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2017 Standings

East

1. Whitnall 9-2 (7-1)
2. Milwaukee Lutheran 5-5 (5-3)
3. Greenfield 5-6 (4-4)
4. South Milwaukee 3-6 (3-5)
5. Shorewood/Messmer 4-5 (3-5)
6. Brown Deer 1-8 (1-7)
7. Cudahy 0-9 (0-8)

West

1. New Berlin Eisenhower 13-1 (8-0)
2. Greendale 9-3 (7-1)
3. Pewaukee 8-3 (6-2)
4. New Berlin West 6-4 (5-3)
5. Wisconsin Lutheran 3-5 (3-6)
6. West Allis Central 2-7 (2-6)
7. Pius XI 2-7 (2-6)

Week One Matchups

Thursday, 8/16

Cudahy at Racine St. Catherine's
Union Grove at Greenfield
Greendale at Lake Geneva Badger

Friday, 8/17

Whitnall at Martin Luther
Milwaukee Lutheran at Kewaskum
Brown Deer at Sheboygan Falls
Burlington at South Milwaukee
Milwaukee King at Shorewood/Messmer
Pius XI at Racine Park
Milwaukee Riverside at Pewaukee
Plymouth at New Berlin Eisenhower
Elkhorn at New Berlin West
Oak Creek at Wisconsin Lutheran
West Allis Central at Kenosha Tremper
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Thursday, 8/16

Cudahy at Racine St. Catherine's - This was a blowout last year and likely will be again. Hopefully Cudahy can stay healthy this year, particularly the young QB. Same goes for RSC, who harbors serious Camp Randall aspirations. They get off to a good start here.

Union Grove at Greenfield - The last remnants of the Koch Era at Greenfield have faded away. What remains is some talent, but a still wildly undisciplined and many would argue, underachieving program. The Woodland has struggled with SLC physicality as of late, look for that trend to continue here.

Greendale at Lake Geneva Badger - I expect Greendale to be quite good this year, however, I still think this type of game, this type of opponent, are a bridge too far for them...especially on the road. Can they prove me wrong? Perhaps, LGB does have quite a bit to replace, but the Badgers are nothing if not consistent from year-to-year. The Panthers haven't been recently.

Friday, 8/17

Whitnall at Martin Luther - Whitnall loses a bit from last year's team so this match-up should be tighter than last year's. Still think Whitnall has more than enough to handle ML. Would be a heckuva start for the Spartans to notch a win here.

Milwaukee Lutheran at Kewaskum - Both squads must replace a highly productive player (ML - Hedrington; Kewaskum - Steger). Sounds like ML may be trending young this year, and that probably doesn't bode well against an established program like Kewaskum right out of the gate.

Brown Deer at Sheboygan Falls - Last year this was a surprisingly close Week 1 game. Not sure that'll be the case here, even though SF must replace Petrie at QB. Brown Deer lost its handful of gamebreakers to graduation and quite frankly didn't look terribly competitive at their scrimmage.

Burlington at South Milwaukee - The SLC has owned the Woodland in recent times. Shouldn't have any problem with the Rockets, but Burlington has to replace some of their top contributors. Is it enough to give pause on this pick? No, not really.

Milwaukee 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.

Pius XI at Racine Park - This was a tight one last year with Park winning thanks to some big plays down the stretch. Both teams have a new top man, but Pius also experienced bigger grad losses than Park and has a young, undersized and inexperienced roster this year. Park by two scores.

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

Plymouth at New Berlin Eisenhower - Well, we're gonna find out where IKE stands this year right out the gate. I like them winning at home in what will likely be another tight game between these two. Look for Himmelspach to go off for reasons Melkamania can wax poetic about.

Elkhorn at New Berlin West - Both teams lost large chunks of production, but Elkhorn will be a bit younger than NBW, I think that's the difference here.

Oak Creek at Wisconsin Lutheran - This was a massacre last year as OC was just too fast and experienced for a very green WISCO side. Things should be a little different this year as most of those WISCO players are back, while OC lost a lot and has a new coach. Still expect the Knights to be victorious, but not by a 48-point margin.

West Allis Central at Kenosha Tremper - To be honest, I don't really know what WAC has this year, but I do know they lost many contributors from a not-very-good squad a year ago. Tremper themselves weren't much better a year ago either, but they won then, and they'll probably win now.
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Thursday, 8/16

Cudahy at Racine St. Catherine's - Caught this one last year when it was a landslide for RSC. I don't see it being much different this season. I love the way the best Metro Classic teams are scheduling Woodland schools, by the way, though it might have been more interesting for us (and useful for the Angels) if Saint Cat's moved a notch or two up the ladder and played someone more competitive.

