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First Round Results - Was RPI Worth It?

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Below are 5A-8A teams that survived the first round who were not district champions.  Teams in bold were not district runners-up.  4 "RPI system teams" made it past the first round.  So was all of the fuss really worth it?  By the way, the results of the last system we used were similar.  

 

8A-R3 Treasure Coast (district runner-up)

8A-R4 Miami (district runner-up)

7A-R1 Lincoln (3rd place in district)

7A-R2 Bloomingdale (district runner-up)

7A-R2 Tampa Bay Tech (district runner-up)

7A-R3 Venice (district runner-up)

7A-R4 Plantation (district runner-up)

6A-R1 Columbia (district runner-up)

6A-R2 Clearwater (district runner-up)

6A-R3 Port Charlotte (district runner-up)

6A-R3 Charlotte (3rd place in district)

5A-R1 Godby (tied for district runner-up)

5A-R2 Vanguard (district runner-up)

5A-R2 North Marion (3rd place in district)

5A-R3 Atlantic (4th place in district)

5A-R3 Chamberlain (district runner-up)

5A-R4 Killian (district runner-up)

5A-R4 N Miami Beach (district runner-up)

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Of the 18 teams in the original post, only 4 remain.  And only one of those...Charlotte...is an "RPI team."   So, all of the fuss over RPI, and it is still pretty much the district champions and a handful of others playing for regional titles. 

7A-R3 Venice (district runner-up)

6A-R3 Charlotte (3rd place in district)

5A-R1 Godby (tied for district runner-up)

5A-R2 Vanguard (district runner-up)

 

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