Doodles - Weeks 2

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Doodles - Weeks 2

Postby docgibbons » Wed Aug 29, 2018 9:17 am

DOODLES-WEEK 2
Postby CITYSLICKER » Sun Aug 26, 2018 10:21 am

DOOLES DOODLES WK OF 8/31/18 WK 2 YEAR 52
By: Gerald Doolittle

WINNER RATE LOSER RATE SPREAD
Greenwood 292.4 Aiken 223.8 34
Mauldin 283.8 J.L.MANN 227.2 29
Myrtle Beach 269.2 Laurens 263.7 3
T.L. Hanna 312.8 Royal Imperial 300.7 6
Eastside 286.3 Wade Hampton (G) 261.5 12
Greer 289.9 Westside 274.9 8
Hillcrest 295.7 Woodmont 258.7 19
Boiling Springs 282.3 Chapman 275.3 4
James F. Byrnes 292.6 Don Bosco 286.7 3
Dorman 302.1 Northwestern 278.6 12
Gaffney 299.5 Union County 227.2 37
Riverside 236.3 Southside 232.4 2
Spartanburg 282.6 Archer, Ga. 275.8 3
Clover 275.3 Hunter Huss, NC 265.3 5
Fort Mill 257.4 Lancaster 248.7 4
South Pointe 286.4 Nation Ford 281.8 2
Rock Hill 289.2 Chester 261.1 14
Chapin 285.8 Lugoff-Elgin 231.7 27
Dutch Fork 326.1 Irmo 276.5 25
Lexington 283.5 Gilbert 261.5 11
River Bluff 277.6 Pelion 178.5 50
White Knoll 267.6 W. J. Keenan 197.7 35
Blythewood 262.7 Fairfield Central 227.5 18
Spring Valley 294.3 Brookland Cayce 273.9 10
Sumter 299.8 Conway 278.1 11
Carolina Forest 279.2 Colleton County 240.6 19
South Florence 263.8 Wilson 259.6 2
Berkeley 304.8 West Ashley 290.2 8
Summerville 281.1 Goose Creek 258.9 11
James Island 248.3 Bishop England 212.1 18
Ashley Ridge 279.6 Stratford 255.6 12
Wando 273.8 R.B. Stall 248.5 13
Fort Dorchester 335.1 Viera, Fla 300.1 18
Greenville 292.4 Belton-Honea Path 267.2 13
Daniel 261.5 Seneca 238.7 12
Palmetto 271.5 Pendleton 238.4 17
Liberty 234.7 Pickens 234.4 Toss
Walhalla 278.7 Landrum 211.9 34
Wren 251.2 Powdersville 225.2 13
Berea 229.7 Carolina 173.1 29
Chesnee 208.4 Blue Ridge 196.6 6
Travelers Rest 253.8 Ware Shoals 150.7 52
Crestwood 250.6 Richland Northeast 227.1 12
Westwood 267.7 Lower Richland 252.2 8
York 266.1 Indianland 219.7 23
A.C. Flora 220.3 Columbia 190.9 15
Dreher 245.1 Gray Collegiate 215.4 15
Lakewood 250.6 Manning 231.4 10
Or’burg-Wilkinson 236.8 Lake Marion 197.4 20
Airport 248.1 Swansea 212.3 18
North Augusta 280.9 Grovetown, Ga 246.1 17
South Aiken 262.4 Strom Thurmond 237.3 13
Lamar 237.1 Darlington 225.6 6
Hartsville 281.9 Camden 241.4 20
Marlboro County 253.4 Scotland Co., NC 246.4 4
North Myrtle Beach 301.9 West Brunswick, NC 290.9 6
Beaufort 268.5 Effingham County, Ga 250.6 9
Bluffton 238.9 Ridgeland-Hardeeville 214.2 13
Hilton Head 276.3 Battery Creek 205.7 35
Crescent 226.8 Ninety-Six 219.6 4
Christ Church 188.2 West-Oak 179.9 4
Gettys Broome 222.2 Clinton 214.3 4
ABBEVILLE 305.6 EMERALD 208.8 49
