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Cadsev
05-19-2007, 12:39 PM
The 2007 Dakota Schoolers Summer Classic is scheduled to take place the weekend of June 8 - June 10, 2007 at Sioux Falls Roosevelt High School. The games begin at 12:30 PM on the 8th and the Championship games are scheduled for 3:00 & 4:10 PM on Sunday, June 10th. All teams will compete in pool play and then play in either a final game (based on pool play 16 & Under) or Championship Tournament.

Highlight game of the tournament -- Friday June 8th @ 7:30 PM 17 & Under Division -- Dakota Schoolers vs. South Dakota Heat

Complete tournament brackets and game times can be found here:

http://www.dakotaschoolers.com/news.html

1stRowFANatic
05-19-2007, 04:20 PM
Of course, I have to be out of town that weekend.

89rabbit
06-08-2007, 08:25 AM
http://www.argusleader.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070608/SPORTS01/706080324/1002/SPORTS


Schoolers start summer classic

By Staff Reports
Argus Leader
Published: June 8, 2007

The Dakota Schoolers Summer Classic - a local tune-up for the summer all-star boys basketball circuit - runs today through Sunday at Roosevelt High School.

Tournament organizer and Schoolers founder Paul Seville expects 10 teams to compete in the 17-under division, with six in the 15-under group.

The Schoolers, featuring O'Gorman seniors-to-be Joe Palmitier and Alex Scholten and other area standouts, competed in the Howard Pulley tournament in Minneapolis last month.

Their schedule heats up this month with the River City Hoops Festival in Omaha (June 21-24) and the Dakota Showcase in Sioux Falls (28-30). They'll play against the nation's best at the Reebok Summer Championships in Las Vegas in July.

But first up is this weekend's tourney against in-state rivals - South Dakota Heat and South Dakota Storm - and select teams from Minnesota and North Dakota.

"This is a good chance for us to stay home and have teams come to us," said Seville, whose Schoolers also include Roosevelt sophomores Cody Larson and Adol Aluong and Madison juniors Chad White and Tony Fiegen.

"It's a good tune-up for teams that we'll see in other regional tournaments, and it's also a fund-raiser for us." . . . (read more)


Go State! :)

Cadsev
06-09-2007, 07:10 AM
Heat 77 - Schoolers 66

Great and entertaining first half by both teams. Heat was without the services of Colton Iverson who opted to attend the University of New Mexico Camp this weekend.

Second half the Heat got off to a 11-0 run and basically dictated tempo the second half. Too much experience and hit better shots in the second half. Louie Krogram had a strong showing leading all scorers with 29 pts. Cody Schilling had 19.

Chad White had a solid first half scoring all 13 of his points in the first half. The second half he fatigued and couldn't get his shots to fall. He pulled double duty having to carry the scoring load and having the task of switching back and forth defending Cody Schilling and Louie Krogman.

Jordan Miller also chipped in 13 and Cody Larson 11.

Thanks to all who attended......nice crowd and hopefully those who came out were entertained.

Jacks02
06-09-2007, 12:03 PM
Heat 77 - Schoolers 66

Great and entertaining first half by both teams. Heat was without the services of Colton Iverson who opted to attend the University of New Mexico Camp this weekend.

Second half the Heat got off to a 11-0 run and basically dictated tempo the second half. Too much experience and hit better shots in the second half. Louie Krogram had a strong showing leading all scorers with 29 pts. Cody Schilling had 19.

Chad White had a solid first half scoring all 13 of his points in the first half. The second half he fatigued and couldn't get his shots to fall. He pulled double duty having to carry the scoring load and having the task of switching back and forth defending Cody Schilling and Louie Krogman.

Jordan Miller also chipped in 13 and Cody Larson 11.

Thanks to all who attended......nice crowd and hopefully those who came out were entertained.

Was an entertaining night for me, first chance I've had to see future recruits White and Fiegen in action and I enjoyed seeing some of the Heat stars and the other young kids for the schoolers too. Experience did seem to play into the final score, there were a few stretches in the second half where turnovers and poor shot selection did the Schoolers in. Not often you get to see that many local DI talented high schoolers playing against each other, I enjoyed it. Not sure what the attendance total was, but I'd say the gym was about 1/3 full, pretty decent I thought.

