Class A Blog: Eight playoff capsules; ELCA’s Gess, Seminole’s Ingram and Aquinas’ Leonard in Coach Speak; Playoff brackets

By S. Thomas Coleman
For the AJC

Here is a look at the remaining eight games in the playoffs, along with an installment of “Coach Speak,” featuring Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy’s Jonathan Gess, Seminole County’s Alan Ingram and Aquinas’ James Leonard, and another look at the brackets.

PUBLIC

No. 16 Wilkinson County (4-6) at No. 1 Seminole County (10-0). Seminole County went undefeated through the regular season for the first time since 1973 en route to winning its third consecutive Region 1 title. Seminole County, located in Donalsonville in southwest Georgia on the Florida border, was knocked out in the second round of last season’s public school playoffs by eventual runner up Dooly County (34-28). Wilkinson County made the tournament despite having a losing record. The teams met for the first time in the second round of the 2011 state playoffs, with Seminole County emerging with a 28-7 win.

No. 15 Turner County (4-6) at No. 2 Marion County (9-1). Marion County, located in Buena Vista just outside of Columbus, has won three of the last four Region 4 titles and is 39-7 over that stretch. The Eagles had their perfect regular season blemished by Hawkinsville (14-10) on Nov. 1. It would have been the second time Marion County (2011) finished 10-0. The Eagles are trying to advance past the state quarterfinals for the first time in school history. They were knocked out by Wilcox County in last season’s quarter finals. Tuner County, like Wilkinson County, advanced to the playoffs in spite of finishing below .500. Marion County won the only other meeting between the two, 64-26, in the first round of the 2010 playoffs.

No. 14 Claxton (6-4) at No. 3 Clinch County (7-3). Clinch County, located on the Florida border in south central Georgia, is traditionally one of the state’s top programs but the Panthers took a step back last season when they finished with their worst record (4-6) since 1985. After starting 1-3 this season, Clinch County has won six straight entering the playoffs and won the school’s 16th region title. The Panthers won the state title in 2010. Claxton, the county seat of Evans County near Savannah, missed the playoffs last season with the same 6-4 record. The Tigers picked up a huge win in the regular season finale, 21-14, over defending public school state champion Emanuel County Institute. Clinch County has won both of the previous meetings, 20-6 in the second round of the 2001 state playoffs, and 47-20 in the first round of the 2007 playoffs.

No. 13 Trion (5-4) at No. 4 Irwin County (8-1-1). This is a rematch of last season’s first round game, which Trion won 31-6. Irwin County, located about 90 minutes south of Macon, is back in the playoffs for two consecutive seasons for the first time since a string of eight straight appearances from 1997 to 2004. The only blemishes on Irwin County’s record are a 20-20 tie against Class AA Fitzgerald back on Sept. 6, and a 30-24 loss to Clinch County Oct. 11. Trion started the season 3-0, but lost four of its last six games including the last two.

PRIVATE

No.. 16 Athens Christian (5-5) at No. 1 Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy (9-0). ELCA is going after its second consecutive private school state title and has established itself as one of the state’s most dominant programs. The Chargers have advanced at least as far as the state quarterfinals the last three seasons and are a combined 46-4 since 2010. Despite losing five Division 1 players off last year’s team (four FBS, one FCS), this year’s squad has been virtually unstoppable. The offense, led by senior quarterback Dalton Etheridge, is averaging 41 points per game while the defense, led by defensive end Andrew Williams and linebacker Josh Shockley, has yielded an average of just four points per game. ELCA had its opening game against Class AAA Washington County (11-0) cancelled just before halftime due to threatening weather. Athens Christian battled its way into the playoffs with clutch wins in the final two weeks of the season to earn enough points to qualify for the final playoff spot on the private school side. On Nov. 1, the Eagles beat George Walton Academy 44-42 on the final play of the game, a 20-yard touchdown pass from Brett Branton to Stephon Logan. Athens Christian then smothered crosstown rival Athens Academy, 21-3, in the season finale on Nov. 7. ELCA has won all four previous meetings between the two schools by a combined score of 144-34.

