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Re: predictions 2009

Postby yahoo99 » Sun Oct 19, 2008 9:38 pm

Wasn't Peckham 2 years older?
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Re: predictions 2009

Postby Knklpuck3 » Sun Oct 19, 2008 10:08 pm

Yes but the posts were implying that Chadwick was the best 3 sport athlete in the state. No one ever said anything about dominating his class. In that case, I'd agree, but if we're talking about dominating hockey in general, Peckham was much better.
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Re: predictions 2009

Postby what? » Tue Oct 21, 2008 1:02 pm

do these kids play class A or B?
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Re: predictions 2009

Postby OldTownBaseball » Tue Oct 21, 2008 2:40 pm

How about back to predictions?

My VERY EARLY Top 5 Class A Statewide:
1- Cony
2- Deering
3- Brewer
4- Westbrook
5- Skowhegan

Wild cards-
Bangor, Hampden, Brunswick, Thornton, Biddeford, So. Portland

My VERY EARLY Top 5 Class B Statewide:
1- Gardiner
2- Cape Elizabeth
3- Ellsworth
4- Mountain Valley
5- Caribou

Wild cards-
Waterville, Greely, Falmouth, Lisbon, Lincoln Acad, Bucksport, Mattanawcook

I will leave Class C and D to someone else. I dont profess to know enough about those classes to make any predictions or make anyone upset.
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Re: predictions 2009

Postby TeamUSA08 » Tue Oct 21, 2008 9:02 pm

Deering has to be an early favorite, You really cant count anyone ahead of them until they prove they arnt on top, each year they fill in the spots to field a great team. Plus it cant hurt having arguabley one of the best teachers of the game in Mike Coutes coaching them.
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Re: predictions 2009

Postby Brunswick09 » Tue Oct 21, 2008 9:16 pm

TeamUSA08 wrote:Deering has to be an early favorite, You really cant count anyone ahead of them until they prove they arnt on top, each year they fill in the spots to field a great team. Plus it cant hurt having arguabley one of the best teachers of the game in Mike Coutes coaching them.


True Cant hurt having the head of frozen ropes coaching.
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Re: predictions 2009

Postby OldTownBaseball » Tue Oct 21, 2008 9:33 pm

Brunswick...easy with any accusations that are unfounded and untrue. Coach Coutts will do things by the book.
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Re: predictions 2009

Postby Brunswick09 » Tue Oct 21, 2008 9:55 pm

OTB im afraid you might have misunderstood. I was not making any accusations but here you have a guy that all year is dealing with baseball fundementals. That cant hurt when he brings that to a program. I have the upmost respect for Mike as I have worked with FR. Last thing I would want to do is to tarnish everything he has done for baseball in maine.
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Re: predictions 2009

Postby OldTownBaseball » Wed Oct 22, 2008 7:52 am

My apologies. I did misunderstand the tone of that original statement. Thank you for clearing it up.
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Re: predictions 2009

Postby Lafleur22 » Fri Oct 24, 2008 8:47 am

How is C going to be doing. St. Doms? LF? Winthrop? Dirigo? Not to mention the teams in the East whose on top?
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