Re: New Thread for 2019-20 Divisions


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Posted by Foothill for which coach because you know me LOL on May 14, 2019 at 14:46:49:

In Reply to: Re: New Thread for 2019-20 Divisions posted by Foothill League on May 14, 2019 at 14:32:05:

: : : : Just starting a new thread for potential divisions next year
: : : : since the other one is running off the page now...

: : : What about the Camino Real League teams?
: : : St. Mary's
: : : St. Paul
: : : St. Joseph
: : : La Salle
: : : St. Monica

: : : Thanks

: : Going back to older thread regarding the Mission Valley league teams-how much does strength of schedule play into numbers? Does it only matter if you win those games?
: : Rosemead had that once-in-a-generation group of players, but did not schedule accordingly. They really only played 2 schools outside of league-MLK and Ramona (they split). Gabrielino's best win came against Northview who's best player got hurt in the first 4 minutes and never returned. Marshall played a few quality teams, but nothing too tough. Arroyo probably played the toughest schedule with games vs Cajon, Norco, Leuzinger, Garey, Dominguez and South Torrance-but lost all of those games. They seem to consistently play the toughest schedule compared to the other MVL schools-which is probably why their record is not what Rosemead or Gabrielino's are.
: : Is it the schedule in general, or winning games vs those tougher opponents that counts?
: :

: Foothill League
: ---------------
Saugus - 18.642 (#39 in 1 - #39 OA)
Valencia - 18.252 (#6 in 2AA - #46 OA)
Canyon - 16.722 (#25 in 2AA - #65 OA)
Hart - 10.633 (#16 in 3A - #172 OA)
Golden Valley - 9.023 (#13 in 4AA - #222 OA)
West Ranch - 7.067 (#37 in 4A - #303 OA)




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