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State Rankings #5- 10/1

Post by Soccerfan1 » Mon Oct 01, 2018 12:43 pm

OSSCA State Poll 2018 - 10/01
Last Updated on Monday, 01 October 2018 12:40
Published on Monday, 01 October 2018 12:40
Written by Sean Humenansky
BOYS DIVISION I
1. St. Ignatius (Cleveland) 9-0-2 99
2. Archbishop Moeller (Cincinnati) 9-0-1 90
3. Olentangy Liberty (Powell) 10-1-0 73
4. Beavercreek 10-1-0 62
5. New Albany 12-0-0 48
6. Medina 9-1-2 45
7. Northview (Sylvania) 9-1-1 35
Strongsville 9-2-1 35
9. St. Johns Jesuit (Toledo) 10-0-1 23
10. St. Charles Prep School (Columbus) 8-2-1 19
Receiving votes: Centerville, St. Xavier (Cincinnati), Brunswick, Madison (Mansfield)
BOYS DIVISION II
1. Bay (Bay Village) 8-1-2 98
2. Archbishop Alter (Kettering) 9-0-3 86
3. Wyoming (Cincinnati) 11-0-2 79
4. Revere (Richfield) 7-2-2 66
5. Chagrin Falls 11-1-1 62
6. Hubbard 12-0-0 41
7. Lexington 9-1-0 40
8. Kenton 10-0-1 28
9. Shawnee (Lima) 9-2-1 12
10. Athens 10-0-1 11
Receiving votes: Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (Cuyahoga Falls), Howland (Warren), Tippecanoe (Tipp City), Vermilion, Ontario
BOYS DIVISION III
1. Ottawa Hills 9-1-0 99
2. Dayton Christian School 10-2-0 90
3. Cincinnati Country Day School 6-2-1 74
4. Independence 12-0-0 72
5. Troy Christian School 10-0-0 55
6. Madeira (Cincinnati) 7-3-0 42
7. Archbold 12-1-0 38
8. Central Christian School (Kidron) 9-1-2 36
9. Seven Hills (Cincinnati) 8-1-0 23
10. Bishop Rosecrans (Zanesville) 7-2-2 7
Receiving votes: Western Reserve Academy (Hudson), Crestview (Columbiana), Hiland (Berlin), South Webster, Yellow Springs
GIRLS DIVISION I
1. Medina 9-0-2 98
2. Strongsville 10-0-3 85
3. Beavercreek 11-0-0 79
4. Loveland 8-0-3 64
5. Walsh Jesuit (Cuyahoga Falls) 10-1-0 61
6. Bishop Watterson (Columbus) 10-0-1 48
7. Anthony Wayne (Whitehouse) 9-1-2 44
8. Ashland 11-2-0 25
9. Twinsburg 12-0-0 17
10. Fairfield 9-0-1 12
Receiving votes: Canfield, Centerville, Perrysburg, North (Pickerington)
GIRLS DIVISION II
1. Indian Hill (Cincinnati) 8-0-2 96
2. Granville 10-1-0 85
3. Archbishop Alter (Kettering) 8-1-2 77
4. Madison (Mansfield) 11-0-1 60
Shawnee (Lima) 12-0-0 60
6. Buckeye (Medina) 11-0-1 54
7. Badin (Hamilton) 5-4-1 27
8. Big Walnut (Sunbury) 6-1-3 25
9. Gilmour Academy (Gates Mills) 7-2-2 24
10. Summit Country Day School (Cincinnati) 8-2-0 21
Receiving votes: West Branch (Beloit), Holy Name (Parma Heights), Elida, Tippecanoe (Tipp City), Revere (Richfield), River View (Warsaw)
GIRLS DIVISION III
1. Kirtland 12-0-0 98
2. Cincinnati Country Day School 9-0-0 92
3. Anna 10-0-1 70
4. Worthington Christian School 7-0-4 53
5. Chippewa (Doylestown) 7-1-1 46
6. Bishop Rosecrans (Zanesville) 8-1-2 39
7. Eastwood (Pemberville) 11-0-0 35
8. Huron 11-0-0 30
9. Liberty-Benton (Findlay) 10-0-1 23
10. Madeira (Cincinnati) 2-3-4 15
Receiving votes: Grandview Heights, Lordstown, Crestview (Ashland), West Liberty-Salem, The Wellington School (Columbus), Archbold, Northwestern (West Salem)



