kenniky wrote:Stacked lineup with New Trier, Penncrest, Ward Melville, the WWPs, Enloe, Clements, Mountain View, Bayard Rustin, Columbia, Fairfax, Harriton, LASA, and Montgomery
Gonna be interesting to see who comes out on top. Will Harriton defend their home turf? Can Clements keep up their momentum from Nats? Will LASA win? Or will there be an underdog taking 1st?
WhatScience? wrote:That was an insanely fast sign up.
EastStroudsburg13 wrote:I would be cautious about ranking SEPA teams super high. It's in their home area, true, but it's also going to be not much more than one week before regionals; it is entirely possible that teams will want to keep their cards held tighter to their chests than normal. I would expect to see several of them employ unstacked teams.
I would say few would unstack when approaching states- this is quite possibly the last "Big" invitational for PA teams. I wouldn't be surprised for teams to be using this invitational as a states-team trial run to make sure that the team composition works out (I also don't know if SOUP is running Nationals/PA/whatever schedule). Also, below the big teams, the rest are a bunch of good teams too- not too many separating characteristics which wouldn't allow for game-day game-changers (I tried something literary).
EastStroudsburg13 wrote:bubble teams such as ... Strath Haven
lumosityfan wrote:Hey just wondering are the awards going to be livestreamed again like last year?
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