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Published: Thursday, March 3 2011 11:50 p.m. MST

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coach555
Duchesne, UT

"MySportsGuys" had it wrong last night when they said that there was a "controversial" first game with ICS playing Dugway in the first round....ICS proved that they belong and they are now in the top four.

SCW
Salt Lake City, UT

No one has given ICS much credit all year. They battle hard and play as a team. They may not win state this year, but I would warn all teams facing them to not take them lightly.

Tooth Detector
salt lake city, utah

The "MySportsGuys" announcers all have biases toward the public schools. Just listen to them, it's beyond belief sometimes.

1Abballfan
Panguitch, UT

Not all of the announcers.

FanofHSBall
West Jordan, UT

I can see that they have their favorites, but if you dont like it turn the volume off or dont watch it, if you complain too much they might not offer it to us, either that or go do it yourself

1A 1WAY
Cedar Hills, UT

This was a very underrated game yesterday. ICS came in against a tough Region 16 team and proved they truly do belong among the top 5 teams in 1A.
Early in the game, it looked like Tabiona would run away with the victory, but ICS adjusted, abandoned their zone, and pulled out the win. I agree with @SCW; you can not take this team lightly.

Gnzi1
Salt Lake City, UT

I agree with @SCW and coach555, ICS has been under the radar all season and definitely underated, the victory over a tough Tabiona team demonstrated the heart and determination of this TEAM. Can't wait for the game tonight, GO Lions. Also, while attending the tournament here in Richfield, it has been very interesting to hear all the talk around town concerning the relative worthiness of some of the teams in the Bracket. When was the last time no region 20 team was in the final 4?

Sports Tracker
Pleasant Grove, Utah

It's still 1A Baskeball. The level of play is still way below that of most of the tournaments. With the exception of one or two teams these games are still being played at a sub-par level. 1A does have it's share of "Nail Bitters" but the caliber of players is very low. You don't see anyone being shuffled of to a D-I school, or really even being looked at for a D-II or JC.

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