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Published: Saturday, Oct. 10 2009 12:38 a.m. MDT

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WOW

Congrats N. Sevier that is a great win for your program. Hope it gives the team some more confidence. Also, looking like S. Sevier is going down. They are definitely beatable, and are losing momentum. Probably peaked with the Millard game. They've had two weak showings the last two weeks. Really, really weak schedule has not benefited them. Savor the Region title, if you can get past Enterprise, which it's looking like ya can't.

Wolves

Great win boys. You made us proud.

re: WOW

WOW N Sevier won a game!!Sure S. Sevier is beatable. Every team is beatable under the right circumstance. It just hasn't been theright circumstance for N. Sevier for 9 or 10 years.

Big Green Tractor

Yeah, South Sevier will go down soon. They skated out of a loss to Kanab this week like Tony Hawk. Millard is back in it, they just had a really bad game against South Sevier. If they were to play each other again now, I'm sure Millard would come away with a win. Oh, good job on the win North Sevier!

Good Job

Nice win Wolves...you deserve it.

GOOD JOB

Woohoo N. Sevier. Props to the coaches and boys.

2A

Little harder in 2A isn't it North Sevier!

SS 2A reminder

with their last two wins totaling seven points over two barely .500 struggling teams. lets remember, It's their best year ever!

Really?

This is 2A people...

Re: Really?

Then don't comment! Comment's like that aren't welcome here. I guarantee you that 2A-3A football has more heart and dedication than 4A-5A. Count on that.

Confused

I am confused what N. Sevier beating Grand has to do with S. Sevier? Are you people so desperate to trash talk S. Sevier that you just post this stuff anywhere? Hey maybe you could post it in the comments about Obama being awarded the Nobel Peace Prize! Get a life!

RE: Confused

One reason JD Books!

JD Books

The 2A top five:

1. South Sevier (still only undefeated team)
2. Millard (toughest schedule in 2A)
3. South Summit (only quality opponent was San Juan)
4. San Juan (Paper Tiger)
5. Enterprise (Best of the rest)

RE: RE: Confused

I'm from S. Sevier and I feel the same way about JD Books' comments. I mean really to call San Juan a paper tiger is so foolish that he really lets his true self be shown. San Juan is a quality team every year. I haven't seen them this year but it is a safe bet that they are quality again this year. Question for JD Books -- If San Juan was S. Summit's "only quality opponent", to use your own words, then how are the classified as a paper tiger?? In reality congrats to the S. Sevier team for doing what no other S. Sevier team has ever done. Good luck with rest of the season. Stay focused and play smart football.

JD Books

To: Re-Re Confused: I think San Juan is a quality team but many build them up to be the Dallas Cowboys. I and others just don't see that they are any better than anyone else, hence, a paper tiger. I concur with your congrats. Not since the days of leather helmets has there been such excitement on main street in Monroe.

Re: 2A

Is the fact that North Sevier played in 1A for the two previous seasons still trash talk material? I mean really. Not only did the boys at NS welcome going back to 2A but it wasn't their choice to play in 1A in the first place. It was the UHSAA's decision to put NS in the 1A classification. So they just did the best they could with what they were given. Also North Sevier has a record of 3-5. Three of those losses are two point losses. Close games that came down to 2-4 plays and NS didn't capatalize. With two liget losses. When the wolves come to play they can hang with the best of them. . . . . maybe not win. But the boys at North Sevier are a good team when they show up to play.

Re: Re: 2A

Nice job you stopped the trash talk

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