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Re: State Rankings #5- 10/1

Post by stacey7722 » Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:07 pm

Soccerfan1 wrote:
Mon Oct 01, 2018 12:43 pm
OSSCA State Poll 2018 - 10/01
Last Updated on Monday, 01 October 2018 12:40
Published on Monday, 01 October 2018 12:40
Written by Sean Humenansky
BOYS DIVISION I
1. St. Ignatius (Cleveland) 9-0-2 99
2. Archbishop Moeller (Cincinnati) 9-0-1 90
3. Olentangy Liberty (Powell) 10-1-0 73
4. Beavercreek 10-1-0 62
5. New Albany 12-0-0 48
6. Medina 9-1-2 45
7. Northview (Sylvania) 9-1-1 35
Strongsville 9-2-1 35
9. St. Johns Jesuit (Toledo) 10-0-1 23
10. St. Charles Prep School (Columbus) 8-2-1 19
Receiving votes: Centerville, St. Xavier (Cincinnati), Brunswick, Madison (Mansfield)
BOYS DIVISION II
1. Bay (Bay Village) 8-1-2 98
2. Archbishop Alter (Kettering) 9-0-3 86
3. Wyoming (Cincinnati) 11-0-2 79
4. Revere (Richfield) 7-2-2 66
5. Chagrin Falls 11-1-1 62
6. Hubbard 12-0-0 41
7. Lexington 9-1-0 40
8. Kenton 10-0-1 28
9. Shawnee (Lima) 9-2-1 12
10. Athens 10-0-1 11
Receiving votes: Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (Cuyahoga Falls), Howland (Warren), Tippecanoe (Tipp City), Vermilion, Ontario
BOYS DIVISION III
1. Ottawa Hills 9-1-0 99
2. Dayton Christian School 10-2-0 90
3. Cincinnati Country Day School 6-2-1 74
4. Independence 12-0-0 72
5. Troy Christian School 10-0-0 55
6. Madeira (Cincinnati) 7-3-0 42
7. Archbold 12-1-0 38
8. Central Christian School (Kidron) 9-1-2 36
9. Seven Hills (Cincinnati) 8-1-0 23
10. Bishop Rosecrans (Zanesville) 7-2-2 7
Receiving votes: Western Reserve Academy (Hudson), Crestview (Columbiana), Hiland (Berlin), South Webster, Yellow Springs
GIRLS DIVISION I
1. Medina 9-0-2 98
2. Strongsville 10-0-3 85
3. Beavercreek 11-0-0 79
4. Loveland 8-0-3 64
5. Walsh Jesuit (Cuyahoga Falls) 10-1-0 61
6. Bishop Watterson (Columbus) 10-0-1 48
7. Anthony Wayne (Whitehouse) 9-1-2 44
8. Ashland 11-2-0 25
9. Twinsburg 12-0-0 17
10. Fairfield 9-0-1 12
Receiving votes: Canfield, Centerville, Perrysburg, North (Pickerington)
GIRLS DIVISION II
1. Indian Hill (Cincinnati) 8-0-2 96
2. Granville 10-1-0 85
3. Archbishop Alter (Kettering) 8-1-2 77
4. Madison (Mansfield) 11-0-1 60
Shawnee (Lima) 12-0-0 60
6. Buckeye (Medina) 11-0-1 54
7. Badin (Hamilton) 5-4-1 27
8. Big Walnut (Sunbury) 6-1-3 25
9. Gilmour Academy (Gates Mills) 7-2-2 24
10. Summit Country Day School (Cincinnati) 8-2-0 21
Receiving votes: West Branch (Beloit), Holy Name (Parma Heights), Elida, Tippecanoe (Tipp City), Revere (Richfield), River View (Warsaw)
GIRLS DIVISION III
1. Kirtland 12-0-0 98
2. Cincinnati Country Day School 9-0-0 92
3. Anna 10-0-1 70
4. Worthington Christian School 7-0-4 53
5. Chippewa (Doylestown) 7-1-1 46
6. Bishop Rosecrans (Zanesville) 8-1-2 39
7. Eastwood (Pemberville) 11-0-0 35
8. Huron 11-0-0 30
9. Liberty-Benton (Findlay) 10-0-1 23
10. Madeira (Cincinnati) 2-3-4 15
Receiving votes: Grandview Heights, Lordstown, Crestview (Ashland), West Liberty-Salem, The Wellington School (Columbus), Archbold, Northwestern (West Salem)
surprised that since coming out ranked in the top ten Lynchburg-Clay has dominated every team they have played and just beat a VERY good Alexander team and has steadily declined in the rankings out of the top ten and not even mentioned in the ones to be considered? Any thoughts on why the decline?

