FRA vs CHSPC Football
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Since: Jul 07

BRLA

#1 Aug 3, 2007
I don't know why nobody's really looked at this game much. Catholic has lost a lot, and FRA has kept most of their players. Catholic might have to resort to the run, which is what False River is pretty good at defending. I do believe Catholic will still be faster than the Gators this year. Any ideas/info/opinions on the game. And please, no one talk about the field being wet.
Gator Fan

Livonia, LA

#2 Aug 3, 2007
I hope it is a well played game that is clean by both the players and fans. I think if the Gators play a good game with few mistakes they have a chance to win. I hate to say it, but I still think CHSPC has the best team in the parish (I truly hate to say that). If CHSPC makes any mistakes, the Gators must take advantage of them. We all know the weaknesses as well as the strenghts of both teams, so you must agree that this has the potential to be the game to watch in the parish!
Somebody

Ponchatoula, LA

#3 Aug 3, 2007
I really wish the conditions would have been better for last year's game. With conditions like that, it is hard to tell who is the better team, although I'm pretty sure Catholic was the better team. I hope the conditions are good for this year's game, because it could be one of the best we've seen in a while. The reason nobody is talking about this game is because there isn't any "shittalkers" on here from Catholic or FRA, which I am glad to see. We need to keep a higher standard on and off the field, let's kick the crap out of the other parish schools, then settle the score on the 10th week, what do you say? Should be a good one!!!
Gator Fan

Livonia, LA

#4 Aug 3, 2007
I agree 100%. I was talking about this very topic today with one of my buddies. Isn't it funny that the two teams that went 1-9 last year consider themselves the best in the parish? I quess if you have bad years for a while all you can do is talk. The only problem with this is the players from those two schools are being pulled in the middle and starting to talk trash. I think as much as FRA and CHSPC would like to beat each other, they still respect each others programs and the kids!
Lady Tiger Fan

Baton Rouge, LA

#5 Aug 3, 2007
Somebody wrote:
I really wish the conditions would have been better for last year's game. With conditions like that, it is hard to tell who is the better team, although I'm pretty sure Catholic was the better team. I hope the conditions are good for this year's game, because it could be one of the best we've seen in a while. The reason nobody is talking about this game is because there isn't any "shittalkers" on here from Catholic or FRA, which I am glad to see. We need to keep a higher standard on and off the field, let's kick the crap out of the other parish schools, then settle the score on the 10th week, what do you say? Should be a good one!!!
Lets not think any of this is personal each fan group has its shit talkers its all in being a fan. Everyone hopes for their team to be the best and are proud when they do well. As for me I am a fan of the underdog I dont have a kid that attends PCCHS but i want to see the program improve. I bragged on CHSPC last year because they were our Pointe Coupee kids. I cheered for FRA when they played LAB, and even attended LHS home and away games. I dont understand why when two local teams play each other its them against us when most times our family members and neighbors are on the opposing stands and sidelines. I would be extatic if every school in the parish went deep into the playoffs, that would show the level of talent we produce in this area. So everyone just take a chill pill and cheer for everyone regardless of what school it is.Good luck CHSPC(except Aug. 31) LOL, good luck LHS, good luck FRA(except when you play pcchs)LOL, and good luck PCCHS! I will not be making any more comments on the football threads because people are getting sensitive and its not worth it. None of us really know how these KIDS will perform.
beentraded

Utica, KY

#6 Aug 4, 2007
hey. i know that ppl. get sensative to my comments.. maybe because i am just a fan. but its all fun and sports. dont get me wrong the competition is fierce, but its all about the local games baby! its about whipping ass and bragging about it for a year!!! its local rivalry and COMPETITION. so im just here for the sport.. not to get in stat arguments.
Somebody

Ponchatoula, LA

#7 Aug 4, 2007
Yeah, I have to admit, I am kind of tired of talking and just ready for some f%*#@!$ football. I'm sure talking will start again when that time comes around.
beentraded

