Way Too Early Predictions

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Re: Way Too Early Predictions

Post by windu34 » February 25th, 2017, 2:01 pm

pikachu4919 wrote:
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EastStroudsburg13 wrote:I wouldn't say that Troy's performance foreshadowed their loss as much as Mira Loma's performance foreshadowed their win. They completely and utterly dominated.
Not really more than past years:
2014: 4th at nats, 57 points at states
2015: 2nd at nats, 50 points at states
2016: 1st at nats, 54 points at states
I thought Troy's score at SoCal's states last year was 102 or something near that
These are Mira Loma's scores. You are correct about Troy's score from last year's states
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Re: Way Too Early Predictions

Post by Unome » March 14th, 2017, 9:52 am

Since this is the usual time the "real" prediction threads usually begin around, we should probably go ahead and retire this thread. See Unofficial Rankings B and Unofficial Rankings C
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