Jacks02
06-11-2007, 04:54 PM
Are there tournament results posted anywhere on the web?

89rabbit
06-11-2007, 05:58 PM
Are there tournament results posted anywhere on the web?


I haven't seen them, but it is my understanding that the Schoolers beat the Heat by 20 in the finals.


Go State! :)

collegewatcher
06-12-2007, 09:23 AM
From Padraic Duffy in the RC Journal:

I just got back from Sioux Falls where I watched the Dakota Schoolers Classic summer basketball tournament. The trip was ostensibly to watch the South Dakota Heat (led by White River’s Louie Krogman and Yankton’s Colton Iverson) take on the Schoolers.

Friday night’s game was won by the Heat (14 or so?) as Krogman scored 29 and Ellsworth, Minn. standout Cody Schilling dropped 20. Iverson, attending camp in New Mexico, didn’t play the first two days but did make it back for the championship game.

The title game was a completely different story as the Schoolers raced to a 30-point halftime lead (51-21) and won by 20. The difference between the Schoolers and the rest of the teams I saw came down to coaching and execution. Summer ball can devolve into a “Let’s take turns playing 1-on-1[ch8243] atmosphere, but the Schoolers stay away from that, moving the ball quickly and often, which takes a toll on their opponents....

Krogman was held to eight points in the championship game as the wear of a week at Hanson-Anderson and three days of extremely physical basketball took its toll on him. The defense of Shane Cunningham (Aberdeen Central) didn’t help, either.

Krogman is just (and I do mean just) quick enough to deal with athletes like Chad White (Madison) and Cunningham when he’s fresh. He wasn’t fresh on Sunday and at 6 feet tall just doesn’t have enough size to get his shots off like he does in a normal high school game. Louie wants to play D-I basketball — to do that he’s going to have to develop more of a get-to-the FT line mentality to get some easy points, because they’re only going to get harder to come by at that level. White and Cunningham are nice athletes, but (no offense to either of them) they’re not the same caliber of a lot of guys that Louie could see.

The Schoolers’ sophomores-to-be, Cody Larson and Adol Aloung (both from SF Roosevelt) are major talents that will be as good as they want to be. Larson simply outplayed the 6-10 Iverson (said by many to be the top recruit in SD this year). Larson is still a little hesitant and weak at times on the block, but he is only 15. His potential is absurd.

The Madison juniors (Chad White and Tony Fiegen) are as good as advertised, and should make the Bulldogs the team to beat next season in Class A. White’s a super-skilled 6-and-half-foot tall do-everything type that at times seems too smooth, but he is a competitor. Fiegen may be too nice of a kid for his own good on a basketball floor, but his ability to dominate around the rim and on the baseline is only going to get better over the next couple of years. The pair has verbally committed to SDSU.

You can read the rest at http://rapidcityjournal.com/blogs/sports/

joeboo22
06-12-2007, 04:34 PM
From Padraic Duffy in the RC Journal:

I just got back from Sioux Falls where I watched the Dakota Schoolers Classic summer basketball tournament. The trip was ostensibly to watch the South Dakota Heat (led by White River’s Louie Krogman and Yankton’s Colton Iverson) take on the Schoolers.

Friday night’s game was won by the Heat (14 or so?) as Krogman scored 29 and Ellsworth, Minn. standout Cody Schilling dropped 20. Iverson, attending camp in New Mexico, didn’t play the first two days but did make it back for the championship game.

The title game was a completely different story as the Schoolers raced to a 30-point halftime lead (51-21) and won by 20. The difference between the Schoolers and the rest of the teams I saw came down to coaching and execution. Summer ball can devolve into a “Let’s take turns playing 1-on-1[ch8243] atmosphere, but the Schoolers stay away from that, moving the ball quickly and often, which takes a toll on their opponents....

Krogman was held to eight points in the championship game as the wear of a week at Hanson-Anderson and three days of extremely physical basketball took its toll on him. The defense of Shane Cunningham (Aberdeen Central) didn’t help, either.

Krogman is just (and I do mean just) quick enough to deal with athletes like Chad White (Madison) and Cunningham when he’s fresh. He wasn’t fresh on Sunday and at 6 feet tall just doesn’t have enough size to get his shots off like he does in a normal high school game. Louie wants to play D-I basketball — to do that he’s going to have to develop more of a get-to-the FT line mentality to get some easy points, because they’re only going to get harder to come by at that level. White and Cunningham are nice athletes, but (no offense to either of them) they’re not the same caliber of a lot of guys that Louie could see.

