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WGH, Badger rivalry based on respect

August 22, 2013

During the course of many years, rivalries tend to grow an animosity between the two teams involved, no matter where in the world they are located....

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thebear402

Aug-22-13 7:36 AM

Thinking about the call for separate divisions for parochial schools:

A few days ago, on a post from a similar article, someone slammed WGH, saying they had six times the boys as Badger. Okay, that is true. However, Badger has no football program, so, unlike Harding, the best athletes are not playing football instead of soccer. Should Badger, and the other northern Trumbull County schools with no football programs, be in a separate division for soccer?

What about schools with open enrollment? I have a friend whose son plays for Poland, he is livid that Boardman has open enrollment and gets ('gets' is my word, his word is 'recruits') athetes from Youngstown city. Should open enrollment schools, including Howland, have their own divisions?

Food for thought.

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