Youth tackle football in Plainfield
happytricity

Chicago, IL

#121 Sep 11, 2012
Prowler Parent wrote:
<quoted text> @Prowlerdad- why would you get involved with this mess, just worry about Villa Park this week and move on -
@Happytricity- no need to throw your chest out, glad u r happy. Hope u stay that way but what in the world does you having 100 kids have to do with it? We're HAPPY FOR YOU.,,, You have 100, we have 118 , Saints have over 100 so your chest thumping on that point is null
That is all good luck
No chest thumping~clearly you have a comprehension problem. My point on having 100 players, was that we are playing teams in our league with over 600. Prowler dad was saying we were up against smaller teams, and that was why w were winning. THAT was my point!!!
futbol

United States

#122 Sep 11, 2012
happytricity wrote:
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@prowlerdad~I looked at all the teams your prowlers player, and unless Plainfield school district currently, or plans to, play teams from Addison or Chicago~you arent playing anyone you son woul be playing against is hs(minus the oswego warriors~which my guess was started because tricounty oswego teams are so big, fill up fast, and their isnt enough room for all of oswego). We do not play Coal City OR Wilmington, so before you start assuming~check our website, as I did yours, to get the facts straight. And, if we play towns with such small teams/number~please explaine to my my Oswego has 4 teams,at each level, totalling over 600 kids? We have about 100, with 1 team at each level! Just some ideas for thought...
You did play Somonauk which doesn't even have Football at there 2A highschool as well as Seneca which is also a very small high school. Plano HS is also much smaller. All of the teams you play would not be at the same level of competition next year at the h.s. level for your varsity players that will be Freshman next year.No one needs to imply that these teams "suck." But it's a clear hard fact that when a team consists of kids from several much larger towns...most likely they will have a larger number of bigger, faster,more talented kids when compared to a team that has kids from 1 small town that struggles for numbers. No point in denying it. And no point in being defensive. There is a reason Seneca and Coal City don't play Morris in HS football. There is a reason the conferences are determined by school size.
Yes sir

United States

#123 Sep 11, 2012
happytricity wrote:
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@prowlerdad~I looked at all the teams your prowlers player, and unless Plainfield school district currently, or plans to, play teams from Addison or Chicago~you arent playing anyone you son woul be playing against is hs(minus the oswego warriors~which my guess was started because tricounty oswego teams are so big, fill up fast, and their isnt enough room for all of oswego). We do not play Coal City OR Wilmington, so before you start assuming~check our website, as I did yours, to get the facts straight. And, if we play towns with such small teams/number~please explaine to my my Oswego has 4 teams,at each level, totalling over 600 kids? We have about 100, with 1 team at each level! Just some ideas for thought...
Glad Tricity is doing well. I am sure the kids are having a ball. My thought after looking at the league you play in. I am thinking its more like a inhouse travel league. You have four Oswego teams that are made up to be 4 even teams when it comes to talent. Two Chanooka teams and a lot of little towns. Half your league is from 2 towns. Looking at the Morris team they have not one a game at any level. The stronger team in town is the Morris Warriors. Look I hope you guys win it all but your acting like your playing in the Chicago Catholic League blue Division. Have fun GO BLUE!!!!
Bring it on

Joliet, IL

#124 Sep 11, 2012
futbol wrote:
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You did play Somonauk which doesn't even have Football at there 2A highschool as well as Seneca which is also a very small high school. Plano HS is also much smaller. All of the teams you play would not be at the same level of competition next year at the h.s. level for your varsity players that will be Freshman next year.No one needs to imply that these teams "suck." But it's a clear hard fact that when a team consists of kids from several much larger towns...most likely they will have a larger number of bigger, faster,more talented kids when compared to a team that has kids from 1 small town that struggles for numbers. No point in denying it. And no point in being defensive. There is a reason Seneca and Coal City don't play Morris in HS football. There is a reason the conferences are determined by school size.
Put your money where your mouth is...Stop talking smack, and bring it on. Well play your team any day. We play the teams that are on our schedule. I look at all these leagues and they all have teams that may not play well. Oswego has two teams in the plainfield HS conference, Minooka is also in the conference. I bet none of the other plainfield teams play that many conference teams. Prowlers play oswego. Saints play Oswego, PJC plays no one. So stop your crying because you made a poor choice and your kids team is not that good. Worry about making your team better instead of worry about who everyone else plays. Its youth football dumb ass. Some of these kids at the lower levels will never see starting action on the high school football field. I seen kids that were stars at PJC playing high school ball that cant even get on the playing field. I seen a kid who played for the prowlers who was recognized as their best player, look terrible in four hs games....GET OVER YOURSELF. And worry about your team
Bring it on

Joliet, IL

#125 Sep 11, 2012
Yes sir wrote:
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Glad Tricity is doing well. I am sure the kids are having a ball. My thought after looking at the league you play in. I am thinking its more like a inhouse travel league. You have four Oswego teams that are made up to be 4 even teams when it comes to talent. Two Chanooka teams and a lot of little towns. Half your league is from 2 towns. Looking at the Morris team they have not one a game at any level. The stronger team in town is the Morris Warriors. Look I hope you guys win it all but your acting like your playing in the Chicago Catholic League blue Division. Have fun GO BLUE!!!!
Again its easy to hide behind fake screen names set up a scrimmage, well play you. Rather then talk negative about a team. We have to play with the boys that sign up to play unlike PJC who gets to take the best 20 kids out of 300 to play for their team. We've offered to scrimmage Prowlers, PJC, Saints. We have to go to Downers Grove to get a scrimmage.