Union Grove at Greenfield - You won't see me picking Greenfield much this year. You have to be a special Woodland team these days to hang with the Southern Lakes, and I don't think the Hawks are that.

Greendale at Lake Geneva Badger - The Panthers just might be. Last year they got beat one too many times by the option pass against LGB-- in a tight game, that was the difference. If their safeties play with more discipline they win this one.

Friday, 8/17

Whitnall at Martin Luther - I really want to pick ML, but if DB saw Whitnall scrimmage and says they have enough back to win this game, I'll trust him. Still, a special runner against a young defense... a Spartan surprise would not be far-fetched.

Milwaukee Lutheran at Kewaskum - All I know about Kewaskum is (1) when I was a kid, they would wrestle in these hilarious green-and-yellow bumblebee-striped singlets and (2) they usually lose to Memorial in the playoffs. Thing is, uniforms don't mean much and the Red Knights ain't the Crusaders. 

Brown Deer at Sheboygan Falls - Could be a long year for the Brown Deer Brown Deers.

Burlington at South Milwaukee - These two communities, schools and football programs aren't all that different on paper. Thing is, Tenhagen in Burlington is building a consistent program with community support and the Demons have a lot more local business money behind them. In South Milwaukee, the mayor is trying to get Bird Scooters to come in and terrorize the six-block downtown for reasons nobody can quite figure out. Oh, and it's another SLC vs. Woodland matchup.

Milwaukee King at Shorewood/Messmer - One of these years, the City will win this most winnable of City/suburban matchups. I'll keep picking them against the day that they do.

Pius XI at Racine Park - I feel bad for Park but worse for Pius. They can just never seem to get anything going there. There are proven ways for a private school to be successful at football in this state, but schools like Pius and Thomas More never seem all that interested in following them.

Milwaukee Riverside at Pewaukee - I'd really like to see Riverside give the Pirates a black eye, but I don't think they have enough to do it this year.

Plymouth at New Berlin Eisenhower - How will Eisenhower rebound from the graduation of their "Golden Generation"? The Woodland hasn't produced a consistent playoff threat since the Greendale teams of a few years back, so I'm not betting on them to make the march again this year.

Elkhorn at New Berlin West - I'd love to see the Elkhorn Elks play the Brown Deer Brown Deers.

Oak Creek at Wisconsin Lutheran - Both programs have struggled to regain their form after losing a top-caliber head coach, but Oak Creek's been at it longer and seems to have settled into a regular bridesmaid slot behind Franklin in the SEC. Wisco will be the underdog here, but with all of the experience they have back, I like them to turn some heads-- in the opener and all year long.

West Allis Central at Kenosha Tremper  - Toss-up for me, but if even the WAC grad on our board is picking Tremper, I'll take the Trojans. 
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Friday, 8/17

Whitnall at Martin Luther - I really want to pick ML, but if DB saw Whitnall scrimmage and says they have enough back to win this game, I'll trust him. Still, a special runner against a young defense... a Spartan surprise would not be far-fetched.

Milwaukee King at Shorewood/Messmer - One of these years, the City will win this most winnable of City/suburban matchups. I'll keep picking them against the day that they do.


Certainly not at the skill positions, but Whitnall's strength in the trenches might be the difference. ML didn't exactly blow some weaker teams off the ball at their scrimmage, but if you can get DC-R to the edge it really doesn't matter.

King did win this matchup during their "beat Falls in L1" year. 😎
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amped0808 wrote:
The return of the Bustos is nigh.....
 

Whatever you do, don't say my name in front of a mirror three times, because I'll suddenly appear. And then it'll get really weird.

 

Thursday, 8/16

Cudahy at Racine St. Catherine's - The Cud was young last year and should have a few more seniors keeping it together on the field this year. I think the score closes a bit, but still qualifying as a "blowout"

Union Grove at Greenfield - The Hawks numbers seem a bit down this year, so that doesn't bode well for their outlook. UG has seemed like a team on the up as of recent.


Greendale at Lake Geneva Badger - Panthers have a smaller team in numbers, but okay in size. They battled injuries to key players all last year, but still found their way to the 3rd level; that invariably led to greater depth this year as the younger guys got put in the regular rotation, gaining considerable experience. Defensive secondary was their weak spot last year, and I think that continues, but still improved. I don't even know who the QB will be yet, or the main RB. I'm certain Wooden will be a beast, and on the field alot this year (iirc, he played on everything but kickoff last season). 

