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justafann wrote: Be interested in the formula that ranks the Serra League 4th in the pac 5. That being said, i dont think that hurt Crespi, they are a fourth place team. People can argue that they deserve it more than tesoro all they want, i will challenge any to find a year where 2 teams from the same league got an at-large bid. Win the games you are supposed to win, and you never have to worry about the cif screwing you over. The Celts had thier chance to prove they belong in the post season, and like many others, I think they could make a run, but they didnt take care of business. People can compare records, schedules, and strength of leagues, but in the end, there is a critiria for post season qualification, and the best way to ensure your participation is to win enough games....period!8-2 is good, just aint good enough. Go Warriors!Fann
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Warrior661 wrote: You want a hall pass every year for finishing 3rd and 4th ?? Handle your shat in league rather then blaming CIF !!!!!
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Tesoro won a three-way coin flip with San Clemente and Trabuco Hills to be the South Coast League’s No. 3 team (behind 1. Mission Viejo and 2. El Toro).
Bishop Amat got the first of the Pac-5 Divsion’s two at-large berths. That made it Crespi (8-2 record) vs. Tesoro (7-3) for the other at-large berth.
The points system that determines at-large teams gave three points to Tesoro — two for strength of schedule, one for strength of league. Crespi got one point for having the superior record.
The CIF-Southern Section football coaches advisory committee ranked Pac-5 leagues
It had the South Coast ranked ahead of the Serra League, and that ranking played a part in Tesoro’s selection over Crespi for one of the Pac-5′s two at-large berths.
Brian Barnes was one of the 45 coaches on the advisory committee. It became a 44-coach committee when Barnes was fired last week as Tesoro’s coach.I also think the register got this part wrong, Tesoro got the first at large. Tesoro has a win over Chino Hills and BA a tie, that fact and the strength of league would give Tesoro the first bid, that would leave BA for the 2nd, and leave crespi out. Everyone thought Tesoro was done after the loss to San Clemente, because for Tesoro to get back in San Clemente had to lose to Trabuco Hills and then win the coin flip. How lucky was that.
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