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Columbiafan top 50 FL rankings post week 9

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1 Lakeland  7a (9-0)

2 St Thomas Aquinas  7a (7-0)

3 Armwood  7a (7-1)

4 Miami Washington  4a (6-2)

5 Miami Northwestern  5a (6-2)

6 Miami Central  6a (7-2)

7 Deerfield Beach  8a (5-3)

8 American Heritage Plantation  5a (7-1)

9 Edgewater  7a (7-1)

10 Rockledge  5a (7-1)

11 Gulliver Prep  4a (8-0)

12 Jones  5a (7-1)

13 Miami Palmetto  8a (7-1)

14 Bartram Trail  8a (8-0)

15 Sanford Seminole  8a (8-0)

16 Naples  6a (8-0)

17 Cardinal Gibbons  4a (6-2)

18 Atlantic Delray  7a (5-2)

19 Vero Beach  8a (7-0)

20 Palmetto  6a (8-0)

21 Venice   7a (5-3)

22 Palm Beach Lakes  7a (7-0)

23 Cocoa  4a (5-2)

24 Dillard  6a (9-0)

25 Chaminade Madonna  3a (6-2)

26 Western  8a (6-1)

27 Columbia  6a (6-2)

28 Wakulla  5a (9-0)

29 Lake Wales  5a (8-0)

30 Apopka  8a (6-1)

31 Escambia  6a (7-0)

32 Trinity Christian  3a (4-5)

33 Miami Carol City  4a (4-5)

34 Deland  8a (5-2)

35 Niceville  7a (9-0)

36 South Dade  8a (7-1)

37 Lakewood  4a (8-0)

38 Viera  7a (5-2)

39 Raines  5a (5-2)

40 Madison County  1a (7-2)

41 Champagnat Catholic  2a (6-2)

42 Miami Edison  3a (5-3)

43 Flagler Palm Coast  8a (7-1)

44 North Marion  5a (7-1)

45 Osceola  8a (7-1)

46 Sarasota Riverview  8a (6-2)

47 Vanguard  5a (5-2)

48 Lake Gibson  6a (8-0)

49 Clearwater Central Catholic  3a (6-3)

50 Gaither  6a (8-0)




 

 

 

 

 



 

Next (30) in no specific order


 

Dunnellon  5a (7-1)

Mainland  6a (4-3)

Fleming Island  7a (7-0)

Washington  6a (8-0)

Oakleaf  8a (5-3)

Pine Forest  5a (4-2)

Pensacola Catholic  3a (8-0)

Ribault  5a (3-3)

Mandarin  8a (5-3)

Ponte Vedra  6a (6-1)

Dr Phillips  8a (6-2)

Jesuit  5a (6-2)

Steinbrenner  8a (8-0)

Victory Christian  2a (7-1)

Berkeley Prep  3a (6-1)

Treasure Coast  8a (6-1)

Wekiva  7a (5-2)

Port Charlotte  6a (7-1)

Bishop Moore  5a (6-3)

Winter Park  8a (5-3)

University School  (6-2)

American Heritage Delray  4a (5-3)

Columbus  8a (4-4)

Plantation  7a (6-1)

Bishop Verot  3a (7-1)

Fort Myers  6a (6-2)

Palm Beach Gardens  8a (6-1)

Cypress Lake  5a (7-2)

North Fort Myers  6a (6-2)

McArthur  7a (5-3)


 

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Fun story.

DP was unranked in 2016 and 2017, made the title both years (won it in 2017).

DP was unranked last year, made elite 8 in a down year.

Looks like DP is right on track in 2019! 

You all miss a key factor: DP schedules the top teams every year and improves greatly as the season progresses. This is not the same team that lost to Seminole week 1.

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23 minutes ago, Pipe Dreams said:

Fun story.

DP was unranked in 2016 and 2017, made the title both years (won it in 2017).

DP was unranked last year, made elite 8 in a down year.

Looks like DP is right on track in 2019! 

You all miss a key factor: DP schedules the top teams every year and improves greatly as the season progresses. This is not the same team that lost to Seminole week 1.

They may very well be getting better however they have faced 2 ranked teams in my poll and lost both

 

 

Best "unranked teams" was a clearly down wekiva and a decent West Orange team

 

I had Dr Phillips ranked in preseason but they dropped with the Seminole loss and while they are consistent their wins just haven't been significant enough to push them back in but they are on verge of re-entering the rankings and likely will be there when the playoffs begin 

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