Just wanted to see if anyone else is looking at the potential wild cards spots for the playoffs. I assume the criteria is like last year...top three winning percentages vs. 5A equivilant enrollment schools count.
The SIC is easy since they only play themselves...they all count. Here is what I see from the other schools if my enrollment figures are correct:
North (vs 5A equivilant):
CDA 5-2 (71%)...all games have been against 5A schools
Post Falls 3-2 (60%)...played Lake City, Lewis/Clark (WA), U-High (WA), Mead (WA) Moses Lake (WA)
Lake City 1-3 (25%)...played Madison, Lewis/Clark (WA), Ferris (WA), Post Falls
Lewiston 0-3 (0%)...played Shadle Park (WA), CDA, Wenatchee (WA)
Highland 3-1 (75%)...played East (UT), Ridgeline (UT), CDA, Thunder Ridge
Rigby 2-1 (67%)...played CDA, Thunder Ridge, Madison
Madison 1-3 (25%)...played Lake City, Skyview (UT), Pleasant Grove (UT), Rigby
Thunder Ridge 0-2 (0%)
My thoughts are, the SIC seems pretty set...the top 5 should be Rocky, Mountain View, Eagle, Borah and Capital (in some order). So, the schools to look at for the wild card are:
Timberline 3-4 (43%)
Centenial 2-5 (29%)
Meridian 2-5 (29%)
Skyview 1-6 (14%)
Boise 0-7 (0%)
The East also looks settled with Highland and Rigby having the top two spots wrapped up. To me it looks like Timberline just needs to win one of their final two to clinch a wild card. While Post Falls and CDA will likely be the #1 and #2 from the north, both have already mathematically clinched wild card spots based on their "worst case" 5A records of 5-4 and 3-4 respectively. If Post Falls and CDA take care of business, it looks to come down to the last night of the season. Lake City, Meridian, Centenial and Madison could all be in play for that last spot...could make for fun scoreboard watching.
Anyone see it differently?