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Date Posted: 06:58:18 03/17/08 Mon
Author: Old Coach
Subject: Undefeated Teams

Each class had an undefeated team this year. Congratulations to Salem and Conant for bringing home a state championship. Wilton lost in the finals and had to settle for a runner-up trophy (they lost to a high powered Colebrook offense). That brings us to Oyster River - great season, but losing early in play offs again. The last time Oyster River played in a title game they had 2 Friels on the team. Always a top 4 team in regular season, then an early exit in the tournament. The constant here is the coach. The Bobcats have very good players every year, but the 2008 coach of the year (what a joke!!!)does not put together the right chemistry for play offs. Time for a change in Durham.

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