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  1. Does anyone know when the TSWA releases their 2018 girls soccer all state teams?
  2. Page HS is in the top 4 in AA this year, most thought they would be a AAA school this year but they stayed in AA. Don't know what they have coming back, but they are always solid.
  3. Saw that the TSSAA has an item on the June board of control agenda to discuss a mercy rule for soccer. Does any one have information. On what the rule might be that they are discussing?
  4. the all state class A/AA is as you say picking 15- girls which is less than 1% of the players in the state in the classification, what you did not mention is that if a coach is not a member of the THSSCA, their players are not eligible to be picked. So in reality that automatically eliminates a chunk of players from selection, especially at the smaller schools whose coaches may not be members. Also, the last few years before this year, as i was told by a local coach, 14 of the spots were reserved for players of teams that make the state tournament with the last spots going to players on teams not at the state tournament. so 14 players from 8 teams are chosen, and roughly 4-8 players from the reaming 142 schools were picked. so if you lost in the first round of state you got 1 guarantee player on the team, semifinal losers got 2 spots, and you got 3 if you made the final. the remaining 4-8 spots could also come from those teams but not guaranteed. This year she said that a list of nominated players was sent out for member coaches to vote on, but she was not sent anything about nominating players from her team even though she was a member of the coaches association. it seems like a small group of coaches running the coaches association set up the all state team to benefit their teams chances of getting players on it.
  5. Where did you hear Page was moving to AAA? I thought they were set in AA in the district you listed above.
  6. according to the pitch count rule sheet on the TSSAA website it says: 3. Highly recommended that a coach check with a coach on the opposing team between each half inning to make sure pitch counts are in congruent. (the same ) 4. Home team would be final correct count. 5. Both teams would sign documentation pitch form at the end of each game.
  7. This is what I came up with for the middle of the state in AA for next year. changes or suggestion as to how this will shake out? i see it as 2 districts with 6 teams and 2 districts with 7. District 9 White House- 874 White House Heritage-673 Greenbrier-833 Springfield-1081 Portland-1089 Beech-1139 District 10 Cheatham County- 682 Sycamore-760 Montgomery Central-1077 Kenwood-1163 Fairview-710 Creek Wood-986 District 11 STEM Prep- 418 Stratford-668 East Nashville-750 Hume Fogg-889 Maplewood-919 MLK-961 Hillwood-1103 District 12 Nolensville-942 Page-1123 Spring Hill-1053 Marshall County-902 Giles County-820 Lawrence County-1082 Tullahoma-1042
  8. if that is true about the amendment, it would affect the class A in this way according to the TSSAA approved co-ops: School New enrollment with multiplier old number coop with CSAS 809 446 STEM Chattanooga Chucky Doak 1112 618 North Greene Madison Ac. 842 468 Jackson Cen. Merry Marion Co. 931 517 South Pittsburgh Rockwood 783 435 MIdway Smith Co. 1089 605 Gordonsville West Greene 1118 621 South Greene there are also some in class AA that would move up as well.
  9. collinwood- doesn't offer girls or boys soccer, they coop and play at wayne county STEM prep- only played a jv schedule this year, will add varsity next fall trezevant- doesn't offer girls or boys soccer memphis middle college- didnt offer soccer this year most of the other ones you listed as not finding a schedule offer boys soccer but not girls soccer are below Memphis School of Excellence Memphis Academy of Health science Memphis Science and Engineering Decatur-Riverside Westmoreland Hillcrest Union City Oakhaven Hampton
  10. of the 86 schools that are listed in class A, the following do not have a girls soccer team: Day Spring Academy Lookout Valley Memphis Business Academy Memphis School of Excellence Memphis Science and Engineering Collinwood Freedom Prep Fredrick Douglas Chattanooga Girls Leadership Academy Memphis Middle College Hillcrest Middleton Oakhaven Hampton Union City Westmoreland Trezevant That leaves 69 schools is class A, 86 in class AA and 86 in class AAA for girls soccer. not exactly the even split we were told we would get for girls soccer.
  11. it definitely was done different than people were told. looking at it closer, some schools are listed but they coop meaning they don't offer the sport but the kids go to another school. my question is if they want an even split of teams in each class, if you look at the first 30 schools in class A, 12 don't offer girls soccer. that is going to really skew the numbers in each class of they stay this way.
  12. which 9 do you think will be A, and which 14 do you think will be AA?
  13. so i had to laugh a little when i read this....same old argument. if a public schools says something about not playing a private school it is whining and complaining and they are told to work harder, but when a private school has to play other private schools it is not fair to private schools and they can't compete and it is not an even playing field. we should all agree that whining is whining whether a public school is doing it or a private school is doing it and not act like it is any different.
  14. Sorry the previous post with the breakdown didn't show up before I posted for some reason.
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