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Diary of a Mad Sportswriter: MAR - Cal Ripken 46/60 11 yo. standings Day Two

Diary of a Mad Sportswriter

Stan Hudy is a sportswriter for The Saratogian and Community News. He covers high school and youth sports in the Saratoga County area as well as writing a weekly book review on sports books. He's not just a "stick and ball" sportswriter, he's willing to take on any sport as well as any subject.

Saturday, August 09, 2008

MAR - Cal Ripken 46/60 11 yo. standings Day Two

Standings through Day 2

        Pool A                          Pool B
Metro New York Kingsbridge 3-0(12)   Southern NJ Sacred Heart 3-0 (12)
Host team     Clifton Park 2-1 (12) ENY Runner-Up  Niskayuana  3-0 (17)
NY Pennsylvania Spring-Ford 1-1 (16)  SE Pennsylvania Warrington 0-2 (12)Northern NJ  Manalapan 1-2 (15)  Delaware Bear All-Stars     1-2 (20)Eastern NY    Wilton    0-3 (31)    Western NY  Ithaca     0-3 (31)
(Runs allowed)

Sunday - Third and final day of pool play.
Times changed due to rain in forecast, late afternoon. New times reflected.
  • 9 a.m. Manalapan vs. Spring-Ford (Field 14)
  • 9:30 a.m. Bear vs. Warrington (Field 11)
  • 11:30 a.m. Clifton Park vs. Kinsbridge (Field 14)
  • Noon Niskayuna vs. Sacred Heart (Field 11)
  • 2 p.m. Spring-Ford vs. Wilton (Field 14)
  • 2:30 p.m. Warrington vs. Ithaca (Field 11)

  • Saturday's results
  • 10 a.m. Manalapan 13, Wilton 2
  • 10:30 a.m. Bear 17, Ithaca 2
  • 12:30 p.m. Kingsbridge 11, Spring-Ford 10
  • 1 p.m. Sacred Heart 4, Warrington 2
  • 3 p.m. Clifton Park 5, Manalapan 2
  • 4:30 p.m. Niskayuna 10, Bear 8

    The fine print...tie-breakers for pool play standings

    Pool play standings will be determined as follows:
    1. WIN - LOSS RECORD

    If tied:
    2.
    HEAD-TO-HEAD COMPETITION
    In a two way tie for record, if one team has defeated the other, the tie is broken in favor of that team.

    2a.
    In a three (or more) team tie situation, the process would move to criteria #3 unless one team has beaten all of the other teams that it is tied with.

    Example #1:
    A three team tie exists between Delaware, Maryland and N. New Jersey with each recording 2-2 records. Delaware defeated both N. New Jersey and Maryland. N. New Jersey defeated Maryland. The three-way tie is broken at criteria #2 in favor of Delaware because they defeated both teams they were tied with for record. N. New Jersey would be seeded as the #2 team as a result of their head to head win versus Maryland.

    Example #2:
    A three way tie exists for record between Delaware, N. New Jersey and Maryland with each recording a 2-2 records. Delaware defeated N. New Jersey; N. New Jersey defeated Maryland and Maryland defeated Delaware. These three teams are still tied and the tie-breaking process will move on to Criteria #3 – Runs Allowed.

    3. RUNS ALLOWED
    In the event of a three way tie, all three teams shall complete criterion #3 to determine seeding. If, after completing criterion #3, the three way tie has been broken and a two way tie still remains (i.e. two teams gave up the same number of runs), the two teams remaining tied will revert back to criterion #2 (Head to Head) to break the two-way tie. If all three teams gave up a different number of runs, no tie exists and all teams shall be seeded at criterion #3. If all three teams gave up the same number of runs, proceed to criterion #4.

    4. RUN DIFFERENTIAL (WITH A MAXIMUM OF 10 PER GAME)
    Total runs scored minus total runs allowed is the team’s run differential.
    Example: PA has winning scores of 6-4, 12-0, and 7-3 and lost 8-4. Their run differential is 12. Note: Run differential in the 12-0 game is limited to 10.

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