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TVLL WEEK 4 VARSITY SCORES, POWER RANKINGS, STATS, METRICS

1 - Published April 16, 2012 by in High School, Lax Nation

In TVLL Week 4, things finally started to get interesting.  Here are the intra-league scores:

Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Saturday
  •  Boise 5, Timberline 10
  • Capital 8, Vallivue 1
  • Mountain View 19, Meridian 5
  • Centennial 21, Wood River 2
  •  Bishop Kelly 9, Rocky Mountain 5
  • Borah 13, Vallivue 4
  • Mountain View 5, Centennial 12
  • Rocky Mountain 13, Capital 4
  • Skyview 5, Meridian 9

 

 

You can read about the BK/Rocky Mtn game at http://web.mac.com/bklacrosse/Knights2/News_and_Results/Entries/2012/4/13_Entry_1.html

Week 4 also saw some out-of-state competition roll into town.  On Tuesday and Wednesday, Eastside Catholic out of Washington took on Bishop Kelly, Centennial, and Eagle.  The BK and Centennial games were back to back on Tuesday evening.  Later in the week, Bountiful HS rolled up from Utah to take on Centennial and Timberline.  Here’s how it all panned out:

Tuesday Wednesday Friday Saturday
  • Bishop Kelly 6, Eastside Catholic 10
  • Centennial 8, Eastside Catholic 6
  • Eagle 7, Eastside Catholic 12
  • Mountain View 19, Meridian 5
  • Centennial 21, Wood River 2
  • Centennial 8, Bountiful 4
  • Timberline 8, Bountiful 20

The value of Centennial’s win over Eastside on Tuesday night isn’t clear, as it was Eastside’s 2nd game of the evening and they were surely gassed.  What’s a little more compelling is Centennial’s win over Bountiful in light of Timberline’s big loss.

After 4 weeks, here are the IDAHO LAX REPORTER TVLL POWER RANKINGS:

  1. Centennial
  2. Bishop Kelly
  3. Timberline
  4. Eagle
  5. Mountain View
  6. Rocky Mountain

Only the top 6 are ranked because it’s already becoming clear that these are the only teams with any sort of shot at the title.

Here are your current STANDINGS:

 ILA>TVLL>Boys Varsity> League Overall
Rank  Team  W  L  T  GP  PCT  W  L  T 
 1   Centennial HS Boys Varsity – Patriots 5 0 0 5 100 8 4 0
 1   Eagle HS Boys Varsity – Mustangs 3 0 0 3 100 3 1 1
 1   Timberline HS Boys Varsity – Wolves 3 0 0 3 100 4 2 0
 2   Bishop Kelly HS Boys Varsity – Knights 3 0 1 4 75 3 1 1
 3   Mountain View Boys Varsity – Mavericks 3 2 0 5 60 6 3 0
 3   Rocky Mountain HS Boys Varsity – Grizzlies 3 2 0 5 60 3 2 0
 4   Boise HS Boys Varsity – Braves 2 2 0 4 50 2 2 0
 5   Meridian HS Boys Varsity – Warriors 2 3 0 5 40 2 3 0
 6   Wood River Boys Varsity – Warriors 1 2 1 4 25 1 2 1
 6   Borah HS Boys Varsity – Lions 1 3 0 4 25 1 3 0
 7   Capital HS Boys Varsity – Eagles 1 4 0 5 20 1 4 0
 8   Skyview HS Boys Varsity – Hawks 0 4 0 4 0 0 4 0
 8   Vallivue Boys Varsity – Falcons 0 5 0 5 0 0 5 0

METRICS*

The good

*Only league games counted
  • Most goals scored: Centennial at 92 (5 games)
  • Most goals per game: Centennial at 18.4 goals per game
  • Least goals allowed: Eagle at 3 (3 games)
  • Least goals allowed per game: Eagle at 1 goals allowed per game
  • Best goal differential: Centennial at +82 (5 games)
  • Best goal ratio:  Eagle 40 scored/ 3 allowed = 13.3 ratio

The bad/ugly (aka the Vallivue section)

*Only league games counted
  • Least goals scored: Vallivue has scored 10 (5 games)
  • Most goals allowed: Vallivue has given up 86 (5 games)
  • Worst goal ratio: Vallivue 10 scored/ 86 allowed = 0.058 ratio
  • Worst goal differential: Vallivue at -76

Current Top 5(ish) Point Scorers

  1. AJ Gravel (Centennial, Atk) 26 pts (21g, 5a)
  2. Tevin Manu (Rocky Mtn, Atk):  24pts (19g, 5a)
  3. Alex Irish (Centennial, Mid): 21 pts (16g, 5a)
  4. Three players tied at 20 pts: Blake Batman (BK, Atk) 20 pts (9g, 11a); Charlie Dolar (Centennial) 20 pts (15g, 5a); Andrew Rusin (Timberline, Atk) 20 pts (16g, 4a)

Current Top 3 Goalies

* Qualified goalies only
  1. Lee Shaw (Eagle): 69% (29 saves, 13 GA)
  2. Cole Oliver (Bishop Kelly) 66.3% (55 saves, 28 GA)
  3. Jarrin Wallace (Centennial): 66.2% (98 saves, 57 GA)

Timberline goalies are currently disqualified because according to the ILA website, they have given up zero goals all season.  Inadequate stat-keeping will not be rewarded at the Lax Reporter.

All data from the ILA Website.

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