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  1. I do not think any setsports.com coverage area coaching staffs wait each week to read setxsports posts to get info to help game planning.
  2. I believe Barrow was a Neuman asst. coach since '93/'94 & worked his way up to Nederland OC & been the guy choosing the offensive plays since the late 90's. Uncle Larry was a big defensive guy & focused more on that side of the ball.
  3. Shows how great Coach Comeaux was leading the png vball program all those years.
  4. Someone in Nederland Football program broke his or her heart at some point in life & setxsports football forum is he or she's negative venting outlet. I pray the forum has started spideys healing process from this inner pain.🙏🙏
  5. Any update on any of Crosby's injured starters coming back for this game?
  6. Sterling 3-2 over Nederland Game 1- 25-13 Sterling Game 2- 24- 19 Sterling Game 3- 25- 22 Nederland Game 4- 25- 14 Nederland Game 5- 17- 15 Sterling
  7. 1. Barbers Hill 2. Fort Bend Marshall 3. Dayton 4. New Caney Porter 5. Port Arthur Memorial 6. Nederland 7. Liberty 8. Jasper 9. Little Cypress-Mauriceville 10. Huffman 11. West Orange-Stark 12. Anahuac 13. East Chambers 14. Kountze 15. Newton 16. Orangefield 17. Woodville 18. Deweyville 19. Shelbyville 20. Groveton 21. Hull-Daisetta 22. West Sabine 23. Brazos Valley 24. Leverett's Chapel 25. The Woodlands Christian
  8. Dayton has a solid team this year. Good offense, good defense, good special teams & executed well. Respect to Coach Ware & his staff. Nederland did not show up at all for this game, looked like they were more focused on the homecoming festivities.
  9. Not my pick'ems, always a gamble in 6 man
  10. I had Anahuac in my pick'ems with a solid team, all the potential D1 talented QB talk & at home, figured they could pull it out. Bobcats slot T proves me wrong & grinds out another win.
  11. Coming off big win, Kingwood Park football looks to keep strong start going vs. La Porte Marcus Gutierrez, Staff writer Houston Chronicle Sep. 28, 2022Updated: Sep. 29, 2022 9:35 a.m. Everything that could go wrong last Friday night for Kingwood Park happened. The Panthers faced adversity before stepping on the field against Crosby when the defensive bus broke down. The K-Park defense would make it to Cougar Stadium, but then the Panthers found themselves down 15-0 after the first quarter. They fought back, but trailed 22-17 at halftime. “When we went into halftime talking about different things, they had the look in their eye that they were about to get this done,” Kingwood Park coach Clayton Maple said. “They don’t want to let each other down. This group of kids play so hard for each other, and our senior leadership really helps as well. This is a great group of kids and they let us coach them, which is good.” K-Park went on to defeat Crosby 49-22 to remain undefeated in district play. It was the first time in history the Panthers defeated Crosby in 11 tries all-time. It was a particularly sweet victory given the Panthers were outscored 122-30 by the Cougars the past two seasons. “All the leaders on the team and the coaches just told everyone that the game isn’t over yet,” left tackle Erick Zapata said. “We knew that we hadn’t played our best game yet and still had another half to go out and win the game. You know last year we thought that we would be winning like this, but it didn’t happen. Everyone is stronger, faster and smarter so we feel real confident when we step on the field.” Up next for K-Park (4-1, 3-0) is La Porte (4-1,3-0), led by new coach Kevin Berneathy, in a matchup of District 8-5A Division I unbeatens at 7 p.m. Thursday at Turner Stadium. Zapata is among a core group of seniors leading K-Park this season. Quarterback Patrick Overmyer is off to a great start leading the Panthers’ offense. The dual-threat QB is 57-of-105 for 809 yards with 10 touchdowns to one interception. On the ground, he has 37 carries for 331 yards with seven TDs. Fellow senior Pierce Richards, Overmyer's favorite target and close friend, has 33 receptions for 439 yards with six touchdowns. They're trying to help K-Park make the playoffs for the first time since 2019. The Panthers, off to the best start in school history in district play, never have never won an outright district title. In 2011, K-Park shared the District 18-4A title with Willis and Summer Creek. Maple credits the adversity his team has faced the past two seasons to helping the Panthers start this season on a strong note. “The experience factor for our guys is what helps us the most,” Maple said. “Their belief and confidence that they have built over the last couple of years is helping us. Last season, we ended on a three-game winning streak, and we really told the guys that we can start this season just like we ended last season. We have a lot of good things going on right now, but we’re just taking it one game and one day at a time.” Zapata and the rest of the seniors know this is the time to leave a legacy at K-Park. The seniors want to make sure that the underclassmen know how important it is to be a Panther on the field, in the classroom and in the community. “As seniors, we really want to set the culture,” Zapata said. “We want to see these younger guys continue the tradition of winning at Kingwood Park. One day, the guys who are behind us are going to have to lead when we’re gone, and we have to make sure they’re ready when their time comes on the field to be a starter.”
  12. Richland Springs titles are in 6 man football, I only listed 11 man.
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