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Postby YOU'RE TIGER BAIT » Fri Oct 28, 2016 8:03 am

in the immortal words of lee corso ===================== NOT SO FAST !!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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Postby softballfan2112 » Fri Oct 28, 2016 8:47 am

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IBTT wrote:This could be a big win for the Fighting Tigers program in my opinion this Friday. For the last two seasons Ironton has shown that they wouldn't give up after getting beat early in the season. Last year starting out the year 0-4 while this season starting out the season 1-3. Both seasons the Tigers suffered huge losses of athletes from injuries. This season was a bad one for sure. From what I have, out for the season, Starters, Tanner Wilson, Andrew Scott, Chase Rowe, Seth Fosson and Brady Rowe. Three knee surgeries one ankle and a severe concussion. Then you have top back ups in Ryan Payne and Ayden Barnes both out for the season. Trent Klaiber everyone would have thought would have been out for the season after looking at his leg a couple of weeks ago, but it looks like he will be coming back real soon. Add those to Cody Rowe and Levi Langdon who weren't able to start the season until around the Chesepeake game and you have a lot of new young faces making up this Ironton football team. This bunch has done it all year and now are really starting to know how to play as a unit.


Bait, I have to say it has got to do with a little bit of a couple of things I believe. As far as my youngen, that was pure bad luck for two seasons in a row, when you sack another team's quarterback and your leg whips around and your ankle cracks off of your own player's shoulder pad, totally breaking the bone, that is bad luck. And then the following season to completely jump over the opposing team's last hope at tackling you and not get touched, but when you come down your foot is turned so that it snaps the ACL and Meniscus. Yes Bad Luck.

On the other hand, There were numerous kids who joined the team late this year, after physical fitness and after two a days were completed. I believe that has a lot to do with injuries. I think football conditioning is a conditioning all of it's own. If you aren't ready, you aren't ready.

My son does Yoga at least one day a week if not more, when he is not hurt. He said this year after doing this it was amazing how much easier it was to play football, as it was easier to bend etc. The whole Raceland football team does Yoga as a team. I believe this would be a very smart addition to any team. Stretches prior to the game, strangely opposite to my previous belief, I was recently told could actually cause injury. Came from a doctor of knee's and shoulder's. This of course had to do mostly with the knee injury's . I really don't know how much to say is Turf related. I do know that for years Ironton had a beautiful football field covered in grass that was like landing on a pillow that you never had to worry about grabbing your cleats. There are so many advantages of having Turf vs. grass including the maintenance. Tough question for sure, but I have to say that I have not seen a school have close to as many injuries over the last couple of years as has Ironton for such a small school.




Ironton has had a inordinate amount of non contact lower leg injuries. Everyone points to the turf as the culprit. I just read an article the other day that says it is the shoes that are worn in conjunction with the turf. I don't know much about whether the Ironton team switched shoes when the turf arrived, but this article suggested that wearing the standard football cleat provides too much traction on the turf, and would lead to more lower leg injuries due to the cleats "grabbing" the turf. What type of shoe was Tanner wearing?

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Postby YOU'RE TIGER BAIT » Fri Oct 28, 2016 10:28 am

at's a great point are they actually wearing turf type cleats or the other ones. great question.
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Postby YOU'RE TIGER BAIT » Fri Oct 28, 2016 10:29 am

if that's the case. it could perhaps limit injuries switching to a turf cleat.
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Re: WK10 Ironton (6-3) @ Portsmouth (6-3)

Postby Tigercannon71 » Fri Oct 28, 2016 12:53 pm

I think we need to go back to grass. We aren't just taking about leg injuries, but how many broken bones have we had? How many concussions? There something going on that need to be fixed.

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Postby Mad-Dogg » Fri Oct 28, 2016 2:23 pm

this should be a excellent game. i look for the trojans to win in a close one ending the pussy cats playoff hopes
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Re: WK10 Ironton (6-3) @ Portsmouth (6-3)

Postby BiddyBallDaddy » Fri Oct 28, 2016 9:36 pm

Mad-Dogg wrote:this should be a excellent game. i look for the trojans to win in a close one ending the pussy cats playoff hopes


Good call on the winner, like the added "pussy cats" name drop...

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Postby bbn77 » Fri Oct 28, 2016 9:36 pm

Congrats to Ironton on a fine win
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Postby ohbuckeye2 » Fri Oct 28, 2016 9:54 pm

Congratulations to the Fighting Tigers on the win and making their 32nd playoff appearance.

Congratulations to the Trojans on a great season.

