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UPDATED POWER POINTS: A look around the area

Unofficial VHSL power points through Monday’s games:

6A–SOUTH - CONFERENCES 1, 2

School W L Points
Ocean Lakes 6 0 31.67
Oscar Smith 6 0 29.67
Western Branch 5 1 29.67
Grassfield 5 1 29.33
Cox  4 2 26.83
Bethel 4 3 26.29
Woodside 4 3 25.29
Kecoughtan 4 3 24.86
First Colonial 3 3 23.67
Tallwood 3 4 23.43
Granby 3 4 23.00
Bayside  3 4 22.86
Landstown 2 4 21.50

 

6A–SOUTH - CONFERENCES 3, 4

School W L Points
Colonial Forge 5 2 30.14
Varina 5 1 29.83
Hylton 5 1 28.67
Riverbend 5 1 28.33
Thomas Dale 4 2 28.00
Cosby 5 1 27.83
Forest Park 4 2 27.67
Patrick Henry-Ro 5 2 27.14
Woodbridge 4 2 27.00
James River-Ch 4 3 24.14
Franklin County 2 5 21.71
Gar-Field 0 6 17.67
Stafford 0 6 16.50

Eagles on top: Colonial Forge’s win over North Stafford—paired with Varina’s loss—boosted the Eagles from No. 4 to No. 1 in their half of the 6A–South. Hylton didn’t score many power points by beating winless Gar–Field.

Costly split: As things stand today, Woodbridge is the big loser in the decision to divide the 6A–South into two divisions. If the playoffs started today, Woodbridge would not be in, even though its rating is better than four teams from Conference 1 & 2 which would make the postseason.

 

5A–NORTH

School W L Points
Massaponax 7 0 31.14
Tuscarora 6 1 28.57
Briar Woods 5 1 28.00
Stone Bridge 4 2 27.33
North Stafford 6 1 27.29
Broad Run 5 1 27.00
Falls Church 4 2 26.00
Freedom-PW 3 3 24.83
Mountain View 3 3 23.50
Mount Vernon 3 3 23.17
Albemarle 3 3 23.00
Potomac 2 4 22.17
Thomas Jefferson -A 3 3 21.67
Potomac Falls 4 2 21.50
RE Lee-S 2 4 21.33
Thomas Edison 2 4 20.17
Brooke Point 2 5 20.14
Wakefield 2 4 18.83
JEB Stuart 1 5 17.83
Orange 1 5 17.67
Freedom-LC 1 6 16.57
Patrick Henry-Ash 0 6 15.50
George Marshall 0 6 15.00
Halifax County 0 6 14.50

Panthers extend lead: Massaponax’s advantage over No. 2 Tuscarora grew from .93 last week, to more than two full points. Losses by Tuscarora and North Stafford helped.

By slim margins: Brooke Point is .03 points out of last playoff spot, but has a brutal final three games—Mountain View, North Stafford and Massaponax. Mountain View is one spot out of a home playoff game, but closes with two 6A opponents and has a good chance to improve its rating.

 

4A–NORTH

School W L Points
Sherando 6 1 26.29
Salem 4 2 26.00
Eastern View 6 0 25.83
George Washington 6 0 25.33
King George 5 1 24.83
Courtland 4 2 23.83
Dominon 4 2 22.50
Handley 4 2 22.33
Woodgrove 4 2 21.83
Pulaski County 4 3 21.43
Loudoun County 3 3 20.83
EC Glass 3 3 20.17
Jefferson Forest 3 3 20.17
Charlotetsville 3 3 19.83
Fauquier 3 3 19.33
Liberty-Beal 2 4 19.33
Amherst 2 4 18.83
Lousia 2 4 18.67
Chancellor 1 5 17.83
Millbrook 2 5 17.43
William Fleming 2 4 17.17
Bassett 2 4 16.83
Heritage LC 1 5 16.83
Harrisonburg 1 5 16.33
Carroll County 1 5 14.33
Park View-St 0 6 13.80
Fluvanna 0 6 13.00
James Wood 0 7 12.71

Strength of schedule penalty: Yes, Eastern View won again to improve to 6–0 for the first time in school history. But of all the Cyclones’ six opponents this year, just one managed a win this week. With few additional rider points and just 22 points for beating winless Brentsville, Eastern View was passed by Sherando and Salem for the No. 1 seed. George Washington also fell despite prevailing against a winless foe, from No. 2 to No. 4.