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Re: State Rankings #5- 10/1

Post by rxburgfan » Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:55 pm

stacey7722 wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:07 pm
Soccerfan1 wrote:
Mon Oct 01, 2018 12:43 pm
OSSCA State Poll 2018 - 10/01
Last Updated on Monday, 01 October 2018 12:40
Published on Monday, 01 October 2018 12:40
Written by Sean Humenansky
BOYS DIVISION I
1. St. Ignatius (Cleveland) 9-0-2 99
2. Archbishop Moeller (Cincinnati) 9-0-1 90
3. Olentangy Liberty (Powell) 10-1-0 73
4. Beavercreek 10-1-0 62
5. New Albany 12-0-0 48
6. Medina 9-1-2 45
7. Northview (Sylvania) 9-1-1 35
Strongsville 9-2-1 35
9. St. Johns Jesuit (Toledo) 10-0-1 23
10. St. Charles Prep School (Columbus) 8-2-1 19
Receiving votes: Centerville, St. Xavier (Cincinnati), Brunswick, Madison (Mansfield)
BOYS DIVISION II
1. Bay (Bay Village) 8-1-2 98
2. Archbishop Alter (Kettering) 9-0-3 86
3. Wyoming (Cincinnati) 11-0-2 79
4. Revere (Richfield) 7-2-2 66
5. Chagrin Falls 11-1-1 62
6. Hubbard 12-0-0 41
7. Lexington 9-1-0 40
8. Kenton 10-0-1 28
9. Shawnee (Lima) 9-2-1 12
10. Athens 10-0-1 11
Receiving votes: Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (Cuyahoga Falls), Howland (Warren), Tippecanoe (Tipp City), Vermilion, Ontario
BOYS DIVISION III
1. Ottawa Hills 9-1-0 99
2. Dayton Christian School 10-2-0 90
3. Cincinnati Country Day School 6-2-1 74
4. Independence 12-0-0 72
5. Troy Christian School 10-0-0 55
6. Madeira (Cincinnati) 7-3-0 42
7. Archbold 12-1-0 38
8. Central Christian School (Kidron) 9-1-2 36
9. Seven Hills (Cincinnati) 8-1-0 23
10. Bishop Rosecrans (Zanesville) 7-2-2 7
Receiving votes: Western Reserve Academy (Hudson), Crestview (Columbiana), Hiland (Berlin), South Webster, Yellow Springs
GIRLS DIVISION I
1. Medina 9-0-2 98
2. Strongsville 10-0-3 85
3. Beavercreek 11-0-0 79
4. Loveland 8-0-3 64
5. Walsh Jesuit (Cuyahoga Falls) 10-1-0 61
6. Bishop Watterson (Columbus) 10-0-1 48
7. Anthony Wayne (Whitehouse) 9-1-2 44
8. Ashland 11-2-0 25
9. Twinsburg 12-0-0 17
10. Fairfield 9-0-1 12
Receiving votes: Canfield, Centerville, Perrysburg, North (Pickerington)
GIRLS DIVISION II
1. Indian Hill (Cincinnati) 8-0-2 96
2. Granville 10-1-0 85
3. Archbishop Alter (Kettering) 8-1-2 77
4. Madison (Mansfield) 11-0-1 60
Shawnee (Lima) 12-0-0 60
6. Buckeye (Medina) 11-0-1 54
7. Badin (Hamilton) 5-4-1 27
8. Big Walnut (Sunbury) 6-1-3 25
9. Gilmour Academy (Gates Mills) 7-2-2 24
10. Summit Country Day School (Cincinnati) 8-2-0 21
Receiving votes: West Branch (Beloit), Holy Name (Parma Heights), Elida, Tippecanoe (Tipp City), Revere (Richfield), River View (Warsaw)
GIRLS DIVISION III
1. Kirtland 12-0-0 98
2. Cincinnati Country Day School 9-0-0 92
3. Anna 10-0-1 70
4. Worthington Christian School 7-0-4 53
5. Chippewa (Doylestown) 7-1-1 46
6. Bishop Rosecrans (Zanesville) 8-1-2 39
7. Eastwood (Pemberville) 11-0-0 35
8. Huron 11-0-0 30
9. Liberty-Benton (Findlay) 10-0-1 23
10. Madeira (Cincinnati) 2-3-4 15
Receiving votes: Grandview Heights, Lordstown, Crestview (Ashland), West Liberty-Salem, The Wellington School (Columbus), Archbold, Northwestern (West Salem)
surprised that since coming out ranked in the top ten Lynchburg-Clay has dominated every team they have played and just beat a VERY good Alexander team and has steadily declined in the rankings out of the top ten and not even mentioned in the ones to be considered? Any thoughts on why the decline?
Welcome to the respect received by the SE district from around the state.