The Schoolers’ sophomores-to-be, Cody Larson and Adol Aloung (both from SF Roosevelt) are major talents that will be as good as they want to be. Larson simply outplayed the 6-10 Iverson (said by many to be the top recruit in SD this year). Larson is still a little hesitant and weak at times on the block, but he is only 15. His potential is absurd.

The Madison juniors (Chad White and Tony Fiegen) are as good as advertised, and should make the Bulldogs the team to beat next season in Class A. White’s a super-skilled 6-and-half-foot tall do-everything type that at times seems too smooth, but he is a competitor. Fiegen may be too nice of a kid for his own good on a basketball floor, but his ability to dominate around the rim and on the baseline is only going to get better over the next couple of years. The pair has verbally committed to SDSU.

You can read the rest at http://rapidcityjournal.com/blogs/sports/



the only thing I have to disagree with is Iverson being out played I was unable to watch this weekend but I would have to say playing in a D-I camp in New Mexico and flying back and playing is alot of wear and he didn't mention that... Duffy is a great writer compared to Stu at the argus. Also one thing that is understated that he did mention a bit is that the schoolers are coached by Mueller who most think is the best basketball coach in the state even though he doesn't coach anymore in high school. Though Freisen is a good coach he doesn't have the years under the belt like Mueller. I also think the fact that the heat lack that good point guard has and will continue to hurt them... The schoolers have had that problem in the past.

SDHoops
06-12-2007, 06:33 PM
Hey Padraic (I know he reads this!) how about some love for the XC/track runners in SD. One who went to an elite invitational in Albuquerque, NM that caused U. of Kentucky's coach to take an interest AND also got accepted to SDSU....you should know who I mean! When Stevens girls don't do too good in those NC meets you still write about them. Just a thought...to stay on topic...GO Heat! and Schoolers!

collegewatcher
06-12-2007, 09:45 PM
joeboo22: I was there. Iverson got outplayed. There may be several reasons, including fatigue, but whatever the reason, he got out played. One game. One time. As I said before, that is why I do not envy the coaches.

Krogman also looked very average. But anyone who saw him on TV during the "B"s knows he is not average. At least against the teams in class "B" in South Dakota. Again, another reason to trust the judgement of coaches. They know a lot more than I do!

joeboo22
06-12-2007, 10:38 PM
All what I was gettin at is how Duffy gave Louie an excuse for looking average but didn't give one for Colton...

JACKGUYII
06-12-2007, 10:46 PM
The good news is there is a lot of young talent in the state and hopefully SDSU will get a shot at landing a few of them. Iverson with his size will get a chance to play for a major conference school if that is his desire.

Cadsev
06-14-2007, 11:06 AM
I also think the fact that the heat lack that good point guard has and will continue to hurt them... The schoolers have had that problem in the past.

Um.......when?

carny
06-15-2007, 02:09 AM
Sorry Cadsev about the personal message.... heres what I got.... First of all Beck was an ok point guard with Pesicka and crew...

Now Cad... you told one of my buds that Louie was going to SDSU he has also heard that Tate is going to Mount Marty and that I Eric Mergan is going to DWU and his brother Rane might also go.... me and him also agree that Louie's brothers prolly will be better and that Keither Cuttler is as good if not better high schooler player that Chad White and Tony Fiegen (not saying college prospect) what do you got to say ( I might not respond soon as I prolly will be busy all weekend)


Hopefully you were under the influence when you wrote the above - otherwise you have no excuse.

Cadsev
06-15-2007, 05:28 AM
There seriously needs to be a rule against drinking and posting. That's the only response you'll get from me other than you really need to consider not posting at all, even if you are sober...it's very difficult to tell if you're drunk or just plain stupid.

BTownJack
06-15-2007, 07:22 AM
There seriously needs to be a rule against drinking and posting. That's the only response you'll get from me other than you really need to consider not posting at all, even if you are sober...it's very difficult to tell if you're drunk or just plain stupid.
Cheers to that!

