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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: districts not set n stone ()
Date: September 11, 2020 07:48PM

There has been talk of moving TC Williams Lake Braddock and Robinson to the Concorde. That would put all the largest schools in the same district. Moving Oakton and South Lakes to the Patriot. Marshall to the Liberty. Seems reasonable.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: bruins4life ()
Date: September 11, 2020 09:01PM

I am sure Westfield would vote that down, Simmons doesn't want to be playing Doc and the boys for the district title every year. Think about it, LB has had 3- 4 D1 players the past 3 years and with Doc's and staff coaching they will have a lot more in the coming years

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Dawg life ()
Date: September 12, 2020 04:06PM

Please, you are just making a fool of yourself to think that Westfield would be scared to play Braddock or any other team. They have beaten Braddock pretty bad the last 4 years and I dont see that changing in the next 4. With all the D1 players they have had, how come they cant win a regional or a state title? Coaching is the key, Westfield has the best staff, that's why win consistently.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Chef Marcello ()
Date: September 12, 2020 05:37PM

Region 6C and 6D mid cylcle realignments by unanimous vote to begin in 2021-2022.

Region 6C:

District 1 - Fairfax, James Robinson, Lake Braddock, South County, T.C. Williams, W.T. Woodson, West Potomac and West Springfield.

District 2 - Annandale, Falls Church, Hayfield, Justice, Mount Vernon, John R. Lewis, Thomas Edison, and Thomas Jefferson S & T

Region 6D:

Concorde District - Centreville, Chantilly, James Madison, Oakton, South Lakes and Westfield.

Liberty District - George Marshall, Herndon, Langley, McLean, Wakefield, W-L, and Yorktown.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Playoffs... ()
Date: September 12, 2020 08:37PM

Don’t conference champs get an automatic bid into the playoffs? Why would any of those liberty school get to be in. District 1 is easily the toughest group.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: northern region guy2020 ()
Date: September 12, 2020 10:39PM

Conference champs do not get an automatic bid into the playoffs, all teams are seeded.

Mt Vernon or Hayfield will play 7 games in the district and could schedule 3 games against the Liberty district and will be 10-0 or 9-1 and both could be a top 3-4 seed for the playoffs.
The winner of FC and Justice game will make the playoffs as well. They will lose to Mt Vernon and Hayfield and play an easy out of district schedule and be 6-4, 7-3.
So basically you will have 3-4 District 2 teams in the playoffs.
So the rest of that region would be SoCo, LB, and the rest playing for the last 2-3 playoff spots.

The Concorde is toughest per usual although as many as 5 teams will make the playoffs for that region.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: VHSL realignment ()
Date: September 13, 2020 10:10AM

The districts won't matter that much when the VHSL goes to four divisions.
Then both regions will be combined into 1 region with only 8 teams making the playoffs.
Until then the 6C districts will be lopsided but I've heard they agreed to mini districts for football only with some cross scheduling between districts 1&2 to balence it out.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Y3FDD ()
Date: September 14, 2020 07:06AM

districts not set n stone Wrote:
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> There has been talk of moving TC Williams Lake
> Braddock and Robinson to the Concorde. That would
> put all the largest schools in the same district.
> Moving Oakton and South Lakes to the Patriot.
> Marshall to the Liberty. Seems reasonable.

Grouping schools just by size is about the last reason they would make this move. It is more about rivalries and travel distances. And it does not help the weaker or smaller schools to just play similar programs, since they will not get better as easily.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Sisters ()
Date: September 14, 2020 09:59AM

Y3FDD Wrote:
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> districts not set n stone Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > There has been talk of moving TC Williams Lake
> > Braddock and Robinson to the Concorde. That
> would
> > put all the largest schools in the same
> district.
> > Moving Oakton and South Lakes to the Patriot.
> > Marshall to the Liberty. Seems reasonable.
>
> Grouping schools just by size is about the last
> reason they would make this move. It is more about
> rivalries and travel distances. And it does not
> help the weaker or smaller schools to just play
> similar programs, since they will not get better
> as easily.

