Sunday, October 30, 2011

NCISAA Football Playoff Brackets

NCISAA 3A Semifinals Friday: Country Day (7-3) at Charlotte Latin (8-2); Raleigh Ravenscroft (8-3) at Providence Day (8-2)

NCISAA Division II First Round Friday:
Forsyth Country Day (3-7) at SouthLake (9-1); Harrell's Christian (7-4) at Asheville School (7-2); Cannon (5-4) at Christ School (8-1); N. Raleigh Christian (6-4) at First Assembly (6-3)

NCISAA Division III First Round Friday: Trinity Christian (3-5) at Victory Christian (3-7); Fayetteville Christian (5-5) at Davidson Day (9-1)

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wonder who determines these divisions... because there are larger enrollments in the lower divisions than Division I... Someone needs to combine these schools into one big league and let these kids actually have a playoff run instead of one or two games for a championship...absolutely absurd

Anonymous said...

Im with you there, I think there should be only 2 divisions looking at the number of schools that compete. Those 3A schools in the division 2 bracket should be forced to step their game up and play the big guys. North Raleigh, Cannon, Christ, Asheville and forsyth should all be playing in division 1.

Anonymous said...

I think most would agree the divisions need to be bigger. But look at how bad Latin beat Davidson Day. The games would be blow outs. Most of these teams do not have the players or coaching to really compete with division 1.

Anonymous said...

By that reasoning, you should just throw Latin and Country Day into the NCHSAA and watch them get their doors blown off by more athletic teams... LEave it the way it is...

Anonymous said...

Doors blown off? By who? Have you checked the records Latin and CCD have the past 5 years vs. schools like Soute Point, Porter Ridge, Marvin Ridge, etc? They've got 5 times more students and still got their butts kicked. It was so bad they dropped them from their schedules.

Anonymous said...

Both Latin and Country Day have enrollments that would put them in 1A in the NCHSAA. Along with a couple of schools, i.e. Albermarle, Thomasville, etc., Latin and Country Day would win the 1A playoffs every year too.

That being said, it is the public schools that don't want to compete with the private schools. Meck County instituted a rule where none or their schools are even allowed to play private schools unless it's in a Holiday basketball tournament.

And I can promise you, they haven't outlawed playing the private schools because they are worried about beating them too badly--quite the opposite.

Anonymous said...

Don't forget the mighty Crest and Northwestern who couldn't beat Country Day. Ask Catholic who the toughest teams they play are. They'll tell you CLS and CCDS, at least until deep in the state playoffs. Both Country Day and Latin would be easily competitive in 3AA. Competitive to the point they could contend for state titles.

Anonymous said...

We were talking about expanding the private school playoffs. It has nothing to do with public schools. But since you brought it up...Catholic's touhgest game this year was CCDS and Porter Ridge got their toughest game from PDS. So your arguement is poor either way.

Anonymous said...

providence day barely lost to porter ridge 10-7 and beat East Rutherford 31-14 (or around that score). I believe East Rutherford is 3A in the same conference as Crest.

Anonymous said...

divisions are not based on how good a team is they should be based upon enrollment... CCS has lower enrollments than all of division 3 and half of division 2 and they are competitive, all im saying is stop the bull crap politics and do the divisions by enrollment...

Anonymous said...

Catholic, PDS, CCDS, and Latin are all extremely competitive and would win 3A Meck Public School Championships all over the place. The coaching at all the big private schools is off the charts, as are the AD's. Girls sports are even more dominant than men in the private schools...tell anyone in CMS to take off that "no play" rule and you'll wish you didn't play any of em'.....

Anonymous said...

"providence day barely lost to porter ridge 10-7 and beat East Rutherford 31-14 (or around that score)".............East Rutherford is hardly the litmus test for public 3A competition. I don't believe ER even made the playoffs

Anonymous said...

I stand corrected above at 10:57. East Rutherford is "2A", not 3A and finished with a 5-5 record. They are in the playoffs.

Anonymous said...

The two lower divisions should definitly be combined. Davidson Day would be the overwhelming favorite in that scenario, and are playing in the lowest division. Unfortunately the highest divsion is where it needs to be, despite the low numbers. There are frankly no other teams that can compete with the large Charlotte teams, and most years Ravenscroft. (I'm a Harrells Christian supporter).

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