No. 15 St. Anne-Pacelli (7-3) at No. 2 Mount Pisgah Christian (10-0). The Patriots finished the regular season 10-0 for the first time and won the program’s first region title. Mt. Pisgah, located in Johns Creek, advanced to the private school playoffs last season for the first time since the school joined the Georgia High Schools Association in 2006. The Patriots were the No. 16 seed and led then-No. 1 seeded Athens Academy, 13-0, in the second half before eventually losing, 17-13. St. Anne-Pacelli of Columbus is undergoing a resurgence at the hands of head coach Randy Grace, now in his third season. The Vikings are back in the post season for the first time since 2007. They began the season 5-0, but are 2-3 since. This is the first meeting between the two schools.

No. 13 First Presbyterian Day (6-4) at No. 4 Calvary Day (8-2). Calvary Day, in Savannah, won its first region title since 1996 and is currently riding an eight-game winning streak, including a 40-14 dismantling of Johnson County, the No. 5 seed on the public school side, in the Region 3 title game on Nov. 8. FPD, located in Macon, began the season 1-3 but reeled off five straight wins before losing the season finale to Region 7 champion Aquinas, 33-32, on Nov. 8. This is the first meeting between the two schools.

No. 11 Our Lady of Mercy (5-5) at No. 6 Mount Paran Christian (8-2). This is a rematch of the season opener for both teams, which Mt. Paran won handily, 36-7. Mt. Paran, located in Kennesaw, is one of the few teams in the state running a version of the old single-wing offense. The Eagles have advanced to the playoffs in three of the program’s four varsity seasons. Mercy is in the playoffs for the second consecutive season for the first time in school history, under the leadership of head coach Mike Earwood, in his fourth season at the Fayetteville school. The Bobcats began the season 0-3 and played one of the state’s toughest regular season schedules as the combined record of their 10 opponents was 64-35.

Coach Speak

ELCA head coach Jonathan Gess on being the No. 1 private school seed: “I’ve been really impressed with this team. I thought we would be pretty good but I didn’t expect us to have the season we’re having in terms of the winning margins we’ve had. When you have a team that has five [NCAA] Division I kids on it and wins a state championship, and you lose those kids the next season you expect a bit of a drop off. But we still have guys like [senior quarterback] Dalton [Etheridge] and [senior defensive end] Andrew [Williams] and [senior linebacker Josh] Shockley, and a bunch of talented guys who play hard and play together.

“Their focus has been to put all their energy into each opponent, and then worry about the next opponent. The goal has been to be the best we can be each week. It’s been a lot of fun watching this team have the season it’s had.”

Seminole County head coach Alan Ingram on being the No. 1 public school seed: “They haven’t been 10-0 around here for a while. That’s a great accomplishment by this team when you consider all the competition and parity, and this team has done a great job of handling all of that. They don’t worry about [individual] stats, and that’s rare these days. They just worry about the opponent that is in front of them each week. They have a saying that goes ‘respect all but fear none,’ and that’s the way they have approached every one of our opponents.”

Aquinas head coach James Leonard on being looked upon as the team most likely capable of knocking off ELCA: “We’re a lot more balanced than we were last season with [UGA freshman standout] Brendan [Douglas]. [Junior running back] Ruben Garnett was pretty good last year but he was overshadowed by Brendan. He’s showing what he can do this season, and our sophomore quarterback [Liam Welch] has really played well. And we had seven offensive linemen returning, so we thought we would be pretty good.

“I think we play in the SEC of Class A in a region that is down a little bit this season but has teams like Lincoln County, First Presbyterian, Wilkinson County always has great athletes and Warren County. So we feel like when we play like we’re capable of playing we are just as good as anyone that’s out there.

PUBLIC

Upper Bracket

No. 1 Seminole County (Region 1 champion) vs No. 16 Wilkinson County

No. 8 Commerce vs. No. 9 Charlton County

No. 5 Johnson County vs. No. 12 Emanuel County Institute

No. 13 Trion at No. 4 Irwin County

Lower Bracket

No. 3 Clinch County (Region 2 champion) vs. No. 14 Claxton

No. 6 Hawkinsville vs. No. 11 Mitchell County

No. 7 Lincoln County vs. No. 10 Dooly County

No. 15 Turner County at No. 2 Marion County (Region 4 champion)

PRIVATE

Upper Bracket

No. 1 Eagle’s Landing Christian Academy (Region 5 champion) vs. No. 16 Athens Christian

No. 8 Darlington vs. No. 9 Christian Heritage

No. 5 Prince Avenue (Region 8 champion) vs. No. 12 Brookstone

No. 13 First Presbyterian at No. 4 Calvary Day (Region 3 champion)

