Fort Frye 44 Centerburg 6

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Fort Frye 44 Centerburg 6

Postby EasternDspy » Sat Oct 29, 2016 1:27 am

Both teams will come into this game with the it's best group of SRs ever. Centerburg Trojan Srs have won more games then any group ever at the school. They have made 3 playoff appearances. In 2014 they lost in the regional final. In 2013 they lost to another PVC school Monroe Central.

Fort Frye Srs have also broke school record in wins with a reg season record of (35-5). They just finished a 22 game reg season win streak. They also have made 3 playoff appearances. They lost to Fredericktown at home last year a team that is in Centerburgs league.
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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby Chieftain2009 » Sat Oct 29, 2016 1:34 am

I like Fort Frye in this game.
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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby LICKING COUNTY FAN » Sat Oct 29, 2016 1:36 am

I think this will be a lot closer than most on here will think. Can't call a winner but I am rooting for Ft. Frye.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Sat Oct 29, 2016 1:44 am

This has to be the year the Cadets win there first playoff game. Cadets have really struggled with extra points all year I say go for 2 every time. Even if you only make it 50% of the time that's equilvent to 100 % Pats.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Sat Oct 29, 2016 2:04 am

Going to see a battle of 2 great backs in Jacob Rings Centerburg and Casey Lewis Fort Frye.

Casey Lewis 1478 yards on 136 carries 10.8 a carry. Also has returned multiple kicks and punts for Tds. He either has 31 or 30 Tds.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby bbn77 » Sat Oct 29, 2016 2:14 am

Haven't seen Centerburg play but based on comments I've seen from others about the team, if Fort can get a couple
stops they should win
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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Sat Oct 29, 2016 2:19 am

Cadets should have a nice size advantage in this one.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby Stan_Marsh » Sat Oct 29, 2016 9:24 am

I'm going with Fort Frye on this one as long as they don't come out sloppy. I think Fort Frye is the better team, but I will also state that Centerburg seldom turns the ball over and usually takes advantage of opponents mistakes.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby icanpickem » Sat Oct 29, 2016 9:25 am

Stats through week 10

QB Gunnor Gregory 119-204 1533 18/7
RB Jacob Rings 245-1408
WR Sterling Armstrong 51-781

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Sat Oct 29, 2016 11:34 am

Tate Engle only threw 2 picks all season to go with 15 Tds.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby Orange and Brown » Sat Oct 29, 2016 11:36 am

Im going with Ft Frye!
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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Sat Oct 29, 2016 11:38 am

Gunner Gregory does have a quick release.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Sat Oct 29, 2016 11:39 am

This years Cadets need to do this for the Cadets of the past. Last years Srs were legendary you know there all rooting for this years team.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Sat Oct 29, 2016 12:22 pm

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Fort Frye 31 Centerburg 20

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Sat Oct 29, 2016 12:30 pm

Cadets come in with a pretty good offense and good defense. They had 4 shutouts only allowing 9 points a game. The offense scored 44 points per game never scoring less then 31. Cadets won every game by 17 or more. Like I said they do struggle to kick PAts.Might of missed more then half this season.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Sat Oct 29, 2016 5:46 pm

Fort Frye has not even had to use its full offense yet.I think now that it's playoff time you'll see some new things.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby Lindy » Sat Oct 29, 2016 11:31 pm

This is big for Huck he always beats the team's he is better than but when teams are even he struggles to get it done. It took a bad call last year against Caldwell to get that win. Every other team in the PVC has won a playoff game before but who knows if we will.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Sun Oct 30, 2016 12:02 am

Lindy wrote:This is big for Huck he always beats the team's he is better than but when teams are even he struggles to get it done. It took a bad call last year against Caldwell to get that win. Every other team in the PVC has won a playoff game before but who knows if we will.



It also took great coaching to call the 2 big plays he's used to win that game vs Caldwell. Fort Frye Srs have got so much better from last year. This is a much improved team. I agree talent has carried them a lot this year. A ton of the Cadets touchdowns have been basic plays where they just beat the other team. The offense has shown little bits of new things or key old plays in the last 5 weeks. I think in this one the use the whole playbook and come up with a huge win.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Sun Oct 30, 2016 5:20 pm

Brady Carpenter and Garrett Lochary on Friday will become the first ever players at Fort Frye to start 3 playoff games. Lochary has been a stud only Sr to start every game (35-7). At Corner in 42 starts I think he's only giving up 4 Tds. Sterling Armstrong of Centerburg could be a tough matchup for him as he's huge 6-3 220.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby MeyerSpread » Sun Oct 30, 2016 11:57 pm

I'll go with Fort Frye 31-21.

