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Each week during the fall sports seasons (regular and post), we will hold a fan-generated contest on JJHuddle to tab a weekly Team and Player of the Week in each sport. Each weekly winner will receive awards.

There will also be Player & Team of the Year voting in each sport at the conclusion of the respective seasons.

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  • #31
    Any new news on the MOAC...By the way, where did that thread go?

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    • #32
      Galion applied to the MOAC on 1/12.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by paladin View Post
        Galion applied to the MOAC on 1/12.
        So much for the Three team solidarity pact...

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        • #34
          100% Solid Information
          Upper Sandusky has been asked to replace Ridgedale and (assuming they accept) will be in the MOAC West with River Valley, Pleasant, North Union, Buckeye Valley, Fairbanks and Jonathon Alder. Elgin will be in the East with Highland, Cardington, Mt. Gilead, Northmor, Fredericktown and Centerburg.

          This makes two 7 team divisions and wouldn't work in football as the East teams do not want to crossover for games during their conference bye week (7 teams mean you have 3 games and a bye each week which could be solved by playing the bye week team in the other division but they won't do it). Therefore, 2 more teams are being invited to the league....one team per division. Not sure if I am allowed to say who they are yet so I am editing them out for now but I will say one is northeast of Marion and the other is east of I-71.

          Looks like the MOAC will be a 16 team conference pretty quickly.
          Last edited by wallpass; 01-30-2012, 01:10 PM.

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          • #35
            The Northern Buckeye Conference will remain in tact for next year as the league issued a joint statement a day or so ago stating that the eight schools are happy with the league and will be moving forward with all members remaining in the league. There had been some jj conjecture about this team and that team leaving but as it turns out, evidently those rumors were just that and no changes will impact the league for 2012-2013.

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            • #36
              Elgin in the East?.... that wont go over well... some folks from Elgin didnt want JA in cause of travel. See how well this works out...

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              • #37
                Originally posted by wallpass View Post
                100% Solid Information
                Upper Sandusky has been asked to replace Ridgedale and (assuming they accept) will be in the MOAC West with River Valley, Pleasant, North Union, Buckeye Valley, Fairbanks and Jonathon Alder. Elgin will be in the East with Highland, Cardington, Mt. Gilead, Northmor, Fredericktown and Centerburg.

                This makes two 7 team divisions and wouldn't work in football as the East teams do not want to crossover for games during their conference bye week (7 teams mean you have 3 games and a bye each week which could be solved by playing the bye week team in the other division but they won't do it). Therefore, 2 more teams are being invited to the league....one team per division. Not sure if I am allowed to say who they are yet so I am editing them out for now but I will say one is northeast of Marion and the other is east of I-71.

                Looks like the MOAC will be a 16 team conference pretty quickly.
                Galion and East Knox would fit those descriptions. But what if the Richland County thing comes to frutation? It's bigger schools than Galion, but it's teams they already play and all are within 25 miles. Galion to Fairbanks and JA is an absolute haul and you have zero history with those two schools.

                If East Knox goes, it's a blow to Danville. East Knox would have to accept though as they are left with nothing else.

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                • #38
                  It is Elgin that wants the East division. As far as travel goes it makes a lot more sense for them to be in the West but they don't feel like they will be able to compete in that division as their district continues to shrink in student numbers.

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                  • #39
                    ^^^ Wallpass is absolutely right about Elgin wanting to be in the small division plus Highland. That is why they tried to get in the Northern 10 league with Ridgedale.

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by wallpass View Post
                      100% Solid Information
                      Upper Sandusky has been asked to replace Ridgedale and (assuming they accept) will be in the MOAC West with River Valley, Pleasant, North Union, Buckeye Valley, Fairbanks and Jonathon Alder. Elgin will be in the East with Highland, Cardington, Mt. Gilead, Northmor, Fredericktown and Centerburg.

                      This makes two 7 team divisions and wouldn't work in football as the East teams do not want to crossover for games during their conference bye week (7 teams mean you have 3 games and a bye each week which could be solved by playing the bye week team in the other division but they won't do it). Therefore, 2 more teams are being invited to the league....one team per division. Not sure if I am allowed to say who they are yet so I am editing them out for now but I will say one is northeast of Marion and the other is east of I-71.

                      Looks like the MOAC will be a 16 team conference pretty quickly.
                      Then why not two 8 team leagues?

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                      • #41
                        The MOAC is now pursuing Galion for the large division and East Knox for the small division plus Highland for two 8 team divisions.

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                        • #42
                          Heard East Knox has been asked and accepted. Still crossing t's and dotting i's.

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                          • #43
                            So if it is Galion & E. Knox? is Elgin still goin to be in the East division?..

                            I still believe when Elgin's new HS gets built, the #'s will go up after 3-5 years..

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by paladin View Post
                              Then why not two 8 team leagues?
                              That would be to easy.. :P

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                              • #45
                                It's a no-brainer for East Knox. It's that or life as an independent.

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