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Week 2
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« on: Tue, 12-Sep-17 @ 11:11:25AM »
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1) Bev Facey vs Ross Shep: BF gets Ross Shep at the perfect time. Major injury to starting QB, two way playing many athletes. BF get the next 2-3 weeks off playing very subpar teams in Shep, Spruce and wildcard Sal. If Facey wants to be a contender going forward they need to walk through the next few weeks injury free. Ross Shep is the same old Ross Shep. No contest in this one BF by 21

2) Harry Ainley vs Spruce Grove: HA has an easy week before a tough Bellerose match up next week. Many questions about the grade 10 QB before September but the kid has answered against Saskatchewan High school going 27-30 and another solid outing this past weekend against JP. HA's run defense will hold down any run game Spruce throws at them. Spruce great start last week but will not  be competitive with a short bench. HA by 30

3) Bellerose vs Sal: Bellerose is easily top 3 in the north and have athletes everywhere on the field. QB is a threat in the air and on the ground. Bellerose will need to control the lines to easily walkaway with a victory. Sal first win in a year and by the score looked offensively challenged doing so. Sal will need another defensive game this week and all season if they wish to be in football games. By the comments last week this is a team with issues offensively. Bellerose by 14

4) Jasper Place vs AOB: JP has made progress and started off the season with the toughest opponent. Even though the score was wide spread it has more to do with HA than JP. This is a key game for each team as whoever wins will have the tie breaker for the final playoff spot late in the season. AOB again proved their complete refusal to pass the ball last week. A hard fought loss but no points for showing well. Best game of the week toss up. AOB by 4
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« Reply #1 on: Tue, 12-Sep-17 @ 12:12:51PM »
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You are obviously a Facey fan.....have you been watching a different Facey team then the rest of us?Huh They just got beat by a tier 2 team and then were unable to score even one touchdown against AOB last week and now you have them down as essentially having the next few games as a bye?Huh Interesting logic.
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« Reply #2 on: Tue, 12-Sep-17 @ 12:52:41PM »
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1- BF at RS - Barber threw 3 picks against Sal, but that has more to do with his receivers. If they can get in sync, they can put up points. Neither team scored a TD last week, but Facey had a stiffer opponent. Given that I'll take Facey by 10.

2 - SG at Ainlay - HA destroyed JP and this will be no different. SG has heart, but that won't be nearly enough. Clock runs for the second half. HA by 35.

3 - BR at Sal - Sal looks better and will continue to improve, but BR is a tough team who didn't meet expectations last week in the win against SG. BR takes this by 17.

4 - AOB at JP - AOB held the champs to 9 points. JP was a tiny blip on HA's radar last week. This could be the game of the week, but I don't think it will match the hype as AOB rolls over JP by 21.
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« Reply #3 on: Tue, 12-Sep-17 @ 01:11:41PM »
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Shep/Facey - Shep Wins!! Shep Wins!!

HA/SG - Ainlay by 7

BR/SB - BR by 3

JP/AB  JP by 10.

GO SHEP GO
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Better QB
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« Reply #4 on: Tue, 12-Sep-17 @ 11:41:12PM »
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1- BF at RS - Barber threw 3 picks against Sal, but that has more to do with his receivers. If they can get in sync, they can put up points. Neither team scored a TD last week, but Facey had a stiffer opponent. Given that I'll take Facey by 10.

2 - SG at Ainlay - HA destroyed JP and this will be no different. SG has heart, but that won't be nearly enough. Clock runs for the second half. HA by 35.

3 - BR at Sal - Sal looks better and will continue to improve, but BR is a tough team who didn't meet expectations last week in the win against SG. BR takes this by 17.

4 - AOB at JP - AOB held the champs to 9 points. JP was a tiny blip on HA's radar last week. This could be the game of the week, but I don't think it will match the hype as AOB rolls over JP by 21.