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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby High Roller » Sat Oct 29, 2016 7:43 am

The Trojans showed up ready to play last night, as one would expect, in this River Cities clash but were pounded into submission by a powerful Ironton ground game. This is the premier rivalry game in S.E. Ohio and easily is in the top 5 in the whole state. It certainly lived up to that billing tonight. The 3rd qtr alone was worth the price of admission. Offensive fireworks galore were on display.

Congratulations to the Fighting Tigers on an undefeated league title and a 33rd playoff berth. This team has really gelled and overcame some nasty injuries to defend their OVC crown. I-town needs to get behind this bunch of gritty kids as they prepare for what appears will be a likely tilt with Coshocton or possibly Nelsonville-York.
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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby YOU'RE TIGER BAIT » Sat Oct 29, 2016 7:58 am

This was a fun one to watch me n pappy bait went. very sparse Trojan crowd. a lil nip in the air and a beautiful sunset. wow ironton was down 7-3 at the half and reeled off a 40 point second half to pummel the Trojans. is talent parker jojo's son. that kid is an electric player for the Trojans and he is just a frosh. ironton's kick coverage on the two td returns was awful. but they executed 2 wonderful onside kicks. it's awesome seeing ironton finally with a reliable kicking game. that has been missing for a long time. and it made the fighting tigers the outright ovc champions again 2 years running with no losses in the league. the fighting tigers really turned some heads this year after a 1-3 start.then reeled off 7 wins in a row. so congratulations to a solid 7-3 season and another outright ovc championship.
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Postby Pop80 » Sat Oct 29, 2016 8:20 am

Tigers with 450 rushing yards and 492 total yards. Carrico had 210 yards and Fosson had 164.

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Postby The Oaf » Sat Oct 29, 2016 8:37 am

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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby sparky » Sat Oct 29, 2016 9:21 am

YOU'RE TIGER BAIT wrote:This was a fun one to watch me n pappy bait went. very sparse Trojan crowd. a lil nip in the air and a beautiful sunset. wow ironton was down 7-3 at the half and reeled off a 40 point second half to pummel the Trojans. is talent parker jojo's son. that kid is an electric player for the Trojans and he is just a frosh. ironton's kick coverage on the two td returns was awful. but they executed 2 wonderful onside kicks. it's awesome seeing ironton finally with a reliable kicking game. that has been missing for a long time. and it made the fighting tigers the outright ovc champions again 2 years running with no losses in the league. the fighting tigers really turned some heads this year after a 1-3 start.then reeled off 7 wins in a row. so congratulations to a solid 7-3 season and another outright ovc championship.


Talyn is Jojo's son. He will be a great back I think. Portsmouth had a Lot of seniors on the line and both of their best qb's are seniors so there's going to be some big shoes to fill next season.

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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby dontreply » Sat Oct 29, 2016 9:29 am

Trojans have almost all of the line coming back they are very young. , and what's up with irintons fans? Playing for a play off spot and could only full up about half of the visitors Tibet bleachers that they are always complaining about?

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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby sparky » Sat Oct 29, 2016 10:06 am

dontreply wrote:Trojans have almost all of the line coming back they are very young. , and what's up with irintons fans? Playing for a play off spot and could only full up about half of the visitors Tibet bleachers that they are always complaining about?


I saw at least three of the lineman being introduced as seniors last night. Unless they are not starters how is It that most of the line will be back next year?

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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby trojandave » Sat Oct 29, 2016 10:18 am

Congratulations to the Fighting Tigers on the win and another playoff berth.

Congratulations to the Trojans on a 6-4 season, the first winning season is over half a decade. Going forward, the football program at Portsmouth will never be able to beat the really good teams on their schedule until DEFENSE comes back into the program. It has been MIA for a long time now, and just look at the numbers this year. PHS gave up 48, 46, 45, 43, 40, 32, 26, and 20 points. In only 2 games did the Trojans allow less than 20 points, and that was to Valley and Gallia Academy, 2 teams that went into week 10 with an 0-9 record. In fact, Portsmouth beat only 1 team with a winning record (Rock Hill).

The overall defensive PPG average was 31.9, which is down from 37 PPG last season, but still way too high to beat the better teams on Portsmouth's schedule. The overall offensive average was 29.2, which is actually up from last season's 27 PPG.

Much work needs to be done on the defensive side of the ball. It has to get fixed or Portsmouth football will never return to a highly competitive level, much less a championship level.

GO TROJANS!!

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Postby Abe Froman » Sat Oct 29, 2016 11:24 am

Congrats to Ironton, see you soon maybe.

