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What Could 6A Seedings/Region Finals Look Like Next Year?

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Using a combo of historical performance and power averages from this past season, this will give you an idea of what the 6A playoffs could look like next year.  This is not a prediction.  I'll leave that to you experts.

Region 1

#1 Columbia 45.60

#2 Escambia 40.60

#3 Ponte Vedra 39.30

#4 Mainland 38.80

#5 Gainesville 42.40

#6 Lee 41.90

#7 St Augustine 35.80

#8 New Smyrna Beach 35.00

Region Final - Columbia vs Lee

 

Region 2

#1 Largo 39.10

#2 Gaither 38.5

#3 Boca Ciega 37.80

#4 Springstead 37.40

#5 St Pete 39.10

#6 Clearwater 38.80

#7 Countryside 37.50

#8 Lake Minneola 34.00

Region 2 Final - Gaither vs St Pete

 

Region 3

#1 Braden River 41.50

#2 Heritage 39.50

#3 Fort Pierce Westwood 36.70

#4 Jefferson 36.30

#5 Charlotte 41.00

#6 Palmetto 40.10

#7 Port Charlotte 35.20

#8 Gateway 37.10

Region Final - Braden River vs Heritage

 

Region 4

#1 Central 41.90

#2 Naples 41.90

#3 Fort Myers 38.80

#4 Dillard 37.80

#5 Southridge 42.50

#6 Barron Collier 41.10

#7 North Fort Myers 39.80

#8 Belen Jesuit 39.20

Region Final-Central vs. Naples

 

 
 
 

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I know Region 2 is weak but those rankings are wrong and I doubt Gaither or St Pete make the finals.  It'll be either clearwater or largo imo with Gaither being next in line... but whoever comes out is going to get slaughtered

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