Playoff basketball scores 2-19 to 2-24.

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Re: Playoff basketball scores 2-19 to 2-24.

Postby Icoach » February 25th, 2018, 1:27 pm

Sidmanishome wrote:In BG’s defense, they played with “no returning letter winners, no returning starters and coach Mo’s been dealing with chronic back pain for years now .

In BG's defense...this is laughable!  So sorry Coach Mo didn't have a dad out sweeping the altoona area trying to get the best girls to enroll into BG.. So sorry that the turmoil that created at BG was because of shady business and unfair advantages...I don't feel bad for BG.  Welcome to a level playing ground!  BG lost to a public school that put the time, sweat, and dedication to build a team that is completely homegrown not hand picked by a Dad that Coach Mo "may" or "may not" (lol).  Coach Mo hope your back feels better, but didn't seem to be an issue when he was winning.  Also notice how his quotes in the Mirror this year falls back on the girls not being letter winners or not having starters!  That is because his recruits graduated and players left under turmoil times.  Now what?  He got his monumental win!



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Re: Playoff basketball scores 2-19 to 2-24.

Postby CCDevil2012 » February 25th, 2018, 9:30 pm

Icoach wrote:
Sidmanishome wrote:In BG’s defense, they played with “no returning letter winners, no returning starters and coach Mo’s been dealing with chronic back pain for years now .

In BG's defense...this is laughable!  So sorry Coach Mo didn't have a dad out sweeping the altoona area trying to get the best girls to enroll into BG.. So sorry that the turmoil that created at BG was because of shady business and unfair advantages...I don't feel bad for BG.  Welcome to a level playing ground!  BG lost to a public school that put the time, sweat, and dedication to build a team that is completely homegrown not hand picked by a Dad that Coach Mo "may" or "may not" (lol).  Coach Mo hope your back feels better, but didn't seem to be an issue when he was winning.  Also notice how his quotes in the Mirror this year falls back on the girls not being letter winners or not having starters!  That is because his recruits graduated and players left under turmoil times.  Now what?  He got his monumental win!

I believe Sidmanishome was being sarcastic in their post. So if you hurry up, we'll all look away while you climb down off your horse that is higher up than all of our horses

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Re: Playoff basketball scores 2-19 to 2-24.

Postby Icoach » February 26th, 2018, 8:05 am

CCDevil2012 wrote:
Icoach wrote:
Sidmanishome wrote:In BG’s defense, they played with “no returning letter winners, no returning starters and coach Mo’s been dealing with chronic back pain for years now .

In BG's defense...this is laughable!  So sorry Coach Mo didn't have a dad out sweeping the altoona area trying to get the best girls to enroll into BG.. So sorry that the turmoil that created at BG was because of shady business and unfair advantages...I don't feel bad for BG.  Welcome to a level playing ground!  BG lost to a public school that put the time, sweat, and dedication to build a team that is completely homegrown not hand picked by a Dad that Coach Mo "may" or "may not" (lol).  Coach Mo hope your back feels better, but didn't seem to be an issue when he was winning.  Also notice how his quotes in the Mirror this year falls back on the girls not being letter winners or not having starters!  That is because his recruits graduated and players left under turmoil times.  Now what?  He got his monumental win!

I believe Sidmanishome was being sarcastic in their post. So if you hurry up, we'll all look away while you climb down off your horse that is higher up than all of our horses

I hope it was sarcasm....if so hopping off the horse. Frustration sets in every year around this time...debating the recruiting and move ins.  It is just getting worse.  I see posts on here about JV with their lineup.  It is sad that the PIAA, schools, coaches and parents allow it to progressively get worse.  It is a loophole society.  

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Re: Playoff basketball scores 2-19 to 2-24.

Postby D6basketballfan » February 26th, 2018, 11:24 am

Didn't see it mentioned anywhere, but Hollidaysburg boys also won on Saturday 62-55 against Central Mountain to move on the state playoffs.

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Re: Playoff basketball scores 2-19 to 2-24.

Postby Joe Bivitz » February 26th, 2018, 4:19 pm

Congrats to H-burg. They didn't even have to win a game to get to the championship. Then beat a 12-11 team that they already beat twice. H-burg girls also won a district title, I believe with a losing record. I can see more teams taking a page out of the Portage girls move up to 5A to play for a district title every year

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Re: Playoff basketball scores 2-19 to 2-24.

Postby Manfred » February 26th, 2018, 5:13 pm

FH Lady Rangers in the same boat. 1st round bye, then play tomorrow night against a team that beat another team with a worse record. Total of 3 teams in the bracket.
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Re: Playoff basketball scores 2-19 to 2-24.

Postby SwaggyJ23 » February 26th, 2018, 7:26 pm

Manfred wrote:FH Lady Rangers in the same boat.  1st round bye, then play tomorrow night against a team that beat another team with a worse record.  Total of 3 teams in the bracket.

Just another problem with the 6 qualifications in my opinion. 


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