Lower Bracket

No. 3 Aquinas (Region 7 champion) vs. No. 14 Savannah Christian

No. 6 Mount Paran Christian vs. No. 11 Our Lady of Mercy

No. 7 Landmark Christian vs. No. 10 Holy Innocents’

No. 15 St. Anne Pacelli at No. 2 Mount Pisgah Christian (Region 6 champion)

40 comments Add your comment

Sam Roney

November 21st, 2013
5:40 pm

Single A Guy…In a previous post, you chided me some on our “Big Fullback”(Reuben Garnett) and
described us as “one-dimensional”…I hope you keep that view of Aquinas…Garnett is not a big fullback.
First, he’s a tailback, not big, but he is very strong, and has great leg strength..And doesn’t ever quit.
Often he turns what looks like a stop after 3 yards, into a 20-30 yards+ gain. WSe are definitely not a
one dimensional team at all..QB Liam Welch, is only a soph, but plays like a senior. Great arm and a very accurate passer to any of 5 receivers. We also have another strong running back in John Morris, and as good a kicking game as you will see. FG’s as long as 49 yards. Good punting, and
most kickoffs out of end zone. We have eight offensive linemen back. Keep telling those up there that we’re “one dimensional”. For all the talk on Lincoln Cty. being on a downer at 7-3, and after we
beat them by 28, you will probably still find them strong and winning some playoff games on the public side also. Dooly Cty. should be very wary in that game.

nourstuff

November 21st, 2013
6:32 pm

I’ll guess that one “pretender” from each side of the split will fall (top 5 seeds). Things get a lot more interesting next week, hope everyone has an injury-free game experience tomorrow night.

Swamp Lizard

November 21st, 2013
6:41 pm

@ Aquinas Head Coach James Leonard …. “I think we play in the SEC of Class A …..” First off, congratulations on going 10-0, that’s a great feat no matter what region you play in. You did mention how Region 7 was down …. well, it’s WAY DOWN. First off Aquinas had a strenght of schedule rating of 6.99 … that is really WEAK ( one of the worse in Class A ). I know EVERYONE in the Augusta area is infatuated with Coach Campbell and Lincoln Co, even your own fans are in awe of them and can’t believe your team beat them. I said all along Aquinas would beat a very OVER RATED Lincoln Co football team back in October. Lincoln Co will get “bounced” in Round 1 by Dooly Co. Now let’s talk about Frist Presbyterian Day … I have nothing but great things to say about them and thier coaching staff. Good team that’s heading in the right direction, but will get “bounced” in Round 1 against Calvary Day. Wilkinson Co …. making the playoffs with a 4-6 record? …. I need not say anything more about them … Oh yes I do …. “bounced” in Round 1. Now that leaves your team … #3 seed Aquinas against #14 seed Sav Christian …. have them ready to play. I do have you going to Round 2. So that leaves the SEC of Class A football at 1-3 after Round 1. I’m sorry Coach, but if you believe that you have played in the SEC of Class A football this year, you are in for a very rude awakening in the playoffs. I do wish you well and hope you make that dream “run” in the playoffs.

MDH

November 21st, 2013
6:47 pm

watch out for Pisgah Junior QB is good

Swamp Lizard

November 21st, 2013
6:51 pm

THE SWAMP PICKS …. PUBLIC

#1 Seminole Co over #16 Wilkinson Co
#9 Charlton Co over #8 Commerence
#5 Johnson Co over #12 ECI
#4 Irwin Co over #13 Trion

#3 Clinch Co over #14 Claxton
#6 Hawkinsville over #11 Mitchell Co
#10 Dooly Co over #7 Lincoln Co
#2 Marion Co over #15 Turner Co

Swamp Lizard

November 21st, 2013
6:59 pm

THE SWAMP PICKS …. PRIVATE

#1 ELCA over #16 Athens Christian
#8 Darlington over #9 Christian Heritage
#5 Prince Ave over #12 Brookstone
#4 Calvary Day over #13 First Presbyterian

#3 Aquinas over #14 Sav Christian
#11 Our Lady of Mercy over #6 Mt Paran
#7 Landmark over #10 Holy Innocents
#2 Mt Pisgah over #15 St Anne Pacelli

Afan

November 21st, 2013
7:20 pm

Good luck and safe travels to all. Hopefully the newfangled/ancient offense that confounded OLM last time won’t be so confusing to them this time. We ran an 19/1 defense that kept them from scoring an offensive TD first time we beat them this year 36-7 that we got from Mars!! Good health to all the boys Friday night.

