Monday, September 29, 2008
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Sunday, September 28, 2008
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Friday, September 26, 2008
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Thursday, September 25, 2008
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Tuesday, September 23, 2008
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...from the GR Press, in case you missed the phenomonal game last Friday...
Sometimes these amazing matchups between unbeaten teams live up to the hype. Sometimes the fans -- nearly 10,000 folks crammed in the stands and sprawled on the hillsides -- get there early and stay until the decisive play.
That play, a 40-yard interception return by Rockford's Brogan Bibler with 1:25 left, sealed the win.
"Points were just brutal to come by, it was a tough battle up and down the field," said Bibler, a rare three-year starter for the Rams. "They hit hard, they came back and we tried to hit them hard, too. Hudsonville is a great team, and it's great to come out on top of this (game) one time."
The win, the first for Rockford at Eagle Stadium and the second all-time against Hudsonville, was a first for Bibler. But that does not mean the Rams have not done well.
The last three seasons, Hudsonville and Rockford have captured at least a share of the O-K Red Conference title. Since 2004, both teams have made trips to the state finals, and Rockford won it all twice.
And here's the clip of the interception! http://www.rockfordfootball.com/images_multi/04_int_bibler.mov
Posted by The Bibler's at 10:17 AM
Monday, September 22, 2008
There are three very special people that are in need of prayers. The first is my mom, who is suffereing from severe chest (and neck/back) pains and cannot find an answer as to why she is having them. Fortunately, all serious medical concerns have been ruled out so far, and she has been told that she's not in any immediate danger.
The second is for Autsin's Uncle Bill (on the Bibler side), who has been diagnosed with Esophageal Cancer. Please keep him and his wife Patty (Charlie's sister) in your thoughts and prayers.
The third is for Tom Willey, a very good friend of ours. He just got home from a 48 hour hospital stay for several blood clots, and found out through testing that he is genitically prone to them, so he is not out of the woods yet. His case was very much like my dad's last summer, meaning Tom is very lucky to be alive today.
Thank you all for these thoughts and prayers...they are needed.
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Saturday, September 20, 2008
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Friday, September 19, 2008
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Sunday, September 07, 2008
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Tuesday, September 02, 2008
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