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Friday, February 01, 2013


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The Class B2 sectionals could be a lot of fun this season:

Cleveland Hill - unbeaten in ECIC IV
CSAT - unbeaten in N-O
East - only Yale Cup I loss to McKinley
Fredonia - only CCAA I losses to Olean

BEDS for 2013-14 have been released...biggest change is that class A and B are now fairly even in number as opposed to this season where B is loaded with teams.

Class AA will have 11 teams...only NT drops down to A. I doubt they will move them back into AA as they did this year since their number is actually less than Hamburg.

Class A will have 23 teams with Maryvale, Albion, Springville and EA moving back up from B. Olean is the last team out of A...six students shy of moving up.

Class B will have 30 teams. Interestingly, East High and MEC are seperated by just four students but will remain in different classes. East with 282 will remain in B while MEC will stay in C, two below the 280 cutoff.

Class C will have 21 teams, with both MEC and Silver Creek to be in C-1, if the class is once again split into two divisions, while Class D will have 10 teams.

AA sectionals should be fun :-)

Olean will be moving to A next season, as my architectual firm is transferring me and my family to the southern tier. Go Bonnies!

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