Swamp Lizard

November 21st, 2013
7:52 pm

@ nourstuff … great topic …. let’s look at the Top 5 seeds on each side and look for those upsets.

Public
#1 Seminole …. don’t see an upset here
#2 Marion Co …. Turner “could” pull off a shocker
#3 Clinch Co …. don’t think so
#4 Irwin Co … nawww
#5 Johnson Co …. ECI … these two really don’t like one another

Private
#1 ELCA …. nope
#2 Mt Pisgah … no, this will be ugly too
#3 Aquinas … Coach Crumley could have a little magic in a bottle
#4 Calvary Day … FPD “could” make this very interesting
#5 Prince Ave … Coach Herron will not let his team slide

LHSAlum33

November 21st, 2013
8:09 pm

Coach Leonard must not have realized that Region 3 consists of ECI, Calvary Day, Sav Christian, Claxton, and Johnson Co.

Swamp Lizard

November 21st, 2013
8:22 pm

@ LHSAlum33 …. yea, that’s another “strong” Region

byrd#20

November 21st, 2013
8:24 pm

Hey guy don”t sleep on Claxton

TRT

November 21st, 2013
8:26 pm

Okay, I’ve read comments for the last 2 weeks that Paran has no chance – everyone’s picking OLM. Why?? I realize we might have “caught” them off guard – whatever. I could care less that they play in Swamps league, no matter how good your region is. Bottom line, we whipped OLM the first time – shame on the coaches for not making adjustments. I’m looking forward to a great game and I’m expecting a much better effort from OLM – just give Paran the respect it’s due!!!

Swamp Lizard

November 21st, 2013
8:37 pm

@ TRT … Mt Paran is a very good team and I do think a lot of Region 6 ( because of Mt Paran ). If I was “honest” with you, I might have made that pick with more “heart” than “head” ….. but I need an “upset” and that’s the one I like the most. No hard feelings toward Mt Paran … & honestly, if you win in Round 1, I’ll be a BIG Mt Paran fan in Round 2. As far as Region 6, I really hate seeing Darlington & Christian Heritage having to play one another ( like Landmark & Holy Innocents ) …. those are fine teams.

Swamp Lizard

November 21st, 2013
8:45 pm

@ byrd#20 …. that was a big win over ECI to close out the season, Tigers are “solid” …. Just think that’s a tough draw against a very good Clinch Co team in Homerville. Wish y’all well tough.

TRT

November 21st, 2013
8:46 pm

Swamp, thanks for the honesty. Now I’ll give you a little love – last saturday my family saw a group of ELCA players step out of a bus obviously on a recruiting trip from Auburn/UGA game. The individuals that got off the bus, were nothing short of grown men. My son, who plays for Paran was in awe. Not intimidated, just in awe. I don’t need to tell you guys good luck because you don’t need it.

Tiger Patpaw

November 21st, 2013
8:49 pm

OK, I made my predictions on the previous blog.

It’s time for …

MY DREAM SCENARIO (rev. 3): ELCA defeats Athens Christian, and Patriots win out. Tigers defeat the Lions and then shock the Class A world, continuing on to an un-official on-field region championship game at the Dome.

May all of our young men compete with honor.

TRT

November 21st, 2013
8:52 pm

Tiger Pitpaw, i hope your dream has you playing Paran. It could turn into a nightmare:)

Swamp Lizard

November 21st, 2013
8:57 pm

@ TRT …. my son is a senior this year and this is really a fine group of young men at ELCA. As you can imagine I’m very proud of all of them. ELCA is a very good team, but they have to “play” …. as you know they will have a big “bullseye” on them and every team will bring their ‘A” game. Wish your son and team teh best Friday night … I know we are all excited.

Tiger Patpaw

November 21st, 2013
9:06 pm

@ nourstuff

Made me look. Again! I know you’re probably right, but I think it’s all gonna be chalk until the 6 vs 11 and 7 vs 10 seeds.

Man I’m glad these games are tomorrow night! I got to quit thinking about it.

