Much has been said about each region's strength. Using Parry's
numbers to rate how each region stacks up in rank order with the region averages
included in parenthesis. Since the playoffs generally take the top 4 teams in
each region, I compared those as well.5A: Region 3 (97.33), Region
4 (94.03), Region 1 (93.33), Region 2 (71.07) When comparing the top
four ratings in each region...Reg.1 (110.6), Reg. 3 (107.5), Reg.4 (102.7),
Reg.2 (79.6)4A: Region 5 (86.00), Region 6 (85.28), Region 7
(69.77), Region 8 (66.96) When comparing the top four ratings in each
region...Reg.5 (93.9), Reg.6 (89.6), Reg.8 (82.0), Reg.7 (81.1)3A:
Region 9 (78.70), Region 10 (57.20), Region 12 (51.62), Region 11 (51.00)
When comparing the top four ratings in each region...Reg.9 (88.9), Reg.10,
(67.8), Reg.11 (66.7),Reg.12 (63.0)Draw your own conclusions.
good to see more 3A teams in the top 25. even more, two from region 9! I only
see 5 teams competing for state in Hurricane, Dixie, Juan Diego, Stansbury, and
Spanish Fork is better than Skyline. Skyline is 4-3 and barely beat Hillcrest.
I also know that Dixie is a bit underranked. The Flyers are good.
Being down 30 til the end of the game is not a decent game for SF. And being
region champ doesn't mean anything in region 12 Delta is in 2nd and they
are an ok team. And You were talking about stansbury not beating anyone??
Spanish Fork deserves some love! Blow out win over Juab puts the Dons in the
driver seat for region title. The Dons' only loss was to Logan in a decent
game. SF deserves Top 25 attention.