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Re: State Rankings #5- 10/1

Post by Falcon01 » Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:30 pm

rxburgfan wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:55 pm
stacey7722 wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:07 pm
Soccerfan1 wrote:
Mon Oct 01, 2018 12:43 pm
OSSCA State Poll 2018 - 10/01
Last Updated on Monday, 01 October 2018 12:40
Published on Monday, 01 October 2018 12:40
Written by Sean Humenansky
BOYS DIVISION I
1. St. Ignatius (Cleveland) 9-0-2 99
2. Archbishop Moeller (Cincinnati) 9-0-1 90
3. Olentangy Liberty (Powell) 10-1-0 73
4. Beavercreek 10-1-0 62
5. New Albany 12-0-0 48
6. Medina 9-1-2 45
7. Northview (Sylvania) 9-1-1 35
Strongsville 9-2-1 35
9. St. Johns Jesuit (Toledo) 10-0-1 23
10. St. Charles Prep School (Columbus) 8-2-1 19
Receiving votes: Centerville, St. Xavier (Cincinnati), Brunswick, Madison (Mansfield)
BOYS DIVISION II
1. Bay (Bay Village) 8-1-2 98
2. Archbishop Alter (Kettering) 9-0-3 86
3. Wyoming (Cincinnati) 11-0-2 79
4. Revere (Richfield) 7-2-2 66
5. Chagrin Falls 11-1-1 62
6. Hubbard 12-0-0 41
7. Lexington 9-1-0 40
8. Kenton 10-0-1 28
9. Shawnee (Lima) 9-2-1 12
10. Athens 10-0-1 11
Receiving votes: Cuyahoga Valley Christian Academy (Cuyahoga Falls), Howland (Warren), Tippecanoe (Tipp City), Vermilion, Ontario
BOYS DIVISION III
1. Ottawa Hills 9-1-0 99
2. Dayton Christian School 10-2-0 90
3. Cincinnati Country Day School 6-2-1 74
4. Independence 12-0-0 72
5. Troy Christian School 10-0-0 55
6. Madeira (Cincinnati) 7-3-0 42
7. Archbold 12-1-0 38
8. Central Christian School (Kidron) 9-1-2 36
9. Seven Hills (Cincinnati) 8-1-0 23
10. Bishop Rosecrans (Zanesville) 7-2-2 7
Receiving votes: Western Reserve Academy (Hudson), Crestview (Columbiana), Hiland (Berlin), South Webster, Yellow Springs
GIRLS DIVISION I
1. Medina 9-0-2 98
2. Strongsville 10-0-3 85
3. Beavercreek 11-0-0 79
4. Loveland 8-0-3 64
5. Walsh Jesuit (Cuyahoga Falls) 10-1-0 61
6. Bishop Watterson (Columbus) 10-0-1 48
7. Anthony Wayne (Whitehouse) 9-1-2 44
8. Ashland 11-2-0 25
9. Twinsburg 12-0-0 17
10. Fairfield 9-0-1 12
Receiving votes: Canfield, Centerville, Perrysburg, North (Pickerington)
GIRLS DIVISION II
1. Indian Hill (Cincinnati) 8-0-2 96
2. Granville 10-1-0 85
3. Archbishop Alter (Kettering) 8-1-2 77
4. Madison (Mansfield) 11-0-1 60
Shawnee (Lima) 12-0-0 60
6. Buckeye (Medina) 11-0-1 54
7. Badin (Hamilton) 5-4-1 27
8. Big Walnut (Sunbury) 6-1-3 25
9. Gilmour Academy (Gates Mills) 7-2-2 24
10. Summit Country Day School (Cincinnati) 8-2-0 21
Receiving votes: West Branch (Beloit), Holy Name (Parma Heights), Elida, Tippecanoe (Tipp City), Revere (Richfield), River View (Warsaw)
GIRLS DIVISION III
1. Kirtland 12-0-0 98
2. Cincinnati Country Day School 9-0-0 92
3. Anna 10-0-1 70
4. Worthington Christian School 7-0-4 53
5. Chippewa (Doylestown) 7-1-1 46
6. Bishop Rosecrans (Zanesville) 8-1-2 39
7. Eastwood (Pemberville) 11-0-0 35
8. Huron 11-0-0 30
9. Liberty-Benton (Findlay) 10-0-1 23
10. Madeira (Cincinnati) 2-3-4 15
Receiving votes: Grandview Heights, Lordstown, Crestview (Ashland), West Liberty-Salem, The Wellington School (Columbus), Archbold, Northwestern (West Salem)
surprised that since coming out ranked in the top ten Lynchburg-Clay has dominated every team they have played and just beat a VERY good Alexander team and has steadily declined in the rankings out of the top ten and not even mentioned in the ones to be considered? Any thoughts on why the decline?
Welcome to the respect received by the SE district from around the state.
I mean lets be honest... when has the SE gone to regionals and won to gain respect?