Utica, KY

#8 Aug 4, 2007
lets jus wait until the local games start2394
Diamondhead

Livonia, LA

#9 Aug 5, 2007
Coach Allen will show CHSPC that his mystique over them has returned. FRA will bring the pain. His slow boys are known for power, the Hornets better strap'em on tight for the Gators will show 0 mercy.
Gator Fan

Livonia, LA

#10 Aug 10, 2007
Where is everyone? All the talk before, and now this! What has happened at your schools?
Mike

Baton Rouge, LA

#11 Aug 30, 2007
Greatness wrote:
I don't know why nobody's really looked at this game much. Catholic has lost a lot, and FRA has kept most of their players. Catholic might have to resort to the run, which is what False River is pretty good at defending. I do believe Catholic will still be faster than the Gators this year. Any ideas/info/opinions on the game. And please, no one talk about the field being wet.
The field was wet & nasty, but both teams were on the same field. As for having to resort to the run, if you remember that night the wind was blowing like 8000 mph. There was no passing going on. It was a running game then.
Go FRA

Union, SC

#12 Aug 30, 2007
Mike wrote:
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The field was wet & nasty, but both teams were on the same field. As for having to resort to the run, if you remember that night the wind was blowing like 8000 mph. There was no passing going on. It was a running game then.
It's about time FRA handed CHS there "you know whats" on a silver platter
Somebody

Hammond, LA

#13 Sep 1, 2007
Go FRA wrote:
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It's about time FRA handed CHS there "you know whats" on a silver platter
Settle down, that's not till week 10.
A Person

Folsom, LA

#14 Nov 3, 2007
Diamondhead wrote:
Coach Allen will show CHSPC that his mystique over them has returned. FRA will bring the pain. His slow boys are known for power, the Hornets better strap'em on tight for the Gators will show 0 mercy.
haha catholic didnt show any mercy i dont know wat you were talking about wit FRA, catholic was teh better team last year and is the better team this year i mean look at the records
A Person

Folsom, LA

#15 Nov 3, 2007
i mean come on 48 CHSPC - 000 FRA
Diamondhead

Livonia, LA

#16 Nov 4, 2007
A Person wrote:
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haha catholic didnt show any mercy i dont know wat you were talking about wit FRA, catholic was teh better team last year and is the better team this year i mean look at the records
I have to give credit where it is due and CHSPC is the premier in the parish and state. I made this comment before I saw either team play, but changed my mind after the jamborees. Good luck to the Hornets in the playoffs, I don't think the rest of the state realize what's coming their way. I think CHS has as good a chance as anyone at making a run to the top. Hope to see you in the dome, for I will be there.
THUNDER

Folsom, LA

#17 Nov 4, 2007
I REALLY DOUBT THAT,IST ROUND WIN THATS BOUT IT WHEN IT COMES TO A FASTER TEAM THAT WOULD SHO THERE FLAWS BUT ONLY MY OPINION GOOD LUCK
Somebody

Avon, CT

#18 Nov 4, 2007
I see Catholic making a run like last years. I don't think they are Dome capable, but maybe make it to the semi-finals this year.
Somebody

Avon, CT

#19 Nov 4, 2007
Diamondhead wrote:
Coach Allen will show CHSPC that his mystique over them has returned. FRA will bring the pain. His slow boys are known for power, the Hornets better strap'em on tight for the Gators will show 0 mercy.
Coach Allen must've misplaced his mystique over CHSPC during his move to FRA because in the three games he has faced the Hornets while coach of the Gators, he has been outscored 145-22.

Oh the Glory days of coaching the Wildcats.

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Since: Jul 07

BRLA

#20 Nov 4, 2007
Two important things takes away from your statement. The first is that Allen is something along the lines of 9-3 against the Hornets (though I don't see him beating Catholic anytime soon, seeing as they keep adding the recruits). The second is 10-7. That's an important score. That ruins Weener's perfect record against the misfortunate Gators.

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