 

4A–SOUTH

School W L Points
Heritage NN 7 0 29.14
Phoebus 6 0 28.67
Dinwiddie 6 0 26.67
Lake Taylor 4 2 26.67
Denbigh 5 2 25.29
Churchland 5 1 25.00
Norcom 5 1 24.17
King’s Fork 5 1 23.50
Tabb 4 2 23.17
Glen Allen 3 3 21.67
Hanover 3 3 21.17
Smithfield 4 2 21.00
Monacan 3 4 21.00
Powhatan 4 2 20.50
Caroline 3 3 19.83
Nansemond River 2 4 19.50
JR Tucker 3 3 19.17
BT Washington 2 3 18.80
Jamestown 2 4 18.67
Grafton 2 4 17.50
Deep Creep 0 6 17.00
Midlothian 0 7 16.86
Woodrow Wilson 0 6 15.00
Lakeland 0 6 15.00

Cavaliers climbing: Caroline’s win Monday against Chancellor took Caroline from the No. 16 seed to No. 15. The next three weeks—Courtland, James Monroe and King George—are vital for Caroline’s postseason chances.

 

3A–EAST

School W L Points
Lafayette 6 0 27.17
Kettle Run 4 2 24.00
Loudoun Valley 5 1 23.67
Central-W 5 1 21.50
James Monroe 3 3 21.00
Park View SH 5 1 20.83
Warren County 4 2 18.83
Petersburg 2 4 18.67
Poquoson 3 3 18.33
Thomas Jefferson-Ri 3 3 18.00
Hopewell 2 4 17.83
Skyline 3 4 17.14
New Kent 2 4 16.83
Armstrong 2 4 16.67
Culpeper 3 4 16.57
John Champe 1 5 16.50
York 2 4 16.17
Huguenot 1 6 16.00
Spotsylvania 2 4 15.83
Warhill 1 5 15.33
Manassas Park 2 4 14.67
William Monroe 1 5 14.50
G. Wythe 0 5 13.40
Southampton 1 5 13.33
John Marshall 0 6 13.17
Colonial Heights 0 6 12.50
Brentsville Distr 0 7 12.17

Down; certainly not out: James Monroe’s loss to King George only saw the Jackets fall one spot, from No. 4 to No. 5. Culpeper also lost, but remains on the good side of the playoff bubble. Lafayette’s position as the top seed continues to improve. It had a two-point margin for No. 1 last week, and the advantage has grown to more than three full points.

1A–EAST

School W L Points
Altavista 5 1 21.50
Franklin 5 1 21.00
Essex 5 1 20.83
Central-Lun 6 1 20.00
Sussex Central 5 1 19.83
West Point 5 1 19.17
Rappahannock 5 1 18.83
Parry McCluer 5 2 17.67
Washington & Lee 3 3 16.67
Middlesex 4 2 16.00
Chincoteague 1 4 16.00
Surry 4 2 15.67
Colonial Beach 3 3 15.17
Northumberland 3 3 12.50
Lancaster 3 3 12.17
Cumberland 2 4 11.17
William Campbell 0 6 10.00
Mathews 1 5 9.33
Charles City 0 6 8.33
Northampton 0 7 8.14
King & Queen 0 6 7.17
Rappahannock Co 0 5 6.75

It’s tough at the top: Last week’s top four rated teams—Franklin, Central, Rappahannock and Sussex—all lost, causing a reshuffling of the region’s top seeds. Altavista jumped from No. 5 to No. 1 and Essex improved from seventh to third.

Eagles closing on home game: Washington & Lee’s goal has been to earn a home playoff game in the first round of the postseason. The Eagles’ win against Lancaster was huge. They can score good points again this Friday by beating Northumberland, and the Oct. 25 game against Rappahannock suddenly looks winable, too. Victories in those two might be enough to keep Washington & Lee on their home field to start the playoffs.

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