Swamp Lizard

November 21st, 2013
9:07 pm

@ Tiger Patpaw …. wish y’all well Friday night and hope that we see each other in Round 2. Been doing a little “homework” and hear you’ve got a “beast” up there about 6′5″ & 260 going to Auburn in the future …. please tell him to be easy on my son !!

Tiger Patpaw

November 21st, 2013
9:15 pm

@ Swamp Lizard

He’s just a sophmore.

By the way, you too made me look again! STOP!!

Tiger Patpaw

November 21st, 2013
9:22 pm

@ TRT

All the best from a Region 6 brother.
But no, your guys let the Patriots in from Sub-B.

nourstuff

November 21st, 2013
9:23 pm

@Tiger & @Swamp, wouldn’t want to go back and live it all over, but I’d enjoy a Tom Hanks “Big” Friday Night experience (in reverse) one more time….

MDH

November 21st, 2013
9:28 pm

@Tiger Patpaw
you guys have a great team, number 4 is athlete who can flat out play and the tight end/ d end forget the number, sophomore you talk about? Beast. you guys should have no trouble with Christian Heritage

Not going to make straight predictions but things to watch out for:
Can ELCA’s dominance continue?
ELCA will clearly be a favorite coming in, but I feel its going to be a lot harder to get there than it was last year
OLM is looking like an underdog pick for alot of people but Mount Paran is a great football team dont sleep on them either
Mt. Pisgah has been him with the injury bug but I do believe they have everyone back, watch out for them.
HIES is a great team to watch out for as well, gave ELCA a run for their money

Tiger Patpaw

November 21st, 2013
9:31 pm

@ nourstuff

Please, I don’t want to review a movie too.

Have fun tomorrow night.

Tiger Patpaw

November 21st, 2013
9:52 pm

@ MDH

Thanks, this is a fun Tiger team to watch. #40 has a bright future. #4 has a decent grandfather.
Don’t sell the Lions short. They are hungry.
ELCA is the team to beat; we only hope to earn the opportunity.
The Mt’s are real good teams.
OLM is on a roll.
I like HEIS enough to pick them over a Landmark team I thoroughly respect.

Tiger Patpaw

November 22nd, 2013
4:31 am

It’s Football Friday. The Christian Heritage School Lions (Region 6-A: 3-1, Class A: 5-1, overall: 8-2, 9 seed) roar into Rome GA for a rematch with the Darlington School Tigers (Region 6-A: 4-0, Class A: 6-1, overall: 8-2, 8 seed) as the Lions make their debut appearance in the GHSA playoffs. Lions and Tigers and yellow hand zebras, phase II. OH MY! With aggressive defenses and solid special teams being a push, in my opinion, this game comes down to offensive execution. As Christian Heritage maintains balance and performs their precise sideline passing game and Darlington predominantly features a one dimensional ground & pound, miss-steps or slips could lead to a blow-out. To be sure, yellow hand producing bone headed errors must be eliminated. Recalling that the last meeting was decided with :39 left, we should witness another exciting game. Once again frenetic fans facilitate filters for fighting flying fur. Both programs are hungry for a little “perimeter” respect! The winner of this contest is invited to fill their plate in the second round. If you can’t be at Chris Hunter Stadium, Steve Conrad and Philip Edge will have all the action on the WLAQ 1410 radio and online at http://www.wlaq1410.com/ . Their broadcast will begin at 7:15 pm with kick off at 7:30 pm.

CSRA706

November 22nd, 2013
5:14 am

@All Coach Leonard said a mouth full and believe it will be settled once and for all at 730, region 7 4-0 in first round!!!!!

Swamp Lizard

November 22nd, 2013
5:52 am

@ CSRA706 …. Region 7 ( 4-0 ) ??? You really think Wilkinson Co is going to beat Seminole Co? …… FPD over Calvary Day ? If Lincoln Co is “healthy”, they do stand a chance at home in the waterdown Public side, but Dooly Co doesn’t fear an overrated Lincoln Co team like y’all do ( what ?? one win in 50 years? ) ….. as far as Aquinas, you better hope you get out of Round 1 against Sav Christian.

