Classifications.
12/17/2018 1:35:04 PM
Coach
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Dean, In your best guess, what would the cut offs be in track if we use the no more than double from top to bottom, not including class 1? Can you also show what the projected cut off for this upcoming year to compare?
Dean,
In your best guess, what would the cut offs be in track if we use the no more than double from top to bottom, not including class 1?
Can you also show what the projected cut off for this upcoming year to compare?
12/18/2018 9:08:32 AM
Coach
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For this year, my guess is the bottom of Class 5 at 1055, Class 4 at 455, Class 3 at 237 and Class 2 at 131. If we go to the double effect, Class 5 will stay about the same, and the other class bottoms will rise accordingly.
For this year, my guess is the bottom of Class 5 at 1055, Class 4 at 455, Class 3 at 237 and Class 2 at 131. If we go to the double effect, Class 5 will stay about the same, and the other class bottoms will rise accordingly.
12/20/2018 10:23:20 AM
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@Hays St. Mary's is a single gender school. Therefore I thought Lutheran Sout was the class 4 smallest???
@Hays St. Mary's is a single gender school. Therefore I thought Lutheran Sout was the class 4 smallest???
12/20/2018 11:05:54 AM
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Will not claim my numbers are correct. TF, like CC, classes are determined by girls programs.
Will not claim my numbers are correct. TF, like CC, classes are determined by girls programs.

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