Thursday, September 06, 2007

Top Eastern HS Girls Team for 2008

Not sure why this one didn't get up there, but here are the ladies from the east coast.


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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Though Fox Chapel, in my opinion, in full health was the best team on the coast, They have some heavy losses this year. Too many to be in contention again.

The Pulse said...

Paideia had some great, great freshmen (to be sophomores) and juniors (to be seniors) that I saw play at YCC's. I think they're the team to beat in the east.

Anonymous said...

How can Amherst Jv be posted in the same poll as Amherst varsity for best team?

Josh said...

Prolly because they were one of the top teams in the nation.

It would be nice if we could have users generate their own top 10, and then work from that. Yah, it's nice to know who everyone thinks is #1, but I'm sure everyone is also interested in where every other teams ends up.

One other thing -- Where's St. Johnsbury Academy?

Lukester said...

josh,
i would love nothing more than a user submitted poll, but I haven't found one online that is free and easy to use.

Josh said...

You could post links to three polls for each division, and have people vote for their first choice on one, their second choice on another, and their third choice on the third.

Anonymous said...

YHB lost essentially no seniors--they are definite contendors

Douglas said...

Brutal Grassburn came in third this year, and lost no seniors. Most of the girls they had joined that year. I think last year as a nice rebuilding year. This year, watch out. Those girls are going to make some noise.

Tom Cook said...

Fox Chapel was outstanding, winning PA States with just 5 players. But, O'Hara gave them all they could handle with really only 2 players. O'Hara lost just one major contributor, and with 6 freshman last year lost only one game, by one point....Look for huge things.