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Yes the playoffs are still going (obviously) Riverside I hope you win Saturday, but looking to next season, where do you see the teams finishing in the Richardson Division? Here is my very pre-pre season take

1. Bay View - Lenier Johnson returns for his senior campaign, along with Mckinnley Mann and a host of others. Bay View should be much better than their 4-6 effort.
2. Hamilton - 27 juniors return off a 5-5 (non-playoff team-that hammered East Troy 34-7 in game 10)team. Throw in 6 sophomores that got significant playing time and the additon of Desmin Ward and the Wildcats may start thinking of snapping the 25 year jinx(1982) on conference titles.
3. Bradley Tech- Hard to swallow, but Tech still keeps going. Lemmer will be a senior and was very good as a junior. Tech has always had decent numbers and realisticly can contend for the title outright.
4. Riverside - No , they are not a one year deal. True, they lose alot of senior leadership-specifically in Martin and Schwabe, but have Covington coming back and arguably the best coaching staff in conference.
5. Vincent - Beckom is gone as well as a couple other key players. The key will be discipline and the ability to coach the obvious raw talent that is at Vincent year in and year out. My guess is that discipline becomes an issue.
6. Pulaski - Their best chance for playoffs was 2006. One of the largest schools in the state, plenty of talent to choose from. How will the off-season go? That will be the key that indicates if they will remain near the bottom.
7. Washington- Potential talent is there. Will they be disciplined? Will they have the numbers?

Post your thoughts and provide some reasons for them.
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Great season in the city this year. Some upsets and some very good football played week in a week out. Looking to next season we think that we will be in a very good position to make a run at it:
OFFENSIVELY-Returns Johnson*(sr), Wynn*(jr), Mann*(jr), Sutton(jr), And Howard(so) in the backfield to carry the ball, Keene*(sr), Sallis*(jr), and Davidson*(sr) to all get time at QB, and Banks*(jr), Bailey*(jr), Dye(jr) all get a chance to catch a few passes, and get good at blocking. Williams*(jr),Lieser*(sr),Pinnock(jr),Davis(jr),Bell*(so) and Hilliard(jr) will try and make it a great year for the BV running game.............DEFENSIVELY-Robinson(sr),Alexander(sr),Johnson/mississippi(sr), and Limmit*(sr) as well as Mann*(jr) will play LB, Jenkins*(jr), McCord*(so), and Watson(jr) will hold it down up front, while Williams*(sr), Shaw(jr), Jordan*(sr), and Wynn*,Davidson,Banks*,and Sallis will all get time at DB.
*Started at least (3) games at there position
I look for Hamilton, and Tech to be the teams to beat, with Riverside, and Pulaski to compete very well.
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Yes the playoffs are still going (obviously) Riverside I hope you win Saturday, but looking to next season, where do you see the teams finishing in the Richardson Division? Here is my very pre-pre season take

1. Bay View - Lenier Johnson returns for his senior campaign, along with Mckinnley Mann and a host of others. Bay View should be much better than their 4-6 effort.
2. Hamilton - 27 juniors return off a 5-5 (non-playoff team-that hammered East Troy 34-7 in game 10)team. Throw in 6 sophomores that got significant playing time and the additon of Desmin Ward and the Wildcats may start thinking of snapping the 25 year jinx(1982) on conference titles.
3. Bradley Tech- Hard to swallow, but Tech still keeps going. Lemmer will be a senior and was very good as a junior. Tech has always had decent numbers and realisticly can contend for the title outright.
4. Riverside - No , they are not a one year deal. True, they lose alot of senior leadership-specifically in Martin and Schwabe, but have Covington coming back and arguably the best coaching staff in conference.
5. Vincent - Beckom is gone as well as a couple other key players. The key will be discipline and the ability to coach the obvious raw talent that is at Vincent year in and year out. My guess is that discipline becomes an issue.
6. Pulaski - Their best chance for playoffs was 2006. One of the largest schools in the state, plenty of talent to choose from. How will the off-season go? That will be the key that indicates if they will remain near the bottom.
7. Washington- Potential talent is there. Will they be disciplined? Will they have the numbers?

Post your thoughts and provide some reasons for them.


Switch Riverside and Tech and I agree with your picks.
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2006 All Conference Selections

Milwaukee City Conference-Richardson Division[/align]Offense
[/u]
Quarterback
Zach Schwabe Riverside 1st Team
Jeff Lemmer Bradley Tech 2nd Team
Jeremy Staring Hamilton Honorable Mention

Running Back
Keith Ingram Riverside 1st Team
Leiner Johnson Bay View 1st Team
Marquise Evans Vincent 1st Team
Domonique Boswell Bradley Tech 2nd Team
Jessy Lydell Riverside 2nd Team
Joseph Davis Washington 2nd Team
Terry Davis Washington Honorable Mention
Curtis Gibson Washington Honorable Mention

Fullback
Albojay Deacon Riverside 1st Team
McKinley Mann Bay View 2nd Team
Tyler Mitchell Hamilton Honorable Mention
John Polk Vincent Honorable Mention

Tight End
Erik Berg Pulaski 1st Team
Rakim Means Washington 2nd Team
Rick Peterson Bay View Honorable Mention
Jeff Thome Bradley Tech Honorable Mention

Wide Receiver
Tristan White Riverside 1st Team
Michael Beckom Vincent 1st Team
Chis McHenry Bradley Tech 2nd Team
Deandre Summer Bradley Tech 2nd Team
Gary Kuehl Hamilton Honorable Mention
Jermel Tatum Washington Honorable Mention

Center
James Hardin Bay View 1st Team
Chad Maier Bradley Tech 2nd Team
Mike Perry Riverside 2nd Team
Johnnie Mielcarek Hamilton Honorable Mention
Scott Wright Pulaski Honorable Mention









2006 All Conference Selections

Milwaukee City Conference-Richardson Division[/align]Offense-Continued

[u]Tackle

Tim Lieser Bay View 1st Team
Cameron Schell Riverside 1st Team
Darryl Dunson Vincent 2nd Team
Avery Young Washington 2nd Team
Marquis Boyd Washington Honorable Mention
Jeremy Nieves Riverside Honorable Mention

Guard
Brandon Brooks Riverside 1st Team
Dominic Ramirez Bay View 1st Team
Derrell Lockhart Pulaski 2nd Team
Dan Maldonado Riverside 2nd Team
John Tomczak Hamilton Honorable Mention
Nick Gallert Bay View Honorable Mention
Robert Gray Bradley Tech Honorable Mention
Wesley Hicks Vincent Honorable Mention
Greg Walker Vincent Honorable Mention
Nick Hill Washington Honorable Mention

Special Teams

Kicker
Srboljub Vujanic Hamilton 1st Team
Cha Moua Riverside 2nd Team
Steve Bolander Bradley Tech Honorable Mention

Punter
Srboljub Vujanic Hamilton 1st Team
Steve Bolander Bradley Tech 2nd Team
Fong Xiong Riverside Honorable Mention
John Polk Vincent Honorable Mention

Return Specialist
Chris McHenry Bradley Tech 1st Team
Curtis Gibson Washington 1st Team
Jesse Woods Hamilton 2nd Team
Terry Davis Washington Honorable Mention

Utility
Shane Covington Riverside 1st Team
Curtis Gibson Washington 2nd Team
Kyle Wagner Hamilton Honorable Mention

Defensive Player of the Year Mark Martin, Riverside
Offensive Player of the Year Zach Shwabe, Riverside
Coach of the Year Patrick Wagner, Riverside
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