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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby YOU'RE TIGER BAIT » Sun Oct 30, 2016 11:25 am

sparky wrote:
YOU'RE TIGER BAIT wrote:This was a fun one to watch me n pappy bait went. very sparse Trojan crowd. a lil nip in the air and a beautiful sunset. wow ironton was down 7-3 at the half and reeled off a 40 point second half to pummel the Trojans. is talent parker jojo's son. that kid is an electric player for the Trojans and he is just a frosh. ironton's kick coverage on the two td returns was awful. but they executed 2 wonderful onside kicks. it's awesome seeing ironton finally with a reliable kicking game. that has been missing for a long time. and it made the fighting tigers the outright ovc champions again 2 years running with no losses in the league. the fighting tigers really turned some heads this year after a 1-3 start.then reeled off 7 wins in a row. so congratulations to a solid 7-3 season and another outright ovc championship.


Talyn is Jojo's son. He will be a great back I think. Portsmouth had a Lot of seniors on the line and both of their best qb's are seniors so there's going to be some big shoes to fill next season.


I SEE. I thought they were saying talent. then that should be his nickname cause he is.
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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby YOU'RE TIGER BAIT » Sun Oct 30, 2016 11:30 am

dontreply wrote:Trojans have almost all of the line coming back they are very young. , and what's up with irintons fans? Playing for a play off spot and could only full up about half of the visitors Tibet bleachers that they are always complaining about?



I have no idea what you're saying. no it was not a typical playoff game crowd.or ironton/Portsmouth crowd. but ironton had twice at least the fans there as Portsmouth.

anyhow great to see Portsmouth competitive again. and in a playoff hunt. led ironton 7-3 at the half. before the fighting tigers reeled off 40 points. it was certainly a night of big plays both ways. and I am so glad we have a solid, competitive kicking game now.
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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby YOU'RE TIGER BAIT » Sun Oct 30, 2016 11:30 am

dontreply wrote:Trojans have almost all of the line coming back they are very young. , and what's up with irintons fans? Playing for a play off spot and could only full up about half of the visitors Tibet bleachers that they are always complaining about?



I have no idea what you're saying. no it was not a typical playoff game crowd.or ironton/Portsmouth crowd. but ironton had twice at least the fans there as Portsmouth.

anyhow great to see Portsmouth competitive again. and in a playoff hunt. led ironton 7-3 at the half. before the fighting tigers reeled off 40 points. it was certainly a night of big plays both ways. and I am so glad we have a solid, competitive kicking game now.
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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby YOU'RE TIGER BAIT » Sun Oct 30, 2016 11:32 am

trojandave wrote:Congratulations to the Fighting Tigers on the win and another playoff berth.

Congratulations to the Trojans on a 6-4 season, the first winning season is over half a decade. Going forward, the football program at Portsmouth will never be able to beat the really good teams on their schedule until DEFENSE comes back into the program. It has been MIA for a long time now, and just look at the numbers this year. PHS gave up 48, 46, 45, 43, 40, 32, 26, and 20 points. In only 2 games did the Trojans allow less than 20 points, and that was to Valley and Gallia Academy, 2 teams that went into week 10 with an 0-9 record. In fact, Portsmouth beat only 1 team with a winning record (Rock Hill).

The overall defensive PPG average was 31.9, which is down from 37 PPG last season, but still way too high to beat the better teams on Portsmouth's schedule. The overall offensive average was 29.2, which is actually up from last season's 27 PPG.

Much work needs to be done on the defensive side of the ball. It has to get fixed or Portsmouth football will never return to a highly competitive level, much less a championship level.

GO TROJANS!!



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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby Noitall » Sun Oct 30, 2016 10:40 pm

YOU'RE TIGER BAIT wrote:
dontreply wrote:Trojans have almost all of the line coming back they are very young. , and what's up with irintons fans? Playing for a play off spot and could only full up about half of the visitors Tibet bleachers that they are always complaining about?



I have no idea what you're saying. no it was not a typical playoff game crowd.or ironton/Portsmouth crowd. but ironton had twice at least the fans there as Portsmouth.

anyhow great to see Portsmouth competitive again. and in a playoff hunt. led ironton 7-3 at the half. before the fighting tigers reeled off 40 points. it was certainly a night of big plays both ways. and I am so glad we have a solid, competitive kicking game now.



Are you stupid or what , you do know the home side is about 20 times bigger then the visitors side right? It may look like not many people but portsmouth had 3 times the crowd irony in had irony in never came close to filling half that side matter of fact the band was half yall and I betcha not half of that potty crowd drives to coshocton

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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby Orange and Brown » Sun Oct 30, 2016 10:53 pm

Noitall wrote:
YOU'RE TIGER BAIT wrote:
dontreply wrote:Trojans have almost all of the line coming back they are very young. , and what's up with irintons fans? Playing for a play off spot and could only full up about half of the visitors Tibet bleachers that they are always complaining about?



