Average daily attendance for Football Seedings released

Posted by Andy Durham on November 2, 2009 at 6:52 pm under High School | 6 Comments to Read

Average daily attendances used for the NCHSAA football pairings that will be coming out this Saturday….

Some of our teams will not get in, but among those that do, we may have quite a few 4-A players and not too many 4-AA entries……

You might see a cutoff right underneath Grimsley……Top Ten enrollments in the state listed below the Guilford County numbers.

ADM:
4A’s
Northwest Guilford-2027
Page-1893
Grimsley-1817
Ragsdale-1509
Dudley-1505
Southeast Guilford-1462
Western Guilford-1461
High Point Central-1430
Southwest Guilford-1382
Ben L. Smith-1286

3-A’s
Eastern Guilford-1289
Northeast Guilford-1216
Northern Guilford-1212
Southern Guilford-1066

2-A’s
High Point Andrews-957

The Top Ten Largest Schools in the State:
MYERS PARK HIGH 2988(Charlotte)
WAKEFIELD HIGH 2797(Raleigh)
WILLIAM G ENLOE HIGH 2672(Raleigh)
INDEPENDENCE HIGH 2660(Charlotte)
HOPEWELL HIGH 2621(Huntersville)
LEESVILLE ROAD HIGH 2488(Raleigh)
WEST MECKLENBURG HIGH 2457(Charlotte)
MILLBROOK HIGH 2417(Raleigh)
DAVID W BUTLER HIGH 2365(Matthews)
WEST CHARLOTTE HIGH 2324(Charlotte)

*****Top Ten Schools all either in the Mecklenburg County or Wake County Schools System.*****

Go to www.nchsaa.org for more and they will place you under a subdivision within MaxPreps.com……


  • 77 Hornet said,

    Looks like anything over 2000 would have to go 5A or build more schools and lower the attendance. Very few kids even make the team in schools this big, and the ones that do are much better than other schools since there’s more students to choose from.

  • kirk said,

    Had no idea some schools are that large. Bigger than many colleges.

  • kirk said,

    Had no idea some schools are that large. Bigger than many colleges. Lot of difference between size of schools in 4AA.

  • youpeoplewillsayanything said,

    it looks like NG is going to be 3-aa…east or west, that is the question…

    http://www.fantastic50.net/index.php?pr=ADM

  • tee tee said,

    I think one thing that we all should be grateful for is that we have many local programs in Guilford County (along with the private schools such as Greensboro Day) that have proven over and over that our teams can and do compete and win against any of the programs in the state. We are the 3rd largest county by population (about 475,000) but Wake (875,000) and Mecklenburg (900,000) are much larger (Forsyth is about 345,000 if you want to know). Thus for every 1 good player that we can produce, they can “by the #s” produce 2 good players. This is also one of the elements that always frustrated me about so many Guilford Co and Forsyth Co schools playing in conferences with schools from Caswell, Stokes, Davie, Yadkin or Randolph Co. There are more people living between me and the grocery than what some of these counties have total. Anyway I am happy to see a lot of our programs in the different sports looking for those tough out of conference match ups in football, soccer, basketball or whatever the sport. Just like I am a Carolina fan first but I will also pull for the ACC teams against out of conference teams. I also pull for the Guilford Co (or greater Triad) teams over teams from outside of Guilford Co or the general Triad. Now let’s go win some Championship !!!

  • Ad4deacs said,

    This playoff system is a money maker for the state but cost some schools a lot of $$. A few years ago when they went to the expanded playoff system there were 0-10 teams in the playoffs. They should have just made a 5a. How does a small school with a bad record benefit from travelling 200 miles and getting pounded by the number 1 seed? The travel expenses a far greater than eny money they could get from splitting the gate after the state takes their cut.