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TVLL WEEK 6 VARSITY SCORES, POWER RANKINGS, STATS, METRICS

0 - Published May 1, 2012 by in High School, Lax Nation
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No big shocks in week 6, but a little parity is revealing itself.

Wednesday

  • Borah 3, Skyview 19
  • Eagle 2, Centennial 5
  • Boise 14, Vallivue 5
  • Capital 0, Bishop Kelly 19
  • Timberline 11, Mountain View 10
  • Meridian 18, Wood River 6

Saturday

  • Eagle 7, Boise 1
  • Rocky Mountain 11, Meridian 10
  • Centennial 9, Timberline 5
  • Capital 9, Borah 0
  • Vallivue 2, Bishop Kelly 20

The big scores obviously are from the Eagle/Centennial and Timberline/Centennial games.  The Patriots took both, but for the first time this season were unable to manage a blowout victory.  What’s most clear is that Centennial defense is very stout.  The Mustangs’ defense is also pretty darn good –holding Centennial to 5 is no small feat.

Timberline’s narrow victory over Mountain View shows two things: 1.) Mountain View is capable of playing with the big boys; and 2.) Timberline is capable of winning the close game.

Rocky Mountain’s near-loss to Meridian confirms that despite their share of the #3 spot in the standings (see below), they aren’t an upper-tier team.

If the power rankings were based on appearance, I think BK would be #1. Image Source: http://web.mac.com/bklacrosse/Knights2/News_and_Results/Entries/2012/4/29_Falcons_Grounded_-_Knights_Win_20-2.html

IDAHO LAX REPORTER TVLL TOP 5 POWER RANKINGS:

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

Last week we had a top 6, but the Lax Reporter is not convinced that anyone outside of the top 5 has any reasonable shot at a title.

STANDINGS

ILA>TVLL>Boys Varsity> League Overall
Rank Team W L T GP PCT W L T
 1 Centennial HS Boys Varsity – Patriots 8 0 0 8 100 8 0 0
 2 Eagle HS Boys Varsity – Mustangs 6 1 0 7 86 6 2 1
 2 Timberline HS Boys Varsity – Wolves 6 1 0 7 86 7 3 0
 3 Bishop Kelly HS Boys Varsity – Knights 6 2 0 8 75 6 3 0
 3 Rocky Mountain HS Boys Varsity – Grizzlies 6 2 0 8 75 6 2 0
 4 Meridian HS Boys Varsity – Warriors 5 4 0 9 56 5 4 0
 5 Boise HS Boys Varsity – Braves 4 4 0 8 50 4 4 0
 5 Mountain View Boys Varsity – Mavericks 4 4 0 8 50 7 5 0
 6 Skyview HS Boys Varsity – Hawks 2 5 0 7 29 2 5 0
 7 Capital HS Boys Varsity – Eagles 2 7 0 9 22 2 7 0
 8 Wood River Boys Varsity – Warriors 1 6 0 7 14 1 6 0
 9 Borah HS Boys Varsity – Lions 1 7 0 8 12 1 7 0
 10 Vallivue Boys Varsity – Falcons 0 8 0 8 0 0 8 0

As you can see, Centennial is the last man standing when it comes to being undefeated.

WEEK 6 GAMES TO WATCH

THE BATTLE FOR CANYON COUNTY Wednesday – 5/5/12 – 6:00p @ Caldwell, ID
Vallivue Boys Varsity (h) vs. Skyview HS Boys Varsity 
KING OF THE MOUNTAIN Wednesday – 5/5/12 – 6:30p @ Rocky Mountain High
Rocky Mountain HS Boys Varsity (h) vs. Mountain View Boys Varsity 

METRICS*

The good

*Only league games counted
  • Most goals scored: Centennial at 122 (8 games); Mountain View at 114 (8 games)
  • Most goals per game: Centennial at 15.25; Mountain View at 14.25
  • Least goals allowed: Eagle at 19 (7 games); Centennial 21 (8 games)
  • Least goals allowed per game: Centennial at 2.625; Eagle at 2.71
  • Best goal differential: Centennial at +101 (8 games); Bishop Kelly at +60 (7 games)

The bad/ugly (aka the Vallivue section)

*Only league games counted
  • Least goals scored: Vallivue has scored 22 (8 games); Wood River at 25 (7 games)
  • Least goals scored per game:  Vallivue at 2.75 gpg (8 games); Wood River at 3.57 (7 games)
  • Most goals allowed: Vallivue has given up 139 (8 games); Borah at 116 (8 games)
  • Most goals allowed per game:  Vallivue at 17.375 gapg; Wood River at 15.14
  • Worst goal ratio: Vallivue 22 scored/ 139 allowed = 0.158 ratio; Borah 29 scored/ 116 allowed = 0.25 ratio

Current Point Leaders

  1. Nicholas Guzzetti (Mtn View, Atk): 50 pts (36g, 14a)
  2. Tevin Manu (Rocky Mtn, Atk):  43pts (31g, 12a)
  3. Blake Batman (Bishop Kelly, Atk): 40 pts (15g, 25a) and Andrew Rusin (Timberline, Atk): 40 pts (32g, 8a)

Current Top 3 Goalies (by save pct)

* Qualified goalies only
  1. Jarrin Wallace (Centennial): 73.5% (50 saves, 18 GA)
  2. Lee Shaw (Eagle): 73.4% (80 saves, 29 GA)
  3. Cole Oliver (BK): 63.3% (81 saves, 47 GA)

All data from the ILA Website.

 

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