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23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 10:18 pm
by EasternDspy
Zanesville?

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 10:20 pm
by Chalito
Did I read that there were a couple ejections? Do those players have to sit out a game? Any key players for Ft Frye that will have to sit?

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 10:28 pm
by EasternDspy
2 Barnesville players were ejected not Cadets. Barnesville Star RB tackled on a 4th down play when it was 33-12. Gets up tackles Casey Lewis after the play. Then Hannah's jumps on top of Colton Sampson. Classless cops had to come to escort Barnesville fans. Which I don't know why they were so heated it's was started by Barnesville.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 10:46 pm
by EasternDspy
Chalito wrote:Did I read that there were a couple ejections? Do those players have to sit out a game? Any key players for Ft Frye that will have to sit?




Did Dukes play tonight?

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 11:01 pm
by LICKING COUNTY FAN
I would say Zanesville but pray it is anywhere else.

N.C. has had some bad luck there.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 11:05 pm
by Thereddragin
I say Zanesville or maybe Maysville...

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 11:14 pm
by nerkfan
Dukes did play, but wasn't 100%

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 11:19 pm
by LICKING COUNTY FAN
I set up top on the home side, near the 50-yard line.

I was able to speak to several really sound Ready fans, who were nothing but classy.

One fan, who seem to know his team inside and out, told me Dukes ankle was very tender and he could not cut.

He played a lot in the 2nd half, but did not get as many carries, as the speedy number 5.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 11:20 pm
by EasternDspy
How does everyone see this great game?

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 11:34 pm
by LICKING COUNTY FAN
Fort Frye Cadets
12-0
Opponents combined record(Including playoffs
55-72
Best win(I.M.O.)
Waterford 10-1(35-14)
Wins against teams over .500 (4) 2 In regualr season 2 in playoffs

Newark Catholic Green Wave
8-4
Opponents combined record Record(Including playoffs)
75-54
Best Win (I.M.O.)
Nelsonville 9-2(41-21)
Wins against teams over .500 (4)2 In regualr season 2 in playoffs

1 common opponent
Northridge

Fort Frye won,37-20-Game was at Fort Frye
Newark Catholic won,40-12 Game was at Northridge

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 11:40 pm
by EasternDspy
Going by the numbers you might give the edge to NC but they haven't dominated. NC hasn't been consistent all year even losing a game they should of won. They are battle tested and Fort def won't be the best team they have faced. Now Fort has won every game by 17 or more. Almost all of the games except Waterford were decided before the 4th Qt. Cadets need to come in ready to play all 4 qts. Nothing about this game says blowout to me.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Fri Nov 11, 2016 11:57 pm
by Thereddragin
EasternDspy wrote:How does everyone see this great game?

I haven't seen NC this year, they always seem to be up to the task tho...

I have watched FF several times this year, they are rolling right now, real team concept and well coached.

I have to ride the Cadet train, I'll pick FF to win

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 12:00 am
by LICKING COUNTY FAN
This will be my 2nd time seeing Fort Frye.

As for the game, the N.C. staff has done some different things on both sides of the ball(From what I can see) on both offense and defense.
I think this could be the biggest difference in this game.
On offense its no longer the short side of the field only.
On defense the short passing game is not as effective against hem as it was earlier in the season.

Field position has bee a big advantage for Newark Catholic because teams (PLAYOFFS) have been (for lack of a better word) scared to kick deep.


Hopefully this one is at Maysville.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 12:03 am
by EasternDspy
LICKING COUNTY FAN wrote:This will be my first time seeing Fort Frye.

As for the game, the N.C. staff has done some different things on both sides of the ball(From what I can see) on both offense and defense.
I think this could be the biggest difference in this game.
On offense its no longer the short side of the field only.
On defense the short passing game is not as effective against hem as it was earlier in the season.

Field position has bee a big advantage for Newark Catholic because teams (PLAYOFFS) have been (for lack of a better word) scared to kick deep.


Hopefully this one is at Maysville.



You were at the Caldwell vs Fort Frye game last year.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 12:04 am
by EasternDspy
I was shocked that Barnesville kicked to Casey Lewis tonight. He took one about 90 to the house.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 12:06 am
by EasternDspy
I was surprised the Greenwave only beat Bellaire by 1. I went and watched Newark Catholic in the playoffs a few years back @Zanesville High. I remember them losing but it escapes my mind who they played. I know they cane in a big underdog and played tough. Was it Bridgeport?

