When I originally heard the school was being built, I thought it was in Windermere. If that would’ve been the case, I think we would have seen them be quite excellent (on the state level) in your country club sports such as swimming, lacrosse, tennis, soccer, etc. Very similar to what Ponte Vedra has done up here in NE Florida
Since, we now have gone through Volleyball, Boys and Girls Soccer, and Boys and Girls Basketball... any complaints about how the MaxPrep rankings handled seeding and wildcards?
Heard one today will be of no consequence after Thursday, but a 9-12 boys basketball team made it in as the number #8 seed over despite a losing record, multiple FFL, and losing head to head to another team that had would be the #9 seed. It seems they were able to get in because of the "tough" schedule they played, despite losing all but 1 of their tough games.
Badbird, where did all the Windemere kids come from? In other words, what school(s) would they have gone to had not Windemere been built?
Demographically speaking, I'm guessing Windemere students play a lot of travel, AAU, and country club sports.
Windermere only been around 3 seasons
football 3-26 overall best season 2018 2-7
2019-20 19-8 ranked 38 in state won district title
2018-19 27-5 lost in state semis ranked 8 in the state
2019-20 19-5 ranked 40 in state won district
2018-19 21-6 ranked 49 in state lost in second round
2019 26-3 ranked 24 in state lost in state semi's
2018 18-7 lost in first round
2019 24-5 ranked 51 in state lost in 3rd round
2019 20-6 ranked 84 in state lost in first round
2019-20 15-3-2 ranked 52 in state lost in second round
2018-19 11-4-3 lost in first round
2019-20 7-5-3 under achieved
2018-19 16-3-1 ranked 40 in state lost in second round
2019 13-3 ranked 44 in state won district
2019 Girls 5th in state