Saluda 230.6 Mid Carolina 215.3 8
Newberry 241.3 Batesburg-Leesville 209.9 16
Southside Christian 242.9 Woodruff 232.1 5
Aynor 233.5 Green Sea-Floyds 191.5 21
Cheraw 245.1 Chesterfield 222.3 12
Dillon 286.6 Latta 205.7 41
Lake City 206.8 Kingstree 183.9 12
Loris 236.5 South Columbus, NC 226.5 5
Mullins 207.2 Marion 202.6 3
May River 244.1 Whale Branch 220.8 12
Wade Hampton (H) 236.2 Estill 150.2 43
Academic Magnet 217.2 Military Magnet 155.9 31
Carvers Bay 239.1 Georgetown 236.8 1
Hanahan 245.2 Woodland 227.9 9
Andrews 221.4 Waccamaw 189.4 16
Andrew Jackson 204.5 Blacksburg 203.1 Toss
St. Joseph 193.4 Anderson Cavaliers 1705 11
Fox Creek 201.9 C.A. Johnson 181.9 10
Barnwell 235.5 Silver Bluff 206.9 15
North Charleston 202.1 Calhoun County 184.3 9
Eau Claire 209.3 Wagener-Salley 198.3 6
Central 203.9 Forest Hills, NC 196.8 4
Timmonsville 207.6 Lee Central 202.7 3
Lewisville 177.9 Great Falls 156.9 11
North Central 198.4 McBee 151.1 24
Blackville-Hilda 176.8 Allendale-Fairfax 172.1 3
Bamberg-Ehrhardt 243.8 Scotts Branch 182.5 31
Burke 184.6 Baptist Hill 170.9 7
St. Johns 186.4 Garrett 175.6 5
Oceanside Collegiate 209.8 C.E. Murray 206.7 2
Charleston Math & Science 148.7 Phillip Simmons 146.8 1
Timberland 212.1 Cross 175.7 18
Hemingway 212.1 Johnsonville 185.1 14
Augusta Christian 160.2 Calhoun Falls 145.1 8
Carolina Christian 218.9 Dixie 195.4 12
Lucy Laney, Ga 200.1 McCormick 175.1 13
Ridge Spring-Monetta 190.3 Whitmire 162.5 14
Branchville 177.8 Denmark-Olar 162.8 8
Bethune-Bowman 158.7 North 134.8 12
West Columbus, NC 171.9 Creek Bridge 131.8 20
South Roberson, NC 213.4 Lake View 198.4 8
Hammond 196.3 Ben Lippen 172.4 12
Heathwood Hall 142.1 Cardinal Newman 141.2 Toss
First Baptist 226.7 Wilson Hall 140.1 44
Laurence Manning 173.4 Florence Christian 146.6 13
Porter-Gaud 169.3 Pinewood Prep 141.8 14
Greenwood Christian 147.7 Northside Christian 128.3 10
Dillon Christian 183.3 Robert E. Lee 167.2 8
Spartanburg Christian 143.9 Oakbrook Prep 143.1 Toss
Trinity-Byrnes 175.8 Thomas Sumter 136.2 20
Carolina Academy 156.6 Williamsburg 144.6 4
St. Andrews 147.4 John Paul ll 136.2 6
Bethesda 157.2 Northwood 119.1 19
Orangeburg Prep 153.1 Christian Academy 136.1 9
Pee Dee 158.6 Dorchester 151.3 4
Thomas Heyward 178.5 Colleton Prep 142.3 19
Andrew Jackson Academy 165.1 Calhoun Academy 104.2 31
Beaufort Academy 118.5 Laurens Academy 95.7 12
Cathedral 120.1 Tri Academy 93.8 13
Richard Winn 142.1 Faith/Ridge Christian 130.7 6
Clarendon Hall 141.2 Holly Hill 106.5 17
Wardlaw 195.4 Palmetto Christian 133.1 31
Jefferson Davis 153.3 Patrick Henry 136.7 8
St. Johns Christian 117.9 W.W. King 105.4 7