NorCalJack
06-15-2007, 10:12 AM
There seriously needs to be a rule against drinking and posting. That's the only response you'll get from me other than you really need to consider not posting at all, even if you are sober...it's very difficult to tell if you're drunk or just plain stupid.

That may be the post of the day!!!

JackJD
06-15-2007, 10:30 AM
* from a Moderator

Time out. Let's see if we can either give this thread a rest for a bit or turn the direction of it.

There is a long-standing (and good) rule on this message board that permits attacking a post but prohibits attacking a poster. Joeboo was suspended from this board for close to a month in February of 2007, due to his personal attacks directed primarily at Cadsev. I think it is accurate to state that Joeboo is not popular with many on this board. I think it is also accurate to state that Cadsev's perspective has been appreciated by many on this board.

Joeboo, the following is from just this Moderator (the rookie of the three) who is interested in maintaining the civility that was established early on by filbert and 89. My comments are primarily directed at you, Joeboo. Whether negligent or intentional, your posts often irritate other participants on this message board (me included). It seems to me that your posts fall into one of three categories: (1) You may think you are contributing to a spirited discourse on various subjects; that you are presenting thought-provoking opinion, challenging others into what you may perceive as stimulating conversation [I have been to your blog and it seems this is your stated purpose in your blog.] (2) Maybe you are just trying to be a jerk. Or, (3) Maybe it is all pretty innocent and you're just stumbling around, stating whatever jumps into your mind, using a very flexible vocabulary and system of spelling.

On the first category: we're not writing the Constitution here, buddy. Most of the posters likely have opportunity all day long for mind-stimulation and they look at this message board for great entertainment, to pick up the latest facts and near-facts about SDSU and other topics being covered on the board's various threads. We all know news travels faster than lightning on the internet and this message board can really get the word out fast, telling visitors to the board what is going on in a game, a season or a year.

On the second and third categories...well, I guess if that's your plan, have at it. You will run the risk of being ignored (many posters have called for an "ignore" function on this board but so far there isn't one).

Okay, got that off my chest. And with that having been said and it being very clear that I have just murdered the rule about attacking a poster, :) I have this to say about the direction of this thread: Some of you are attacking Joeboo personally and not his post. Please turn it down a little.

Thank you.

Go Jackrabbits! Go Schoolers who may become Jackrabbits!

Patkran
06-15-2007, 11:29 AM
I was at the Schooler Classic and I have decent idea of what is happening in SD basketball, mostly because of my job, friendships, and all-round lack of a hobby or other interests. Tate P. & Rane Mergen will be back at USD. Eric Mergen has said he will go to DWU, but had not gotten all paper work done yet, that may have changed. Louie going to SDSU, who knows - only Coach Nagy for sure.

Observation #1 - I think Cody Shilling is a great player and he would fit well at a SDSU or NDSU, not an Iowa or Minnesota. He is not a great shooter, but he gets to the basket well and passes for profit in traffic. I do not know how serious he is about SDSU, but he has the size and athletic ability to play DI guard. I do not think he is a "program maker" for SDSU as some have suggested on other boards, but he is good. Dale Moss and Shilling are probably the similar in the position that coaches hope they can play (a bigger combo guard that can play point in tight games).

Observation #2 - Colton Iverson is a good player that will be much better in 2 years. He has good size/athletic ability in a year where that is scarce. Ass't coach from Davidson in North Carolina said that if a school is still looking for a post, then Colton is on a short list across the nation.

Observation #3 - Louie Krogman is a good high school player. He scores in transition and on floaters off penetration. He is a funny size for DI. I know that USD really likes him. I do not know what SDSU status is with him. He is a combo guard that is giving away size on the defensive end in college. I think that you will have college coaches of all sizes that may be scared of that, but he doesn't need 100 offers - just one he likes. How he plays in July will make all the difference in the world, coaches will see him because of Colton.

Observation #4 - Cody Larson is the real deal. When he plays hard and is committed, he is a beast because of his size and skill level. Shooting is coming, but he rebounds and passes very well. He reminds me very much of Joe Krabb - but bigger at a younger age. Just like Joe, some of the things that he does are not appreciated by the average fan.

Observation #5 - SDSU got a steal in Chad White. 6'6+ guard. He has a very high skill package and Jack fans will love him when he plays in Frost. He will help teams win games. Like Larson, not everyone may get why he is so good.

