SIDELINE OBSERVATIONS: Plenty to play for in Week 10

Published: Tuesday, October 30, 2012 at 17:03 PM.

Another possibility would be if Baker loses and Jay beat Freeport. In that case, Baker, Freeport and Jay would all have 1-2 records in district play and would compete in a shootout Monday to determine the second-place team.

The shootout concept is easy to understand, but difficult to explain.

Basically, whether a shootout for first and second place or just second place, the three teams will meet at the school with the best regular season record and the two visiting teams will play a quarter for the right to meet the host team.

If the shootout is for first and second place and the winner of the first quarter lost to the host team, the host team wins the district and the winner of the first quarter is the second place team.

If the winner of the first quarter beats the host team then they are the district champions and the two losers will play one last quarter with the winner taking second in the district.

A second place shootout also would be played at the school of the team with the best regular season record.

The two visiting teams would play and the loser would be eliminated. The host team would then play the winner of the first quarter in a second quarter and the winner of the second quarter is the district runner up and goes to the playoffs.



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