District-to-state tournament production chart for 2022

tylerJ

New member
The two SouthWest Districts were very strong. The strongest.

D2 - Wilmington
D3 - Troy.

Both had 34 Placers.

Cincinnati had a lot to do with that. More than Dayton.
 

CoachTreon

Active member
The two SouthWest Districts were very strong. The strongest.

D2 - Wilmington
D3 - Troy.

Both had 34 Placers.

Cincinnati had a lot to do with that. More than Dayton.
You just posted on like three threads that the Enquirer listed 10 DII and 3 DIII placers from Cincinnati and then claim that Cincy had more to do with 34 placers than Dayton did..................................................

Unless you are grouping into three areas (Cincy, Dayton, Country folk not from Dayton)
 

OnceAViking

New member
The two SouthWest Districts were very strong. The strongest.

D2 - Wilmington
D3 - Troy.

Both had 34 Placers.

Cincinnati had a lot to do with that. More than Dayton.
D3 Troy has 3 sectionals and I believe the "Cincinnati" sectional had the fewest placers of the three.

And Graham had nearly a quarter of the D2 Wilmington placers.
 

TCSoup

Well-known member
D3 Troy has 3 sectionals and I believe the "Cincinnati" sectional had the fewest placers of the three.

And Graham had nearly a quarter of the D2 Wilmington placers.
With out looking i'm assuming followed by the Central District who took 7-10 of the Team spots at Wilmington.

So its Graham, Central District maybe?
 

bucksman

Moderator
Here were the sectional stats ...

DIVISION I

Hilliard Darby District
**Marysville 21 (7/11 schools) -> Dublin Coffman 9, Marysville 6
**Upper Arlington 13 (8/12)
**Newark 11 (4/12) -> Teays Valley 5, Olentangy Liberty 4
**Watkins Memorial 11 (6/12)
**all schools could choose any site

Hoover District
**Brecksville 21 (5/10 schools) -> Massillon Perry 10, Brecksville 6
**Willoughby South 13 (5/9) -> Medina Highland 6
**Kenston 12 (7/9)
**Wadsworth 10 (3/10) -> Wadsworth had 7
**all schools could choose any site

Kettering Fairmont District
**Lakota East 27 (6/11 schools) -> LaSalle 9, Moeller 7
Centerville 11 (6/15)
**Middletown 11 (7/11)
**Lebanon 7 (4/11) -> Lebanon 3
**schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those three

Perrysburg District
Oregon Clay 19 (5/13 schools) -> Perrysburg 9
Midview 14 (6/9 schools, both NW did and 4/7 NE) -> Elyria 6 … NE 12 NW 2
**St. Edward 13 (2/10) -> St. Edward 12
**Strongsville 10 (9/10)
**schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those two
-> split geography: NE 35, NW 21 (EV was 39-17)

DIVISION II

Gallia Academy
*Claymont 26 (11/11 schools) -> Minerva 6, West Holmes 5
*Steubenville 19 (6/11) -> Steubenville 5
Washington C.H. 7 (3/9) -> Miami Trace 4
Alexander-DII 4 (3/8)
*schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those two
-> split geography: EAST 45, SE 11 (EV was 28-28)

Norwalk District
Defiance 21 (8/12 schools) -> Wauseon 8
Clyde 19 (8/13)
*Beachwood 13 (6/12) -> Buckeye 6
Sandusky 3 (2/12)
*schools at Beachwood had choice b/n that sectional and LC or PH, which fed to Perry for district
-> split geography: NW 43, NE 13 (EV was 42-14)

Perry (Lake County) District
*Lake Catholic 16 (7/12 schools) -> SVSM 5
*Painesville Harvey 15 (7/11) -> Aurora 7
**West Branch 15 (6/12) -> Louisville 9
**Canal Fulton Northwest 10 (7/13)
*schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those two, along with the Beachwood sectional that fed to Norwalk
**schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those two

Wilmington
Licking Valley 24 (9/20 schools) -> Columbus DeSales 7
St.Paris Graham 14 (3/12) -> St. Paris Graham 12
Clinton Massie 12 (6/12) -> Hamilton Ross 4, Wilmington 4
Western Brown 6 (5/14)
-> split geography: SW 32, CENT 24 (EV was 42-14)

DIVISION III

Garfield Hts District
*Rootstown 19 (8/13 schools) -> South Range 8
**Independence 15 (8/14)
*West Salem Northwestern 14 (5/13) -> Waynedale 6
**Berkshire 8 (5/14) -> Ravenna Southeast 4
*schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those two
**schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those two

Heath District
Ridgedale 24 (11/22 schools) -> Marion Pleasant 5
Alexander-DIII 13 (10/22)
*Barnesville 11 (5/13) -> Barnesville 5
*Sandy Valley 8 (4/12) -> Sandy Valley 4
*schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those two
-> split geography: CENT 24, SE 13, EAST 19 (EV was 14-14-28)

Rossford District
Plymouth 21 (10/14 schools) -> Milan Edison 6
Archbold 17 (6/14) -> Liberty Center 5, Delta 4
Oak Harbor 15 (7/13)
Van Buren 3 (3/14)

Troy District
*Lehman Catholic 17 (5/13) -> Legacy Christian Academy 9
*Covington 14 (4/14) -> Covington 5
Reading 13 (4/17) -> Mechanicsburg 6
Lima Central Catholic 12 (7/14)
*schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those two
-> split geography: SW 44, NW 12 (EV was 42-14)
 

dion

Active member
Here were the sectional stats ...