Observation #6 - Tony Fiegen can do some things very well that you cannot teach, but I expected him to be better (and tougher) in some other areas. Loads of potential and a good early verbal for SDSU, he will get better every time he plays. Not very offensive at this stage of career. Needs to recognize that he could be a mismatch on the offensive end with the Schoolers, he can be hard for someone to guard after they match up with the rest of team.

Observation #7 - Someone needs to scholarship Jordan Miller and give him a red-shirt year. Whoever takes the chance could look brilliant in 2 years.

Dakota Showcase is a few weeks will be another chance to see SD kids play. No DI schools can be out yet, so it will be NAIA and D2 coaches out only.

filbert
06-15-2007, 03:01 PM
After significant consideration of JackJD's and Patkran's latest posts, I'll add . . . absolutely nothing.

. . .

And after significant additional consideration, I still got nothing.

No, wait, something's coming

. . .

Nope. Sorry. Nothing. I'm going to go out and play in the pool for a while. Y'all be good . . .

joeboo22
06-15-2007, 06:07 PM
sorry it was at a holiday and came home in not the best condition and kinda jumbo uped everything I had heard in the last couple of days into one post... i'm surprised my spelling was as accuarate as it was.... I deleted my post and mean no harm to anyone even you cadsev thats to the one that has responded I thank you.

UWMandSDSU
06-15-2007, 06:18 PM
I was at the Schooler Classic and I have decent idea of what is happening in SD basketball, mostly because of my job, friendships, and all-round lack of a hobby or other interests. Tate P. & Rane Mergen will be back at USD. Eric Mergen has said he will go to DWU, but had not gotten all paper work done yet, that may have changed. Louie going to SDSU, who knows - only Coach Nagy for sure.

Observation #1 - I think Cody Shilling is a great player and he would fit well at a SDSU or NDSU, not an Iowa or Minnesota. He is not a great shooter, but he gets to the basket well and passes for profit in traffic. I do not know how serious he is about SDSU, but he has the size and athletic ability to play DI guard. I do not think he is a "program maker" for SDSU as some have suggested on other boards, but he is good. Dale Moss and Shilling are probably the similar in the position that coaches hope they can play (a bigger combo guard that can play point in tight games).

Observation #2 - Colton Iverson is a good player that will be much better in 2 years. He has good size/athletic ability in a year where that is scarce. Ass't coach from Davidson in North Carolina said that if a school is still looking for a post, then Colton is on a short list across the nation.

Observation #3 - Louie Krogman is a good high school player. He scores in transition and on floaters off penetration. He is a funny size for DI. I know that USD really likes him. I do not know what SDSU status is with him. He is a combo guard that is giving away size on the defensive end in college. I think that you will have college coaches of all sizes that may be scared of that, but he doesn't need 100 offers - just one he likes. How he plays in July will make all the difference in the world, coaches will see him because of Colton.

Observation #4 - Cody Larson is the real deal. When he plays hard and is committed, he is a beast because of his size and skill level. Shooting is coming, but he rebounds and passes very well. He reminds me very much of Joe Krabb - but bigger at a younger age. Just like Joe, some of the things that he does are not appreciated by the average fan.

Observation #5 - SDSU got a steal in Chad White. 6'6+ guard. He has a very high skill package and Jack fans will love him when he plays in Frost. He will help teams win games. Like Larson, not everyone may get why he is so good.

Observation #6 - Tony Fiegen can do some things very well that you cannot teach, but I expected him to be better (and tougher) in some other areas. Loads of potential and a good early verbal for SDSU, he will get better every time he plays. Not very offensive at this stage of career. Needs to recognize that he could be a mismatch on the offensive end with the Schoolers, he can be hard for someone to guard after they match up with the rest of team.

Observation #7 - Someone needs to scholarship Jordan Miller and give him a red-shirt year. Whoever takes the chance could look brilliant in 2 years.

Dakota Showcase is a few weeks will be another chance to see SD kids play. No DI schools can be out yet, so it will be NAIA and D2 coaches out only.

These are the posts that I read (good, conscise and informative). JackJD said there is not an ignore button, but I "ignore" some posts by simply skipping over them.
;)

joeboo22
06-15-2007, 06:42 PM
I was at the Schooler Classic and I have decent idea of what is happening in SD basketball, mostly because of my job, friendships, and all-round lack of a hobby or other interests. Tate P. & Rane Mergen will be back at USD. Eric Mergen has said he will go to DWU, but had not gotten all paper work done yet, that may have changed. Louie going to SDSU, who knows - only Coach Nagy for sure.

