Re: Division 3AA


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Posted by thanks on November 16, 2019 at 08:14:57:

In Reply to: Re: Division 3AA posted by lbkeoni on November 16, 2019 at 06:37:01:

: : : Division 3AA is a fun division. No real team stands out so that should make for a really good playoff when we get to that part of the season. There are some teams that have had some previous playoff success in other divisions including the champions for Division 4A. This division feels like a mid-major division to me. None of the teams are what you would call "elite" but they are all solid teams that can play against anyone. The majority of the teams in Division 3AA are teams in the top half of their leagues so fewer teams could make the playoffs as an at-large.

: : : Here are my rankings:

: : : 1. Laguna Hills
: : : 2. Crean Lutheran
: : : 3. Knight
: : : 4. La Serna
: : : 5. Lancaster
: : : 6. Twentynine Palms
: : : 7. Chaparral
: : : 8. Ridgecrest Burroughs
: : : 9. El Segundo
: : : 10. Patriot
: : : 11. Murrieta Mesa
: : : 12. San Jacinto
: : : 13. Santa Monica
: : : 14. Victor Valley
: : : 15. Oak Park
: : : 16. Santa Fe
: : : 17. Sage Hill
: : : 18. Oxnard Pacifica
: : : 19. Covina
: : : 20. Mira Costa
: : : 21. Don Lugo
: : : 22. Hueneme
: : : 23. Ribet Academy
: : : 24. Temescal Canyon
: : : 25. Westminster
: : : 26. Cerritos
: : : 27. Lompoc Cabrillo
: : : 28. Norco
: : : 29. Woodbridge
: : : 30. Villa Park
: : : 31. Simi Valley
: : : 32. Claremont
: : : 33. Thousand Oaks
: : : 34. Lompoc
: : : 35. Corona del Mar
: : : 36. Cypress
: : : 37. Edison
: : : 38. Glendale
: : : 39. San Juan Hills
: : : 40. Ayala
: : : 41. Trabuco Hills
: : : 42. Irvine

: :
: : Santa Fe beat Crean Lutheran handily in the playoffs last year. Santa Fe did not have a single senior last year. They should be higher.

: Valid point. How did Santa Fe do in their league last year? 2-6...with La Serna in this division with Santa Fe I couldn't put Santa Fe ahead of La Serna. Also with the addition of a few better teams, teams that will either win their league or finish in the top half of their leagues. I put Santa Fe where I felt they belonged. I might be a little low or I might be just right.

I love it when people are willing to stick their neck out and give an opinion without demeaning others. Thank you for your opinion of the division. I do think this division is a real toss up and no one is going to walk away with it without facing some adversity.

Here is my 2 cents, based on what I think each team is returning and bringing to the table this year but I do agree with you on a couple of things - I think Laguna Hills has the inside track to start the season and Irvine probably has the toughest road ahead to succeed in the division, but overall it seems very balanced.

1. Laguna Hills
2. Santa Fe
3. Patriot
4. Pacifica
5. Crean Lutheran
6. Mira Costa
7. Murrieta Mesa
8. 29 Palms
9. Chaparral
10. El Segundo
11. Victor Valley
12. La Serna
13. Glendale
14. Lancaster
15. Oak Park
16. Corona Del Mar
17. Burroughs
18. Cerritos
19. Temescal Canyon
20. Simi Valley
21. Lompoc
22. Westminster
23. Cypress
24. Don Lugo
25. San Juan Hills
26. Sage Hill
27. Knight
28. Claremont
29. Santa Monica
30. Cabrillo
31. Norco
32. Hueneme
33. Woodbridge
34. Villa Park
35. Covina
36. San Jacinto
37. Trabuco Hills
38. Ribet
39. Thousand Oaks
40. Ayala
41. Edison
42. Irvine


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