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 12:07 am
by Raider6309
EasternDspy wrote:Going by the numbers you might give the edge to NC but they haven't dominated. NC hasn't been consistent all year even losing a game they should of won. They are battle tested and Fort def won't be the best team they have faced. Now Fort has won every game by 17 or more. Almost all of the games except Waterford were decided before the 4th Qt. Cadets need to come in ready to play all 4 qts. Nothing about this game says blowout to me.


If NY and NC played today, I'd take NY by 2 scores. Took NY with a new coach a few weeks to get rolling. Athens beat Watkins. Watkins beat Newark Catholic. NY rolled Athens pretty easily

I think Fort Frye wins the regional title

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 12:09 am
by LICKING COUNTY FAN
EasternDspy wrote:
LICKING COUNTY FAN wrote:This will be my first time seeing Fort Frye.

As for the game, the N.C. staff has done some different things on both sides of the ball(From what I can see) on both offense and defense.
I think this could be the biggest difference in this game.
On offense its no longer the short side of the field only.
On defense the short passing game is not as effective against hem as it was earlier in the season.

Field position has bee a big advantage for Newark Catholic because teams (PLAYOFFS) have been (for lack of a better word) scared to kick deep.


Hopefully this one is at Maysville.



You were at the Caldwell vs Fort Frye game last year.
I corrected my post. Thanks, its been a long day/night.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 12:12 am
by LICKING COUNTY FAN
EasternDspy wrote:I was surprised the Greenwave only beat Bellaire by 1. I went and watched Newark Catholic in the playoffs a few years back @Zanesville High. I remember them losing but it escapes my mind who they played. I know they cane in a big underdog and played tough. Was it Bridgeport?
They did lose to Bridgeport. I remember the tailback for N.C was as banged up as a player could be and still gave it all he had in him. I had told his dad, who I called friend way back then, that his son had more heart then anyone I have watch wear the green. I believe special teams killed N.C in that one. As I remember a few people close to the programs, back then said it was a stupid decision that killed them in that one.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 12:12 am
by EasternDspy
I think the Cadets might have more weapons. I'm shocked that Casey Lewis wasn't district player of the year. He comes in with 39 Total Tds. He did get banged up. Engle comes in passing like 20 Tds 3 ints that's a nice ratio. Also how does a player like Brady Carpenter not make all team district! He's the best defensive player on the team leads them in tackling.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 12:15 am
by EasternDspy
LICKING COUNTY FAN wrote:
EasternDspy wrote:I was surprised the Greenwave only beat Bellaire by 1. I went and watched Newark Catholic in the playoffs a few years back @Zanesville High. I remember them losing but it escapes my mind who they played. I know they cane in a big underdog and played tough. Was it Bridgeport?
They did lose to Bridgeport. I remember the tailback for N.C was as banged up as a player could be and still gave it all he had in him. I had told his dad, who I called friend way back then, that his son had more heart then anyone I have watch wear the green. I believe special teams killed N.C in that one. As I remember a few people close to the programs, back then said it was a stupid decision that killed them in that one.



Yea I was there it was like 21-20. NC left all on the field so much tradition in that program. This is a great opportunity for the school and the community at Fort Frye.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 1:05 am
by EasternDspy
Kyle Gibson is even bigger then Caide Bunfill. Listed at 225.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 1:09 am
by EasternDspy
Cal Preps : Fort Frye 28 Newark Catholic 21

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 7:37 am
by TVC
Good luck FF beat the central Ohio allstars

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 7:45 am
by Orange and Brown
I think this should be a close game but I'm giving the edge to Fort Frye.
I wouldn't be surprised to see NC come out with the win though.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 7:59 am
by LICKING COUNTY FAN
TVC wrote:Good luck FF beat the central Ohio allstars
Please explain all stars.

Would love to see the way a team that struggled to a 6-4 regular season is any kind of an all star team.

Please list transfers and the schools they came from and when they transferred in.