Most of the smaller schools don't want to get better. They want to avoid being embarrassed. They would gladly go 9-1 or 8-2, get into the playoffs, then get crushed. Rather than take two or three beatings during the regular season and lose any since of success. Look at falls Church, Justice, Marshall. They've all improved their regular season records by playing no one and are still just as awful against the good teams.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Marcus ()
Date: September 14, 2020 11:21AM

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: jenny the football mom ()
Date: September 15, 2020 08:43PM

Lake Braddock is really gearing up for the football season, we were 80 strong at todays workout. Football may not start until February but Doc and staff really know how to motivate these boys and they will be ready.

#february
#we better then you

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: your busted ()
Date: September 15, 2020 10:19PM

Wait...I thought the rules said at this time... no more then 50 total people including coaches. I think that you just self reported your team!

@u cheated

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: mom of the year ()
Date: September 15, 2020 11:38PM

jenny the football mom Wrote:
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> Lake Braddock is really gearing up for the
> football season, we were 80 strong at todays
> workout. Football may not start until February but
> Doc and staff really know how to motivate these
> boys and they will be ready.
>
> #february
> #we better then you


jenny is black

"#we better then you" is the first give away - get back to ebonics
second is being concerned over kiddie football verse safety of students
selfish black women - worst stewards of children in the world

as for all the "men" blabbing on about kiddie football - go watch that pedo netflix movie "cuties", unless you are just gay pedos, then that movie is not for you

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: GlicerinEBAG ()
Date: September 21, 2020 05:15PM

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 09/23/2020 08:13PM by GlicerinEBAG.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: MXNVP ()
Date: September 22, 2020 07:15AM

Schedules for some sports for some areas of the state are already out (Football and basketball in the Beach area; some football in SW Virginia).

Has anyone seen any schedules for teams in our area?

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: u are retarded ()
Date: September 22, 2020 01:11PM

Distrcit one is the toughest?? About the dumbest thing ive seen on this forum. One recent state title in that group, probably because westfield had there 3rd string runningback. The concorde district has always ran VA, and they always will.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: oviscjwb ()
Date: September 22, 2020 04:25PM

If schedules in other parts of the state have been released, you have to think the NoVa schedules are complete also. Haven’t seen anything, though. Does anyone know?

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Liberty = Daddy ()
Date: September 23, 2020 10:39AM

The new Liberty is basically the SEC. Don't see a way one of these liberty teams isn't in Hampton this fall. Scary stuff. Scared for the Concorde.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: penny the football mom ()
Date: September 23, 2020 11:15AM

Well this year the state championship will be at ODU!
But it will all go through Lake Braddock, mark it down! book it! Doc and the boys will be celebrating in the 757 in 2021!!

Doc and staff will not be denied!

#can u smell what the doc is cooking
#state champs 2021

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: mdfb ()
Date: September 24, 2020 06:44PM

Maryland just reversed course and are starting football October 7th I believe. Of course, VA is one of 10 (LIBERAL) states that won’t be playing this fall. It’s ridiculous. I feel bad for the kids.

Sometimes VA follows what MD does a week or so later. Hopefully this will be one of those things.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: FCPS is soft ()
Date: September 24, 2020 07:47PM

If the VHSL changes their plans to open up fall sports in the fall it would not be good for FCPS athletes. There is a 0% chance that the softies at gatehouse would allow athletics anytime soon. We'll be lucky to play in February. Currently FCPS is allowing some workouts to take place completely outside with numerous restrictions. Nothing remotely close to.competition. Hopefully, by the spring parents are so fed up FCPS is forced to play.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Gigip ()
Date: September 25, 2020 01:54PM

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: TacoFall ()
Date: September 25, 2020 04:17PM

FCPS is soft Wrote:
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There is a 0% chance that the softies
> at gatehouse would allow athletics anytime soon.
> We'll be lucky to play in February. Currently
> FCPS is allowing some workouts to take place
> completely outside with numerous restrictions.
> Nothing remotely close to.competition. Hopefully,
> by the spring parents are so fed up FCPS is forced
> to play.

This exactly. Even if the rest of the state plays there is no way fairfax will allow play for now.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: concerned parent2020 ()
Date: September 25, 2020 09:27PM

The Governor of Virginia and his wife have tested positive for COVID-19.
No way they play football anytime soon, in the state of Va.
First and foremost should be safety, our children have to be protected, if that means no sports, then that's what it is.

Maybe these football players should be taking this time to work on their grades or learn a new language, be productive. When it is safe to resume sports in this state, the Governor will let everyone know. Be patient!

