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TVLL WEEK 5 VARSITY SCORES, POWER RANKINGS, STATS, METRICS

0 - Published April 23, 2012 by in High School, Lax Nation

Alright, TVLL Week 5 was nutty.  Crazy nutty.  Nutty par excellence.  Here are all of the scores:

Wednesday

  • Bishop Kelly 10, Timberline 11
  • Centennial 16, Boise 4
  • Meridian 19, Borah 5
  • Mountain View 7, Eagle 9
  • Wood River 1, Rocky Mountain 22
  • Skyview 12, Capital 2

Saturday

  • Timberline 17, Borah 2
  • Vallivue 5, Meridian 19
  • Eagle 6, Bishop Kelly 3
  • Wood River 6, Boise 18
  • Mountain View 21, Capital 2
  • Rocky Mountain 12, Skyview 4

Ok, well maybe it wasn’t all that nutty, but on the list of things that we didn’t quite expect here at the Lax Reporter, you can pencil in Bishop Kelly losing to both Timberline and Eagle.

Horses celebrating after defeating paladins.

IDAHO LAX REPORTER TVLL TOP 5 POWER RANKINGS:

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

STANDINGS

 1 Centennial HS Boys Varsity – Patriots 6 0 0 6 100 6 0 0
 1 Eagle HS Boys Varsity – Mustangs 5 0 0 5 100 5 1 1
 1 Timberline HS Boys Varsity – Wolves 5 0 0 5 100 6 2 0
 2 Rocky Mountain HS Boys Varsity – Grizzlies 5 2 0 7 71 5 2 0
 3 Bishop Kelly HS Boys Varsity – Knights 3 2 0 5 60 3 3 0
 4 Meridian HS Boys Varsity – Warriors 4 3 0 7 57 4 3 0
 4 Mountain View Boys Varsity – Mavericks 4 3 0 7 57 7 4 0
 5 Boise HS Boys Varsity – Braves 3 3 0 6 50 3 3 0
 6 Wood River Boys Varsity – Warriors 1 4 0 5 20 1 4 0
 7 Borah HS Boys Varsity – Lions 1 5 0 6 17 1 5 0
 7 Skyview HS Boys Varsity – Hawks 1 5 0 6 17 1 5 0
 8 Capital HS Boys Varsity – Eagles 1 6 0 7 14 1 6 0
 9 Vallivue Boys Varsity – Falcons 0 6 0 6 0 0 6 0

WEEK 6 GAMES TO WATCH

As of today there remain 3 undefeated teams, each sharing the #1 spot at the top of the standings.  But, like the Highlander, there can be only one.  In week 6, at least one of these teams will have to tally one (or two) in their own loss column.  Here’s what to pay attention for:

Wednesday, 6:30p @Eagle High School Eagle HS Boys Varsity (h) vs. Centennial HS Boys Varsity
Saturday, 1:30p @ Hobble Creek Park Centennial HS Boys Varsity (h) vs. Timberline HS Boys Varsity

Our money is on a Centennial sweep, but we wouldn’t bet too much.

METRICS*

The good

*Only league games counted
  • Most goals scored: Centennial at 108 (6 games); Mountain View at 104 (7 games)
  • Most goals per game: Centennial at 18; Timberline at 15.8
  • Least goals allowed: Eagle at 13 (5 games); Centennial 14 (6 games)
  • Least goals allowed per game: Centennial at 2.33; Eagle at 2.6
  • Best goal differential: Centennial at +94 (6 games); Timberline at +61 (5 games)

The bad/ugly (aka the Vallivue section)

*Only league games counted
  • Least goals scored: Vallivue has scored 15 (6 games); Wood River at 19 (5 games)
  • Least goals scored per game:  Vallivue at 2.66 gpg (6 games); Capital at 3.71 (7 games)
  • Most goals allowed: Vallivue has given up 105 (6 games); Borah at 88 (6 games)
  • Most goals allowed per game:  Vallivue at 17.5 gapg (6 games); Wood River at 17.4 (5 games)
  • Worst goal ratio: Vallivue 15 scored/ 105 allowed = 0.143 ratio; Wood River 19 scored/ 87 allowed = 0.218 ratio

Current Top 5(ish) Point Scorers

  1. Tevin Manu (Rocky Mtn, Atk):  40pts (28g, 12a)
  2. Andrew Rusin (Timberline, Atk): 33 pts (26g, 7a)
  3. 4 players tied at 27 points: Blake Batman (BK, Atk); Jake Berard (Meridian, Mid); Nash Cantrell (Timberline, Attack), Ian Williams (Meridian, Attack)

Current Top 3 Goalies (by save pct)

* Qualified goalies only
  1. Lee Shaw (Eagle): 71.6% (58 saves, 23 GA)
  2. Jarrin Wallace (Centennial): 69.4% (25 saves, 11 GA)
  3. V.J. Dahm (Skyview): 62.2% (51 saves, 31 ga)

Timberline goalies remain 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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