I have no idea what you're saying. no it was not a typical playoff game crowd.or ironton/Portsmouth crowd. but ironton had twice at least the fans there as Portsmouth.

anyhow great to see Portsmouth competitive again. and in a playoff hunt. led ironton 7-3 at the half. before the fighting tigers reeled off 40 points. it was certainly a night of big plays both ways. and I am so glad we have a solid, competitive kicking game now.



Are you stupid or what , you do know the home side is about 20 times bigger then the visitors side right? It may look like not many people but portsmouth had 3 times the crowd irony in had irony in never came close to filling half that side matter of fact the band was half yall and I betcha not half of that potty crowd drives to coshocton


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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby High Roller » Sun Oct 30, 2016 11:53 pm

Suffice it to say gentlemen, the crowds on both sides of the Trojan Coliseum were disappointing in numbers. It surely didn't hurt the quality of play in this heated rivalry on the field. However, we can all agree on one thing. Only "Irony" Fighting Tiger fans have the opportunity to watch their team play in week 11. Perhaps you Trojan fans can help fill in the gaps in the "Irony" caravan headed to Coshocton.

That is if you aren't planning on watching your kids that play for Wheelersburg Saturday against Ridgewood.

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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby callie15 » Mon Oct 31, 2016 11:38 am

Lowery kid was born in WB school district , so in sorts he was only coming home.

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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby PTrojan59 » Mon Oct 31, 2016 1:06 pm

High Roller wrote:Suffice it to say gentlemen, the crowds on both sides of the Trojan Coliseum were disappointing in numbers. It surely didn't hurt the quality of play in this heated rivalry on the field. However, we can all agree on one thing. Only "Irony" Fighting Tiger fans have the opportunity to watch their team play in week 11. Perhaps you Trojan fans can help fill in the gaps in the "Irony" caravan headed to Coshocton.

That is if you aren't planning on watching your kids that play for Wheelersburg Saturday against Ridgewood.


You serious lmao? Lowery is the only Portsmouth kid on the Burg team lol. Surely can't compare to all of the Lawrence County kids ironton has recruited from other schools.
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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby Firebreather » Mon Oct 31, 2016 1:43 pm

Congrats Tigers

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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby High Roller » Mon Oct 31, 2016 7:42 pm

I hope you are able to keep them all. I want to see the Trojan-Tiger series become what it once was. The two most talented squads in the area playing for a league title and a huge pile of playoff points.

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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby Noitall » Tue Nov 01, 2016 5:26 pm

Orange and Brown wrote:
Noitall wrote:
YOU'RE TIGER BAIT wrote:

I have no idea what you're saying. no it was not a typical playoff game crowd.or ironton/Portsmouth crowd. but ironton had twice at least the fans there as Portsmouth.

anyhow great to see Portsmouth competitive again. and in a playoff hunt. led ironton 7-3 at the half. before the fighting tigers reeled off 40 points. it was certainly a night of big plays both ways. and I am so glad we have a solid, competitive kicking game now.



Are you stupid or what , you do know the home side is about 20 times bigger then the visitors side right? It may look like not many people but portsmouth had 3 times the crowd irony in had irony in never came close to filling half that side matter of fact the band was half yall and I betcha not half of that potty crowd drives to coshocton


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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby Noitall » Tue Nov 01, 2016 5:29 pm

High Roller wrote:Suffice it to say gentlemen, the crowds on both sides of the Trojan Coliseum were disappointing in numbers. It surely didn't hurt the quality of play in this heated rivalry on the field. However, we can all agree on one thing. Only "Irony" Fighting Tiger fans have the opportunity to watch their team play in week 11. Perhaps you Trojan fans can help fill in the gaps in the "Irony" caravan headed to Coshocton.

That is if you aren't planning on watching your kids that play for Wheelersburg Saturday against Ridgewood.

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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby Noitall » Tue Nov 01, 2016 5:31 pm

High Roller wrote:Suffice it to say gentlemen, the crowds on both sides of the Trojan Coliseum were disappointing in numbers. It surely didn't hurt the quality of play in this heated rivalry on the field. However, we can all agree on one thing. Only "Irony" Fighting Tiger fans have the opportunity to watch their team play in week 11. Perhaps you Trojan fans can help fill in the gaps in the "Irony" caravan headed to Coshocton.

That is if you aren't planning on watching your kids that play for Wheelersburg Saturday against Ridgewood.



Indeed we are planning on watching day burg and hoping for another shot to put another as azz beating on irony ,but my guess is shocton gona take care of that.

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Re: Ironton 43 Portsmouth 28

Postby Gobucks740 » Tue Nov 01, 2016 8:49 pm

This "noitall" guy is an embarrassment for Trojan fans, no wonder people say what they do about Portsmouth. And this is coming from a Trojan fan... Sad


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