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Re: State Rankings #5- 10/1

Post by rxburgfan » Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:34 pm

Falcon01 wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:30 pm
rxburgfan wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:55 pm
stacey7722 wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:07 pm


surprised that since coming out ranked in the top ten Lynchburg-Clay has dominated every team they have played and just beat a VERY good Alexander team and has steadily declined in the rankings out of the top ten and not even mentioned in the ones to be considered? Any thoughts on why the decline?
Welcome to the respect received by the SE district from around the state.
I mean lets be honest... when has the SE gone to regionals and won to gain respect?
Not arguing they deserve respect but they just don’t get it nor have they earned it.

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Re: State Rankings #5- 10/1

Post by BananaSC74 » Sat Oct 06, 2018 11:49 pm

rxburgfan wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:34 pm
Falcon01 wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:30 pm
rxburgfan wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:55 pm


Welcome to the respect received by the SE district from around the state.
I mean lets be honest... when has the SE gone to regionals and won to gain respect?
Not arguing they deserve respect but they just don’t get it nor have they earned it.
Yes the southeast hasn’t earned all the respect yet, but Lynchburg Clay girls went to state just a season or two ago. So why does that not earn respect?

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Re: State Rankings #5- 10/1

Post by Tower » Mon Oct 08, 2018 1:25 am

How does Madeira get ranked with their record? If not mistaken their wins come against teams under 500.

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Re: State Rankings #5- 10/1

Post by Falcon01 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 8:48 am

Tower wrote:
Mon Oct 08, 2018 1:25 am
How does Madeira get ranked with their record? If not mistaken their wins come against teams under 500.
Don't like that one either. They are normally in regional finals every year, and lose to CCD, but this year they aren't beating the teams they should or the way they normally do. Would be curious to see who the coach who votes is in that district, and maybe he sees something that their record doesn't indicate.

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Re: State Rankings #5- 10/1

Post by danicalifornia » Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:56 am

Madeira is the 3rd best team out of Cincinnati and plays an absurd schedule. They would utterly dominate any team from our area, which is probably why they still get votes despite their record being the way it is this season.

