Sunday, October 2, 2011

Friday Night Stars

Here are a few of the stars from around the Huron League this week.

Jordan Nellenbach, Grosse Ile: The junior RB ran for 125 yards and two TD's on just 9 carries as the 5-1 Red Devils defeated Jefferson 41-12.

Caleb Schumake, Airport: The Jet senior carried the ball 27 times for 145 yards and two TD's in Airport's 35-14 win over Huron.

Cory Turner, Riverview: The 6'3" 200 lb senior caught six passes for 86 yards and recorded 12 tackles in the Pirates 31-29 come from behind victory over SMCC.

Dave Minckeweicz, Flat Rock: The Ram senior had 10 tackles and 2 sacks to go along with a 15 yard TD reception in Flat Rock's 21-14 victory over Milan.

Jim Williams, Huron: The speedy sophomore recorded 14 tackles for the Chiefs in their 35-14 loss to Airport.

Matt Gibbons, Riverview: The senior signal caller completed 15 of 19 passes for 159 yards in the View's victory over SMCC>

20 comments:

Anonymous said...

Players of the week...the Flat Rock Rams. Always playing unselfish and always playing for each other. Forget the record, these kids play for the ones willing to put on the uniform. What more can you ask for from a team sport? Each and every one of these kids will go far in life with that attitude.

Last three games at home, GO RAMS!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Another star should be Martenson from Milan. The kid can flat out catch a ball.

Anonymous said...

I cant wait to see who is angry and upset with the players of the week choices. Something that has happened for 2 years now.

Anonymous said...

You do not have any stars in this league.
The only stars that are our in this league are the stars in the sky.

Anonymous said...

Kids getting on here with nothing intelligent to say ref. 2:09. Why post this stuff Chris?

Anonymous said...

Didn't know Gibbons was a capable passer, good for him. Shumake was a solid workhorse, as usual. EM

Huronleaguefootball said...

I figured it was one of those Monroe fans who always rip the Huron League on Mlive.

Why don't you let'em have it?

Anonymous said...

Really 2:09 Poster? What team do you play for? Oh that's right they don't have a team for sitting behind a screen and hitting the anonymous button after you type some garbage like that! There is plenty of talent in this "Huron League" Just shut your mouth and please don't speak until you have something halfway intelligent to say or you are at least "MAN" enough to put a name with it !

Jeff (Flat Rock)

Anonymous said...

2;09, Or Are you are a fellow Huron Leaguer that graduated within the last 5 years that thinks you would of "Tore these kids up"....either way just go away until you have something intelligent to say! Let me guess you were NFL material? Thats why you are sitting anonymous on a High School blog telling everybody that there are "No Stars" in the league. Well since the only stars are the ones outside do us all a favor...Go outside and "Look up" and watch all the stars you want and STAY OFF THIS BLOG! If there are no "STARS" than why are you on here following the blog ....Can't bring back your glory days...unless you are going to be a League supporter...move on ...nothing interesting here right?
Great Blog Chris ..Keep up the good work!

Anonymous said...

Didn't know Gibbons was a capable passer, good for him. Shumake was a solid workhorse, as usual.

He doesn't have to be a great passer, Giarmo's defense cannot stop the pass, look at all his losses in the playoffs.

Anonymous said...

2 trolling pieces of trash @ 10:25 and 2:09. Typical troll behavior.
Not worth the time typing to respond....at least sign your blog name you gutless chumps.

It's easy:
*@*# - head (nowhereville)

Nice pick for Jordan....super kid that has true passion and love of the game...GI's best lateral mover and makes kids whiff...BAD. (kinda like TEEN did...)

SITOFN

Net Heads said...

Chris.....this can all be solved with a free simple program that posts your bloggers IP address automatically at the bottom of every message. That way no one is "anonymous", and abuse can be tracked. Folks are not going to get to cocky once that IP is up for everyone to see!

Huronleaguefootball said...

I can solve it very easily. The problem is that nobody will post a thing if I do that. Just look at the Examiner page. There hasnt been one post this year.

I guess what I need to do is censor a little bit better.

Anonymous said...

Chris, Ignore the people who come on the blog and say mindless stuff. I think most would agree, that you don't need to do anything better. This is a great venue for us to discuss and share thoughts, brag, and disagree about Huron League Football Players, Coaches and Teams.. I like what you did and allowed "the faithful, true bloggers" go on the attack.

Its great how they were immediately put in check by your followers. My vote, is, "dont' change a thing". Great job.

--Bears Fan-

Anonymous said...

ROFL at Net head. Huron league blog tough guy LOL. Chris is right though, nobody will post. Just admit it bro, we are all afraid (except chris).

Huronleaguefootball said...

Nobody likes me anyway!

Anonymous said...

Hey Bears Fan I think Jefferson stinks, do you agree?

;D


How were we kept in check bro?


Chris usually has good picks on here. You can only pick so many people. Some hardworking players may get overlooked but such is life. Go get em next week.

Anonymous said...

9:06 poster.. Jefferson and their faithful all know that its time for a change. That doesn't happen when you have a coach who has been at the helm. Just wait for the next regime to take over. Devoted and knowledgeable.

Put in check? Yeah, I guess your right. No one was really. Point was, if your not here to discuss the Huron League and only criticize, maybe you should find another blog...

Gonna be another great week of competition in the HL...

--Bears Fan

Anonymous said...

My guess is the 2 hoodlems leaving the posts are washed up 19 or 20 year old kids still hanging around high school games because they're not good enough for college ball.

Anonymous said...

matt bacon is a good kicker.