We have some strange results this week and these are results that make you wonder what to do.
Key among these are Highland vs Herriman and Moeller vs St. Edward.
In both instances, the losing team was ranked significantly higher, and lost by a small margin. In both instances, the losing team had, overall, a better record than the winning team—significantly better, really.
This is a bit of a weird week because some teams take a break before major tournaments, others have championships, and still others have finished their seasons.
This was a relatively difficult rankings to do in part because there is a bloc of teams in the 25-45 area that probably needs to be shuffled around.
Many of these teams in the 25-45 range don't play much outside their region. So we rely on what some teams do accomplish across borders to inform some of the decisions.
Back on April 23, which is not that long ago, Bishop Dwenger beat Penn 28-7. This seemed like a clear distinction between the two teams, and we were comfortable with that as Dwenger has done relatively well up until then.
They’d lost big to St. Ignatius but so had everyone else, so aside from that, they beat Moeller, St. Xavier, and lost to Royal Irish by a point.