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    Sinton goes in unranked after a not so good offensive season so far and some defensive woes. Pitching is there and returning players from last season region 4 champs. They waited all season to get back to the start of post season wait and see if they can flip the switch and get rolling like last season during the playoffs.

    Robstown, Fredericksburg, Sweeny, Boerne, Wimberley, Navarro, Sealy, Cuero, Bellville and Zapata all look to have the team to make a run from region IV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rb585 View Post
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    And is it my imagination, or are there a lot more teams with 3-or-fewer losses than there normally are?
    Nope......lots of teams out there in 4A this season with excellent season records.....alot more than most seasons. It will be a battle to become a regional champ this season in EVERY region......even for Argyle in Region 2. Pleasant Grove beat them last season when Argyle was (27-1) and knocked them out. Of course, last season PG went (34-3) and lost to SC Wylie in the semi-final. It could happen again......lots of very good teams could get knocked off at any time this season very easily.
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    I put together a Region by Region list of ranked teams using only the team ranking number, not the team names. Judge for yourself which Regions look to be the most competitive:

    REGION I - 3, 6, 8, 10, 14, 22

    REGION II - 1, 12, 16, 19, 20, 25

    REGION III - 2, 9, 11, 15, 18, 21, 23, 24

    REGION IV - 4, 5, 7, 13, 17

    Looking at the UIL brackets, the lower bracket in Region I has 4 ranked teams and the lower bracket in Region III has 5 ranked teams.
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    Quote Originally Posted by regaleagle View Post
    Argyle remains undefeated (22-0). Godley has one loss (16-1), and so does Iowa Park(19-1), and don't ever count out Abilene Wylie(16-2).....all in Region I along with a very good Bushland(20-4). Canton(20-2), Texarkana Pleasant Grove(16-3), Princeton(15-3), and Kilgore(14-3) all look to be very good in Region II against an undefeated Argyle. The Center Roughriders(15-4) out of District 16 in Region II are still undefeated in district play(8-0) and cannot be overlooked. In Region III the favorites seem to be Robinson(15-3/8-0) and Salado(17-2/8-0), but looks like there are plenty others that will contend for the region title. Madisonville(17-7/6-0), Taylor(20-5/7-1), Navasota(14-5/6-1), Jasper(20-5/3-1), Little Cypress-Mauriceville(23-4/5-1) along with Bridge City(16-7/5-1) in the same District 22 will all be tough to beat. In Region IV, Sweeny(21-2/5-1) is considered the favorite. Boerne(19-3/7-1) and Fredericksburg(17-5/7-1) out of District 28 are both highly ranked teams though. So is Wimberley(15-3/3-1) and Robstown(17-4/10-0). Look out for Cuero(16-5/4-0).....and Sinton(12-6/7-3) should NEVER be counted out. Zapata(13-5/9-0) is handily winning District 32 and should also be considered as a threat.
    There are some other very good teams not mentioned here that could cause some problems for some of these teams in the playoffs.......baseball playoffs can be quirky. There can be a one-game/winner advances scenario instead of the regular 3-gamer tilt. Put your best pitcher against a team with a better record in a one-gamer and see what happens. Usually a coin flip is made and the winner chooses either a one-gamer or best of 3 playoff scenario. Stay tuned as we near the end of district play and the first round of the playoffs......there will be lots of "upsets" in the early rounds.
    Good analysis. Here we are in Region III finals, with Salado vs. Jasper. Their only common opponents were Robinson and Huffman Hargrave. How will they stack up agains each other this Thursday? Don't know much about Jasper this year; and nothing about Salado.
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