Haven't heard much of LGB, just that they lost a lot. Still, a big school with a long tradition, methinks the panthers have their hands full.

Friday, 8/17

Whitnall at Martin Luther - Whitnall lost a lot of skill, but I don't think it's enough to bridge last year's gap.

Milwaukee Lutheran at Kewaskum - ML lost a stud QB, and that'll affect them considerably. Kew reloads and goes.

Brown Deer at Sheboygan Falls -  Going against the grain on this one. BD hasn't been strong in a while, but are prone to good years once in a while. SF seems to have gained some consistency, but their great record the past couple years hasn't translated to deep playoff runs/Big NC wins.

Burlington at South Milwaukee - SM's lack of significant improvement last season doesn't give me much confidence here. Burlington can be hit or miss too, but their misses aren't as far off the mark.

Milwaukee King at Shorewood/Messmer - If King had a stellar year last year, it'd be harder to pick messwood here. But without the excitement to keep building and attracting talent to King, I think they falter further than the popehounds.

Pius XI at Racine Park - Pius had some talent last year...returning talent who weren't quite ready yet. Unfortunately, certainly not enough to steal a win against a down park. Wanted to pick them, couldn't stick to it.

Milwaukee Riverside at Pewaukee - I think this might be a bit of a down year for the Pirates, while Riverside looked pretty decent in their scrimmage. I say Riverside gets some scores, but not enough to win.

Plymouth at New Berlin Eisenhower - Ike graduated a great class. I think the first game with is a bit of a wake-up call for the Lions against a usually strong Panther program. 

Elkhorn at New Berlin West - NBW was a strong team last year, that should have at least won one more game last year than they did...and by that, I mean they basically did, but a blown call took a W from them against GD last year. 

Oak Creek at Wisconsin Lutheran - Wisco stumbled badly last year. I don't see a huge enough jump in talent to make them competitive here.


West Allis Central at Kenosha Tremper - Thought WAC underachieved last year...as did Tremper. But I don't see this as a close game.

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Thursday, 8/16

Cudahy at Racine St. Catherine's
Union Grove at Greenfield
Greendale at Lake Geneva Badger

Friday, 8/17

Whitnall at Martin Luther
Milwaukee Lutheran at Kewaskum
Brown Deer at Sheboygan Falls
Burlington at South Milwaukee
Milwaukee King at Shorewood/Messmer
Pius XI at Racine Park
Milwaukee Riverside at Pewaukee
Plymouth at New Berlin Eisenhower
Elkhorn at New Berlin West
Oak Creek at Wisconsin Lutheran
West Allis Central at Kenosha Tremper
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Certainly not at the skill positions, but Whitnall's strength in the trenches might be the difference. ML didn't exactly blow some weaker teams off the ball at their scrimmage, but if you can get DC-R to the edge it really doesn't matter.

King did win this matchup during their "beat Falls in L1" year. 😎

King beat this team 3 years in a row from '14-'16...the last being a 37-0 beatdown
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Week One Matchups

Thursday, 8/16

Cudahy at Racine St. Catherine's - Only place to go is up, but week one is a repeat of last year for Cudahy.

Union Grove
at Greenfield - Maybe Greenfield is a player in the East this year but I'll bet against them this week.

Greendale
at Lake Geneva Badger - Another tough fight, but I think Greendale edges the decision this year. 

Friday, 8/17

Whitnall at Martin Luther - Trusting that the power lifting program at Whitnall gives them enough to bottle of DCR again. Could be a fun game in DCR gets loose early for ML though.

Milwaukee Lutheran at Kewaskum - Don’t really know about this game but its usually don't trust the Woodland East to win out of conference.

Brown Deer at Sheboygan Falls - Sounds like struggles are expected to continue for BD.

Burlington
at South Milwaukee - Not sure what South Milwaukee is supposed to be this season but I again with take SLC with everyone else.

Milwaukee King at Shorewood/Messmer - S/M win, by about the same score

Pius XI at Racine Park - Based on conference

Milwaukee Riverside at Pewaukee - Trusting Pewaukee.

Plymouth at New Berlin Eisenhower - Trusting the momentum of last year to help IKE at home.

Elkhorn at New Berlin West - NBW was a good team last year, I am trusting in that trend

Oak Creek
at Wisconsin Lutheran - Closer than last year but Wisco won't have enough to win. 