Innocent Bystander

November 22nd, 2013
6:24 am

@ Sam Roney……..looking at your schedule, especially the non-conference part, you have absolutely zero room to call any team ELCA played a patsie ! East Laurens & Josey ? C’mon ! 1 win between them! Our schedule was statistically 4 times tougher than yours & we became 1 of only a hand full of teams in the history of GHSA to win every game by at least 20 points. Also, keep thinking Aquinas is so balanced on offense. IF you make it to us that should continue ! Nothing on the ground, nothing through the air ! How’s that for balance ? You just need to worry about getting there. We’ll be waiting !
@ MDH……..I guess its a compliment to ELCA when you consider getting beat by 22 a run for their money !

bucket

November 22nd, 2013
9:22 am

@ All – I’m thinking maybe Coach Leonard is aware of all the back and forth about which region is the “SEC of Class A”?

@ All – As I am reading all these comments and thinking of our past debates (some I am not proud of) I am reminded of a greater responsibility that all of us who cheer for Private Christian schools have in this world. And that is “Let your light shine before men that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in Heaven.” (Matthew 5:16) Let’s allow the kids who play the game on the field to enjoy this time of their lives and let’s not get drawn into the false bravado of talking about which Christian school is going to trounce the other or which Christian school is cheating. I know all of us wish we were still playing, but the fact is we are not. We will have nothing to do with the outcome of the games because we are not coaching or playing. I have sang the praises of ELCA all year because I saw first hand in the Dome last year what that team is capable of. I still believe they will win it all again barring a major upset. So let’s enjoy the games and let the high school players enjoy this experience and let’s stay above the fray of finger pointing and taunting and most importantly let’s allow God to get the glory for whatever results follow tonight.

Eagle

November 22nd, 2013
10:06 am

bucket I agree let the kids have fun! Good luck to all the teams.

Swamp Lizard

November 22nd, 2013
10:34 am

@ Bucket …. you are so right and thank you for “reeling” us ( myself mainly ) back in. BUT …… wasn’t David a Christian when he slayed Goliath? …. wasn’t Joshua a Christian marching around the walls of Jericho? Christians have been at war ( fighting ) since we’ve became Christians. This is a fine line between a sermon and the football playoffs ( or a football blog ). I do agree with you 100% …. we shouldn’t take all this to the point that we “belittle” one another. I think we all ( Christians ) have that “competitive nature” in us …. I’m not disagreeing by any means, but we do need to separate “fun” on here ( & gigging others ) and being an “example”. A “message” was sent to me this morning and kind of hit me between the eyes ….. “Be Humble in Victory ( Success )” …. “Be Gracious in Defeat ( Failure )” !! Good Post !!

nourstuff

November 22nd, 2013
10:56 am

@Swamp, So in your comparative examples are the Chargers represented by the Israelites or the Palestinians? Shall we survey the class A bloggers for their collective input? :)

PWO Red Shirt

November 22nd, 2013
11:30 am

Aquinas folks have been patting themselves on the back all year. But I think Coach L broke his arm with the SEC comment.
If what I hear is true you will be in 8A next year along with Lincoln Co (If Larry dont run crying to get out of 8 like two years ago!). Aquinas R.I.P 11-22-13 when some ATL kids come to town.
Oh-region 5 is the SEC.

PWO Red Shirt

November 22nd, 2013
12:10 pm

R.I.P. 11-29-13 my bad!

Swamp Lizard

November 22nd, 2013
12:26 pm

@ nourstuff ….. I think we have all painted ELCA as that BIG Philistine (Goliath ) !! ;)

bucket

November 22nd, 2013
12:45 pm

@ Swamp – I can’t disagree with anything you posted. The “message” you said hit you between the eyes was the right spirit that I was calling for in my post, but it was put much better and more succinctly by: “Be humble in victory, Be gracious in defeat”.

It is true, however, that what some call “gigging” comes off as trash talking and arrogance by our opponents. I am sure that’s not the impression that the administrators and coaches at ELCA want others to have of their school and I know that’s not the impression that the school officials at Prince want projected to the public. I should think long and hard when I make a remark on these blogs because as a supporter of Prince that reflects either positively or negatively about an institution that a lot of people have worked very hard to build up. I am anonymous, but the school, coaches, and players are not. Most importantly, however, I should think about how my comments either reflect or deflect glory from God.

I promise that is all my sermonizing for today!!!!!!

Swamp Lizard

November 22nd, 2013
1:45 pm

@ bucket …… I can say that I admire you and your stand.

Swamp Lizard

November 22nd, 2013
6:40 pm

ALL Class A fans …. be safe on the road and may these young men play with a ton of heart tonight. I do wish each and everyone of you the very best.