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: HS fb facts ()
Date: September 25, 2020 10:29PM

43 states played HS football tonight. No states have reported massive outbreaks or serious illness from football. The real world evidence suggests that with simple precautions and regulations HS sports, including football, can be played. THERE IS NO DATA THAT SUGGESTS OTHERWISE. Lastly, many of these kids have dreamed their whole lives about playing for their HS team and worked their tails off to prepare for this opportunity. They will have lots of years ahead to learn a language, or in your words be productive. This is their one opportunity to play out their dreams and we are requiring them to be patient. We're lucky they haven't revolted

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: kfkeja ()
Date: September 25, 2020 10:58PM

I’m sitting here watching a HS from FL on ESPN playing a HS from TN. If they can travel that far, surely Centreville can travel across the county to West Potomac. Look at the stats, 99.997% survival rate ages 1-19. This is political. Northam got “the virus” today to stop Trump from rallying in Newport News. Same thing the OH Governor did.

At the end of the day, it just hurts the kids. It can be done safely. Yes, FCPS won’t be playing anytime soon. I’d be surprised if they play any sport before 2025. This is the same county that just paid some black guy $20K to give a 45 minute speech on how oppressed he is. But I digress. HS football should be played & it should be played now. Any kids that are good (w/o college scholarship) should transfer (legally/illegally) to a school in MD where they at least got it right. Shame on VUSL & FCPS.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: ptupl ()
Date: September 25, 2020 11:08PM

This absurd non-scientific and irrational fear of this virus is crippling common sense. People would sooner live in a permanent COVID-19 prison that live a virtually risk-free life. Has anyone actually bothered to look at the data? I think not. It's all fear all the time and based on hysteria. We are being controlled by the equivalent of 21st century witch-doctors.

In the meantime, my brother's kid has played in 1 scrimmage and 3 games in Pennsylvania. In fact, their high school has all their usual fall sports boys and girls. Have they had a single football player or coach test positive? Not to anyone's knowledge.

Let the people decide for themselves. If you are high risk or afraid - stay home!!!!!!!!! No one is visiting grandpa and grandma anyway. Send the kids back to school. They are at virtually zero risk. And guess what - they can STILL NOT visit grandma and grandpa. The only difference will be they are going to school.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: now listen here ()
Date: September 26, 2020 12:35AM

Everyone says its safe to play football right now in Virginia, then why are teachers in FCPS afraid to go back to the classroom? They all pushed for virtual learning and pitched a fit when the parents were given options for classroom or virtual. There is more to think about then little Johnny's high school football career. Safety should be the number 1 priority and the teachers know what's best.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Not the same ()
Date: September 26, 2020 08:41AM

Half of FCPS teachers have no issue coming back tomorrow. They stated so in their survey. The other half has concerns. Most of those concerns stem from their own personal health or in inability of schools to enforce safety precautions on students who physically or behaviorally cannot follow the rules. On top of that they are in a crowded space inside.
Football is a voluntary activity held outdoors. Those who do not follow the proper procedures can be removed immediately and people with health concerns do not have to participate. Equating the two is illogical and stating that there aren't teachers willing to work in person is fact out incorrect.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Blame who ()
Date: September 26, 2020 08:49AM

It stinks. Yep. But VHSL isn’t to blame. They are only following the state leader and his leadership committee.

The question I am asking is when HS sports start back up, will spectators be able to attend the games? No directive has been given to spectators, marching bands, cheerleaders, dance teams, game staff, etc. All these groups count against the # allowed in events, which I think is a total of 250. Anybody have any knowledge about this?

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: pkpmd ()
Date: September 26, 2020 09:24AM

Blame who Wrote:
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> It stinks. Yep. But VHSL isn’t to blame. They
> are only following the state leader and his
> leadership committee.
>
> The question I am asking is when HS sports start
> back up, will spectators be able to attend the
> games? No directive has been given to spectators,
> marching bands, cheerleaders, dance teams, game
> staff, etc. All these groups count against the #
> allowed in events, which I think is a total of
> 250. Anybody have any knowledge about this?

Here again is more unscientific witch-doctor stuff. Where did the magic number of 250 come from? Outside. Someone "felt" that was a good idea. In the meantime, I know sporting venues that had unmasked crowds of 5-10K people in the grandstands every week all summer (in Pennsylvania). No COVID-19 problem. It's all witchery. Stick a bone in your nose and light some incense. Just as rational as our witch doctor health departments.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Answer the question ()
Date: September 26, 2020 10:10AM

Yeah, witch doctor guy. You didn’t answer the question or add any information that could support an answer. Will spectators be admitted into HS athletic events in Va?

