The Goose_old
Should be a great game. Sounds like the conditions could be a little muddy and cold come Friday. I doubt that will have a major impact on either team tho.
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FHS5479_old
I"ll say Plum City 35-28. Probably one of the top games the area will have this season.
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dfnewburry
Plum City in a rout .








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sportsfan12
starcade wrote:


Plum City, even now, has always had trouble with talent. This Elmwood team has a lot of talent on the offensive side of the ball (Pax, Tolonen, and others). I do think they'll get 35 on a Plum City defense which has not, in any way, really been tested. (And, with the exception of last week, hasn't really been as dominant, even against the lesser sides, as in years past.)

The key to this game is going to be whether Tolonen and the passing game of Elmwood can tip the balance toward them in a game where there will be a lot of yards (and points!) on the ground.

Plum City has also been prone to turnovers against teams with decent talent. They need to treat this as a Level 0 playoff game -- they aren't eliminated if they lose, but, if they lose, it's a large step backwards for a team that some believe has a shot at Madison.

If Plum City wins, it'll be a running shootout, and PC will get 40 at least. But a couple of key turnovers plus getting Plum City out of their offense by Elmwood and Tolonen putting it up enough to keep things honest:

Go with the upset. Go with the home team. And let the Blue Devils prove me wrong if they don't like it. Elmwood 35 - Plum City 21.


Shot at Madison!!!
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sportsfan12
Well, half the battle to madison depends on how favorable the brackets are for you. Let's see how they pan out.
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dfnewburry
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tercel
This game was like a good heavyweight fight, with PC being the defending champ and the odds-on favorite, and Elmwood the undersized challenger. After a shaky start, the Blue Devils controlled things, but despite landing most of the big blows, they could not put Elmwood away until their final drive, when starting from PC's 47, Elmwood was sacked three consecutive times and had to punt with 4th and 20 in the last 1:30 of the game. Steve Pax was a question mark prior to kickoff with a deep thigh bruise, but played both ways, coming out only on punts and kicks. Elmwood passed very little in an attempt to shorten the game, keep it close, and snatch victory at the end. A key play came late in the fourth quarter when Elmwood called a perfectly timed screen pass. Only one white shirt stood between the ball carrier and the goal line but a key block on PC's DE was missed.
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