2014 Week 9 Schedule

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2014 Week 9 Schedule

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Mon Oct 20, 2014 7:09 pm

Friday, October 24th
Lisbon 6 @ #2 Fargo Shanley 41
#3 Wahpeton 48 @ Maple Valley-Enderlin 6
Kindred 20 @ Grafton 54
Central Cass 40 @ Valley City 32

#5 Bishop Ryan 7 @ #1 Bismarck St. Mary's 38
#4 Beulah 34 @ Watford City 8
Stanley-Powers Lake 0 @ Dickinson Trinity 50
Central Dakota 48 @ Turtle Mountain 0
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Re: 2014 Week 9 Schedule

Postby Run4Fun2009 » Mon Oct 20, 2014 7:47 pm

Predictions:
#2 Fargo Shanley: 54-0
#3 Wahpeton: 60-6
Grafton: 44-20
Central Cass: 24-22

#1 Bismarck St. Mary's: 31-6
#4 Beulah: 30-14
Dickinson Trinity: 42-22
Central Dakota: 42-14
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Re: 2014 Week 9 Schedule

Postby caserace0710 » Thu Oct 23, 2014 8:54 am

Week 9 Predictions:
East
Fargo Shanley 55, Lisbon 0 - Shanley cruises to victory over winless Lisbon
Wahpeton 62, Maple Valley/Enderlin 7 - Wahpeton rolls past Maple Valley/Enderlin
Grafton 38, Kindred 22 - Grafton handles Kindred easily with the score not as close as the game
Valley City 26, Central Cass 24 - Valley clinches the East #4 at home over Central Cass in a thriller

West
Bismarck St. Mary's 34, Minot Bishop Ryan 13 - St. Mary's rolls to the top seed in the West over Bishop Ryan
Watford City 21, Beulah 20 - Watford City upsets Beulah as momentum heading into the playoffs
Dickinson Trinity 48, Stanley/Powers Lake 12 - Trinity cruises to victory to end their season on a high note
Central Dakota 34, Turtle Mountain 14 - Central Dakota also ends their season on a high note with a victory

Playoff Matchups per Predictions
W4 - Watford City at E1 - Fargo Shanley
E3 - Grafton at W2 - Beulah
E4 - Valley City at W1 - Bismarck St. Mary's
W3 - Bishop Ryan at E2 - Wahpeton
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Re: 2014 Week 9 Schedule

Postby Sniper » Thu Oct 23, 2014 1:27 pm

Friday, October 24th
Lisbon (0-6; 0-8) @ #2 Fargo Shanley (6-0; 7-1)
#3 Wahpeton (5-1; 7-1) @ Maple Valley-Enderlin (1-5; 1-7)
Kindred (2-4; 2-6) @ Grafton (4-2; 5-3)
Central Cass (3-3; 4-4) @ Valley City (3-3; 5-3)

#5 Bishop Ryan (5-1; 7-1) @ #1 Bismarck St. Mary's (6-0; 8-0)
#4 Beulah (5-1; 6-2) @ Watford City (4-2; 6-2)
Stanley-Powers Lake (0-6; 0-8) @ Dickinson Trinity (2-4; 2-6)
Central Dakota (1-5; 2-6) @ Turtle Mountain (1-5; 1-7)
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Re: 2014 Week 9 Schedule

Postby hazpay » Fri Oct 24, 2014 9:04 pm

Sniper...

Thought I'd better wait til after the game, but curious as to how you chose to pick Ryan over St. Mary's?

Saints beat Beulah by 4+ touchdowns with underclassmen playing a majority of the 2nd half (at Beulah). Ryan lost by a wide margin at Beulah. Tonight's game was a home game for the Saints. If it had been in Minot, I could maybe see how an upset could be possible...but not sure how anyone could have seen something in the teams' play this year to indicate Ryan would get the edge in this game.

Just wondering... :D
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Re: 2014 Week 9 Schedule

Postby leroybla » Fri Oct 24, 2014 9:34 pm

Central Cass 40, Valley City 32. final
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Re: 2014 Week 9 Schedule

Postby hazpay » Fri Oct 24, 2014 9:36 pm

Sounds like it would have been a great game to watch! Valley is out? and CC travels to Bismarck on Saturday?
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Re: 2014 Week 9 Schedule

Postby caserace0710 » Fri Oct 24, 2014 10:27 pm

leroybla wrote:Central Cass 40, Valley City 32. final


Great back and forth game. Central Cass returned two kickoffs for touchdowns and Valley was pounding it on the ground. Came down to Central Cass making more plays than Valley late.

A 4th and 9 TD pass with 3 minutes left + 2pt conversion by CC broke a 32 all tie after Valley was stopped on 4th down at midfield. An interception by CC with 2:30 left on a pass that was tipped twice seemed to seal the deal. But Valley got the ball back on their own 14 with 1:21 left and drove the ball to their own 45, but they were stopped short a yard or two short on 4th down giving CC the victory and playoff berth.

Had a playoff atmosphere written all over it as it was pretty much a play-in game. The offenses for sure exploded in the 2nd half as Valley only lead 16-12 at halftime. Too bad someone had to lose this game.
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Re: 2014 Week 9 Schedule

Postby irisheel » Mon Oct 27, 2014 12:24 pm

caserace0710 wrote:
leroybla wrote:Central Cass 40, Valley City 32. final


Great back and forth game. Central Cass returned two kickoffs for touchdowns and Valley was pounding it on the ground. Came down to Central Cass making more plays than Valley late.

A 4th and 9 TD pass with 3 minutes left + 2pt conversion by CC broke a 32 all tie after Valley was stopped on 4th down at midfield. An interception by CC with 2:30 left on a pass that was tipped twice seemed to seal the deal. But Valley got the ball back on their own 14 with 1:21 left and drove the ball to their own 45, but they were stopped short a yard or two short on 4th down giving CC the victory and playoff berth.

Had a playoff atmosphere written all over it as it was pretty much a play-in game. The offenses for sure exploded in the 2nd half as Valley only lead 16-12 at halftime. Too bad someone had to lose this game.


Was at the game, this summary of it is as accurate as it gets. Valley City is a young and talented team that will contend for the next 2 years. Also, with them moving to the west, they could be a perennial top 2 team.
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