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Football Playoff picture coming into focus...........
Posted on Thu, 23 Oct 2014 by Rocketman
OHSAA Football Computer Ratings – Oct. 21, 2014
(top 16 from both regions will qualify for the playoffs)
Region 1 - 1. Hudson (8-0) 30.075, 2. Westerville Central (8-0) 23.6, 3. Powell Olentangy Liberty (7-1) 22.8125, 4. Mentor (8-0) 20.7125, 5. Austintown-Fitch (6-1) 19.3052, 6. Cle. St. Ignatius (6-2) 18.7923, 7. Berea-Midpark (7-1) 18.4625, 8. Solon (5-3) 15.9125, 9. Wadsworth (6-2) 15.9, 10. Lakewood St. Edward (6-2) 15.7527, 11. Strongsville (6-2) 14.524, 12. Elyria (5-3) 13.0875, 13. Massillon Perry (5-3) 12.55, 14. Canton GlenOak (5-3) 12.375, 15. Tol. Whitmer (5-3) 12.3, 16. Massillon Jackson (5-3) 12.125, 17. Lorain (5-3) 12.0375, 18. Stow-Munroe Falls (6-2) 11.3, 19. Brunswick (5-3) 10.5297, 20. Findlay (5-3) 10.4125
Region 2 - 1. Huber Hts. Wayne (8-0) 26.2615, 2. Cent...
Former Ohio Coaches finding the sledding tough out of state....
Posted on Thu, 18 Sep 2014 by Rocketman
I saw a mention of how former Kenton Head Coach Mike Mauk was doing down in Missouri with his new team and thought about one of the RC's favorite head coaches........Coach Jerry Cooper, formerly of LCC. One of the posters stated that the problem at Kenton was that the new head coach wasn't nearly the coach as the former.....A good argument, but someone else mentioned that T-A-L-E-N-T is also very important......Coach Mauk has started the year 0-4 with his new school and Coach Cooper and the Seymour Eagles have also stumbled out of the gate with a 1-3 mark...They have also been outscored 116-66 in their four games........hardly LCC-esque stats......while Coach Mauk surely had some very good reasons to leave Kenton, going 0-4 to start the season is not exactly what he had in mind when taking over this program I'm thinkin'.........can't see this gig lasting longer than the current year if things remain the same...........Coach Cooper down in Seymour also has to be kicking himself for leaving LCC when he did....yea, I know that his wife wanted to retire and such, b...
FANDUEL.......Fantasy Football on Steroids!
Posted on Thu, 18 Sep 2014 by Rocketman
Not certain if our members are familiar with the concept of FANDUEL.....kinda like Fantasy Football on steroids is how one person explain it...
The RC would like to offer this to our members who believe they think they know more about
football than the next guy....for those of you interested, I have posted the link to
FANDUEL......don't forget to use ROCKETCORNER in the promo code section.....this will
enable you to received up to $200 in free money when signing up.....Sis and I are
currently playing and the strategy involved is pretty intense, especially for me!...
Good luck RM
Later on we might even start a RC FANDUEL League where you can match your wits against
other RC members.....this is something that could take the place of the RC Fantasy League
OHSAA says....."Baze ball has been berry, berry good to me!"
Posted on Thu, 17 Jul 2014 by Rocketman
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COLUMBUS, Ohio – Five-time state baseball tournament umpire Dan McGinnis is the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s new Director of Officiating Development for baseball, OHSAA Assistant Commissioner Beau Rugg has announced. McGinnis takes over for the retired Kyle McNeely, who held the post since 2009.
A native of Columbus, McGinnis was named Ohio’s 2013 Baseball Official of the Year. He is a past president of the Central Ohio Baseball Umpires Association and now serves on the Board of Directors of UMPS CARE Charities, a non-profit organization established by Major League Baseball umpires (www.umpscare.com
Under Rugg’s leadership, McGinnis joins 11 other individuals who serve as the OHSAA Director of Officiating Development in their respective sport. The Directors serve as instructors, state rules interpreters, official’s observers, liaisons with local officials associations and consultants to the OHSAA. More information...