Posted by 4A? on May 10, 2019 at 21:58:08:
In Reply to: Re: CIF Division Change posted by Jimmy Anderson on May 10, 2019 at 20:46:56:
: : : : : : : : Whatís the criteria for CIF moving schools to higher or lower divisions? Especially lower divisions moving up like 4AA or 3a?
: : : : : : : Tell me the school and Iíll tell you what division they will be in next year...if you are interested in a few just list them and Iíll tell you..
: : : : : : JSerra? Santa Margarita? Aliso Niguel?
: Any way to list where every team will be next year? Or is that just an insane amount of work? Thank you in advance
: : : : : Aliso Niguel #17 power ranking D1
: : : : : SM #37 power ranking D1
: : : : : JSerra #45 power ranking 2AA
: : : :
: : : : interesting. JSerra beat SM-and played a tougher schedule. Played D1 and went 1 round deep. SM played 2A-they would go all the way to D1?
: : : : Is this based on Maxpreps?
: : : Correction-JSerra went 2 rounds deep in D1. Won first game, lost to eventual winner Chaminade.
: : It is the CIF system.. You have to go through each
: : teams schedule and use the CIF formula..
: : The formula is llisted on the cifss.org website..
: : Go to girls basketball and then click on
: : playoff divisions.. it shows the system.
: : SM got a ton of bonus points from their playoff
: : run.. their first round win was worth 39 points
: : 2nd round win was worth 43.5 and their quarter
: : win was worth 48... those wind really bump up
: : your power ranking.. and losses to Open teams
: : are worth 14 points so SM will always have a
: : higher RPI so to speak... most schools donít
: : understand the system and some coaches do.
How about 4a teams? Hillcrest? Orange Vista? Garey? Crean? How do you think those teams fare?
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