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2017 Standings

Blackbourn

1. Morse-Marshall 6-4 (5-1)
2. Rufus King 6-4 (5-1)
3. Washington 5-5 (4-2)
4. Custer 5-5 (4-2)
5. Madison 3-5 (2-4)
6. Vincent 1-8 (1-5)
7. North Division 1-8 (1-5)

Richardson

1. Bay View 7-3 (6-0)
2. Riverside 5-5 (5-1)
3. Hamilton 6-4 (4-2)
4. Reagan 4-6 (3-3)
5. Bradley Tech 4-5 (2-4)
6. South Division 4-5 (1-5)
7. Pulaski 1-8 (0-6)

Week One Matchups

Thursday, 8/16

Hope Christian at Bradley Tech
Racine Horlick at Morse-Marshall

Friday, 8/17

Vincent at St. Francis
South Division at Bay View (NC)
Riverside at Pewaukee
Rufus King at Shorewood/Messmer
Hamilton at Shoreland Lutheran

Saturday, 8/18

Reagan at Racine Lutheran

Open Date: Madison, North Division, Pulaski, Washington
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Thursday, 8/16

Hope Christian at Bradley Tech - The Swittel Era begins at Tech. Real interested to see how this plays out. New coach at HOPE also. Don't know anything about him, but hopefully he can bring some stability to the program.

Racine Horlick at Morse-Marshall - Horlick lost a massive senior class, but still has some players. New era begins over at Marshall. They still should be formidable in the confines of the City, but not outside of it.

Friday, 8/17

Vincent at St. Francis - - Vincent coaches were talking up their talent at the SF scrimmage on Saturday. Apparently they hit some big plays on G'Dale and B'East in their scrimmage. Still can't see Sarver and Co. dropping this one. Bay View last year was an established team with established players so them giving SF trouble made sense.

South Division at Bay View - Post Wallack/Wright/Lehman era begins at Bay View. Things will certainly look different over there. Still should be enough quality to handle long-struggling South Division program.

Riverside at Pewaukee - Pewaukee loses a lot, but the gap between these two programs is still too much for the Tigers to overcome.

Rufus King at Shorewood/Messmer - This was a decent game last year and probably will be again. I'll go with S/M and their veteran QB to make enough plays down the stretch to grab a one-score victory.

Hamilton at Shoreland Lutheran - Shoreland doesn't bring a ton of talent back and is probably in for a long season, but the Pacers should have enough to beat an MPS team in week 1, particularly one that must replace a highly productive four-year starter at QB.

Saturday, 8/18

Reagan at Racine Lutheran - In theory I like what Reagan does on offense. Keep it simple. Ground and pound. They're just not physical enough to make it work outside the weaker division of MPS. RaLu will have no issues moving the ball and scoring points in this one, or most of their games this year.

Open Date: Madison, North Division, Pulaski, Washington - maybe play each other, fellas?
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Thursday, 8/16

Hope Christian at Bradley Tech
Racine Horlick at Morse-Marshall

Friday, 8/17

Vincent at St. Francis -  SFHS will be very good defensively this year and they have lots of depth at the offensive skill positions.  Key here is for the Mariners not to beat themselves.  
South Division at Bay View (NC) - Good opening win here for the defending City Champs should help them prepare for the game of the year for them (yes, in week 2 vs Riverside).  Solid experience returns- excited to see coach Slaw pick up where the 2017 team left off.  
Riverside at Pewaukee Riverside is my pick to win the conference this year and look like they are much improved from last year, Pewaukee loses some very good players.  This is a barometer test for coach Wagner~ if they win or at very least play this game close, they will probably be very good this year. 
Rufus King at Shorewood/Messmer - coin flip here.  You have to think that King will improve from last year.  Messwood is also going to be "up" this year - will be interesting game. 
Hamilton at Shoreland Lutheran - Hamilton is IMO the dark horse in the conference this year.  Very promising scrimmage as they did not give up a point to either team they faced, key question is though can they replace the offensive stars they lost to graduation? 

Saturday, 8/18

Reagan at Racine Lutheran Reagan should finish in top half of conference this year and will beat somebody they probably shouldn't; Lutheran however is loaded and this could get ugly.
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Thursday, 8/16

Hope Christian at Bradley Tech: Swittel starts 1-0 at Tech.

Racine Horlick at Morse-Marshall: Horlick lost an enormous amount of talent to graduation but should be in the hunt for a playoff bid in the Southeast. Marshall has to face some stiff competition in the revamped Richardson division.

Friday, 8/17

Vincent at St. Francis: If Vincent can stay eligible, they could be in the hunt in the Blackbourn. However like DB said, doubt they can get the W over Sarver and company.

South Division at Bay View (NC): Bay View lost a tremendous player in Wright to graduation which will be a burden in their quest to repeat as Richardson champs. However they should be able to handle South here.

Riverside at Pewaukee: Pewaukee may be taking a step back here, but Riverside is still too unknown for me here.

Rufus King at Shorewood/Messmer: This should be a competitive matchup. Shorewood looks to be trending up in the Woodland East.

Hamilton at Shoreland Lutheran: Pacers will be hard pressed to get back to the playoffs but Hamilton needs to replace a stud at QB.

Saturday, 8/18

Reagan at Racine Lutheran: RaLu is going to be major factor in the Metro Classic. Reagan should be in the hunt again for a second straight playoff bid.
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Bradley Tech over Hope Christian
Racine Horlick over Marshall
St Francis over Vincent
Bay View over South
Pewaukee over Riverside 
Shorewood Messmer over King
Shoreland Lutheran over Hamilton
Racine Lutheran over Reagan
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