I'll credit this win to their tough scrimmages.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Sun Oct 30, 2016 11:59 pm

MeyerSpread wrote:I'll go with Fort Frye 31-21.

I'll credit this win to their tough scrimmages.

:lol:

Go get em!




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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby formerfcfan » Tue Nov 01, 2016 12:15 am

Stan_Marsh wrote:I'm going with Fort Frye on this one as long as they don't come out sloppy. I think Fort Frye is the better team, but I will also state that Centerburg seldom turns the ball over and usually takes advantage of opponents mistakes.

Did you get a chance to catch East Knox this year? I heard they were improved this year. It looks like Centerburg handled them pretty well, was curious if you think EK was decent this year or not and if that win is indicative at all to what Centerburg will bring to the table.
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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby icanpickem » Tue Nov 01, 2016 2:00 am

formerfcfan wrote:
Stan_Marsh wrote:I'm going with Fort Frye on this one as long as they don't come out sloppy. I think Fort Frye is the better team, but I will also state that Centerburg seldom turns the ball over and usually takes advantage of opponents mistakes.

Did you get a chance to catch East Knox this year? I heard they were improved this year. It looks like Centerburg handled them pretty well, was curious if you think EK was decent this year or not and if that win is indicative at all to what Centerburg will bring to the table.

Ek was ok this year. Pretty young team that MIGHT do something in a couple of years. But definitely better than the dumpster fire they usually are. 6 wins against average or bad teams and got outscored something like 150-13 by the 4 playoff caliber teams they faced. I believe in 1 or 2 of their games they won without an offensive td and around 150 of O. Defense was pretty good. Offense struggled against anybody with a pulse . I think centerburg held them to one first down in first 2 1/2 qtrs.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Tue Nov 01, 2016 2:12 am

Centerburg if you look at scores on the schedule they are very inconsistent struggling vs some bad teams. They did give Highland a game and blew out Cardington Lincoln. Almost lost to Fredericktown town and Cardington Lincoln blasted them. So which Centerburg team shows up. I think the Cadets bigger Dline can plug up the middle causing Carpenter and Lewis to use speed at LB to make plays. Cadets have not played a WR as big or as talented as Sterling Armstrong. Maybe run some zone or help Garrett over the top.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby Stan_Marsh » Tue Nov 01, 2016 8:27 am

Eastern, you are absolutely not wrong about that. I can, however, provide a little but of insight on those Cardington and Highland games. That is, in both of those games Highland and Cardington turned the ball over almost like they wanted to lose those nights. Not taking anything away from the Trojans, but when I say that Centerburg is good at taking advantages of opponents mistakes and turnovers and make very little of their own I am totally referencing to the Cardington and Highland game. Northmor, Mount Gilead, and Fredericktown played excellent, gave Centerburg their best and did NOT turn the ball over and Centerburg won all by around 1 possession. I give the Trojans credit in that they are discipline when it comes to turnovers and sloppy play, but they are not good enough to win in the playoffs without the opponent making some mistakes of their own. Fort Frye can decide the outcome of this game simply by how many times they turn the ball over. If they don't turn it over, they will probably win in controlling fashion, if they do, then they will win, but it will probably be like the Highland score you saw.

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Considering East Knox was going to be an "improved" team if they went 3-7 this season I have nothing, but positive to say about them. I was able to catch them play early in the season in non-league. From what I saw I can't disagree with what icanpickem has stated. I don't think it means much for Centerburg in terms of playoffs. Highland, Centerburg, and Cardington still handled them, but East Knox made a statement more or less, that they are no longer to be considered the bottom Northmor, Mount Gilead, or Elgin type of team anymore.....then they also beat Fredericktown. They are very young I think I counted 8 freshman/sophomores on the field at some point. They have a coaching staff that knows how to be successful, in fact I believe most of the coaching staff in their playing days played in the playoffs either at East Knox or Highland they have guys that graduated from both. Will East Knox be in the playoffs anytime soon? Not sure about that, I would say give that between 2-4 more seasons. Are things going in the right direction? Absolutely! In terms of league play that whole MOAC Blue division is leaving the MOAC and forming a Morrow/Knox league (simply kicking Elgin out and bringing in Danville) Highland will win that league next year, you NEVER know what Centerburg and/or Danville will bring to the table, but look for East Knox to finish no lower than 4th. If after the division's and regions get re-aligned MOAC and PVC schools are still both in region 23 (which I assume they will be) next year, we won't be discussing Cardington, their best shot was this season and they are gonna struggle for a bit. Same with Fredericktown.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby Stone Cold » Tue Nov 01, 2016 9:46 am

