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PostPosted: Sun Mar 04, 2007 5:49 pm
by deere
Do you know Hui Lee Chris Plante Fan????

PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2007 5:21 am
by cash
Chris Plante Fan wrote:I just think that it's amazing that there were so many guys who threw over , say, 83 in the mid- to late nineties, you know?  Last year in the same Region that we've been talking about, there was maybe one guy who threw over 80, and he hardly ever pitched.  Jacob Wurtz was probably to only guy who threw over 80 and he was very hittable.  It's just not the same anymore.
so your saying the kjehmus's didnt hit 80

PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2007 7:38 am
by InTheKnow
The Kjemus twins have been clocked at 83-84 as early as Sophmore year at the Mandan Tryout camp.

PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2007 1:48 pm
by Chris Plante Fan
Yeah, that's exactly what I'm saying.  I believe they've been "clocked" at 83, but I've faced both of them many times and neither one threw nearly that hard in games.  I'd say the left handed one maybe threw it 75, but no harder.  Those guys are overhyped.

PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2007 2:11 pm
by cash
Chris Plante Fan wrote:Yeah, that's exactly what I'm saying.  I believe they've been "clocked" at 83, but I've faced both of them many times and neither one threw nearly that hard in games.  I'd say the left handed one maybe threw it 75, but no harder.  Those guys are overhyped.
you dont know what your talking about, i know they throw 80+ during games, i was sitting by a scout that was clocking them at state legion last year

PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2007 6:32 pm
by Chris Plante Fan
Okay "Cash", I guess I'm just so good that their high velocity didn't phase me.  Wait, no; we beat both of them because neither one could control their mid- to upper-seventies fastball.  Could you possibly be from Thompson "Cash"?  My guess would be yes, considering your inflated ego and awful grammar.

PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2007 6:59 pm
by ndfan
[user=2119]Chris Plante Fan[/user] wrote:
Okay "Cash", I guess I'm just so good that their high velocity didn't phase me.  Wait, no; we beat both of them because neither one could control their mid- to upper-seventies fastball.  Could you possibly be from Thompson "Cash"?  My guess would be yes, considering your inflated ego and awful grammar.


Trust me he isn't from Thompson. I know who it is and where he is from and its not Thompson.

PostPosted: Tue Mar 06, 2007 6:20 am
by experiencingtechnicaldiff
ndfan wrote:[user=2119]Chris Plante Fan[/user] wrote:
Okay "Cash", I guess I'm just so good that their high velocity didn't phase me.? Wait, no; we beat both of them because neither one could control their mid- to upper-seventies fastball.? Could you possibly be from Thompson "Cash"?? My guess would be yes, considering your inflated ego and awful grammar.


Trust me he isn't from Thompson. I know who it is and where he is from and its not Thompson.

And if you don't trust him, trust me. haha. He is definately not from Harvey. I don't understand how you could have come to that conclusion if you woulda read posts on other topics. He's not even from that region.

PostPosted: Tue Mar 13, 2007 8:24 pm
by baseball3
thundastruck. wrote:
ndfan wrote:[user=215]InTheKnow[/user] wrote:
Chris Plante Fan wrote:I just think that it's amazing that there were so many guys who threw over , say, 83 in the mid- to late nineties, you know?� Last year in the same Region that we've been talking about, there was maybe one guy who threw over 80, and he hardly ever pitched.� Jacob Wurtz was probably to only guy who threw over 80 and he was very hittable.� It's just not the same anymore.


Oh without a doubt.

St Thomas/Valley- David Hurst, Joe Okeefe

Grafton- Aaron Klinske

Fordville- Grant Skibiski, Casey Linstad

Minto- Ryan Kowalski

Cavalier- Wayne Martin, Brian Stark, Chad Amidon

Drayton- Nathan Kasperovich

Thompson- Josh McMenemy (help me here with names I know there are more)

Hatton- Cory Pladson

Hope Page- Justin Burchill

Central Valley- Chris Kleveland

There were more but thats all I can think of off the top of my head from 95-99 for guys i know were there for sure. There were MANY others around 80 or so.


When I think Thompson and pitching it was Mcmenemy and then wasn't there a couple Schumachers??? I can't think of there first names but they were darn good too.


nick schumacher-stud in the 90's

better than Brian and Scott Schumacher in 00's

not related to each other i dont think
Brian and Scott are brothers

Re: best class b teams in the past decade?

PostPosted: Sat Dec 22, 2007 4:52 am
by north_border_eagles2106
2006 langdon

Re:

PostPosted: Sun Dec 30, 2007 7:57 pm
by cubsfan
InTheKnow wrote:Brian and Scott Schumacher graduated after 2001. Other schumachers during the mid to late 90's I cant remember.

Couple names I forgot to mention-

Lunski- Thompson (played at UND, a Juco, Southwest Missouri, and i think Cal-Irvine)

Scott Hanson- Tolna

Steve(?) Walsh- Rollette

Lunski played at MSU for a couple of years. He was a heckuva closer.

Re: best class b teams in the past decade?

PostPosted: Sun Apr 20, 2008 9:08 pm
by freshysoon
i agree that between 2005 thompson velva and grafton