Posted by Oldcat on March 01, 2017 at 17:36:05:
In Reply to: Re: Finals posted by No on February 28, 2017 at 12:23:43:
For example, Trinity League where Rosary a small school is in against much bigger schools because its brother school, Servite, is big in football + the OC public schools don't want to be in league with Catholic schools of any size. Rosary is unlikely to win league, but always does well in CIF playoffs against schools in its own weight class. They are in the 2AA final this season.
: : : CIF is not the culprit, it is the schools and administrations that cry afoul when the same teams when CIF titles each yr. Everyone thinks tey deserve a chance at a title. They do not. When you have a 3700 enrollment school playing a 7000 enrollment school in D4 that is a problem regardless of the level of play. It is not fair for schools to compete against schools much larger than them.
: : : The only right way, is through enrollment, so those teams that can't hang need to focus on another sport!
: : In the 12 division cif games going to be played
: : 14 of the 24 teams did not win league, you have multiple 4th place teams playing for cif championships. We really have becoming pizza and trophies for the average. Is this really what we want.
: : That's not a fair argument, you know some leagues are stacked with strong teams.
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