Good luck to the Cadets in this one!!
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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby icanpickem » Tue Nov 01, 2016 10:02 am

Stan_Marsh wrote:Eastern, you are absolutely not wrong about that. I can, however, provide a little but of insight on those Cardington and Highland games. That is, in both of those games Highland and Cardington turned the ball over almost like they wanted to lose those nights. Not taking anything away from the Trojans, but when I say that Centerburg is good at taking advantages of opponents mistakes and turnovers and make very little of their own I am totally referencing to the Cardington and Highland game. Northmor, Mount Gilead, and Fredericktown played excellent, gave Centerburg their best and did NOT turn the ball over and Centerburg won all by around 1 possession. I give the Trojans credit in that they are discipline when it comes to turnovers and sloppy play, but they are not good enough to win in the playoffs without the opponent making some mistakes of their own. Fort Frye can decide the outcome of this game simply by how many times they turn the ball over. If they don't turn it over, they will probably win in controlling fashion, if they do, then they will win, but it will probably be like the Highland score you saw.


You nailed it. Along those lines you mentioned, Danville turned it over 7 times (yes 7) against Centerburg. C-burg was +6 in TO margin that night and won by 12 points.

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Re: Reg 23: 7.Centerburg (8-2)@ 2.Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Tue Nov 01, 2016 10:41 am

Wess Mckown former Fort Frye Lineman is on the coaching staff at East Knox and he played on the first ever playoff team.

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Re: Reg23 #7 Centerburg (8-2) @ #2 Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby Stan_Marsh » Tue Nov 01, 2016 10:41 am

^^^oh wow add that one too! I was watching Johnstown-Monroe that night! I saw Centerburg week 6 against Highland and week 5 against Cardington.

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Re: Reg 23 #7 Centerburg (8-2) @ #2 Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby Stan_Marsh » Tue Nov 01, 2016 10:42 am

Ok so the above post was in reference to icanpickem, but Eastern that's pretty cool I was unaware of that!

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Re: Reg 23 #7 Centerburg (8-2) @ #2 Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Tue Nov 01, 2016 11:18 am

The thing is besides the first half vs Waterford and a little bit in Shenandoah game the Cadets haven't been stopped on offense. What will they do when a team shuts them down? Coach Huck and his staff has been amazing at halftime adjustments. Has anyone heard about Clay Baker? He was one of teams top players RB/LB was hurt vs Northridge I heard a possible return for the playoffs.

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Re: Reg 23 #7 Centerburg (8-2) @ #2 Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby Stan_Marsh » Tue Nov 01, 2016 11:59 am

If ya got a good ground game which Fort Frye does, there is nothing else they'll need for Centerburg, just don't fumble.

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Re: Reg 23 #7 Centerburg (8-2) @ #2 Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby icanpickem » Tue Nov 01, 2016 1:06 pm

Stan_Marsh wrote:If ya got a good ground game which Fort Frye does, there is nothing else they'll need for Centerburg, just don't fumble.

Yeah, lucas ran the ball down their throats(84 attempts i believe). Although cburg only ran around 30-35 plays and scored on 4 of them.

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Re: Reg 23 #7 Centerburg (8-2) @ #2 Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Tue Nov 01, 2016 1:42 pm

Fort Frye has a RB that has scored 30 Tds in Casey Lewis they also have Garrett Lochary who has 12 Tds. The Cadets have 3-4 other decent backs in Stewart,Bradford ,Sampson and Fisher. 6-2 Wr Brady Carpenter could also a carry or 2. I think the Cadets need to lean on bigger line. Maybe go unbalanced and put Matheny and Baker on the same side. Cadets offense line is def a strength.

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Re: Reg 23 #7 Centerburg (8-2) @ #2 Fort Frye (10-0)

Postby EasternDspy » Tue Nov 01, 2016 1:43 pm

At full Strength the rushing attack of Lewis, Baker and Lochary is nasty.


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