Just a quick note that I have decided to re-new my freelance agreement with the Times, and myself and this blog will return next season.
Now that I’ve announced that, let’s look at the league races, and one dark horse team from each league to be a handful the rest of the way.
With just over a month until the playoffs, it’s definitely not too early to break down each division and see how the playoff races are looking.
Let’s take a look at the games that could have the biggest effect in the league races.
It’s never too early to look at the playoff race. Let’s see who enters 2014 in the running, doing so by league.
This is to get the conversation started. I am not purposely leaving anyone out, but I am only going to mention three players from each position, and allow you guys to fill in the rest with your discussion.
Let’s take a look at the three players at each position who have stood out the most to me, so far.
Here are some things I was wondering to myself. Let’s see what you guys think.
Believe it or not, league play starts this upcoming week. Let’s look at each league, and pick a favorite, a challenger and a dark horse contender.
The Winter Soccer Classic and Tri-Valley Classic start this week. Who are the favorites to win these prestigious early season tournaments?
There were a lot of coaching changes in the East Bay this off-season. Let’s summarize the moves, and introduce the new coaches.
The regular season is only a few weeks away. So why not release the rankings?
1. De La Salle
3. San Ramon Valley
4. Monte Vista
5. Ygnacio Valley
6. Amador Valley
13. Bishop O’Dowd
15. Newark Memorial
Others considered: St. Mary’s, Foothill, College Park, San Lorenzo, Freedom, Logan, Northgate, Kennedy-Fremont, Alhambra, Castro Valley