District B-4: Playoff picture complicated for Davenport, Coyle and Southwest Covenant

Last season, the scenarios for the city-area teams hoping to get into the playoffs was clear. This year, things are a bit more complicated for Davenport, Coyle and Southwest Covenant.
by Ryan Aber Published: October 28, 2012
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Last season, the scenarios for the city-area teams hoping to get into the playoffs was clear.

This year, things are a bit more complicated for Davenport, Coyle and Southwest Covenant.


Last week's Keota blowout of Dewar led to some chaos in District B-4 with Davenport and Keota in good shape with the second and third playoff spots, while Dewar needs to win over Weleetka to secure its spot.

Coyle had no doubt last season, having been locked into fourth position.

A win and a Rejoice Christian win over Woodland would secure a home playoff game for Coyle.

Southwest Covenant's playoff future is even more muddy than Davenport or Coyle.

It could finish anywhere from second to out of the playoffs, though the latter appears to be a remote possibility as Southwest Covenant finishes the season against Bokoshe, which is winless in district play.



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