The last time i looked bellmont had over 900 kids so to me, 1200 to 900 isnt that huge of a disparity. But when i compare en to carroll, with carroll having 1000 kids more, now that, imo, is a huge disparity. So, yes, im the dummy that never looks at facts but my point is en is doing it with not a huge enrollment which makes this years teams accomplishments even more impressive. en would stack up against any team outside of pm pretty favorably. Im not going to get into the "who's second best in the state" ***fancy potty mouth*** but for their size en is awfully impressive.