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Date Posted: 20:37:38 01/23/07 Tue
Author: Mike
Subject: Yeah
In reply to: Noffsinger 's message, "yeah" on 20:00:35 01/23/07 Tue

Seems to me the tourney is going ot be amazing this year. I actually think that at least 5 or 6 teams could get hot and win it all this year. I still think St Thomas is the best team I have seen this far but I have yet to see Kearsarge or Portsmouth. But with them having two losses I do not beleive that any team this year can be called the best team in I. Playoff matchups will be huge and you may even see some home teams bounced in the first round
How in the heck did Kennet beat Oyster River. I seen Oyster River play Hollis earlier in the year and they looked like a JV team that game. Please someone explain how that game happened. St THomas loses to Oyster River and then Kennet beats Oyster River? Man class I is strange this year...

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