You Really didn’t add anything to the conversation but your opinion or attitude. Reading posts I think most if not all want HS athletics to be back and want to be back to normal.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: wwp3w ()
Date: September 26, 2020 11:43AM

I have no insight into how many spectators VHSL will allow once sports return. I can't imagine they won't allow any at all but it could be limited. In Pennsylvania at my nephew's games it is limited - pretty low number - can't remember offhand (and yes, they do have band and cheerleaders at the game with some restrictions). However, that may change since Pennsylvania's COVID regulations have been ruled unconstitutional by a federal judge. Basically at this point the PA schools can do whatever they want. But this past Friday most school districts still limited fans but that very well may change for many of them going forward. I see Maryland is also reversing course and will proceed with fall sports. No reason why VHSL should not do the same. Immediately.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Marcus ()
Date: September 26, 2020 01:40PM

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: jgvdx ()
Date: September 26, 2020 02:17PM

I agree. We're never going to have perfect knowledge or perfect safety re: COVID. Individuals know enough at this point to make informed decisions. Lift the restrictions. Play football.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: concerned parent 2020 ()
Date: September 26, 2020 04:55PM

There is no reason to lift the restrictions at this time. It doesn't matter what other states are doing, we are in a health crisis and our children's health is at risk. When the schools are opened up and the teachers and students are all back in the classroom full time, then sports can continue, not anytime before!

Just because there are a few who think football should be a priority in school, doesn't mean you should risk the many, whose health would be at risk.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: tkxxn ()
Date: September 27, 2020 08:39AM

concerned parent 2020 Wrote:
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> There is no reason to lift the restrictions at
> this time. It doesn't matter what other states are
> doing, we are in a health crisis and our
> children's health is at risk. When the schools are
> opened up and the teachers and students are all
> back in the classroom full time, then sports can
> continue, not anytime before!
>
> Just because there are a few who think football
> should be a priority in school, doesn't mean you
> should risk the many, whose health would be at
> risk.

I understand your fear but I reject your unfounded assertion that there is "no reason" to lift restrictions. How many years are you willing to live in a covid prison? 5 Years? 10 Years? Forever? I think most reasonable people are willing to accept the very small risk (with appropriate safety measures) in exchange for not living in a covid prison. You can't lock up everyone forever because some people are "concerned."

The data is out there. Playing sports and opening schools is not a cause of any significant spread of the virus. I know a sports association in Pennsylvania with about 120 schools. They have now completed 3 weeks of sports (4 if you count the scrimmage week). I am unaware of a single case of covid connected to fall high school sports, whether player, coach, officials, fans- anyone. Very few teams have had to cancel games because of covid cases, and in all cases it is basically a single person tested positive, totally unconnected to the sport itself. I think we can say as of today there has been zero spread of covid due to resumption of fall sports. But you are concerned so fuck the data.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: PUBLIC POLICY VS PERSONAL OPINIO ()
Date: September 27, 2020 09:31AM

Public policy should always follow the data. The data in this situation says that the risk is low and people should be given the choice on whether or not they want to expose themselves to the limited risk. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ACCEPT THE LIMITED RISK DO NOT PARTICIPATE. If the data showed that significant community spread was occuring from these activities then it would be wise to shut them down, but that is not the case.
I was very much in favor of the state shutting down HS sports in the spring and summer. We simply didn't know how the virus would spread. Since then our state has allowed countless sporting activities to occur on the youth level and dozens of other states have played HS sports. The data shows that there has been no significant community spread from these activities. You cannot claim to be a rational and reasonable person if you only act on the data that fits your narrative.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: concerned parent2020 ()
Date: September 27, 2020 12:07PM

Ok, so all this data you are referring to, says its safe to play football, but not safe enough for the teachers and students to go back in the classroom? Sounds like this so called data was collected by football people.

Its sounds like people want to risk the health of the communities for a few games. This is high school football, students health and education must come first.

I think the Governor is doing the right thing by keeping sports shut down until spring.