Where is the QBfrom St Albert who led the SP rams to the bantam provi title last year? He was wearing Sal gear all winter and at bantam bowl and U16. Sabres could use a serious upgrade at the QB position this year and that kid would give them a real offensive threat that they sorely lack right now. Weird that he has a Sal helmet at Bantam bowl but now nowhere to be found on their roster anyone know where he is playing?
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« Reply #5 on: Wed, 13-Sep-17 @ 09:04:16AM »
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He is at St.Albert and is not a div 1 high school QB. Just because you
can play a position at Batamn level doesn't mean you can in high school. SAL has an awesome QB, that is not their issue on offense.
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St.Albert Qb
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« Reply #6 on: Wed, 13-Sep-17 @ 09:40:19AM »
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St. Albert Qb is playing at Sachs. Apparently his parents could not make the commute to the Sal  this year.
not sure what the population of his school has anything to do with the type of player he is though.
If he was still at Sal, great chance he would be starting against Bellrose this week to help boost a very dated and stale offence out here.
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« Reply #7 on: Wed, 13-Sep-17 @ 10:07:27AM »
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He is at St.Albert and is not a div 1 high school QB. Just because you
can play a position at Batamn level doesn't mean you can in high school. SAL has an awesome QB, that is not their issue on offense.

St Albert QB is much much better than Sabres starting QB. Better arm better mobility better field vision strongly disagree wth your statement Sabres O problems most definitely start at QB which was evident to anyone watching the game last Friday.

Good for Skyhawks keeping a local player local for this season.
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Ummm no
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« Reply #8 on: Wed, 13-Sep-17 @ 11:09:08AM »
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Ummm no, it wasn't obvious to anyone. SAL has a very talented QB, he is not this issue.
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« Reply #9 on: Wed, 13-Sep-17 @ 08:41:28PM »
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Harry Ainlay @ Spruce Grove: Deepest roster vs probably the thinnest in the Carr? How long can the panthers put up a good fight? Last week showed a spark but I think the general consensus is that Ainlay will stop whatever they try and beat them early. Ainlay by 14

Ross Sheppard @ Bev Facey: For once Shep actually shows promise. They almost have everything (other than consistentcy) and if they can find that they will definitely be able to compete. Facey was lacklustre last week. Practically no offensive production with special team gains and AOB's lack of passing in their playbook being the only reason they won. If the falcons don't step up they're gonna get stomped down the road. Still, Facey by 14

AOB @ Jasper Place: Well, GOTW? Are the Rebels gonna dust themselves off and reedeem themselves after getting a beat down last week? They definitely have talent on the offensive side of the ball though will it be limited by their smaller playbook? As for AOB, this is their week to prove themselves in the Carr. Holding the champs to 9 points regardless of them missing a star in Chuba is still big. If their defence can shine and keep improving week to week along with more offensive production this team could be a darkhorse. AOB by 6

Bellerose @ Salisbury: Well, this game is gonna be pretty good too. Belle is proving themselves as a serious contender this year with the production from last week. Sal looked good and showed promise but can they learn from their mistakes? Potential close game but Bellerose by 3.
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« Reply #10 on: Fri, 15-Sep-17 @ 12:05:47PM »
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why all the talk about Miles and any other team but HA. Everyone should only talk when it is your turn, how the Titans just gave us a beat down.

Be quiet. Unless you want to talk about the greatest team in quite awhile in edmonton

No peace out
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« Reply #11 on: Fri, 15-Sep-17 @ 06:22:14PM »
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AOB 49 JP 28
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Carr Scores
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« Reply #12 on: Fri, 15-Sep-17 @ 09:20:37PM »
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Final:
AOB (49) - Jasper Place (28)
Bellerose (43) - Salisbury (21)
Spruce Grove (7) - Harry Ainlay (53)

Any update on Facey and Shep?
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« Reply #13 on: Sat, 16-Sep-17 @ 01:00:39AM »
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Facey 37 Shep 16
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Predictions pretty good
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« Reply #14 on: Sat, 16-Sep-17 @ 02:29:17PM »
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Harry Ainlay @ Spruce Grove: Deepest roster vs probably the thinnest in the Carr? How long can the panthers put up a good fight? Last week showed a spark but I think the general consensus is that Ainlay will stop whatever they try and beat them early. Ainlay by 14

