One man’s look at the forthcoming NCHSAA High School Basketball Playoffs:Projections and Pairings

Posted by Andy Durham on January 20, 2018 at 3:48 pm under High School | 3 Comments to Read

The look at the forthcoming high school basketball playoffs and they will be here before you know it, even though we are currently in a non-government high school basketball shutdown…

The look at how the high school basketball playoff pairings and projections could look, from J. Mike Blake, at the News and Observer, in Raleigh….

Boys Basketball Playoffs Look-in:CLICK HERE

Girls Basketball Playoffs Look-in:CLICK HERE

*****Fun project on a shutdown weekend….*****
+++++Again these projections coming in from J. Mike Blake, at the News and Observer, in Raleigh and these are posted as of January 16/17 and have been updated, as of January 18….+++++


  • Ragman said,

    How in the world do you have Grimsly, northwest and high point central in over Ragsdale? Ragsdale is #1 in the conference at this point in the 4a metro!!! Smh

  • Ragman said,

    How do you not have Ragsdale projected ahead of Grimsley,HP Cental, and Northwest when thru are currently sitting in first place in the conference, even over page at this time

  • Andy Durham said,

    Here’s what we have for the current Metro 4-A Conference Standings…..Ragsdale at the top at (2-0)…

                        *W-L(Conference/////(Overall)	
    Ragsdale	        2-0		9-9			
    Northwest Guilford	2-1		7-11	
    Page	                1-1		10-6	
    Grimsley	        1-1		9-8	
    High Point Central	0-3		6-10
    

    J. Michael Blake is projecting how he sees this thing ending up and the end of the conference season….Many others probably thought the same thing we the season got going, but Ragsdale is proving people wrong…If Ragsdale keeps it up, they could win the Metro….The long lay-off due to the weather will hurt Ragsdale some, because they had strong momentum coming out of their current three-game oveall winning streak….Devan Boykin has helped make Ragsdale a team to look out for in the Metro 4-A Conference…