John Richardsim wrote:
MIScioly wrote:As far as I can tell, the only advantage to a lower number is that you sit closer to the front at the awards ceremony.
Anyone making any predictions for States?
Funny you say that; apparently there was thought of specifically assigning seating in the auditorium to have teams which are more likely to get a lot of medals closer to the front. If this did go through, I'm guessing that the seating assignments won't just follow team number (I love Region 1 and all, but they probably aren't going to be getting the most medals).
And predictions? God no! Please! You can't make me!
It makes sense to do that. My guess is that this is how they did it: by having the best teams from each region with lower team numbers. I'm betting that they still do it in order of team number. It is better than the old system I guess, but I think Grand Rapids Christian, Allendale and Plymouth Christian from Region 12 will get several medals, and they are in the 50s for team number.
As far as predictions, that's why I asked without providing any
I think it is really hard to predict this year. I do think I have a good bet on the top 6 though, with Northville, Troy, DCD, Grand Haven, Forest Hills Central, and IA Central. But don't make me put them in order