If the info can not be posted, then the all-star statement is as weak and another calling any open enrollment public school an all-star team, just because they are an open enrollment school. :roll:

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 8:05 am
by rickoshay
A little "testy" this mourning LCF? :o

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 8:08 am
by EasternDspy
Something tells me that NC is going to need more then 116 yards to win this game.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 8:10 am
by LICKING COUNTY FAN
rickoshay wrote:A little "testy" this mourning LCF? :o

Not at all.
I went to a public school and never used the cry baby excuse that any private school we played was an all-star type team. And I was in school when the public schools did not have the huge advantage of open enrollment.

Plus I actually want to see all of the transfers, who make this school, Newark Catholic an all-star team.

For one to make such a bold statement, one would guess they have the info requested to prove said statement. :twisted:

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 8:17 am
by EasternDspy
Let's keep the topic on football. How do they matchup?

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 8:23 am
by rickoshay
LICKING COUNTY FAN wrote:
rickoshay wrote:A little "testy" this mourning LCF? :o

Not at all.
I went to a public school and never used the cry baby excuse that any private school we played was an all-star type team. And I was in school when the public schools did not have the huge advantage of open enrollment.

Plus I actually want to see all of the transfers, who make this school, Newark Catholic an all-star team.

For one to make such a bold statement, one would guess they have the info requested to prove said statement. :twisted:


I get your point, but as you know this is brought up lots of times in all H, S. sports every year since the first "non-public" school was started.

Alas, one argument you won't convince everyone.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 8:41 am
by LICKING COUNTY FAN
I can see anyone who goes to or roots for a a non-opened public school, but if you go to a public school that is O.E. then their is no reason to whine, cry or bitch.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 10:49 am
by EasternDspy
This will be the 3rd straight game the Cadets will have a size advantage. Last 2 teams Barnesville and Centerburg kinda abandoned the run and went pass heavy and the DBs stepped up.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 11:42 am
by Chalito
EasternDspy wrote:How does everyone see this great game?



Just my opinion. NC has one player that has been absolutely the most dominant player in the history of NC football for one season. NC has had some great teams and always had a really solid supporting cast no matter the year. Even the last time they won the state they had a tremendous small school back who came up from Missouri, or another southern state (can't remember exactly) but he was terrific for a small school Ohio football program. But regardless, they had a solid supporting class. Had a great QB that I think played D1 baseball at Cincinnati (could be wong but he did play D1 baseball. They also had other real good players. If Ft. Frye can stop this man, they will win. Trust me. This man, even though the stats in the Ready game do not look impressive on the surface, was the difference maker. NC put him in on defense which he rarely played all season, and he made a couple huge plays. It's hard to take away from some of the other NC players but I think if you would ask them, they would also agree. They know how hard this man worked in the off-season and they are absolutely thrilled to have him. (As would I be if I were his team-mate) As far as the all-star comment, if you attend the game you will see that this team is not a group of all-stars. They do have a transfer from neighboring Newark County Schools but as far as I know, no other transfers. Someone else may know, so if you do please correct me. I do think the man came from the Watkins County Schools but came to NC in either middle school or High School. Also, I will say that the man is an absolutely great man. He is a 100 percent good dude and a great family. Humble and outstanding. If Ft Frye can stop him in every facet, including and when he plays defense, Ft Frye will win. If not, NC will win. Either way, the winner will come up against a fortified brick wall week 14.

Just to give you another incidental, the games NC lost were games that the teams were bigger and totally dominated the O-line therefore able to get to the man before he could get started. Losses include Licking Heights (D2), Johnstown (lost to Steubenville), Heath, (The man did not play) and Watkins (D2). If Ft Frye can stop the man---28-7 Ft. Frye. If they can't---35-28 NC.

Re: 23 Regional Final: Fort Frye (12-0) vs Newark Catholic (8-4)

Posted: Sat Nov 12, 2016 12:26 pm
by nerkfan
Chalito wrote:
EasternDspy wrote:How does everyone see this great game?



Just my opinion. NC has one player that has been absolutely the most dominant player in the history of NC

Gibson is a very good high school player but is not close to the most dominant player for NC. I married into the NC family in 1991. Rob Kelly was by far their most dominant player. Also IMHO there have been a couple other players I would also put in front of Gibby. I'm not bashing him at all, he is a tremendous asset for NC and the young man worked his butt off to be the player he is.