West Allis Central at Kenosha Tremper - Again picking based on conference.
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Thursday, 8/16

Cudahy at Racine St. Catherine's: St. Cat's still looks like a contender to make to Madison this year and the favorite in the Metro Classic. Cudahy could be in for another long year. Blowout.

Union Grove at Greenfield: UG wears down Greenfield here.

Greendale at Lake Geneva Badger: Probably another great game here in Lake Geneva. However I think that Badger won't need a last second comeback to win here.

Friday, 8/17

Whitnall at Martin Luther: Whitnall will have their hands full trying to contain DCR but they pull away in the second half.

Milwaukee Lutheran at Kewaskum: Lutheran will probably be the 3rd best team in the East. That won't be enough to beat the traditionally strong Indians here.

Brown Deer at Sheboygan Falls: The BD/Cudahy matchup will decide who will get their only win here. Falls is steamed about that abrupt end in the postseason last year.

Burlington at South Milwaukee: SM will be on the fringe of playoff contention again this year. Burlington looks solid despite losing some studs on Offense.

Milwaukee King at Shorewood/Messmer: Shorewood snapped a three game losing streak to King last season. I think they'll make it two in a row but King is not the team to sleep on here.

Pius XI at Racine Park: Pius's lack of depth and size will again be a burden again this year. From what I saw at the Cudahy scrimmage, Park has a sneaky good athlete at RB.

Milwaukee Riverside at Pewaukee: Riverside will be in the mix in the revamped Richardson division but the talent gap between them and Pewaukee is a bit much to overcome here.

Plymouth at New Berlin Eisenhower: The last time IKE played Plymouth at home, Mother Nature decided to be a major factor (~30-45 minute delay) and IKE overcame a 28-7 deficit to tie the game only to see the Panthers score on the next drive. Do I see a solid game out of these two? Yes. IKE pulls away late.

Elkhorn at New Berlin West: West shouldn't have many issues here. Elkhorn is in for more growing pains here.

Oak Creek at Wisconsin Lutheran: WISCO missed the playoffs for the first time since joining the WIAA. That was a shock. They should be very well be in the hunt for a playoff spot this year. This will also be a bit more closer than last year's blowout.

West Allis Central at Kenosha Tremper: WAC lost a bit of talent on a team that wasn't all that good last year. Probably fortunate that they have Pius to play to keep them out of the basement in the West. Tremper has some talent but it'll be rough sledding in the Southeast again.
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Pius XI at Racine Park: Pius's lack of depth and size will again be a burden again this year. From what I saw at the Cudahy scrimmage, Park has a sneaky good athlete at RB.


Was it Ricky Canady? I read he got moved to RB this year to make way for a skilled sophomore at QB.

Also heard Hernandez talked two more basketball players (Carey and Gamble) into coming out for football. Good to see Park getting the talent on the field...now can they do anything with it?
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Don't have time for the large write-ups right now, maybe later tomorrow but wanted to get my pics up. Looks like mister Bustos has resurfaced again an indicator to everyone Greendale will be a force this year.

Thursday, 8/16

Cudahy at Racine St. Catherine's - Cudahy hasn't been good for a long long time.

Union Grove at Greenfield - Greenfield with the talent they had last year embarrassed themselves last year scoring only 2 against Union Grove. They win soundly this year.

Greendale
at Lake Geneva Badger - Word on the street is Greendale is going to Madison. They have real lines this year with a good mix of skilled talent. Badger won't be able to keep up.

Friday, 8/17

Whitnall at Martin Luther - All athletics will have a hangover with the loss of Wonder Boy Tyler Herro. They still get it done here.

Milwaukee Lutheran at Kewaskum - Woody East = Bad

Brown Deer at Sheboygan Falls - Woody East = Bad

Burlington
at South Milwaukee - Woody East = Bad

Milwaukee King
at Shorewood/Messmer - Woody East = Bad

Pius XI at Racine Park -  Southeast against a Woody West

Milwaukee Riverside at Pewaukee - Pewaukee will run it till the cows come home.

Plymouth at New Berlin Eisenhower - Graduation stole some true Greek Gods, but Ike still has enough here.

Elkhorn at New Berlin West - Elkhorn gets taken to the shed.

Oak Creek
at Wisconsin Lutheran - There was a time in history this would have been a great matchup. Tomorrow isn't it.

West Allis Central at Kenosha Tremper - WAC is a mess.                      
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Union Grove 18
Greenfield 12

Sloppy game according to amped. The Hawks got two TDs from the Bartlett-to-Rosario Connection (expect a lot of that this year), but couldn't make it happen down the stretch.