LAST WEEK 97-35 .735
SEASON 167-69 .708
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Re: Doodles - Weeks 2

Postby docgibbons » Wed Aug 29, 2018 11:15 am

I read somewhere that Orangeburg Prep vs Christian Academy was cancelled - true?
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Re: Doodles - Weeks 2

Postby schighschoolfan » Wed Aug 29, 2018 2:31 pm

I also read that Christian Academy had forfeited doc. Not sure why as the Saints played at Williamsburg last Friday but it does appear they have a smaller roster and may have suffered some injuries. Whatever the case, I hope they can get back to the field soon ... nothing much worse than a team playing a game or two and forfeiting the rest.

On a related note, I know the 8-man enrollment threshold is set by SCISAA ahead of time but I really wish they'd apply more common sense once the teams form up in late July/early August. A roster of 15 should have the option to play 8-man if they choose whereas a roster of 20+ should not be allowed to play 8-man under any circumstance regardless of the "number of enrolled males in grades 8 to 11" or however it's worded exactly.
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Re: Doodles - Weeks 2

Postby docgibbons » Wed Aug 29, 2018 4:51 pm

[quote=“schighschoolfan”]

On a related note, I know the 8-man enrollment threshold is set by SCISAA ahead of time but I really wish they’d apply more common sense once the teams form up in late July/early August. A roster of 15 should have the option to play 8-man if they choose whereas a roster of 20+ should not be allowed to play 8-man under any circumstance regardless of the “number of enrolled males in grades 8 to 11″ or however it’s worded exactly.[/quote]

i understand what you saying - but my understanding is that it's population vs participation. If Hammond only had 15 kids who wanted to play football, should they be allowed to go 8-man? I don't know - i just watch and report :D
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Re: Doodles - Weeks 2

Postby KSML » Wed Aug 29, 2018 6:51 pm

[quote=“schighschoolfan”]

On a related note, I know the 8-man enrollment threshold is set by SCISAA ahead of time but I really wish they’d apply more common sense once the teams form up in late July/early August. A roster of 15 should have the option to play 8-man if they choose whereas a roster of 20+ should not be allowed to play 8-man under any circumstance regardless of the “number of enrolled males in grades 8 to 11″ or however it’s worded exactly.[/quote]

I agree. There are some teams who should definitely move up to 11 man, but they have managed to circumvent the rules and continue to play in 8 man.
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Re: Doodles - Weeks 2

Postby docgibbons » Thu Aug 30, 2018 10:21 am

[quote=“KSML”]

I agree. There are some teams who should definitely move up to 11 man, but they have managed to circumvent the rules and continue to play in 8 man.[/quote]

how would you by-pass rule? Seems pretty black/white to me - if you have over X boys, then you play 11-man. If you have less than X boys, then you have the option to play 8-man.

Keep in mind that AJA won their first of 3 championships with a 14 man roster, beating Greenwood, who had 25+ players
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Re: Doodles - Weeks 2

Postby jstrick » Sat Sep 01, 2018 10:43 am

Eh I would agree with doc here. Sometimes you might have 20+ kids on your roster but adding those three guys to play 11-man really makes a difference. If you've got the athletes that can do it then yeah. But sometimes you see 8-man teams with big rosters and only an 8-man team's number worth of athletes (or less). Like Calhoun last year. They had good size but Caleb Crosby was all they really had and, oh man, was he something.

And I'd argue it's not so much teams circumventing any rules more so than the rules on the books never being enforced. Literally anyone can break the rules and there are no consequences. Anyone remember when Cambridge won the 8-man championship like 20 years ago with like 9 or 10 guys on the team? Now they haven't had varsity football since but that's changed with the Tri-Academy thing. Only time I can really think of consequences for rule breaking (ineligible players, illegal recruiting, etc.) is Victory Christian back in the day and Cambridge. Now Mims won state back in the 70s or 80s with like 12 or 13 on their roster, so sometimes you can have the right team the right way just be that good.
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