Observation #1 - I think Cody Shilling is a great player and he would fit well at a SDSU or NDSU, not an Iowa or Minnesota. He is not a great shooter, but he gets to the basket well and passes for profit in traffic. I do not know how serious he is about SDSU, but he has the size and athletic ability to play DI guard. I do not think he is a "program maker" for SDSU as some have suggested on other boards, but he is good. Dale Moss and Shilling are probably the similar in the position that coaches hope they can play (a bigger combo guard that can play point in tight games).

Observation #2 - Colton Iverson is a good player that will be much better in 2 years. He has good size/athletic ability in a year where that is scarce. Ass't coach from Davidson in North Carolina said that if a school is still looking for a post, then Colton is on a short list across the nation.

Observation #3 - Louie Krogman is a good high school player. He scores in transition and on floaters off penetration. He is a funny size for DI. I know that USD really likes him. I do not know what SDSU status is with him. He is a combo guard that is giving away size on the defensive end in college. I think that you will have college coaches of all sizes that may be scared of that, but he doesn't need 100 offers - just one he likes. How he plays in July will make all the difference in the world, coaches will see him because of Colton.

Observation #4 - Cody Larson is the real deal. When he plays hard and is committed, he is a beast because of his size and skill level. Shooting is coming, but he rebounds and passes very well. He reminds me very much of Joe Krabb - but bigger at a younger age. Just like Joe, some of the things that he does are not appreciated by the average fan.

Observation #5 - SDSU got a steal in Chad White. 6'6+ guard. He has a very high skill package and Jack fans will love him when he plays in Frost. He will help teams win games. Like Larson, not everyone may get why he is so good.

Observation #6 - Tony Fiegen can do some things very well that you cannot teach, but I expected him to be better (and tougher) in some other areas. Loads of potential and a good early verbal for SDSU, he will get better every time he plays. Not very offensive at this stage of career. Needs to recognize that he could be a mismatch on the offensive end with the Schoolers, he can be hard for someone to guard after they match up with the rest of team.

Observation #7 - Someone needs to scholarship Jordan Miller and give him a red-shirt year. Whoever takes the chance could look brilliant in 2 years.

Dakota Showcase is a few weeks will be another chance to see SD kids play. No DI schools can be out yet, so it will be NAIA and D2 coaches out only.

Cody Schilling I hate to comment about because I havn't seen him play but word from Matt Malloy and others is hes a great player but his shooting isn't as good as his game (if that makes any sence)

Colton Iverson its tough to say... first of all with South Dakota AA style of basketball you have to factor in conditioning... I would also like to know his actual physical deminor according to his facebook page (yes its a good source) he says hes 6-8 but according to other people he is 6-10 though I say this 2 inches don't matter if you can play physical. I think Colton should go to SDSU and be sombody but its tough to turn down big D-I schools even if you know tat you won't see the floor much.

Louie Krogman I could go all night about... first of all don't tell me because he played in class "B" he is not good enough because i have watch Louie play at SDSU because he is I have heard all different things about SDSU with him I have heard he would walkon to play if Colton Iverson or Cody Schilling went there... But here is the deal I have heard from numerous people (1 guy who is from white river who goes back to open gyms) and all of them said Louies 2 younger brothers will be better players espesually the 8th grader...

Chad White I have watched him play 3-4 times this past year and it was tough to get a scout on him this past year because there team was so good I heard the year before he was alot more open and will probally be this upcoming year from what I saw he is an SDSU steal

Tony Fiegan is really tough to look at college tallent right now because he is still growing I think he will eventually become a really good 4 but its anybodies guess.

I still rate Keith Cutler as #1 in the class with Chad White #2 I think whoever signs Cutler will be getting a steal. I have heard Augie has an offer on the table.

Jared Vlastiun whats the recruitng news on him I know Augie along with other D-II offers are on the board but after I watched the guy 3 times this past season I would say if he was 6-9 he would be a top D-I recruit.

As far as Jordan Miller you may be right he is a late bloomer you look at the family line and you have to say he is going to be something ...