Greendale 28
Lake Geneva Badger 7

Delayed an hour and a half due to storms in southern Wisconsin. Badger scored first in the second quarter after a 99-yard drive. That would be all the Badgers could muster however, as Greendale pulled away late scoring via two long TD passes, a short run, and a pick-6. LGB will be better later, but this is an excellent, tone-setting NC victory for the Panthers.

Racine St. Catherine's 42
Cudahy 0

Da'Shaun Brown and Isaiah Dodd be-bopped and scatted all over the Packers, as somehow the deficit was worse this year.
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Here is my Ike write up for tonight. Another let down for Greenfield.

John Wooden once noted, “ Winning takes talent, to repeat takes character.” It’s true in basketball and it’s true in football as well. For the record, Kern has coached some roundball in his day too at the junior high level. The message: IKE is a program again and expectations are high no matter how much talent walks the halls at IKE. A class for the ages has departed, but there are still players at IKE. This will be a good team come November and they want to be good sooner than later. Kern is in a contract year and a lot of guys would like to be his agent.

 

I can’t get too specific before game 1, but IKE will be green at some positions and like too many teams is already battling some injuries. The success at the lower levels has been consistent in recent years and the winning percentage for the Varsity has climbed to justify that early success. The IKE-Plymouth games have turned into some wild contests and one of those good non conference rivalries. I don’t believe that IKE will make the scoreboard explode early on. I do believe that they will play sound football and improve. IKE’s starters will play more snaps late in games than they did last year. Their schedule is front loaded so answers will come quickly. I think I will be having lunch with Jim Crowley one of these days. We will discuss finances and maybe some pro wrestling.

 

Mark Shields could have 175 tackles this year. Jack Himmelspach, “Spach" uses pepper spray to spice up his steaks. Some big names are off to colleges while some still walk the halls. The model is in place. New Berlin has become more progressive as a whole and at IKE. The pre-game meal will be at the Pick n Save deli as I will be strapped for time and might even finish my food before I get to the cashier. I will pay in full, however. See you tonight.

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Union Grove 18
Greenfield 12

Sloppy game according to amped. The Hawks got two TDs from the Bartlett-to-Rosario Connection (expect a lot of that this year), but couldn't make it happen down the stretch.


Yeah it wasn't pretty offensively from both sides (Greenfield 3 TO's, Union Grove 2 TO's). Penalties were even (I think actually UG had a penalty or two more than GF). GF had a chance to be up at half as they marched down to the Broncos 2 yard line but UG got a sack on the last play of the second half to end the threat. The Hawks also drove down to the Union Grove 38 late in the fourth but Bartlett threw his second INT looking for Rosario and UG burned all the time left save for one last Hail Mary attempt by Greenfield as time expired which the Broncos D harassed Bartlett into throwing a short incomplete pass to end the game.
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Certainly not at the skill positions, but Whitnall's strength in the trenches might be the difference. ML didn't exactly blow some weaker teams off the ball at their scrimmage, but if you can get DC-R to the edge it really doesn't matter.

King did win this matchup during their "beat Falls in L1" year. 😎


Not sure if DC-R just got to the edge a lot, but what an embarrassing showing from Whitnall...losing 49-7 to a Metro Classic team. Woodland-East outscored by the Metro 91-7.

I gotta stop putting stock in what I see at scrimmages. I get burned every year.

Anywho...

Kewaskum 48
Milwaukee Lutheran 30

Another high-scoring tilt as expected. Established program wins...as expected.

New Berlin Eisenhower 29
Plymouth 14

IKE still looking strong.

New Berlin West 13
Elkhorn 6

NBW getting off on the right foot again.

Pewaukee 34
Milwaukee Riverside 31

Riverside got out to a 19-0 lead but the Pirates were able to chip their way back in and scored late to grab the lead. Nice to see Riverside competitive out of conference again.

Racine Park 48
Pius XI 14

Sounds like Park's sophomore QB had a good game running and passing and Park looks to be improving...gonna be a long year for the Popes.

Shorewood/Messmer 14
Milwaukee King 8

Sounds like the co-op's bend-but-don't-break defense won the day here.

Burlington 42
South Milwaukee 13

Things looking really bad for the East.

Kenosha Tremper 42
West Allis Central 13

...and the bottom half of the West.

Oak Creek 31
Wisconsin Lutheran 13

Reports seems to say WISCO hung with OC a lot better this time around, but still too much athleticism for WISCO to handle.

Sheboygan Falls 20
Brown Deer 0

Falcons kept it close again, but just don't have any horses to bring the bacon home.
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