tigerguy
NW

(1) Saint Croix Falls vs. Durand
(2) Mondovi vs. Prarie du Chien
(3) Somerset vs. West Salem
(4) Saint Croix Central vs. Mauston

SW

(1) Baldwin-Woodville vs. Poynette
(2) G-E-T vs. Platteville
(3) River Valley vs. Belleville/Albany
(4) Brodhead/Juda vs. Lakeside Lutheran

SE

(1) Wautoma vs. Winnebago Lutheran
(2) Mayville vs. Campbellsport
(3) New Holstein vs. Chilton
(4) Ripon vs. K.M. Lutheran

NE

(1) Bloomer vs. Oconto
(2) Kewaunee vs. Xavier
(3) Wrightstown vs Wittenberg-Birnamwood
(4) Peshtigo vs. Sturgeon Bay
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Stat Boy_old
The only problem I have with this is Brodhead/Juda being a #4 seed. Here's a team who has only lost once all year, and that loss coming by one point against the top ranked team in D4. I just don't see the WIAA giving them a 4, even if that means moving them to say, the SE region.

Either way, thanks a lot tiger guy for doing this. Regardless of discrepancies people may have, this is still fun to look at.
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mockingbird
Why does it seem that the enrollment for d-4 is dropping so much this year. I believe 375 was the smallest last year. It looks like it might drop to 340 or so this year.
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sportsfan18_old
Stat Boy wrote:


The only problem I have with this is Brodhead/Juda being a #4 seed. Here's a team who has only lost once all year, and that loss coming by one point against the top ranked team in D4. I just don't see the WIAA giving them a 4, even if that means moving them to say, the SE region.

Either way, thanks a lot tiger guy for doing this. Regardless of discrepancies people may have, this is still fun to look at.


As much as I agree with you about Brodhead-Juda deserving a higher seed then a 4, unfortunately strength of schedule and overall record does not rea lly count if their are 3 conference champs in your regional. River Valley is most likely, based off of the current standings, conference champs, GET, and Baldwin-Woodville are also the same. If projections hold true come playoff time, brodhead will, by rule will be and should be a lower seed then the teams that are conference champs.
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oc2007
Mockingbird wrote:


Why does it seem that the enrollment for d-4 is dropping so much this year. I believe 375 was the smallest last year. It looks like it might drop to 340 or so this year.


No the lowest enrollment line for D4 has never been below 400 since we have had 7 divisions. Actually 408 is the smallest i ever remembered. In the next 2 weeks more large schools will make the plyoff qaulifier list and that will start bumping down some teams.
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SCFStatsMan_old
Last year SCF was D4 with enrollment of 390 and was the smallest school in D4...this year D4 may drop down near 350....
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Last year SCF was D4 with enrollment of 390 and was the smallest school in D4...this year D4 may drop down near 350....
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That would bump Lax Aquinas up into D4. A lot more larger school would need to get in for that to happen though. After tonight we will have a much better idea of who will be in and out.
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cons10_old
unless im blatantly missing something here i dont see Lodi????
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football4life65_old
Why is St.Croix Falls a number one?????
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theoldroller
Looks like Bloomer may be playing their way out of the #1 seed you predicted. I wonder if they will bother to move them all the way over to the NE now that they aren't an unbeaten conference champ.

I actually kind of thought you were right about them getting moved to a more distant bracket for a top seed. But with the loss this week--and the possibility of losing again (Ladysmith played Hayward/LCDO a lot closer than Bloomer did).

But now--as it constantly seems--that NE bracket becomes a bugger to fill in again.


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baseballheaven
TheOldRoller wrote:


Looks like Bloomer may be playing their way out of the #1 seed you predicted. I wonder if they will bother to move them all the way over to the NE now that they aren't an unbeaten conference champ.

I actually kind of thought you were right about them getting moved to a more distant bracket for a top seed. But with the loss this week--and the possibility of losing again (Ladysmith played Hayward/LCDO a lot closer than Bloomer did).

But now--as it constantly seems--that NE bracket becomes a bugger to fill in again.


The score may be misleading. Here are some stats that may help convince you that the Hawks are pretty good.

Ladysmith rushed for a minus 2 yards versus Hayward on 19 carries. Bloomer ran for 322 on 50 carries. Bloomer had 549 total yards while Hayward was held to 288. Hayward put about 400 on Ladysmiyth with Dixon running for 250+ himself. Bloomer's 6 turnover, two for scores, was the difference. Bloomer had lost 2 fumbles all season and lost 3 in the Hayward game. First downs were 25-9 in favor of the Blackhawks. They also were penalizes 11 times for more than 100 yards. Tough to win any game when you make that many mistakes, much less a conference championship game on the road.

Ladysmith is a handful for whoever they play with Anderson, Efferts, Prince, Nelson and Bloomer will have to be ready, but if they hang on to the ball, I think they will tough to beat.
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