I saw that the 2020 State Tournament division breakdown by enrollment is now posted. I was trying to find a list of which schools are in which divisions with the competitive balance figures, but the attached link directs me to the 2019 list. Is the 2020 breakdown somewhere? And if so, could...
Which is the best game to go see Thursday? Also, do you know who is pitching?
Cincinnati 1: 4 Elder vs. 11 West Clermont
Cincinnati 2: 2 Moeller vs. 13 Kings
Cincinnati 3: 3 Lakota East vs. 8 Loveland
Cincinnati 4: 5 Badin vs. 6 St. Xavier
Cincinnati 5: 1 Mason vs. 14 Oak Hills
With the league schedule starting today, let's get some predictions on the order of finish (all eight teams on one list).
Teams are: Alter, Badin, Carroll, Chaminade-Julienne, Fenwick, McNicholas, Purcell-Marian, Roger Bacon.
How about the Spartans? They've rattled of four straight league wins including impressive wins over McNicholas, Badin, and a 17-1 thumping of Carroll. They're building some nice momentum heading toward the tourney, and have been a much improved team overall this season. Congrats to the players...
Who's looking good in the GCL this year and who's going to win each division?
North: Alter, Carroll, CJ, Fenwick
Central: Badin, McNicholas, Purcell-Marian, Roger Bacon
South: Elder, LaSalle, Moeller, St. X
As we enter the last couple weeks of the regular season, the GCL races look pretty competitive. Just one question: does anybody know for sure if games outside the division count in standings or not? On the website it looks like some of those games are being listed as league games and others are...
Who wins the GCL divisions this year? And rank the teams regardless of division. Note that the below is a listing of the team's rather than a ranking of them.
North teams: Alter, Carroll, Chaminade-Julienne, Fenwick
Central teams: Badin, McNicholas, Purcell-Marian, Roger Bacon