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Make that TWO gifts. Bellarmine just gave them last season's title.
Thank God SI lost. Three losing seasons , one title and one gift. Thank you Mariners!
@ Reader... you mean ONE snoozefest vs SH, ONE fluke vs Bellarmine because their coach had a brainfart by not kicking a 20 yard field goal to win, and this year ONE joke because D3 is Joke title.
You mean two straight and one fluke.
D3 CCS football title is comparable to candy. Its full of fake sugar and empty calories. The previous two titles were legit. Although last years was a joke because Mike Janda forgot how to be a good coach and kick a FG to win the game.
WCAL teams are not from a small district, they get there players from all over so it's no big surprise there better they have a much bigger pool to choose from.
They played a Burlingame team that is made up of players that leave in town, much smaller pool to choose from. WCAL teams that are not good enough to play in there on league shouldn't be allowed to go down to and play public schools, where they have rules and restriction as to where kids that attend that school can come from.
So now you have a a team that will be 5-8 league champions if they win next week. Doesn't sound like a record of a champion. Burlingame played teams all season that have the same rules as them and beat them all 10-0 that's the record of a champion.
Congrats, SI. This shows the strength of the SI team and the league that it plays in. The WCAL is hands down the toughest league in Northern California for any sport, and it well prepares its athletes for the rigors of winning and losing. I will say throw in even SHC and Riordan which is on the botton of the WCAL because they will beat some of the best teams in CCS every year as well.
Best of luck to Coach Jim Tracy and the UHS girls.
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This D-III division is about as week as it gets.
I would add Logan White to the list. He is a good quarterback, but he needs better protection and receivers. All season long, size was definitely a factor. They'd play well at first and then just get worn down. The Riordan game was one bad call by the coach and one interference call (no flag) that would have resulted in an Irish victory.
With the 7-3 junior varsity moving up, expect a little more size and some good players coming up. Ronan Murphy is a good running back and he'll complement Jamar Williams-Sheppard very well next season as they'll have a full year of learning Ken Peralta's single-wing system that he's had running on all levels. The JV's beat Riordan 40-7, shutout SI 28-0 and Serra 40-0. They had a 1-point loss to St. Francis and the only big losses were to Valley Christian and Bellarmine, so I think they'll be much better next season.
@IC. I havent been to a game since the CCS Div 3 championship game so I really dont know the makeup of the team, but I know you've seen them alot more IC, was this year a wash with the only Rasso and Sheppard as his only studs? The team was absolutely slaughtered during league play. I can only assume the OL/DL were just too small this year. Do you see any JV players making any improvement to next years team?
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