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  • 3A State Scores By Sectional

    State Scores by Sectional

    1st Bolingbrook 226pts., 24 placers and 6 Champs
    2nd Joliet Central 205pts., 26 placers and 2 Champs
    3rd Conant 197pts., 23 placers and 4 Champs
    4th Barrington 100pts., 11 placers and 2 Champs
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    Last edited by Bulldogwrestler; 02-17-2019, 01:02 PM.

  • #2
    160 3rd place

    160 was a Conant sectional wrestler. Not a Bolingbrook

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    • #3
      Catholic League with 6 champs

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Bulldogwrestler View Post
        State Scores by Sectional

        1st Bolingbrook 235pts., 25 placers and 6 Champs
        2nd Joliet Central 205pts., 26 placers and 2 Champs
        3rd Conant 188pts., 22 placers and 4 Champs
        4th Barrington 100pts., 11 placers and 2 Champs
        Looks more distributed than usual, although Montini and Marmion stood out, the 2A folks should be happy they were moved up - Nice to see schools like TF North get a champ again. 3 Divisions does make a little less stacked state finals, but probably better for the wrestlers, can always watch the quarters for more good matches.
        There are two guys in that zebra costume! Very funny...

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        • #5
          Originally Posted By: cradle54

          160 was a Conant sectional wrestler. Not a Bolingbrook
          Nice catch! I revised the team points and image. Thx!

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          • #6
            145lber 5 place

            Was from Joliet sectional I believe and not Bolingbrook. He did wrestle for the Bolingbrook jr. Raiders though. Thanks for putting this together. Must have took awhile.

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            • #7
              They still need to reassign the sectionals!

              Having Montini, Marmion and Mt Carmel all in the same sectional is just stupid. They are not even close geographically together and three of the perennially best teams should not be together.
              Last edited by wrestle1; 02-17-2019, 06:14 PM.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by wrestle1 View Post
                They still need to reassign the sectionals!

                Having Montini, Marmion and Mt Carmel .... perennial three best teams should not be together.
                - no, perennial top 10 maybe...would have to put OPRF ahead or in there, maybe Sandburg of recent past or Lockport of current mix...wasn't there talk of Mt Carmel being 2A a while back. Being 3A only helped Montini because they have guys looking for college scholarships and eliminates a possible knock which 2A/3A isn't that big a deal if you attend national tourneys anyway.
                There are two guys in that zebra costume! Very funny...

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                • #9
                  Recruiting Radius

                  Originally posted by wrestle1 View Post
                  They still need to reassign the sectionals!

                  Having Montini, Marmion and Mt Carmel all in the same sectional is just stupid. They are not even close geographically together and the perennial three best teams should not be together.
                  Factor that in and then they're pretty close. Go cry me a river when it comes to these private schools.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by TWTilt View Post
                    Factor that in and then they're pretty close. Go cry me a river when it comes to these private schools.
                    You're missing the point, it is harming all the PUBLIC schools in the sectional.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by wrestle1 View Post
                      They still need to reassign the sectionals!

                      Having Montini, Marmion and Mt Carmel all in the same sectional is just stupid. They are not even close geographically together and three of the perennially best teams should not be together.
                      Moline, East Moline, Pekin, Normal Community, Normal West, Lincoln-Way West, Bradley-Bourbonnais, Crete-Monee and Minooka would love to know your definition of “not even close geographically together” as it relates to being in a sectional. Oh wait, that was their regional.

                      Okay, those teams plus Edwardsville, Alton, Collinsville and the rest of the St. Louis area teams plus schools like Lockport, Providence, Yorkville and the other Southwest Suburban schools would like the same definition for sectional.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ctdad View Post
                        Moline, East Moline, Pekin, Normal Community, Normal West, Lincoln-Way West, Bradley-Bourbonnais, Crete-Monee and Minooka would love to know your definition of “not even close geographically together” as it relates to being in a sectional. Oh wait, that was their regional.

                        Okay, those teams plus Edwardsville, Alton, Collinsville and the rest of the St. Louis area teams plus schools like Lockport, Providence, Yorkville and the other Southwest Suburban schools would like the same definition for sectional.
                        You're conflating two distinct issues here.

                        There should be eight sectionals. Not four.

                        Geography could be better addressed in this way. As long as some mind was also paid to properly separating the top talent.

                        I remember watching college basketball before anyone ever called it March Madness. They had UConn as the #1 seed in the West. I was like, how does THAT happen? UConn in the WEST? Makes no sense.

                        Until it got explained to me.

                        In any bracket-based athletic contest, it's important not to allow two top caliber opponents to meet too soon in the bracket because it's unfair to the one that ultimately loses (they won't be placing as high as their actual ranking/talent would allow). That is to say, there are teams they could beat that will end up placing above them. No one wants that. Unless you're one of those idiot schools that enjoys crowing about a 4th, 5th or 6th place trophy over offering thanks to the gods of bad bracketing.

                        It's the reason why we seed. It makes no sense to seed "sometimes"... and not others.

                        If seeded properly, the three M's all walk away with a team trophy. The way we have it now, one won't even get the chance to make the trip.

                        But, hey, it's just those gosh-damned private schools so let's make sure we f them over.

                        Eight sectionals would help if you were committed to sending the top eight teams, one to each. Same like how, in March, they send UConn to be a #1 seed in the West occasionally.

                        The Bermuda triangle of Edwardsville - Moline - SW Chicago suburb that that particular sectional gets put through makes no sense whatsoever. Why do THEY have to travel like that every few years when all the other sectionals don't? Ridiculous.

                        Even if you didn't want to have eight sectionals, you could send #1 and #8 to one of the existing four... #2 and #7 to another, etc., etc.

                        It would be better than what we have now. It would also shake things up and inject some change into a process that could use a breath of fresh air.
                        "That which can be destroyed by the truth, should be." -- P.C. Hodgell

                        "No one is more hated than he who speaks the truth." -- Plato

                        “Being honest may not get you a lot of friends but it’ll always get you the right ones.” -- John Lennon

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                        • #13
                          IL needs to separate public and private for team state.Many other states do that .For individual state let them all go together but for team duals they should be split up

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                          • #14
                            Best quote of the weekend: Build the wall... between 3A and 2A/1A, Make wrestling great again.

                            Not necessarily saying I support that notion but it made me giggle and think about it.

                            One class for individual state.

                            Two classes - public and private - for team state.

                            Solves many problems. May create others -- but lesser problems than what we have now.
                            "That which can be destroyed by the truth, should be." -- P.C. Hodgell

                            "No one is more hated than he who speaks the truth." -- Plato

                            “Being honest may not get you a lot of friends but it’ll always get you the right ones.” -- John Lennon

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                            • #15
                              NJ does it and I think it works out great let's see who the best 14 wrestlers are in the state.Then do private/public team state with public A/AA/AAA and private could be split into classes as well not sure if you need 2 or 3.Individual you do 8 sections top 4 go with 32 man state bracket

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