Ross Sheppard @ Bev Facey: For once Shep actually shows promise. They almost have everything (other than consistentcy) and if they can find that they will definitely be able to compete. Facey was lacklustre last week. Practically no offensive production with special team gains and AOB's lack of passing in their playbook being the only reason they won. If the falcons don't step up they're gonna get stomped down the road. Still, Facey by 14

AOB @ Jasper Place: Well, GOTW? Are the Rebels gonna dust themselves off and reedeem themselves after getting a beat down last week? They definitely have talent on the offensive side of the ball though will it be limited by their smaller playbook? As for AOB, this is their week to prove themselves in the Carr. Holding the champs to 9 points regardless of them missing a star in Chuba is still big. If their defence can shine and keep improving week to week along with more offensive production this team could be a darkhorse. AOB by 6

Bellerose @ Salisbury: Well, this game is gonna be pretty good too. Belle is proving themselves as a serious contender this year with the production from last week. Sal looked good and showed promise but can they learn from their mistakes? Potential close game but Bellerose by 3.

Looks like most of the predictions were pretty decent assesments except.... Everyone  I think overrated JP due to their week one opponent being so so good and Sal after their game vs Shep  Sal defence is going to be in tough against any half decent offence, their D really didn't look that good against Shep the t-birds just executed that poorly as evidenced by the 30-0 score after 1 quarter against Bulldogs.The score last night could've been a lot worse but lots of Bellerose guys got touches and play.

Ainlay clearly the cream of the crop and should be provincial favourite at this point-too much talent followed by Bellerose and who knows after that. Facey is a mystery so far can play outstanding D but give up way too many penalties and mistakes and may or may not figure out their offence clearly an ongoing identity crisis since Chuba left but then they almost quadruple the amount of points Sal put up against Tbirds. If they can find some discipline on both sides of the ball they maybe and a big maybe be in the top three mix and if they can't they have no shot to be competitive with Ainlay and Bellerose and will lose 1 or 2 they should win to a Sal/Spruce/JP

Spruce is a tough group and might grit a couple out and beat Sal and even Jp, Shep will win one against someone  they have  some good athletes. JP and Sal seem to have the skill and talent and football experience on their roster but lack the stud power to over come the lousy play books and poor coaching.



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« Reply #15 on: Sat, 16-Sep-17 @ 10:30:18PM »
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Belle calm down you play 2 crap teams. Sal sucks they can't score they brutal bro. Your whooping comes this week boy. It's our season

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« Reply #16 on: Sun, 17-Sep-17 @ 11:17:07AM »
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Umm Ainlay played Spruce Grove and JP, not exactly the cream of the crop, as they beat them by like 45, so they played terrible opponents too lol
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« Reply #17 on: Sun, 17-Sep-17 @ 11:57:41AM »
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Harry Ainley verse Bellerose is the game for first in Carr both have yet to play anyone and after this game they will not play anyone again till playoffs. Facey is still struggling to adjust with out Chuba, AOB refuses to pass, JP and Sal have the worst offenses in the league, Spruce is young and Shep is Shep.
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Week 2
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« Reply #18 on: Sun, 17-Sep-17 @ 12:43:50PM »
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Maybe more Carr teams should go south to recruit 20 year old receivers like Ajou.

If he is legit and legally 16 years old then we might as well keep playing pretendsies by saying Shep is the Patriots of the Carr.

Come to Ainley for free fake id's and U of A scholorships.
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« Reply #19 on: Sun, 17-Sep-17 @ 12:59:35PM »
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Umm Ainlay played Spruce Grove and JP, not exactly the cream of the crop, as they beat them by like 45, so they played terrible opponents too lol

They played Raymond and 1 of the best teamss in sask...won both of those games. They also played LCI in the spring...
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