Again, when the teachers and students can return safely to the classroom, that's when high school football can begin.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Time has arrived ()
Date: September 27, 2020 12:37PM

As mentioned above the two aren't equal, but the point everyone has been trying to drive home to you is that the time has come. Get back to sports and school ASAP. There are numerous recent studies that show both can be done safely. Several studies were mentioned in a Post article this week. This is not about football, but rather human development. School and extra curricular activities play a huge role in the development of our youth. We are hurting their futures to satisfy irrational fear.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: answer this ()
Date: September 27, 2020 01:59PM

Id like to see them start playing football soon, but concerned parent does have a good point, why aren't the teachers and students back in the classroom if its so safe?

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: fvbff ()
Date: September 27, 2020 02:12PM

answer this Wrote:
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> Id like to see them start playing football soon,
> but concerned parent does have a good point, why
> aren't the teachers and students back in the
> classroom if its so safe?

Because of the same reason - irrational fear.

Even the Washington Post has conceded the fear was irrational:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/education/feared-covid-outbreaks-in-schools-yet-to-arrive-early-data-shows/2020/09/23/0509bb84-fd22-11ea-b555-4d71a9254f4b_story.html

Just be honest, if you are afraid now you will be afraid this coming spring. If you are afraid this coming spring you will be afraid next fall. Nothing is going to change.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Flex league ()
Date: September 30, 2020 12:52AM

Flex league at SoCo starts Friday, 9v9, Madison will be the best team there. Heard it here first

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: flexleague? ()
Date: September 30, 2020 12:52PM

What is a flex league? Is it essentially 7 v. 7 except there’s 9? Do we have a schedule for that league?

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: px4ly ()
Date: October 10, 2020 11:35PM

tkxxn Wrote:
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> concerned parent 2020 Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > There is no reason to lift the restrictions at
> > this time. It doesn't matter what other states
> are
> > doing, we are in a health crisis and our
> > children's health is at risk. When the schools
> are
> > opened up and the teachers and students are all
> > back in the classroom full time, then sports
> can
> > continue, not anytime before!
> >
> > Just because there are a few who think football
> > should be a priority in school, doesn't mean
> you
> > should risk the many, whose health would be at
> > risk.
>
> I understand your fear but I reject your unfounded
> assertion that there is "no reason" to lift
> restrictions. How many years are you willing to
> live in a covid prison? 5 Years? 10 Years?
> Forever? I think most reasonable people are
> willing to accept the very small risk (with
> appropriate safety measures) in exchange for not
> living in a covid prison. You can't lock up
> everyone forever because some people are
> "concerned."
>
> The data is out there. Playing sports and opening
> schools is not a cause of any significant spread
> of the virus. I know a sports association in
> Pennsylvania with about 120 schools. They have
> now completed 3 weeks of sports (4 if you count
> the scrimmage week). I am unaware of a single
> case of covid connected to fall high school
> sports, whether player, coach, officials, fans-
> anyone. Very few teams have had to cancel games
> because of covid cases, and in all cases it is
> basically a single person tested positive, totally
> unconnected to the sport itself. I think we can
> say as of today there has been zero spread of
> covid due to resumption of fall sports. But you
> are concerned so fuck the data.

So my brother got to watch another high school football game in PA last night (in person). 5th game of the season + a scrimmage. School is playing all fall sports too. Daughter is playing soccer. Yep, 5th week of the season and still not a single documented case of covid among any of the school's teams - players, coaches, etc. Sure, there are cases here and there about the 120 school league - but it is definitely not causing a significant spread of the virus and certainly nothing alarming. To reasonable people anyway. Virginia could and should be doing the same. Get back to school, wash your hands, social distance, wear masks when needed. Life goes on. Can't hide forever. Other states are doing it.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Bruins Mama2020 ()
Date: October 12, 2020 05:08PM

Spring football schedules are out. First practice will be 1st week of February. We could see some games played in the snow, how great would that be.

I think we all agree Lake Braddock will be the favorite to win the north this season. We have 5-6 scholarship players on the team this year, with the best QB in the state. Doc and staff are ready to get this thing going.
Jump on the Bruins train now, before we roll past you.

#smell what the doc is cooking
#best staff in the state

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Bruin Interest ()
Date: October 13, 2020 01:51PM

Hey Bruin Mama,
Let's see your picture. Cuz I tried to smell what Doc is cooking and I keep getting rank tuna. Do you blow Doc or the kids?

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Bruins Mama2020 ()
Date: October 14, 2020 04:55PM

So jelly because you are not us!

