Dem wacky, wacky scenarios...
By Robert Przybylo
Not every district scenario is a doozy. Take for instance 5A-2. Booker T. plays Bixby, winner is first, loser is second. Bishop Kelley plays Miami, winner is third, loser is fourth.
This should be an easy night. And then you come to 5A-1, and perhaps the most ugly district standings ever. Five teams (El Reno, Deer Creek, Lawton Mac, Altus, Duncan) could end up 5-2 and 2-2 against each other. Say wha? I consider myself a person with above average intelligence. But I’m not a rocket scientist. And trying to figure out precisely what needs to happen for all five teams doesn’t sound like any fun.
Thankfully for me, fellow chum Ryan Aber is rejoicing for moments like this. So maybe rejoicing is too big a word, but he’s more than up to the task of really trying to figure this one out.
Everything can be made simple if El Reno and Deer Creek win and Altus lose. El Reno (1st), Deer Creek (2nd), Duncan (3rd) and Lawton Mac (4th). But that wouldn’t be any fun. Not. One. Bit.
Ryan is still hard at it, trying to figure out everything. When he’s done, I’ll be more than happy to post it. I like figuring these things out, too, but it’s tough when you print it. I don’t want to short-change anybody, and it’s real easy to forget a certain scenario happening.
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