DIVISION I

Hilliard Darby District
**Marysville 21 (7/11 schools) -> Dublin Coffman 9, Marysville 6
**Upper Arlington 13 (8/12)
**Newark 11 (4/12) -> Teays Valley 5, Olentangy Liberty 4
**Watkins Memorial 11 (6/12)
**all schools could choose any site

Hoover District
**Brecksville 21 (5/10 schools) -> Massillon Perry 10, Brecksville 6
**Willoughby South 13 (5/9) -> Medina Highland 6
**Kenston 12 (7/9)
**Wadsworth 10 (3/10) -> Wadsworth had 7
**all schools could choose any site

Kettering Fairmont District
**Lakota East 27 (6/11 schools) -> LaSalle 9, Moeller 7
Centerville 11 (6/15)
**Middletown 11 (7/11)
**Lebanon 7 (4/11) -> Lebanon 3
**schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those three

Perrysburg District
Oregon Clay 19 (5/13 schools) -> Perrysburg 9
Midview 14 (6/9 schools, both NW did and 4/7 NE) -> Elyria 6 … NE 12 NW 2
**St. Edward 13 (2/10) -> St. Edward 12
**Strongsville 10 (9/10)
**schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those two
-> split geography: NE 35, NW 21 (EV was 39-17)

DIVISION II

Gallia Academy
*Claymont 26 (11/11 schools) -> Minerva 6, West Holmes 5
*Steubenville 19 (6/11) -> Steubenville 5
Washington C.H. 7 (3/9) -> Miami Trace 4
Alexander-DII 4 (3/8)
*schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those two
-> split geography: EAST 45, SE 11 (EV was 28-28)

Norwalk District
Defiance 21 (8/12 schools) -> Wauseon 8
Clyde 19 (8/13)
*Beachwood 13 (6/12) -> Buckeye 6
Sandusky 3 (2/12)
*schools at Beachwood had choice b/n that sectional and LC or PH, which fed to Perry for district
-> split geography: NW 43, NE 13 (EV was 42-14)

Perry (Lake County) District
*Lake Catholic 16 (7/12 schools) -> SVSM 5
*Painesville Harvey 15 (7/11) -> Aurora 7
**West Branch 15 (6/12) -> Louisville 9
**Canal Fulton Northwest 10 (7/13)
*schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those two, along with the Beachwood sectional that fed to Norwalk
**schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those two

Wilmington
Licking Valley 24 (9/20 schools) -> Columbus DeSales 7
St.Paris Graham 14 (3/12) -> St. Paris Graham 12
Clinton Massie 12 (6/12) -> Hamilton Ross 4, Wilmington 4
Western Brown 6 (5/14)
-> split geography: SW 32, CENT 24 (EV was 42-14)

DIVISION III

Garfield Hts District
*Rootstown 19 (8/13 schools) -> South Range 8
**Independence 15 (8/14)
*West Salem Northwestern 14 (5/13) -> Waynedale 6
**Berkshire 8 (5/14) -> Ravenna Southeast 4
*schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those two
**schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those two

Heath District
Ridgedale 24 (11/22 schools) -> Marion Pleasant 5
Alexander-DIII 13 (10/22)
*Barnesville 11 (5/13) -> Barnesville 5
*Sandy Valley 8 (4/12) -> Sandy Valley 4
*schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those two
-> split geography: CENT 24, SE 13, EAST 19 (EV was 14-14-28)

Rossford District
Plymouth 21 (10/14 schools) -> Milan Edison 6
Archbold 17 (6/14) -> Liberty Center 5, Delta 4
Oak Harbor 15 (7/13)
Van Buren 3 (3/14)

Troy District
*Lehman Catholic 17 (5/13) -> Legacy Christian Academy 9
*Covington 14 (4/14) -> Covington 5
Reading 13 (4/17) -> Mechanicsburg 6
Lima Central Catholic 12 (7/14)
*schools at the sectionals could choose b/n those two
-> split geography: SW 44, NW 12 (EV was 42-14)
This only reaffirms my belief that sectionals are a little watered down. When you have Div 1 sectionals with less than 12 teams and a plethora of byes I think it looks rather silly. Specifically looking at Div 1 the Hoover District would be the most obvious. With 38 teams there is no reason to have more than 3 sectionals. Send 5 from each sectional to districts which would allow for one bye at each weight class and would actually make the match for 5th place relative. This is only my opinion and maybe other sectionals aren't nearly as watered down. Again, just my own humble opinion but I would do the same at the district level. Have three districts feeding into state instead of four and send 5 to state from each wt. class. Maybe they could use some criteria to avoid a bye in each wt. class, but if they didn't, so what. Always interested in other opinions.
 
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