Jayme Thompson and Toledo Central Catholic Edge Cam Burrows and Trotwood Madison

By Jason Priestas on December 1, 2012 at 12:20a

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Born and Bred's picture

How did Cameron Burrows look?

Buckeye till I'm dead

ausmos's picture

TCC didn't pass much, and when they did, they didn't throw it near Burrows.

MotownBuck's picture

Cam & Jayme each had 2 solo tackles and 1 assisted tackle a piece. Neither team, smartly, never really threw their way. McCray led both teams in tackles with about 8-9. A couple big tackles late to try and start the 4th quarter comeback.
Can't wait to see Jayme & Cam together in S & G

Trotwood-Madison. Once a Ram, Always a Ram.

toledobuckeyefanjim's picture

Central Catholic's Edwards ran over McCray to score his second TD of the game. McCray'll fit in well with that school up north. Congrats to my alma mater, Central Catholic! Trotwood gave them a good game right up to the end.

frogbaby236's picture

Wow Toledo representing this year, both CC and Whitmer are in the finals. Good to see this from my hometown.

buckeyedude's picture

My son went to the Central game last night, as he has several friends that play for them. I'm going to the Whitmer vs. Moeller game tonight.
Keep in mind: Whitmer beat Central earlier in the year, 42-0. And I've heard nothing about any big schools interested in any players from Whitmer. Go figure.
Congrats to Central, though. It's good to see teams from Toledo do well. Toledo has been more known for it's good basketball players(Dennis Hopson, Jimmy Jackson) than it's football players.



BeanvilleBuck's picture

TCC had a game plan of running directly at McCray rather than try to beat him around the edges....couldn't really tell how good he actually was.

"Winning takes care of everything. - Woody Hayes"

ToledoBuckeye's picture

Whitmer has a lot of "good" players on the team this year.  In years past they had quite a bit of D1 talent(Kenny Hayes, Chris Wormley, Storm Norton etc).  The new coach Jerry Bell has really gotten the "good" players to buy in.  With the size of Whitmer(Probably one of the biggest schools in the state) they are able to have a large football team and have a lot of good players who want to go there.

"Anything easy ain't worth a damn." - Woody Hayes

buckeyedude's picture

I am an 82 Whitmer alum. I went to the state semis when Whitmer played Princeton(in Ohio Stadium, no less). It was 41-0 at the half, Princeton. Whitmer had good teams back in the late 70s and 1980s that could do well in the metro Toledo area, but they never really could compete against the Cincinnati Princetons and Moellers, or the Cleveland St. Ignatius' or St. Ed's.
Until recently. More top Toledo kids are moving into the school district because they want to play for a winner. I still don't know how many of these Whitmer kids have D-1 offers, if any.