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: 4nt3u ()
Date: October 14, 2020 05:09PM

Bruins Mama2020 Wrote:
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> Spring football schedules are out. First practice
> will be 1st week of February. We could see some
> games played in the snow, how great would that
> be.
>
>

You won't see anything. IF, they even play games, their will not be spectators in attendance. And as far as playing in the snow...doubt it. The County does not have the money to pay to clear the fields, sidelines and all the sidewalks in order to make it safe to play games in the snow.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Meet me ()
Date: October 14, 2020 06:07PM

I’ve occupied my time by rubbing one out.

Whacking off.

Slinging my schlong.

Pounding my pud.

Flogging my log.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: 757 703 ()
Date: October 14, 2020 11:51PM

No body be knowing if they gonna be playin football in the spring or not.
Everybody be wishing that they do thats why everybody be practicing right now
757 will be all up in yalls business if we do play

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: wp7ug ()
Date: October 20, 2020 08:40PM

Listen up folks. You need to start putting pressure on your school board members, county supervisors, everybody. The Fairfax Teachers Association came out today and they are starting a full court press to stop any school from re-opening even partially until August 2020. As a part of this they are adamant that there be no sports as well. They specifically denounced the PRIVATE sports that went on this summer and fall.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: lwbfe ()
Date: October 31, 2020 04:58PM

Looking good.

https://dailyprogress.com/sports/northam-signs-executive-order-allowing-vhsl-sports-to-return-in-december/article_a0f56006-1ac4-11eb-9841-9394310752ec.html

Governor Ralph Northam gave the go-ahead for the Virginia High School League and its 318 member schools to proceed with its Championship + 1 schedule Thursday when he signed the fourth amendment of Executive Order 67, which included changes with regards to recreational sports.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: So what, he sucks ()
Date: October 31, 2020 05:03PM

Northam Sucks.

You would think he would stop all this S since he can n't run again.

He should put his blackface back on and just go away.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: bvteu ()
Date: October 31, 2020 05:43PM

So what, he sucks Wrote:
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> Northam Sucks.
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> You would think he would stop all this S since he
> can n't run again.
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> He should put his blackface back on and just go
> away.

Why? The rest of the country had regular high school sports and it was NOT A PROBLEM.

Wisconsin did a study of kids playing fall sports. They traced where the infected kids contracted Covid. There were 16,000 practices and 4,000 games. They found ONE KID who actually caught the disease during sports activity.

Just stay home if it doesn't work for you.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Yeah I know ()
Date: October 31, 2020 08:04PM

Right, the rest of the country HAD HS sports.

Football is dead in VA. What three star and above will play spring ball? Shit, the smart ones try to graduate early and get to college in the spring.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: curious101 ()
Date: October 31, 2020 09:33PM

What players will opt out of spring ball?

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Who, What, Will ()
Date: October 31, 2020 10:04PM

If you are starting college work outs in the summer, you are not playing Spring ball. So, the best players will sit out. It may be spring ball but the best 4-6 players on the top ten teams will be sitting out. It will be watered down. YOu think college coaches of signed or almost signed players will want them playing spring ball?

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: regional dude ()
Date: November 01, 2020 12:57PM

So that means the 4-5 D1 players on Braddock wont be playing in the Spring?
Well there goes the state championship Doc has been promising!

#no championship

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Is that true? ()
Date: November 01, 2020 02:27PM

Last I heard the LB qb is playing and so is the 5 star kid from Robinson. Are you sure you know what you are talking about?

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: LB Parent who is connected. ()
Date: November 01, 2020 05:39PM

QB may play. I mean, it's ODU.

I hear LB may not.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Bruins Mama2020 ()
Date: November 01, 2020 07:14PM

It doesn't matter if he plays or not.
The back up QB at Lake Braddock is as good or better right now, then the QB going to ODU. He already has offers for football and basketball and has yet to play a game on varsity football.

Doc and staff continue working that magic coaching them up and then getting them scholarships. Doc has had more D1 players then any of the other coaches in the area combined.

#smell what the doc is cooking
#best staff in the state

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: It Never Stops....Face it Doc Su ()
Date: November 01, 2020 08:18PM

RE:Doc and staff continue working that magic coaching them up and then getting them scholarships. Doc has had more D1 players then any of the other coaches in the area combined.
-Just can win the big ones. Maybe he should be a trainer?