1bunnies
06-15-2007, 09:44 PM
sorry it was at a holiday and came home in not the best condition and kinda jumbo uped everything I had heard in the last couple of days into one post... i'm surprised my spelling was as accuarate as it was.... I deleted my post and mean no harm to anyone even you cadsev thats to the one that has responded I thank you.


You should never use spelling and accurate together, especially with the way you spell. Most people would say you are prolly alil slow.

thebluehatman
06-15-2007, 10:00 PM
Please someone cut him off? I know it is Czech Daze 07 in Bon Homme county but come on.

89rabbit
06-15-2007, 11:02 PM
Please don't taint the celebration of my ancestry, by using it as an excuse for joeboo’s most recent posts. :(

I have fond memories of Czech Days past and I would like to keep thinking of them that way. ;) ;D

Beseda Hall and Sokol Park . . . Good times! [smiley=beer.gif]


Go State! :)

joeboo22
06-15-2007, 11:05 PM
xxxxxxx this is what I get sick of I made a mistake I apolagized and this is the sh*t I get.... maybe I deserve it but I don't think so

joeboo22
06-15-2007, 11:09 PM
Please don't taint the celebration of my ancestry, by using it as an excuse for joeboo’s most recent posts. :(

I have fond memories of Czech Days past and I would like to keep thinking of them that way. ;) ;D

Beseda Hall and Sokol Park . . . Good times! [smiley=beer.gif]


Go State! :)

man we got a bohemian.... :) you should know the gossip that goes on there I am sorry that I jumbo mumbod (sp) it into one drunk ridden post.

JackJD
06-15-2007, 11:16 PM
xxxxxx this is what I get sick of I made a mistake I apolagized and this is the sh*t I get.... maybe I deserve it but I don't think so

Please knock off the swearing.

And, yes, you deserved it.

joeboo22
06-15-2007, 11:22 PM
I said Je$us Chr*st and poop's other word I didn't know that was a swear word.... all i ask is what I got for attacking people... I appolagized I had planned on deleting the post before work but I was running late and didn't have time .... Saying I deserve being called a retard and all the other poop goes alil old but whatever.... I made a post apolagizing and I made a post trying to go in the other direction as in start talking about actual Dakota Schooler and around south dakota stuff but whatever...

JackJD
06-15-2007, 11:28 PM
The substitute for poop doesn't bother...your other reference will bother many.

No one said you deserve being called a retard. Your post said "maybe I deserve it but I don't think so" and I, in jest of course, said "Yes, you deserved it."

Let's move on, Joe.

filbert
06-16-2007, 10:05 AM
If people can't make their posts have at least some passing relationship to the topic of this thread, it will be locked.

There's been a lot of knee-jerk posting going on. Clean it up.

Finally for those of you engaged in open warfare with Joeboo22--if you are successful in provoking him to the extent that he winds up on probation again, or banned, he will not be alone. I'm getting tired of hosting the "how can we insult Joeboo" contest, regardless of the openings he may offer in his postings. If you don't like what he posts, either ignore it or ADDRESS HIS POST.

Many extra bonus points will be given to posters who choose to take a higher road from here on out.

Pretty please?

Cadsev
06-16-2007, 10:18 PM
anyways....... Pat K. as always concise and accurate evaluation of the top prospects in the area. Colton Iverson attended the U of Nebraska camp yesterday and Iowa State camp today. It's the USA wide summer tour for Colton this summer. He'll be a tired puppy come August 1st but it will be worth his efforts. Have not heard of Nebraska offered or not. As of yesterday they had not offered.

jackmd
06-19-2007, 01:55 PM
Colton's oldest sister was our waitress on Father's day and I said hi to his mother and other sister yesterday. We talked a little about them but Colton's name didn't come up. When they volunteer some information I'll kindly pass it on. I prefer to keep hoping that we have a chance at a great kid.

Cadsev
06-19-2007, 04:01 PM
Nebraska has indeed offered.....the plot thickens.

JACKGUYII
06-19-2007, 05:01 PM
Nebraska is not exactly a hotbed for basketball, but it still is a major conference offer!

Cadsev
06-19-2007, 05:33 PM
Which can lead to the domino effect. So far that has not happened. Iowa State has not offered despite Colton's participation in their camp last weekend.