. no backside hustle on defense. it looked like centennial knew they were beat and they just wanted to get out of there.
Posted: 11/26/2012 1:00 PM
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