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Top Players in Woodland for next year?
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Woodland1909_old
Nick Matareese RB - Didnt play because of an injury but a total beast, be afraid, be very afraid, 5'2 200lbs all muscle, watch him rip up the Woodland, Barry B look out brah

Erick Moreland OL/DL 6'4 280 Will plug up the line on D and create some huge holes for Matareese. He transfered last year so he couldn't play. Watch him to be player of the year along with Matareese.
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nuclearmeltdown
Ian McKechnie - ATH - Should be one of the most electric players in the conference and can score in a number of ways. Had 12 total TD last season (2 rush, 7rec, 3 return). He also can be a lock down defensive back.

Tyler Faber - RB/CB - Lead Ike in rushing last yr averaging 8.1 ypc along with 13 total tds (11rush, 2 rec). I dont expect Faber to have the 8.1ypc this upcoming season but expect him to once again be a workhorse in the backfield.

Brian York - QB - Played well filling in for Koshak numerous times throughout this past season throwing for 500+ yards with 8tds and 1int. I know he can be a leader but it will be interesting to see how York and the passing game comes together w/o Selvick.

Eddie Dobernig and Zach Tranchita will be playmakers for Ike on defense.


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HawkFtball22_old

the sophmore RB Jason Katrichis for Greenfield will be a top player in the woodland next year. He can do it all. He can run up the middle, take it to the outside and can catch the ball out of the backfield. Need to work on blocking when he doesnt get the ball but is a soild player. In only six game on var he rushed for 935 with 8 TDs.
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realitycheck
You know I hear stories like this all the time but unfortunatly if you don't have boys up front blocking, he isn't going any where.

One quarterback that was very impressive was that Bacon (sp) kid from Brown Deer. I thought he did a real good job all year. I think he maybe one of the better quarterbacks if not the best this coming season.

It will also be very interesting to see what the power houses bring back. Both Ike and G'dale dumped their guts last season so we will see if they can replace the talent they lost.

I think between the two, G'dale took the biggest hit losing the heart of their receiving corp and their very talented quarterback. The only good thing is that they are bringing back just about their whole defense which is what you need to win championships.

Ike will be the opposite. They are bring back more of their key offensive people but their defense took a pretty good hit. As for the rest of the teams, they have a lot to prove. Whitnall showed signs of life so it will be interesting to see if they can keep it going. Their lower level teams did a pretty nice job last year.

Greenfield needs a major attitude adjustment to turn their program around. It will take a major effort to do that for they have been struggling for quite a while now.

Cudahy has HUGE problems. What ever happened to them? They used to always be a force. There is another program that needs an attitude adjustment.

NB West seems to hold their own every year so we'll see what they have to offer.

Tosa had major problems. Hopefully the newer coaching staff can right the ship. If I were them, I would think about changing their offense. An option offense is only as good as your quarterback and your running backs. If they are just average, it isn't going to work.

St. Thomas More is just a victim of numbers. They would have to get really lucky in hooking up with a solid bunch of talent with the numbers they have.

St Francis is always tough. Every year they have nice size and will punch you in the mouth. Their biggest probem every year is depth.

In the end, I think it will be the same teams battling it out. Greendale and Ike. If I was a betting man, I would have to lean towards G'dale only becasue of their past history and that stinking spread offense they run. Their coaches seem to have that down to a fine art year after year.

Of course anything can change. "That's why they play the game!"
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realitycheck
sffooball09 wrote:


reality check wrote:

St Francis is always tough. Every year they have nice size and will punch you in the mouth. Their biggest probem every year is depth.


When did St. Francis have a depth issue? The only time i can remember is when they would have suffered was if James Thomas would have been hurt back in '07.


Well it seems that you and Coach Sarver have a difference of opinion then.

Hummm... now I don't know if I should believe you or him.

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hoopsaddict
reality check wrote:


You know I hear stories like this all the time but unfortunatly if you don't have boys up front blocking, he isn't going any where.

One quarterback that was very impressive was that Bacon (sp) kid from Brown Deer. I thought he did a real good job all year. I think he maybe one of the better quarterbacks if not the best this coming season.

It will also be very interesting to see what the power houses bring back. Both Ike and G'dale dumped their guts last season so we will see if they can replace the talent they lost.

I think between the two, G'dale took the biggest hit losing the heart of their receiving corp and their very talented quarterback. The only good thing is that they are bringing back just about their whole defense which is what you need to win championships.

Ike will be the opposite. They are bring back more of their key offensive people but their defense took a pretty good hit. As for the rest of the teams, they have a lot to prove. Whitnall showed signs of life so it will be interesting to see if they can keep it going. Their lower level teams did a pretty nice job last year.

Greenfield needs a major attitude adjustment to turn their program around. It will take a major effort to do that for they have been struggling for quite a while now.

Cudahy has HUGE problems. What ever happened to them? They used to always be a force. There is another program that needs an attitude adjustment.

NB West seems to hold their own every year so we'll see what they have to offer.

Tosa had major problems. Hopefully the newer coaching staff can right the ship. If I were them, I would think about changing their offense. An option offense is only as good as your quarterback and your running backs. If they are just average, it isn't going to work.

