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Postby silentbob » September 11th, 2018, 1:54 pm

The conference has kind of been wide open thus far, but I think after 3 weeks of play we are getting a better idea now. 

1)  Richland-(10-0)    team to beat IMO.  I think they can go unbeaten.  
2)  Westmont-  (8-2)  got upset by Bedford, they are rolling now, interesting game this week with CR.
3)  CR  (8-2)  beat FH soundly untested otherwise.  Tough game for them this week with Westy.
4)  FH-  (7-3)  currently 1-2, but only have Westy left that can test them IMO.  
5)  Bedford  (7-3)  caught Westy sleeping, but better than people predicted.  
6)  BG  (6-4)  obviously I feel they are vulnerable.  I think they will lose to the top 4.  
7)  PC  (4-6)  they are 3-0 but I think they have had easiest schedule so far. 
8)  Somerset  (4-6)  just doesn't seem to have their normal stable of athletes.
9)  BM  (3-7)  They have some players but are beat up and need a direction.  
10)  CH  (2-8)  Heights back to being heights
11)  CC  (1-9)  I expected them to be middle of the pack by this year...  maybe next year.  
12)  J-town  (0-10)  I don't know how, but don't see them winning.  not sure what is going on with the Trojans...



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Re: LHAC

Postby CCDevil2012 » September 11th, 2018, 2:59 pm

Johnstown's season will depend on Barber's return, without him they have little offense 

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Re: LHAC

Postby CoffinCorner » September 12th, 2018, 9:08 am

Westmont lost to Bedford, beat a bottom end Central Cambria team it seems like you're putting a lot of weight on them beating a bishop Guilfoyle team we're not sure how good they are. the game this week against Chestnut Ridge should give us a better feel for both of those teams

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Re: LHAC

Postby silentbob » September 12th, 2018, 9:29 am

Hey,
I agree I am in on Westmont..  They have tons of guys back and I think they won 7 games last year?  Beat Bellwood..  Their style of play makes them really tough to play, they grind and grind...  CR could definitely beat them but you have to play a clean game they limit offense so much for their opponents.  

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Re: LHAC

Postby Manfred » September 12th, 2018, 10:14 am

Bedford showed how you beat Westy, control the ball yourself for most of a quarter. Bedford got lucky in getting the ball back with a Westy (rare) turnover, and then cashed it in for the winning points.
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Re: LHAC

Postby CoffinCorner » September 12th, 2018, 3:56 pm

The limitations of Westmont offense though are that it does not do well when you get down.  In a close game or when they are up it is fine , but if CR or anyone else gets a lead, that's trouble.
Plus every coach I have talked to about the double wing stresses the importance of defensive players doing there specific job, you have to stay the course especially at the edge.  Shoemaker is a details guy and will be well prepared defensively.  Should be great game
Wesmont vs Penn Cambria should also be a big game as well


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