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Re: State Rankings #5- 10/1

Post by Falcon01 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 12:12 pm

danicalifornia wrote:
Mon Oct 08, 2018 11:56 am
Madeira is the 3rd best team out of Cincinnati and plays an absurd schedule. They would utterly dominate any team from our area, which is probably why they still get votes despite their record being the way it is this season.
I agree with you, except their schedule this year hasn't produced like normal. But ultimately I still agree with you

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Re: State Rankings #5- 10/1

Post by we21 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 1:28 pm

Just out

LC comes in at No 10 this week.

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Re: State Rankings #5- 10/1

Post by art_vandelay » Mon Oct 08, 2018 2:59 pm

Basically, until teams from SE Ohio start winning a Regional title every few years instead of once every 10-20 years, they'll start getting respect. Until then, it's the world we live in. South Webster has had a heck of a season and probably deserves some more votes in D3. But the only thing the voters know about them is losing 6-0 to Grandview Heights in Regional Final last year. Gotta prove it on the field.*

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Re: State Rankings #5- 10/1

Post by stacey7722 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 3:18 pm

rxburgfan wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:34 pm
Falcon01 wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:30 pm
rxburgfan wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 9:55 pm


Welcome to the respect received by the SE district from around the state.
I mean lets be honest... when has the SE gone to regionals and won to gain respect?
Not arguing they deserve respect but they just don’t get it nor have they earned it.
What do you have to do to earn respect in the state? Regional finals last year, state final four year before, regional finals year before that. This from a PUBLIC school, no recruiting just home grown kids. Oh, and haven't lost a league game in over a decade. Is winning the state the only answer to earning respect in the state? Because I will tell you that is not happening for public school, system set up against them. Go look at the records for the last 10 years girls soccer in every division and get back to me on how many public schools have won a state title. Lynchburg-Clay has been pretty good and consistent for a long time, but if that doesn't deserve respect I guess they will have to work harder.

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Re: State Rankings #5- 10/1

Post by Falcon01 » Mon Oct 08, 2018 3:30 pm

Honestly though, it's just a poll, and its a few select coaches puttin it together. We could require them to do more homework and try ti vote better, but in the end it doesn't matter because every team makes the tourney.


Im more annoyed with how in girls d2, the east gets 2 teams to regionals and get to play each other while the SE gets to play the CD(usually granville) every year. No idea why it doesn't at least rotate.

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Re: State Rankings #5- 10/1

Post by danicalifornia » Mon Oct 08, 2018 3:54 pm

Falcon01 wrote:
Mon Oct 08, 2018 3:30 pm

Im more annoyed with how in girls d2, the east gets 2 teams to regionals and get to play each other while the SE gets to play the CD(usually granville) every year. No idea why it doesn't at least rotate.
Yep, couldn’t agree more on this. Whomever our rep is will compete well with the Central team and then the East winner will lose by a touchdown again like last year.

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Re: State Rankings #5- 10/1

Post by rxburgfan » Mon Oct 08, 2018 10:07 pm

stacey7722 wrote:
Mon Oct 08, 2018 3:18 pm
rxburgfan wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:34 pm
Falcon01 wrote:
Sat Oct 06, 2018 10:30 pm


I mean lets be honest... when has the SE gone to regionals and won to gain respect?
Not arguing they deserve respect but they just don’t get it nor have they earned it.
What do you have to do to earn respect in the state? Regional finals last year, state final four year before, regional finals year before that. This from a PUBLIC school, no recruiting just home grown kids. Oh, and haven't lost a league game in over a decade. Is winning the state the only answer to earning respect in the state? Because I will tell you that is not happening for public school, system set up against them. Go look at the records for the last 10 years girls soccer in every division and get back to me on how many public schools have won a state title. Lynchburg-Clay has been pretty good and consistent for a long time, but if that doesn't deserve respect I guess they will have to work harder.
Good argument but look at the polls. And no public school is going to compete. LC has been there but coming out of the SE district doesn’t get you much. Also look at the number of state players that come out of this district. Very disproportionate.

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