By Jon Becker
Friday, October 19th, 2012 at 3:49 pm in Uncategorized.
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One thing to consider is CN has two tough game remaining in Rancho and Casa while MC and EC have softies. If CN loses one, then they drop to #3. If they win out, I think they get #1. Either way I think EC gets #2. Just my opion, but I think the seeding committee will want an undefeated EC #1 or #2, but since both of the northern power teams have much tougher schedules is hard to justify #1 for EC, so I think the net result is:
#1 CN if undefeated or MC if both have one loss
#2 EC as long as they go undefeated
#3 CN if they lose one, MC is CN wins-out
#4 Campo doubtful they’ll lose one to DV or Dublin
#5 Analy soft schedule, should go 10-0
#6 O’Dowd could still drop another game, then what?
#7 Novato? assuming 7-3 w/win over Tam, their win over Justin Siena might get them the nod for this spot, though not sure its deserved!
#8 Tennyson – Yea I said it! Even with their tissue soft schedule a 9-1 finish may get them in the top 8. They will still likely go one-and-done.
#9 & #10 Acalanes and Miramonte assumes both win remaining games and for Miramonte that is less certain
#11 & #12 Tam & Encinal – Encinal could still drop one or both remaining games, so who knows, but they’ll still deserve higher ranking than anyone else
stats were incorrect for qb Anderson for Mira Friday nite. He threw 5 tds, not 4.
D3, De la, whatever… Clayton Valley vs Northgate is game of the week… maybe of the year (until regionals). I’m there for sure.