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  1. I think this one went a little bit differently than I thought it would go for a couple of huge reasons: 1. Lehigh’s transfers have not gelled at all. Adding some of the best players in Lee county to what was a very effective offense last year seems like simple math, but proved otherwise. Kelton Henderson (4 star SC commit) was targeted numerous times in the pass game but hauled in only a handful of passes and had a costly fumble on a jet sweep. 2. Richard Young (5 star Bama commit) was harassed by a very quick Naples defense and finished with 19 carries for 75 yards and 0 tds. The bulk of his production came from a long run in the first quarter and he never got going after that. The Lehigh offensive line is very big but could not get a push going at all against Naples. 3. Naples feasts on big plays. Naples RBs Kendrick Raphael (3 star Iowa commit) scored 3 tds with a long run of 65 for a final line of 5 rushes for 127 yards, while his backfield partner Isaiah Augustave (4 star Arkansas commit) scored on a 53 yard run and ended with 11 for 90 himself. Naples blocked two punts and returned the opening kickoff of the second half for a TD. Venice is up next in what I am sure will be a very competitive game. I’d like to see Naples become a little more adventurous throwing the ball, but there’s really no arguing with production.
  2. I'm pretty sure Austin Bray is a Senior. I'm interested to see how the Naples o-line (usually pretty short and quick) fares against the likes of the Venice d-line with two verified studs. For the first time in a long time Naples has two bona fide D-1 runningbacks (Kendrick Raphael and Isaiah Augustave), which will hopefully offset any oline woes.
  3. I think you might be imagining the Immokalee of some time ago... Immok has won 2 games since 2020 (0-7) and went 2-7 playing an independent schedule last year. I think the Lehigh game is really one to watch for- they have received what seems like the best player from multiple schools in Lee county and they already had a 5 star rb in Richard Young.
  4. It seems like Naples has their 2022 schedule completed- seems like a major step up in competition. Anyone other interesting ones out there? 8/19 KOC at Gulf Coast 8/26 vs Lehigh (Should be pretty competitive) 9/2 at Venice 9/9 vs Immokalee 9/16 at Golden Gate (District) 9/23 vs Killian 9/30 vs Barron Collier (District) 10/7 at Palmetto Ridge 10/14 vs Lely (District) 10/21 vs American Heritage (Plantation) 10/28 at Bonita Springs (District Game, don't really see this one getting played with the disparity in programs)
  5. Naples High is having a similar season, outscoring opponents 238-7 through 5 games with 4 consecutive shutouts.. I think Dillard shutting out Deerfield is very much more impressive than anything Naples has done, though.
  6. Word in SWFL is that Immokalee has suffered a huge drop in participation and will now be playing as an Independent. They've cancelled most of their local area games and it seems, according to Maxpreps, like they will be playing a slate of much smaller schools than normal. This is a team with a lengthy history of success, that took AHP to the wire just a few seasons ago- how does this happen?
  7. You actually aren't in. The team who wins the first quarter plays the team with a bye and if the team who won the first quarter wins then they are district champs and the team with the bye plays the team who lost the first quarter for the runner up spot. Those are the rules for a 3-way district champ tiebreaker.
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