Posted by Coach on May 15, 2019 at 00:49:10:
In Reply to: Re: New Thread for 2019-20 Divisions posted by MVL Follower on May 14, 2019 at 13:29:23:
: : : 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?
In general, its who you win against. Rosemead got way more power points beating Gabrielino than losing to MLK. System should still have a clause that says if you don't win a first round playoff game you don't go up a division. Mission Valley League probably won't win a title or get close because they are all public schools and usually don't get transfers. Rosemead, Gabrielino and Arroyo should be in Div 4A if it was based on equity. Anyway for the persons doing the points for next year's division, a big thank you for taking your time to do the rankings of divisions!
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