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Ughhh I will say 1947 when they went 1-7 

lost 40-7 to st Ann crusaders 

lost 22-7 to St. Peter & Paul Panthers out of Miami 

they lost 33-12 to the st Patrick shamrocks also out of Miami 

they also lost to the gesu crusaders 38-12

they lost 30-6 to the at Mary Corsairs out of Miami 

they lost 54-7!!! To the st Theresa musketeers 

then they ended that dreaded season with a 34-13 lost to the pompano bean pickers lol 

 

their only win was against trinity Indian Lutherans out of ft Lauderdale 13-6

 

 

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1 minute ago, THIS_IS_DILLARD said:

And if all else fails I’m gonna say when they went 4-6 in 1989 

That's it.  The Raiders were 4-6 in 1989, losing games to Miramar, S Broward(believe it or not), Hollywood Hills, Dillard, Boyd Anderson and Cardinal Gibbons.  They were in the same district as Nova, Dillard and Boyd Anderson then.  Dillard almost gave that game away, winning by only one point.  That Dillard team featured Isaac Bruce and Otis Mounds, and went on to win the state title.  On another positive note for you Mr Dillard, STA beat Ely that year.

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1 minute ago, OldSchoolLion said:

That's it.  The Raiders were 4-6 in 1989, losing games to Miramar, S Broward(believe it or not), Hollywood Hills, Dillard, Boyd Anderson and Cardinal Gibbons.  They were in the same district as Nova, Dillard and Boyd Anderson then.  Dillard almost gave that game away, winning by only one point.  That Dillard team featured Isaac Bruce and Otis Mounds, and went on to win the state title.  On another positive note for you Mr Dillard, STA beat Ely that year.

Lol hahahahahahaha good stuff good stuff 

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10 minutes ago, THIS_IS_DILLARD said:

Also what I find real interesting is that in that 1986 year st Thomas one every game and lost their last one to Dillard 

Dillard owned the Raiders in the late 80's.  I think STA's relative lack of success in the late 80's motivated STA to up their game in the 90's.  

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1 hour ago, OldSchoolLion said:

Dillard owned the Raiders in the late 80's.  I think STA's relative lack of success in the late 80's motivated STA to up their game in the 90's.  

C'mon people, Oldschool just threw a juicy steak into the lions den. No ones gonna take it? LOL

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7 hours ago, Just A Coach said:

C'mon people, Oldschool just threw a juicy steak into the lions den. No ones gonna take it? LOL

STA lost two of their qb's that year...one to Dillard and one to Cardinal Gibbons.  I'm sure that made them wanna practice harder in the future to improve their game.:rolleyes:

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9 hours ago, THIS_IS_DILLARD said:

Ughhh I will say 1947 when they went 1-7 

lost 40-7 to st Ann crusaders 

lost 22-7 to St. Peter & Paul Panthers out of Miami 

they lost 33-12 to the st Patrick shamrocks also out of Miami 

they also lost to the gesu crusaders 38-12

they lost 30-6 to the at Mary Corsairs out of Miami 

they lost 54-7!!! To the st Theresa musketeers 

then they ended that dreaded season with a 34-13 lost to the pompano bean pickers lol 

 

their only win was against trinity Indian Lutherans out of ft Lauderdale 13-6

 

 

Have u heard of any of these schools @OldSchoolLion

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