PSAL 2011: A GREAT TIME TO PEAK INSIDE THE PSAL
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FIND YOUR TEAM !
FIND YOUR TEAM !
Thomas Jefferson high school has never been a team to take lightly. Even " back in the day " they were among the teams
which were a force to be reckoned with. From our perspective in the 70's they were an iconic team which played in the
land of the giants. Fast forward to 2011 and it's easy to see that a lot of things haven't changed.
Sure only a some of the current players reach the gargantuan size of their predecessors but the ferocious ball play is
every bit as intense,if not higher. Saturday's match up against Grand Street, could be viewed as a warning to future
opponents who stand in the way of their current championship bid. This is no prognostication but foolish is any future
opponent who takes The Orange Wave lightly because of their current 3 and 6 record. We embedded ourselves among
the wave during this game could immediately that the current core of orangemen still have a penchant for pad popping
pads. Seems like they may be on the upswing of things but only time will tell. We know that they've got some of the
fastest ball haulers we've seen this season in New York or New Jersey. They're certainly poised to play the kind of solid
ball which won them a 2009 NYC Bowl Title.
Who knows how the " Ball " is going to bounce. Amongst other factors, it might just be a question of timing.
After all it could be a perfect time to Peak in the PSAL.
SHOTS HAVE BEEN POSTED
You can never quite tell how a dropped football will bounce
and likewise you can never absolutely guarantee which
teams will dominate inside the PSAL or who is going to win
the city title. One look at how things are shaking out this
season confirms the point.
While some teams which were expected to dominate have
fallen off, others have risen to the challenge.
Others are still rising, for now anyway. Saturday's match up
between Thomas Jefferson and Grand Street Campus
epitomizes a lot of the heavy hitting going on in the league
as things head into the post season.