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Bruins Mama2020 ()
Date: November 01, 2020 08:54PM

Everyone is so jelly, understandable. When you dont have what we have and you want it. You can jump on the Bruin Train as it rolls thru the region in the Spring.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: DOC SUUXXXXXXXXXXXX Grape Jelly! ()
Date: November 01, 2020 10:06PM

RE: Everyone is so jelly, understandable. When you dont have what we have and you want it. You can jump on the Bruin Train as it rolls thru the region in the Spring.

-Spring may be his only chance of winning two playoff games in a row ...EVER. He would make a good baseball coach. Doc can smell the baseball grass already..

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Bruins Mama2020 ()
Date: November 08, 2020 06:04PM

Are you ready for some Bruins football!!!
I think everyone is excited about the Lake Braddock Bruins team this Spring, featuring multiple soon to be D1 college players.

Here are some facts for you to ponder:

Best Offense, with the top QB and receiver in state....check
Best Defense, with a few of the top LB, DBs and DL in the state.....check
Best Coaching Staff, with Doc being the best coach in the state.....check

I think you can smelllllllllll what the Doc is cooking! State Champs

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: regional watcher since 2000 ()
Date: November 08, 2020 07:45PM

Bruin Mama can you or anyone else please tell me what doc has done the past few years that would make anyone think he is the best coach in the state?

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: thomas the tank ()
Date: November 10, 2020 01:39PM

Will FCPS follow Arlington and Richmond public schools and forgo winter sports in 2020-2021? If so, are spring sports in 2021 in jeopardy as well? There are a lot of naysayers that say HS football should not be played in the spring. Until it is safe enough where the students can go back to in-school learning and not just a few selected groups, all sports will likely be cancelled.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: jvjejs ()
Date: November 10, 2020 09:16PM

I’d be very surprised if FCPS didn’t follow ACPS and RCPS. Sad to say, but true. The State as a whole is failing our kids.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: kfjsns ()
Date: November 10, 2020 09:17PM

Actually turns out ACPS IS playing winter sports after all.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: Arlington fan ()
Date: November 11, 2020 06:02PM

Arlington county will be playing all winter sports except for wresting

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: changing times ()
Date: November 11, 2020 07:31PM

Its very likely that no one will be playing any sports until late 2021, the President elect Joe Biden's, Task Force on the Corona Virus are planning to shut down the country for 4-6 weeks, shortly after Inauguration day. If this is the case all activities will be cancelled. They feel this is the safest way to get this 2nd wave of the Virus under control. As we come back out of the shut down, probably sometime in early April, the vaccine will be ready for distribution to the masses.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: novafootball 757 ()
Date: November 20, 2020 10:08PM

Anyone be hearing in nova if they going to be having a spring football season?
We aint be hearing nothing down in the 757

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: DWMEV ()
Date: November 21, 2020 03:28AM

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: W6ENF ()
Date: November 21, 2020 04:45AM

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Posted by: 9KXLG ()
Date: November 21, 2020 02:35PM

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Posted by: 3JJBN ()
Date: November 21, 2020 03:14PM

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Posted by: NECMK ()
Date: November 21, 2020 03:51PM

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: X33PY ()
Date: November 21, 2020 05:28PM

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: 703 better then 757 ()
Date: November 21, 2020 08:52PM

novafootball 757 Wrote:
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> Anyone be hearing in nova if they going to be
> having a spring football season?
> We aint be hearing nothing down in the 757


You may want to think about completing Basic English/Writing classes, instead of worrying about whether there is going to be a football season. Do they even teach basic skills in the 757?

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: JNYHN ()
Date: November 23, 2020 08:46AM

Schedules are in place and at least some teams are conducting some level of workouts, but whether or not they play is totally up in the air. I suspect the coaches and admins have been instructed to keep quiet. It is just too early to tell given the explosion with Covid that is only going to get worse.

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Re: High School Football 2020
Posted by: regionwatcher 2020 ()
Date: November 23, 2020 09:27AM

Does anyone really think they will play in the spring? With the way things looks right now.....very doubtful. My guess is they may have some sort of 7v7 tournament in late May and call it a season.


Yes, some teams are doing limited workouts, per FCPS rules and some teams probably doing a lot more.

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Posted by: EPBK7 ()
Date: November 23, 2020 06:53PM

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