Region 1 Championship: #2 Oakes @ #5 Carrington

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Region 1 Championship: #2 Oakes @ #5 Carrington

Postby PrepFBrules » Sat Oct 11, 2014 11:27 am

#2 Oakes has outscored region opponents 294-108 in region play, #5 Carrington has outscored region opponents 280-26. Will it be a shoot-out or a defensive playoff-feel battle? Oakes shutout Carrington in 2013 by a score of 39-0 at home. I've watched both teams play, both have their style of play. IMO, Carrington has better big play capabilities, but no workhorse to grind out the game. This one might come down to penalties/turnovers. I really have no idea, but I'll give the edge to Carrington, based on payback and home field advantage... am I nuts?
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Re: Region 1 Championship: #2 Oakes @ #5 Carrington

Postby ndfootball4444 » Sat Oct 11, 2014 11:34 am

I don't think your way outa line here. It will be a good one for sure. I think Carrington will be ready and can win. These opinions and who we pick is what makes this fun. Love high school football!....
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Re: Region 1 Championship: #2 Oakes @ #5 Carrington

Postby PrepFBrules » Sat Oct 11, 2014 11:40 am

ndfootball4444 wrote:I don't think your way outa line here. It will be a good one for sure. I think Carrington will be ready and can win. These opinions and who we pick is what makes this fun. Love high school football!....


Anybody know kickoff time? Im thinking its worth the drive to watch. I'll just cheer for whatever team is winning, that way it won't be like cheering for the Vikings each week.
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Re: Region 1 Championship: #2 Oakes @ #5 Carrington

Postby ndfootball4444 » Sat Oct 11, 2014 6:41 pm

I believe its these games of the wk to watch:
Oakes @ Carrington 1:30pm. Saturday, Oct. 18th.
DL/B @ Rugby 7pm. Wednesday, Oct. 15th.
Hazen @ Killdeer 2pm. Saturday, Oct. 18th.
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Re: Region 1 Championship: #2 Oakes @ #5 Carrington

Postby EHS1998 » Sat Oct 11, 2014 10:20 pm

I think Bryce Meehl could be the difference for Oakes. Carrington is fast and athletic but I think Oakes will be able to match them. Can Carrington deal with all of Oake's weapons, with him pulling the trigger? Will be fun to see. Sounds like Carrington's broadcast team specifically are highly confident going into the game. Best of luck to both team's, you have earned this opportunity!
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Re: Region 1 Championship: #2 Oakes @ #5 Carrington

Postby alldayallnight » Tue Oct 14, 2014 2:45 pm

How do the trenches match up? Does one of these teams hold an edge up front?
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Re: Region 1 Championship: #2 Oakes @ #5 Carrington

Postby 5-time state chump » Wed Oct 15, 2014 12:04 am

When the dust settles, there will be a lot less dust in the air.
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Re: Region 1 Championship: #2 Oakes @ #5 Carrington

Postby CountryDelight » Wed Oct 15, 2014 7:39 am

Oakes has the size , with an edge at the line of scrimmage ,but carrington has some dangerous speed with both of their main ballcarriers.
Oakes 23 Carrington 21
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Re: Region 1 Championship: #2 Oakes @ #5 Carrington

Postby PrepFBrules » Wed Oct 15, 2014 2:28 pm

5-time state chump wrote:When the dust settles, there will be a lot less dust in the air.

But there will be a lot of dust on the ground, so are we any better off? Therefore, Carrington by 7
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Re: Region 1 Championship: #2 Oakes @ #5 Carrington

Postby EHS1998 » Sat Oct 18, 2014 12:30 pm

Oakes 31 Carrington 28. Meehl FG is the difference.
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Re: Region 1 Championship: #2 Oakes @ #5 Carrington

Postby 5-time state chump » Sat Oct 18, 2014 1:34 pm

Oakes had great drive. Went for it on 4th at about the Cardinals 30. Completed a pass for 17, then fumbled, Carrington recovers.

Carrington Punts....Oakes starts at about own 30. 3 and out.

Oakes punts from about own 20.

Carrington starts Drive#2 at own 40. Snapped over QB's head. Loss of 20 or something.

Carrington Punts

Oakes starts about own 30. Currently at Carrington 49.

Screen pass intercepted by Carrington.

Carrington starts drive at Oakes 47. Currently at Oakes 36.

End of first.

Carrington turns over ball on downs.

Oakes ball on own 30.

Oakes currently at Carrington 48.

Oakes currently at Carrington 39. 2nd and 1. Incomplete. 3rd and 1.

TD OAKES. 7-0 Oakes.


Aberra fumbled. Oakes ball on Cards 30. LOL.

TD Oakes. 14-0

Carrington punts, Oakes starts on about own 30.

Oakes ready to score again. Oakes looks much the more physical and talented.

Oakes scoring whenever they want to, however they want to.

Oakes 20-0.

Onside kick, Oakes, Oakes recovers. Carrington kids didn't know ball was live, apparently.

Oakes gonna win this by 40.
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Re: Region 1 Championship: #2 Oakes @ #5 Carrington

Postby NodakQ2 » Sat Oct 18, 2014 4:00 pm

Oakes 26
Carrington 7

Oakes dominated in this one. They dominated big time up front and Meehl controlled the game. Loep ran at will the second half. No doubt Oakes is the better team and if they play again, Carrington will have to contain Meehl or the result will be the same. That kid is an awesome QB. Oakes scored 20 in the second quarter, then just played ball control football. THEY ARE VERY WELL COACHED.
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Re: Region 1 Championship: #2 Oakes @ #5 Carrington

Postby PrepFBrules » Sat Oct 18, 2014 10:37 pm

Hats off to both teams, a few penalties, a few turn overs, but both good teams. Tornadoes have legit All-State QB, RB, Guard, and Tackle. Carrington appears very balanced, but does not have an All-Stater IMO. #24 appears fast at times, but is not tough to bring down. #23 is a legit RB, but small for fullback. Oakes's passing game is pretty good for this level, Carrington's pass D is mediocre, surprising considering the speed, often looked confused. Have to give MVP to Erik Loepp, Oakes RB, he runs hard and its pretty obvious he has put in the time in the weight room, he ran through many Carrington tackles. I was hoping for closer game, maybe a rematch in a few weeks?
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