There were some upsets last week that have shaken up the brackets. Most notable, Judge beat Brighton and Timpanogos beat Pleasant Grove. Riverton beat American Fork in double overtime to clinch a playoff berth. Also, Copper Hills beat Jordan to clinch a spot in the post season. Check out how the bracket stands and where your team fits in.
This year in the rotation will feature the Sandy Conference playing the Salt Lake Conference with the North matching up with the South Conference.
Here are the tiebreakers:
1. Conference Standings
3. Fewer Goals Allowed for All Conference Games (max. 8 point diff. per game)
4. Coin Toss by the Council Executive Committee
And the bracket (Projected Final Standings):
Conference Breakdowns (Projected Final Standings)
(c) = clinched seed
No. 1 Alta
No. 2 Juan Diego
No. 3 Bingham
No. 4 Copper Hills
No. 5 Jordan (eliminated)
Copper Hills beat Jordan in overtime to clinch a playoff spot. Alta and Juan Diego will square off on Tuesday for the No. 1 seed. Also on Tuesday, Bingham and Copper Hills with the winner grabbing the No. 3 seed.
No. 1 Judge (c)
No. 2 Brighton (c)
No. 3 Park City
No. 4 Olympus
No. 5 Skyline
Judge beat Brighton on Wednesday, clinching the No. 1 spot which means Brighton clinched the No. 2 seed. Park City and Skyline will play this week. If Skyline wins, there will be a three-way tie for the No. 3 seed and it would come down to goal differential.
No. 1 Bountiful (c)
No. 2 Davis (c)
No. 3 Weber
No. 4 Viewmont
No. 5 Bonneville
Davis beat Viewmont to clinch the No. 2 seed. Bountiful will play Viewmont on Wednesday for a chance to stay perfect in conference play. Weber beat Viewmont and faces Bonneville and will likely clinch the No. 3 seed. If Viewmont beats Bountiful and Weber beats Bonneville, Weber would get the No. 3 seed because they beat Viewmont.
No. 1 Timpanogos (c)
No. 2 Pleasant Grove (c)
No. 3 Lone Peak (c)
No. 4 Riverton (c)
No. 5 American Fork (eliminated)
The South seeds are set in stone!