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Dillard vs St Thomas Aquinas Series

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Dillard is tied with Miramar for second most wins of any school(8 wins) versus St Thomas Aquinas.  Deerfield Beach is #1 with 12 wins.  STA leads the series against Dillard 20-8.  7 of those 20 STA wins against Dillard were by a TD or less.     

73     14-6 STA

75     9-0 DILL

76     14-6 DILL

77     23-0 STA

86     28-20 DILL     playoff game

87     22-7 DILL

88     28-10 DILL

89     13-12 DILL

90     13-9 DILL

91     28-14 STA

92     26-3 STA

93     25-24 STA

94     12-9 STA

95    12-10 DILL

96    10-6 STA

97     33-8 STA

98     17-13 STA

00     19-14 STA

01     30-0 STA

02     34-15 STA

03    12-0 STA

04     24-13 STA

05     21-14 OT STA

07     41-12 STA

08     49-8 STA

12     59-17 STA

14     22-19 STA 

17     24-0 STA

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8 hours ago, “PANTHER NATION(CODE BLUE) said:

True neighborhood rival ...either sta just got much better or Dillard philosophy and coaching methods has changed 

That's the biggest change

 

When Dillard had coaching they had stability and players wanted to be a part of the Dillard brand

 

Once the coaching there was no longer stable the program dropped off which is why you usually see so many programs with consistent coaching that tend to have the most success overall

 

Yeah some teams get by on talent but in most cases the ones who have stability at the coaching spot are the teams who have the most success 

 

 

Idk if Dillard will ever truly return to what they had in 80s or 90s simply because the area has changed a ton in the demographics on where the talent is located but if the current coach they have can restore some stability and pride into that program then they could contend for a championship at some point 

 

Dillard will have some tough games in the early years of the rebuild but if they give him time they will be contenders soon

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1 hour ago, ColumbiaHighFan2017class said:

That's the biggest change

 

When Dillard had coaching they had stability and players wanted to be a part of the Dillard brand

 

Once the coaching there was no longer stable the program dropped off which is why you usually see so many programs with consistent coaching that tend to have the most success overall

 

Yeah some teams get by on talent but in most cases the ones who have stability at the coaching spot are the teams who have the most success 

 

 

Idk if Dillard will ever truly return to what they had in 80s or 90s simply because the area has changed a ton in the demographics on where the talent is located but if the current coach they have can restore some stability and pride into that program then they could contend for a championship at some point 

 

Dillard will have some tough games in the early years of the rebuild but if they give him time they will be contenders soon

I agree looks like we will finish 8-2 This year in dominating fashion will be the first 8-2 season in over 10 years.

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