If we look at their scores, they both brought two teams, and each school seemed to have split up their strongest members among both teams (maybe for experience). Just speculation though.I was surprised that Lower Merion wasn't top 5, and neither was Rustin... is there a reason for that?The B results are pretty standard, besides noting that Community continues to perform very well. The C results are relatively normal for the most part - WW-P North is on track to end up much like last year. Notably, Ward Melville and especially Syosset both performed very well.
Later in the invitational season, I have no doubts that Rustin and Lower Merion will place higher.