Tuesday, August 18, 2015

SMCC Falcon Schedule

8/27     7:00 pm     @ Tecumseh
9/4       7:00 pm      Riverview
9/11     7:00 pm      @ Flat Rock
9/18     7:00 pm      @ New Boston Huron
9/25     7:00 pm      Grosse Ile
10/2     7:00 pm      Carleton Airport
10/9     7:00 pm      @ Milan
10/16   7:00 pm      @ Monroe Jefferson
10/23   7:00 pm      Lansing Catholic Central



19 comments:

Anonymous said...

Two very good non league games. Could be hard for the Falcons to get six wins this year. Carrabino must have a great year for the Falcons to make a playoff run.a all new coaching staff may hurt them.

Anonymous said...

They lost a ton of good players. Still have some good guys no doubt, but losing Jack and the whole staff will crush this program.

Chris Schultz said...

I think SMCC beats Tecumseh and loses to LCC. Losing Giarmo hurts, but that would hurt 99% of the programs in the state if he were their coach. Kipf will do a fine job at SMCC. People can't compare this years team to last year's state champions who ended Ithaca's legendary run. They wouldn't be as good no matter who was coaching them. Huron, Milan, Riverview, Airport and LCC may all have better teams than last season. Kipf did a nice job running the same system down on JV for years at SMCC and they have one of the most explosive RB's around in Carrabino.

Anonymous said...

SMCC is returning most of their OL so expect Carrabino and other RBs to dominate this season just like last year. Most of the DL is coming back as well. Shouldn't be too hard to replace last years linebackers. McMillan proved he can start everyday after replacing Howey in the playoffs last year. 8-1 for CC this year.

Anonymous said...

No way the new coach is a jv coach .....there run is over ....

Anonymous said...

Get in line, haters.

Anonymous said...

Incoming class 65 kids, the time has come. Middle college rules.

Anonymous said...

Grosse Ile is a better team than last year. For the record.

Anonymous said...

SNCC lost a ton of really good players, so please don't act like they have everyone coming back because they don't. We can go through returning starters on each side if necessary lol. Jack was a top coach in the state and thinking it will be an easy transition is ignorant. Not saying the new coach won't do a good job, but seriously has his hands full. SNCC didn't just lost Jack, they lost there whole varsity staff. That's a huge red flag. And losing the defensive coordinator will hurt. Forget his name, but was always impressed with what he did on D. I would say 5-4 or 6-3 would be a successful season. Tecumseh should be decent along with Riverview the first two weeks. We're gonna find out real quick if Smcc is a contender this year.

Anonymous said...

Gross Ile will not be better than last year. Although numbers were low, they lost a really good senior class with some tough hardnose kids. And losing the quarterback???? They are not better. I'm sorry.

Anonymous said...

Starters back for CC are: Poupard, Coombe, Woolford, Carrabino, Mcmillen, LaPlante. The best players on the team might be a junior in LaPrad or a soph in Woolford. All the guys mentioned in the first line will go both ways. Shinevarre, Burger, Lehman, O'brien and Blanchette will have to step up to be a league contender.

-bn

Anonymous said...

Woolford is a senior not a Sophmore

Anonymous said...

Woolford is a senior not a sophmore

Chris Schultz said...

There are two Woolford. Riley #81 is a senior stud two-way lineman, the other is a sophomore QB/DB #5

Anonymous said...

The Junior class this year was the backbone last year. If you don't agree w/ that than you weren't actually watching any games. The Senior class last year lacked leadership.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Junior class this year was the backbone last year. If you don't agree w/ that than you weren't actually watching any games. The Senior class last year lacked leadership.

August 20, 2015 at 1:15 PM

Wow, I wouldnt say that at all. Windham(best QB ever at CC, along with Michael Howey), Vuich(best WR ever at CC). I could mention 6 or 7 more that were special players. I like the junior class.. there is hope for this season but last year's senior class was nice. state champ nice.

-bn

Anonymous said...

Brent Masserant was the best WR that CC has ever had. Class of 1979.

stosento said...

Expect the same production on offense next year. If there's ever someone to replace Jack Giarmo in taking control of the offense it has to be Kipf. He ran the same offense on JV and was successful. It's all about paying attention and drilling the lineman in that offense and Kipf has had a long time of working out the kinks...he'll be ready.

Defense is a different story, and that's where the success of the team will come from. They lost some good athletes, but there are enough there to perform well. Adapting to the coaching change and replicating the system will be a lot harder than the offensive switch.

Overall the biggest test will be halftime adjustments. Giarmo and his staff were absolute wizards at making the right adjustments, and I'm sure it'll be tough to replicate that right out the gate. I'm optimistic, but cautiously so.

Anonymous said...

Windham not best ever.. They had great teams in sixties .seventies. Them Qb had class..