St. Thomas More is just a victim of numbers. They would have to get really lucky in hooking up with a solid bunch of talent with the numbers they have.

St Francis is always tough. Every year they have nice size and will punch you in the mouth. Their biggest probem every year is depth.

In the end, I think it will be the same teams battling it out. Greendale and Ike. If I was a betting man, I would have to lean towards G'dale only becasue of their past history and that stinking spread offense they run. Their coaches seem to have that down to a fine art year after year.

Of course anything can change. "That's why they play the game!"


Pewaukee's Quarterback was Patrick Bacon, who will be a senior next year. I can't remember Brown Deers QB's name but I don't think it was Bacon. So not sure if your talking about Bacon from Pewaukee or the QB from Brown Deer.
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nuclearmeltdown
Brown Deers QB was Max Grafwallner and he was a senior this past year.

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realitycheck
hoopsaddict wrote:


reality check wrote:


You know I hear stories like this all the time but unfortunatly if you don't have boys up front blocking, he isn't going any where.

One quarterback that was very impressive was that Bacon (sp) kid from Brown Deer. I thought he did a real good job all year. I think he maybe one of the better quarterbacks if not the best this coming season.

It will also be very interesting to see what the power houses bring back. Both Ike and G'dale dumped their guts last season so we will see if they can replace the talent they lost.

I think between the two, G'dale took the biggest hit losing the heart of their receiving corp and their very talented quarterback. The only good thing is that they are bringing back just about their whole defense which is what you need to win championships.

Ike will be the opposite. They are bring back more of their key offensive people but their defense took a pretty good hit. As for the rest of the teams, they have a lot to prove. Whitnall showed signs of life so it will be interesting to see if they can keep it going. Their lower level teams did a pretty nice job last year.

Greenfield needs a major attitude adjustment to turn their program around. It will take a major effort to do that for they have been struggling for quite a while now.

Cudahy has HUGE problems. What ever happened to them? They used to always be a force. There is another program that needs an attitude adjustment.

NB West seems to hold their own every year so we'll see what they have to offer.

Tosa had major problems. Hopefully the newer coaching staff can right the ship. If I were them, I would think about changing their offense. An option offense is only as good as your quarterback and your running backs. If they are just average, it isn't going to work.

St. Thomas More is just a victim of numbers. They would have to get really lucky in hooking up with a solid bunch of talent with the numbers they have.

St Francis is always tough. Every year they have nice size and will punch you in the mouth. Their biggest probem every year is depth.

In the end, I think it will be the same teams battling it out. Greendale and Ike. If I was a betting man, I would have to lean towards G'dale only becasue of their past history and that stinking spread offense they run. Their coaches seem to have that down to a fine art year after year.

Of course anything can change. "That's why they play the game!"


Pewaukee's Quarterback was Patrick Bacon, who will be a senior next year. I can't remember Brown Deers QB's name but I don't think it was Bacon. So not sure if your talking about Bacon from Pewaukee or the QB from Brown Deer.


Jesus! Punch me in the balls and poor me a milkshake!

My bad!

I meant Pewaukee's quarterback. I saw him on TV when he played Ike and in person when he played G'dale in the playoffs. I thought he looked cool calm and collect when dropping back to pass and he was stick'n his receivers.

Sorry about that!
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HawkFtball22_old
i agree with u on that in order for jason to do what he do best he will have to have good blockers. Now if you seen him play this year sometimes our line didn't have the best blocking and he still made something out of nothing. On the attitude adjustment you think we need i think we fixed that this year. For years greenfield football player had it stuck in their head that all we could do is lose. After this season we showed other team that we have change and we can only get better by the way we played.?
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SportsFreak08_old
Partial answer to the Greendale question:

WR/QB/DB Cordney Wren will be outstanding, I wonder which spot he'll play on offense. ?He looked decent at QB in the Ike game I saw.?
Andrew Brees is another stud athlete at WR and I would guess he plays some defense as well.

OL/DL Jordan Campbell will be an impact player on the lines.

They have more defensive players back as well but I don't know anything about them.

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antigravity
Who will Greendale's studs be in 2009?
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antigravity
I remember Cordney Wren playing QB in the Ike game last season. He looks like he's a pretty decent athlete. Greendale could probably use him in a variety of ways.

I thought Andrew Brees played some QB also?
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karhawk8608_old
Seen as though no one has brought up whitnall, i think i will.

Joel stave will be a junior next year, and he has got a great arm. He is not as fast and quick as bennet kaye, but you will see him produce through the air.

Sean Graham will be a great player this year as well. He sat out half of last year with a suspension. But over the winter he joined powerlifting and took 5th in state. He is a lot bigger, stronger, faster, and more competive than ever.

Nathan marshall(junior) and Scott erickson(Senior) will be huge on both sides of the line. Marshall also was in powerlifting, he actually won state and nationals, and broke 3 american records. Now that is a boy you wanna watch out for.

One last person would be Dustin devine at safety. He will do something special this year.
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karhawk8608_old
Plus whitnall has a weak ass schedule. The two games to watch out for are greendale and ike. Thats it. Other than that i think they could legitametly go 8-2.
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