Bring it on Yes sir.
uh what

Garden City, MI

#126 Sep 11, 2012
And like I said,you implied were only winning cuz were playing inferior teams, then I said play us. no answer. if you're going to cowardly sit on a computer and make accusations ,back it up.. I was with the prowlers as last year and scenea would dominate your "white" division.... you know the easy division you play in
Prowler Parent

Plainfield, IL

#127 Sep 11, 2012
uh what wrote:
And like I said,you implied were only winning cuz were playing inferior teams, then I said play us. no answer. if you're going to cowardly sit on a computer and make accusations ,back it up.. I was with the prowlers as last year and scenea would dominate your "white" division.... you know the easy division you play in
So testy- yes I agree with your quote on the white division the Prowlers played in last year it was a joke- just a an Fyi due to it being a joke it has changed and no longer exist in that structure- all 32 teams play for one spot to Florida in the same playoff bracket in post season so I would lose that argument. Not sure on Seneca but don't think they could go to Hyde Park or Berwyn and dominate. Anyhow good luck to you and hope all go well.

Last can we stop all the scrimmage talk- due to weight restrictions that differ in each league it won't happen. It does no team any good, because of the set up one team is always going to be better than the other- also it opens both leagues up to huge insurance liability if someone gets hurt playing outside of their weight structure. That is why it can't happen
Yes sir

United States

#128 Sep 11, 2012
Bring it on wrote:
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Again its easy to hide behind fake screen names set up a scrimmage, well play you. Rather then talk negative about a team. We have to play with the boys that sign up to play unlike PJC who gets to take the best 20 kids out of 300 to play for their team. We've offered to scrimmage Prowlers, PJC, Saints. We have to go to Downers Grove to get a scrimmage.
Bring it on Yes sir.
FYI Bring it on your using a screen name also. Dont throw stones when you live in a glass house. LMAO!!! My kids are in High School so they are a little old to play at PJC. Your are 100% right about PJC picking the best 20 kids. 300 might be an off number lmao. Why so bitter Bring it on my statements are all true. Your having a great year so enjoy it Bring it on. When you look back after your kids get in to high school none of this youth sports shit will matter. No daddy to hold your hand and you will really find out who the athletes are.
God

Chicago, IL

#129 Sep 14, 2012
You people should all be put in prison for letting your young children play football, knowing in the end half of them will end up retarded from all of the head trauma. Its obvious that the coaches in Tri City played when they were kids.Just look at the stuff they are posting on here. DER
Hello

Plainfield, IL

#130 Sep 16, 2012
Tri-City is rolling
Cheech

Chicago, IL

#131 Sep 17, 2012
Joints?
God

Chicago, IL

#132 Sep 17, 2012
Haha seems I struck a nerve with everyone! Be smart and get your kids off the football field and on to a soccer field. Football is a dying sport anyway. 10 years from now we will be telling our kids and grandkids about a violent sport that we used to play called "football" and they wont believe us!
Yes sir

United States

#133 Sep 17, 2012
God wrote:
Haha seems I struck a nerve with everyone! Be smart and get your kids off the football field and on to a soccer field. Football is a dying sport anyway. 10 years from now we will be telling our kids and grandkids about a violent sport that we used to play called "football" and they wont believe us!
Whats the hardest part of soccer?? Telling your parents your gay.
Yes sir

United States

#134 Sep 17, 2012
God wrote:
Haha seems I struck a nerve with everyone! Be smart and get your kids off the football field and on to a soccer field. Football is a dying sport anyway. 10 years from now we will be telling our kids and grandkids about a violent sport that we used to play called "football" and they wont believe us!
http://www.livestrong.com/article/160102-spor...

Ya soccer is real safe. lmao
God

Chicago, IL

#135 Sep 18, 2012
Whats the hardest part about grammar? Knowing how to use it! You're Gay, not your Gay!!!
Yes sir

United States

#136 Sep 18, 2012
God wrote:
Whats the hardest part about grammar? Knowing how to use it! You're Gay, not your Gay!!!
Thats the best you got God. LMAO You must of played soccer when you were a kid.
God

Chicago, IL

#137 Sep 18, 2012
Yes sir wrote:
<quoted text>Thats the best you got God. LMAO You must of played soccer when you were a kid.
And you must HAVE(not of) played football Dummy!!!
Yes sir

United States

#138 Sep 18, 2012
God wrote:
<quoted text>
And you must HAVE(not of) played football Dummy!!!
Have you look at the link yet God??? You better have your kid play with dolls like you did. We would not want him to get hurt. lmao
Joe Pa

Romeoville, IL

#139 Sep 18, 2012
Wait till I tell you what I know.......
Drew - Saints

Chicago, IL

#140 Nov 6, 2012
We came from PJC, and I won't say anything bad there. It serves the community well. We have been with the Saints for two years. We had winning seasons both years with a high number of scholars on my teams. We do push grades first football second. I have watched the Saints improve their organization each year. Nothing happens over night, but with Pop Warner, there are enough checks and balances to guide them. The board was new and were learning what to do and how to do it. They took some lumps and make changes each year to try to offer a better program for the kids. We will finish out my child's youth football with the Saints. They have shown they care how he and the rest of my team do. They are interested in the kids as individuals, athletes, and students. The organizations trys to develop all participants into better students, athletes, and better citizens. Yes they are learning the best way to run a program, but at least we see them trying to improve every year.

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