CCS football playoffs: What WCAL powers don’t want to see


Provided that the Central Coast Area sends the 3 champions and two of the a few runners-up from its Open divisions towards the state football playoffs, a single might suppose that the West Catholic Athletic League’s

heavyweights in Open Division II – Serra, Valley Christian, St. Francis – will progress presented they arrive at the final.

Uh, will not believe.

If you are a enthusiast of St. Francis and Valley Christian, here is exactly what you do not wish to see:

Salinas and its thirty.five portion electricity details enjoy Milpitas and its 31.5 details from the Open I ultimate. The loser is moving on.
50 % Moon Bay, with its 29.5 factors, to get rid of during the Open III final.

The part has requirements in its bylaws to choose the runners-up for your regionals and none has got to do with human or computer rankings.

The first requirements is head-to-head results if all 3 runners-up played each other, which almost never could be the scenario.

The second requirements is section details presented on the seeding meeting, which is a more probable state of affairs.

St. Francis has 27 details. Valley Christian has 26.5.

That’s not adequate to overtake Milpitas, Salinas or 50 percent Moon Bay in a very runner-up tiebreaker.

Serra (thirty factors) is really a lock to maneuver on if it reaches the Open II remaining.